We have a short list of great events in Northeast Wisconsin this March 2019, but we know event season is right around the corner! So is spring, and I could not be more excited.
When? March 7th – 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where? KI Convention Center – Green Bay
Alright Wisconsin people.. $30 and you can enjoy beer sampling, 50 different cheese samples and a cash bar. There is no better way to embrace our (hopefully) last few freezing cold weeks of the winter than by eating and drinking! Tickets for this event must be purchased in advance. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cheese-champion-tickets-54142100480
When? March 9th – 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where? Bridgewood – Neenah
Live bands are a no brainer if you’re looking for something fun to do with friends or a date night. There will be a silent auction prior to the band and the proceeds from this will benefit the Neenah Historical Society! The timeline for the evening looks like this:
6 PM – cash bar and hor d’oeuvres
7 PM – dinner buffet
8 PM – the Britins.
You can purchase regular tickets for $34.99 plus tax and gratuity, or if you’re feeling extra special this month, VIP tickets are offered for only $39.99 plus tax and gratuity.
Everybody’s Rummage Sale
When? March 9th – 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Where? Resch Center – Green Bay
Rummage Sale season is here! …. kind of. This is an indoor rummage sale where anyone and everyone is welcome. Join community members at the Resch Center in Green Bay as some shop and others sell (or both!) It costs $35 to sell at the rummage sale, which allows you to rent a 10’ x 10’ space. Once the event is over, items may be left at the Resch Center to be donated to St. Vincent.
If you are only looking to buy, admission is $4 a person or $2 if you bring in two non-perishable goods for The Giving Tree. You’ll also find free parking at Lambeau! Go on, get your spring cleaning done early this year and gather your goods to sell!
When? March 9, 10 AM to 5 PM & March 10, 9 AM to 4 PM
Where? KI Convention Center – Green Bay
Even the name of this event is fun! Here you will get to see art from 100 different artists from all over the Midwest. That in itself is an incredible opportunity, but besides just viewing their art, you will also have a chance to purchase their creations to support them. There will be several types of artists demonstrations and various creative art and music activities for children to participate hands-on. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at Festival Foods in Green Bay for $7, or $10 at the door. FREE weekend parking at the Main Street Ramp.
Food Sensitivity Open House
When? March 12 – 5 PM to 6 PM
Where? Synergy Sports Performance – Hobart
Ever think that something you eat fairly often, that is known to be healthy, could actually be the cause of your bloating? Inability to lose weight? Join Nutritional Healing at their office inside of Synergy Sports Performance for a FREE informative conversation about foods that may be making you sick without you even knowing! Call 920-358-5764 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot at this free informational event!
Paper Night Out
When? March 13 – 6 PM to 8 PM
Where? Paper Discovery Center – Appleton
The Paper Discovery Center is looking into starting a fun new event. This first round of “Paper Night Out” will be free and have a limit of 30 people. You will be provided with paper crafting activities, fun, appetizers and even better, wine! In order to participate you must register and at the end, give your imput on the event. Go on, you have nothing to lose!
Cuisine for a Cause
When? March 15 – Begins at 5 PM
Where? Red Lion Paper Valley Hotel – Appleton
Food for a good cause. I don’t know about you, but I was sold after those few short words. This is the 7th annual Food for a Cause event to support Rebuilding Together Fox Valley. Cocktail attire is recommended for this extravagant event. Four chefs from some of Appleton’s best restaurants, will make you four
courses and each course is two different dishes! You will get the opportunity taste all of them and then vote for best one. – Tickets for this event start at $100.
12th Annual Shamrock Shuffle
When? March 16th – 10AM – NOON
Where? UW Oshkosh
Who doesn’t love running? Join an awesome crowd for the Shamrock Shuffle 5k to benefit the Oshkosh Area United Way, the UWO PD K9 unit, and the Student Rec & Wellness Scholarship fund. Register alone or as a team here.
Sinfonia Saves the Day : A Concert Saluting Superheroes
When? March 16 – 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Where? UW Fox Valley – Menasha
This sounds like an event you don’t want to miss – especially if you’re a music lover! This unique event will feature 61 local people playing an instrument… these people have only had FIVE lessons with the instrument and FOUR group rehearsals. This is a must-hear event that will benefit the Fox Valley Symphony. Tickets are $30.
When? March 23 – 1 PM to 3 PM
Where? Heckrodt Wetland Preserve – Menasha
Within the next few weeks, we will start seeing our multi legged friends come out of the woodwork as the weather warms up. Join the Heckrodt community to learn about why native bugs are so essential for a healthy ecosystem in your backyard, and then build your own “Pollinator Hotel”!
Maple Syrup Saturday
When? March 23 – 8:30 AM to 12 PM
Where? Bubolz Nature Preserve – Appleton
Enjoy a Pancake and Porkie Breakfast followed by a hike to the Sugarbush and a guide through the Maple Syrup making process – finish off your morning with ice cream topped with maple syrup! This is an awesome event for both kids and adults. Tasty and
educational! Tickets cost $9 per adult, $6 for children ages 4-12, and FREE for kids 3 & under. You’ll be amazed at how this sweet and sticky breakfast delight comes to fruition!
As we said, the list of events in March is short, but the one’s we found we thought were pretty solid! If we missed any or you know of some great events in April or May, let us know! If you go to one of these events, send us a good picture, and we’ll post it on our Instagram! Don’t worry, this summer is going to be packed with awesome events, and we’ll make sure you see the best ones.