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January 23rd, 2018
Helping Youth Get to College: Small Savings=Big Dreams for Young Children
Where: Loyal City Hall
When: 10am
Info: “Helping Youth Get to College.” New research on college savings accounts for young children suggests that children are four times more likely to enroll in college and about five times more likely to graduate from college than a child with no savings account. These enrollment and graduation rates were found even in families with less than $500 saved for their child’s future education.

Clark County Association for Home and Community Education will present, “Helping Youth Get to College: Small Savings = Big Dreams for Young Children on January 23, 10:00 a.m., at Loyal City Hall.

In this educational program, participants will learn about the importance of starting early to save for college, the impact that a savings program has on a young person’s identity, different saving vehicles that are available, and how HCE club members can help with their college scholarship program.

The Clark County Association for Home and Community Education is affiliated with the Wisconsin Association for Home and Community Education (WAHCE), a non-profit educational organization with members in 52 Wisconsin counties.

For more information on Clark County Association for Home and Community Education, or “Helping Youth Get to College,” contact Nancy Vance, Family Living Educator, at Clark County UW-Extension (715-743-5121).

January 23rd, 2018
Pesticide Applicator Certification Session
Where: Jackson County UW-Extension Office
When: 10am
Info: The training begins at 10 a.m. until noon, with the open-book exam to follow.

The training fee of $30.00 includes materials, certification with the WI Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection. Reservations are required and space is limited.

Contact the Jackson County UW-Extension with questions or reservations (715) 284-4257.

January 23rd, 2018
Colby Cottages Open House and Tour
Where: Colby
When: 11am-2pm
Info: Light refreshments will be provided. They hope to see you there!

For details, contact them at 1-877-377-1434 or rentals@capmall.org.

January 23rd, 2018
Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

January 23rd, 2018
Loyal Red Hats Meeting
Where: Loyal City Hall
When: 1pm
Info: Call Lois Becker at 715-255-8307 or Joanne Trunkel at 715-267-7264 for information.

January 23rd, 2018
Tech Tuesday with Cell-Plus
Where: Black River Falls Public Library
When: 5:30pm
Info: 715-284-4112

January 23rd, 2018
Ho Chunk Nation's Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Community Building
Where: Black River Falls
When: 5pm

January 23rd, 2018
Free Community Meal for Everyone
Where: St. John's Lutheran Chruch, Highway 13-Spencer
When: 5pm-6pm
Info: Anyone who would like to share a hot meal and fellowship is welcome.

January 23rd, 2018
Breastfeeding Class
Where: 6pm-8pm
When: 6pm-8pm
Info: This is an in-depth look at the benefits and management of breastfeeding for stay-at-home and working moms. Moms and their partners welcome.

Free. Pre-registration is required. Call 715-748-8156.

January 23rd, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 3 Supervision & Management: Dance of the Porcupines
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Conflict Management

Cost is $55, register online

January 23rd, 2018
Community Memory Cafe
Where: Taylor County Multipurpose Room, Medford
When: 9:30am-11am
Info: This is a social gather place for person with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early Alzheimer's or other dementia and their family and friends.

Call 715-748-8875 for more information, free.

January 23rd, 2018
Honoring Choices: Advance Care Planning
Where: Aspirus Hospital, Medford
When: Noon-3pm
Info: Schedule a 45-minute appointment with a trained representative who will help you assess your health care values and goals, consider possible future that enables you to appoint someone to make your health care decisions in the event that you become unable to make decisions for yourself.

Free. Call 715-748-8875 to register.

January 24th, 2018
Cultivating Your Farm Business's Future
Where: Jackson Electric Cooperative Community Room, Black River Falls
When: 10:45am-3:30pm
Info: Jackson County UW-Extension and the UW Center for Dairy Profitability will host "Cultivating Your Farm Business's Future" meeting.

A strong advantage of management partnerships is the opportunity to bring new skills to the business. Farmers may find this essential when considering new markets and/or marketing strategies. A farmer panel portion of the meeting will provide information on industrial hemp production, and examples of direct marketing opportunities of farm products.

There is no registration fee for this meeting. However, space is limited and pre-registration is strongly recommended for lunch count. For more information or to register, contact the Jackson County UW-Extension office (715) 284-4257.

January 24th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Wausau NTC Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

January 24th, 2018
Responding to Active Threat in the Workplace
Where: CVTC, Neillsville Campus
When: 1pm-4pm
Info: Cost is $29, register online.

