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The Ho-Chunk Nation's Perspective on the Former Badger Army Ammunition Plant Lands
Presentation by Bill Quackenbush and Randy Poelma, with introductions by Curt Meine
Wednesday, March 8, at 7 p.m.
Join us for an exciting opportunity to learn about the Ho-Chunk Nation's view of the significance of the landscape to the north of us in the Badger/Sauk Prairie/Baraboo hills region. Cultural and historical aspects of the former Badger Army Ammunition Plant lands will be covered by Bill Quackenbush, the Ho-Chunk Nation's tribal Heritage Preservation Officer. Randy Poelma, the Ho-Chunk Nation's aquatic biologist, will discuss the Ho-Chunk Nation's land stewardship work on the Badger lands.
If you need accommodations to attend this program, please call 767-4905 two weeks in advance.
BLACK EARTH PUBLIC LIBRARY
1210 Mills St., Black Earth, WI 53515, 767-4905
A member of the South Central Library System
Les Liaisons Dangereuses - January 23
Amadeus - March 16
Saint Joan - April 17
Twelfth Night - May 8
McMillan Memorial Library
The National Theatre in London is dedicated to making the very best theatre and sharing it with as many people as possible. In fulfillment of its mission, it has launched a service to broadcast live and recorded performances to cinemas and other venues around the world. McMillan is one of the only three libraries internationally to participate in this program.
Each broadcast is filmed in front of a live theatre audience, with cameras carefully positioned throughout the auditorium to ensure that cinema audiences get the 'best seat in the house' view of each production. Due to the time zone difference and to best fit within the Library's schedule, showings at McMillan are delayed from the original broadcasts.
Presentations start at 7:00 pm and usually include an intermission. Admission is free. Seating in the theater may be limited. Doors will be open 45 minutes before show time. Visit mcmillanlibrary.org/national-theatre or call 715-422-5136 for more information.
The showings of Amadeus and Twelfth Night are sponsored by the Mead Witter Foundation. The other productions are sponsered by the McMillan Library Endowment Fund.
The Arpin Volunteer Fire Department is hosting some informational sessions to learn about the current and future needs of the fire department.
This is an opportunity for the residents of the Township and Village of Arpin Area to take a look at the fire station and the current equipment and talk with members.
More information, including dates and times, below.
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