January 24th, 2018
VIP Night
Where: Reflections on Water
When: 4pm-7pm
Info: $35 in advance $40 at the door. If you pay in advance your name will be put into a drawing!

We will have Henna, Chair Massage, Shake, Tan, Foot Soak and Dip! Along with a make-and-take essential oil roller bottle.

January 24th, 2018
Biggest Loser Cycling
Where: Lunda Community Center
When: 6pm-6:45pm
Info: Free!

January 25th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

January 25th, 2018
Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

January 25th, 2018
New Team Celebration
Where: Northern Highland Financial Associates, Medford
When: 4pm-7pm

January 25th, 2018
Informational Session on Operation of Wisconsin's Court System
Where: Marathon County Public Library, Spencer Branch
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Info: Public is welcome!

January 25th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

January 25th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Forklift Safety
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

January 25th, 2018
Clark County Humane Society Pet Photo Contest Deadline
Where: Clark County Humane Society, Neillsville
When: All Day
Info: Clark County Humane Society is excited to announce our annual Pet Photo Contest! Entries are being accepted during the month of January with the chance to win great prizes! Photos may be entered in four categories: Best Cat Picture, Best Dog Picture, Best Comedy (funniest), and Look What I Can Do! (a special trick or ability of your pet). A $50.00 prize will be award to the 1st place winner in each category.

Photos must be received (or postmarked) by January 25th. There is a $5.00 entry fee for each photo, but there is no limit on the of number photos you can enter. Photos may be color or black and white. Photos may be of any pet and must have been taken by you. Any size may be submitted up to 5 X 7”. Be sure to include the pet’s name and your contact information on the back of the photo. Please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you wish to have the photo returned. Photos will be judged on photo quality, content, and overall theme.

Entries may be dropped off at CCHS, Paws & Claws Adoption Center (in the Marshfield Mall), or CC Resale, mailed to CCHS, PO Box 127, Neillsville, WI, 54456, or emailed to petshelter@gmail.com. Don’t forget to specify the categories you are entering. Complete details and guidelines are available on the Shelter’s website, www.cchs-petshelter.org. Winners will be announced on January 31st. Winning photos will be published on the Shelter’s Faceboook page and website.

Don’t miss this chance to share your best photos of your great pets and win some cash! Send your favorite photos in right away!

January 26th, 2018
37th Annual Loyal FFA Alumni Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
Info: For info or to sign up, contact Mark Gregorich 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

January 26th, 2018
12th Annual Sons of the American Legion Neillsville Gun Show
Where: Neillsville American Legion
When: 3pm-8pm
Info: Gun raffle at the show! Admission is $5, good for both days!

January 26th, 2018
Mug Making
Where: Neillsville Public Library
When: All Day
Info: Use sublimation printing to place a design on your coffee mug. Sign up in the library.

January 27th, 2018
37th Annual Loyal FFA Alumni Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
Info: For info or to sign up, contact Mark Gregorich 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

January 27th, 2018
Spencer Swamp Stompers Snowmobile Club's 21st Annual Antique Snowmobile Show and Jalopy Ride
Where: Spencer
When: 10am

January 27th, 2018
12th Annual Sons of the American Legion Neillsville Gun Show
Where: Neillsville American Legion
When: 8am-4pm
Info: Gun raffle at the show! Admission is $5, good for both days!

January 28th, 2018
37th Annual Loyal FFA Alumni Bowling Tournament
Where: Strike Time Lanes, Neillsville
Info: For info or to sign up, contact Mark Gregorich 715-255-8807 or 715-316-3570.

January 28th, 2018
The Highground's Winter Bowl Fundraiser
Where: Marshfield

January 28th, 2018
Boy Scout's Chili Dinner and Pinewood Derby Race
Where: Neillsville Elementary Gym
When: 12:30pm
Info: The dinner will start at 12:30 followed by the Annual Pinewood Derby Race.

Cost is $5.00 for all you can eat. Entrance by the 5th street Board Office. Questions Judy 715-743-2885.

January 29th, 2018
Marshfield Public Library Book Club
Where: Marshfield Public Library
When: 6:30pm
Info: Sign up to be a part of the club at the library!

January 29th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This basic course will cover safety as it relates to robotic programming and operation.

Cost is $175 per course.

January 29th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, GMAW Short Circuit Transfer
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Participants practice short circuit transfer on sheet metal in horizontal and vertical positions.

Cost is $175 per course.

January 29th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Machine Tool Operations Safety Training
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Ensures the understanding of safe personal behavior and safe operation of machine shop equipment.

Cost is $175 per class.

January 29th, 2018
Pellet Gun Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

January 29th, 2018
Adult Coloring
Where: Neillsville Public Library
When: All Day
Info: New coloring books to be explored!

January 30th, 2018
Industrial Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

January 31st, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Wausau NTC Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

February 1st, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

February 1st, 2018
Industrial Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

February 1st, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

February 1st, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Forklift Safety
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

February 2nd, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merillan
When: 5pm-10pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296

February 3rd, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 3rd, 2018
Indianhead Sheep and Goat Breeders Association Small Ruminant Clinic
Where: Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, Rice Lake
When: 8am
Info: Indianhead Sheep and Goat Breeders Association Small Ruminant Clinic, formally the Indianhead Sheep Breeders Association ”Shepherds Clinic” will be held Saturday, February 3, 2018 at the Conference Center in the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, 1900 College Drive, Rice Lake, WI 54868. The ”Small Ruminant” Clinic will begin at 8:45 a.m. with a welcome, and our featured speakers will begin at 9:00 a.m. Registration opens at 8:00 a.m.

This 24th annual clinic continues to be one of the largest educational events of the winter for sheep and now including goat producers and 4-H and FFA youth in the Upper Midwest. The 2018 Small Ruminant Clinic program “Successfully Managing Small Ruminants” with keynote speakers Dr. Dan Morrical, retired Sheep Extension Specialist from Iowa State University and Dr. Cindy Wolf, DVM and Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota will focus on Using Technologies to Increase Production, Reducing Newborn Mortality Rates, Tubing Newborns & an Autopsy, Basic Nutrition, Micro Minerals, Ration Balancing, VFD, Crossbreeding, Parasite and Coccidia Control. Other guest speakers will address the topics of Ventilation Principles and New Systems, a USDA Wildlife Specialist will discuss their Agency, Predation and Livestock Guard Animals.

The youth will have a day filled with Intro to Sheep & Goats: Meat & Dairy, How to Feed Small Ruminants show animals, as well as a Fitting and Showing your Project Animal session. A Skillathon will test what the youth have learned throughout the day. The youth clinic will qualify for any educational requirements that your counties may require to show.

To pull up a registration form online, visit http://barron.uwex.edu/ and mail to Barron County UW-Extension, 335 Monroe Ave. Room 2206, Barron, WI 54812, any questions Duane Klindworth, Clinic Chair @ 715-471-0403. You can also pull up the registration form and view the clinic schedule on the ISGBA Facebook page or www. Indianheadsheepandgoat.org. The registration fee to attend the Small Ruminant Clinic is $40 per person for ISGBA members and $50 per person non-members. 4-H and FFA and other youth pay only $15 per person for the clinic. The registration fee covers the program costs, and the noon meal. Preregistration deadline is January 26, 2018. Late registrations cost an additional $10 for adults and $5 for youth.

February 3rd, 2018
2018 Women and Balance
Where: St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Curtiss
When: 9am-1pm
Info: Lunch included. Just 10 per person.

Complete and mail a registration form and check or email stpaulscurtiss@gmail.com and pay at the door.

February 4th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 4th, 2018
Central Wisconsin FFA Farm Toy Show
Where: Marshfield Senior High School
When: 9am-3pm
Info: Buy, sell or trade farm toys. Farm toy displays and crafts. Kids pedal pull at noon.

Contact Mark Vornholt at 715-743-7152 for additional information.

February 5th, 2018
Retire Wisely Financial Education Workshop
Where: Abbotsford City Hall
When: 6pm-7pm

February 5th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, GMAW Spray Transfer
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: In this hands on course, participants practice spray transfer on steel plate in the horizontal potion.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 5th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, CNC Setup Procedures for Machining Centers
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Will demonstrate CNC setup procedures.

Cost is $175 per class.

February 5th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Robotic Welding Programming A
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: After programming fundamentals are acquired, learners will apply this knowledge in multiple welding scenarios.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 6th, 2018
Industrial Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

February 6th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Hazcom
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-10am
Info: Cost is $50, register online

February 6th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 3 Supervision & Management: Coaching & Mentorship-There is a Difference!
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Coaching & Mentoring

Cost is $55, register online

February 7th, 2018
Social Security Financial Education Workshop
Where: Abbotsford City Hall
When: 6pm-7pm

February 7th, 2018
Putting Customers First
Where: Wausau, Spencer, Medford, Antigo and Phillips NTC Campuses
When: 8am-12pm
Info: This seminar helps you put your customers first to strengthen customer loyalty, reduce turnover and increase long term sales.

February 8th, 2018
Industrial Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

February 8th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

February 8th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Respirator Fit Testing
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $115, register online

February 9th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Fire Extinguisher Safety
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 12pm-1pm
Info: Cost is $25, register online

February 9th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 5pm-10pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 10th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 11th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 11th, 2018
Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 2pm
Info: In this spectacular performance, songs, balalaika music and folk ballet are all equally represented in authentic Russian Style, language and customs.

Reserved seating is $27.

February 12th, 2018
2018 CAFO Meeting
Where: Marshfield Agricultural Research Station
When: 11:30am-3:30pm
Info: An update meeting for WPDES permitted CAFO, or farms approaching 1,000 animal units, will be held at the Marshfield Agriculture Research Station on February 12, 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Cost is $35.00 (if received before February 9) or $45 (if received after February 9). Price includes lunch and materials.

The goal of this meeting is to bring together farm owners/operators, agency personnel, agriculture professionals, and educators to improve nutrient management plan implementation, communication between plan writers, permit holders, and WDNR. Additional information will be provided during the sessions on regulations that will impact large farming operations.

Session at a glance:

11:30: Registration

11:40: Lunch

11:45: MRTN Guidelines in Central WI

12:30: DNR Update

1:10: Spill Response: Roles and Responsibilities

1:30: NMP Update: Manure Hauling Audit Review & Manure Distribution

2:20: Submission of forms/reports via Sharepoint: Review the process

2:50: 180-Day Storage Calculations Review

3:15: DNR Panel

Pre-registration is required and information can be found at http://clark.uwex.edu or you can contact the Clark County Clark UW-Extension Office at 715-743-5121 / shawn.ganther@co.clark.wi.us.

February 12th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, GMAW Pulsed Transfer Steel
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Participants practice pulsed spray transfer on plate and sheet in the horizontal and vertical positions.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 12th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, Robotic Welding Programming B
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course allows the learner to apply their skills on common joints, using fixtures.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 12th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, CNC Setup Procedures Turning Center
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course will demonstrate CNC setup procedures.

Cost is $175 per class.

February 13th, 2018
Industrial Machine Controls Training
Where: WTC, Independence Location
When: 12pm-4pm
Info: 40 hour Training program to include: Troubleshooting, Common Control Devices, Switches, Relays, 3 Phase Motors, Motor Starters, VFDs, Basic Electrical Principles Review. and Electrical Symbols & Diagrams.

$1625 per person Textbook included (value $195) *** Basic Computer Skills Required

For more information or to register, please call 608.785.9232

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce, The WTC Welcome Center or call 608-785-9553. Welcome Center Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

February 13th, 2018
Microsoft Office Excel Basic Level 1
Where: CVTC, Neillsville Campus
When: 8:30am-3:30pm
Info: Cost is $124, register online.

February 13th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: OSHA Record Keeping
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

February 14th, 2018
Free Vein Screening Day
Where: Marshfield Clinic
When: 8am-Noon
Info: Do you have bulging or discolored veins in your legs, just below the surface of the skin? They may be varicose or spider veins, which can be painful, uncomfortable or perhaps you simply don’t like the way they look.

The good news? Treatments are available. The first step is a screening, which is why Marshfield Clinic, 1000 N. Oak, Ave., Marshfield, on Feb. 14 will host a Vein Screening Day. Up to 48 people, ages 25 and older, can be accommodated for vein screenings between 8 a.m. and noon in the Clinic’s Vascular Laboratory Department.

The screening will consist of an abbreviated vein-screening test. The free screening will take about 15 minutes and uses simple, non-invasive ultrasound techniques. Appointments are necessary. To make an appointment call 715-387-5554 or 800-782-8581 ext. 7-5554. Walk-in appointments are not accepted.

While rarely considered a serious health concern, varicose and spider veins can cause a variety of medical problems. These include aching, throbbing, swelling, sores or rashes, bleeding, thickening of the skin, and enough discomfort to interfere with your daily activities. The veins can become ulcerous, which is a condition for which you should always seek prompt treatment.

Some ways to reduce the risk of getting varicose and spider veins is the following:

• Exercise and stay active.

• Avoid standing or sitting for long periods of time.

• Maintain a healthy weight; do not be overweight.

Some treatment options for varicose and spider veins include injections, laser and vein removal.

“By participating in the Vein Screening Day, people can quickly learn if they would benefit from office treatments, which can rid them of painful and unsightly varicose veins,” said Dr. Douglas Wirthlin, a Marshfield Clinic vascular surgeon.

February 14th, 2018
Women in Agriculture Conference
Where: Belvedere Supper Club, Marshfield
When: 9:30am-3:30pm
Info: The North-Central Heart of the Farm -Women in Agriculture Conference will be held at the Belvedere Supper Club, M329 St. Hwy 97, Marshfield, WI on February 14, 2018 from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.

The Heart of the Farm – Women in Agriculture Conference series is a UW-Extension program that is committed to addressing the needs of farmwomen by providing education on farm business topics, connecting them with agricultural resources and creating support networks.

Topics presented at this conference include:

Developing Your Goals for Farm Succession during which participants will work through the process of formulating farm successions goals before vising an attorney.

Working with and Attorney on Farm Succession when attendees will hear an attorney’s perspective estate and succession planning needs. Taking Care of You, during which participants will increase their knowledge of healthy strategies and skills to manage their stress levels.

Starting Your Own Business, learn tips from area farmwomen regarding what it takes to start a home-based business.

Registration deadline with payment is February 7, 2018. Registration of for the workshop is $25 per person (includes materials, lunch, snacks and chair massage) on or before February 7. Registration costs $35 per person after February 7. Registrations are non-refundable, except with prior authorization of the planning committee.

To register, obtain a brochure, or for more information, contact UW-Extension Wood County, 715-421-8440. Online registration is available at the UW-Extension Wood County website, https://wood.uwex.edu UW-Extension Clark, Marathon, Taylor and Wood Counties are hosting The North-Central Heart of the Farm with financial support from the UW-Center for Dairy Profitability, Ruder Ware, AgCountry Farm Credit Services, and Wisconsin and Marathon County Farm Bureau.

For more information on the Heart of the Farm Program, contact Jenny Vanderlin, jmvander@wisc.edu, 608-263-7795, http://fyi.uwex.edu/heartofthefarm/

February 15th, 2018
After Hours Readers Apps & Silent Auction
Where: Neillsville Public Library
When: 5:30pm
Info: Adults 18 and older are invited after the library closes for the day to enjoy food from a local business and get first dibs on the library's new material! No holds, no wait lists!

Attendees will get last dibs on the library's silent auction with funds going to inviting author William Ken Krueger to the library.

This is a free event, but you must sign up in the library! Items for auction listed on the library's website and Facebook page. The silent auction begins February 8th.

February 15th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Spencer NTC Campus
When: 7pm-9pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

February 15th, 2018
NTC's OSHA Safety Training: Hazmat Awareness
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 8am-4:30pm
Info: Cost is $205, register online

February 16th, 2018
2018 Winter Carnival Princess Application Dedline
Where:
Info: Eligibility: Current Neillsville Middle School student in grades 6-8.

$15 entry fee, informational meeting February 16th at 5:30pm at BMO Harris Bank, must participate in interview, must participate in pageant and attend various Winter Carnival activities.

Applications mailed to 1107 Emery Street, Neillsville, WI 54456. Completed applications emailed to missneillsvillecourt@gmail.com

Any questions, contact Michelle Friemoth at 715-937-2868.

February 16th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 5pm-10pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 17th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 17th, 2018
Clark County Youth Hockey Steak Feed
Where: Neillsville American Legion
When: 5pm-8pm
Info: Ticket includes steak, potato, fixings and dessert bar.

Advanced tickets $15 or at the door for $18. Take-out orders available! Call 715-743-3859.

All proceeds go to support Clark County Youth Hockey, Inc. We have been serving the communities of Greenwood, Loyal, Granton and Neillsville for 20 years. The youth skaters thank you for your support!

February 17th, 2018
Colby Cub Scouts Pack 383's Panckae Breakfast & Fundraiser
Where: Colby Lions Shelter
When: 8am-1pm
Info: Children 5 and under are free, children 6-12 are $3 and teen and adults 13 and older are $7.

Silent auction and bake sale! Fun for the entire family!

Questions, please call Kyle, the cubmaster, at 715-965-1354.

February 18th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 19th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

February 19th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Good Practices-Knee Mill Operations
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3p
Info: This course will demonstrate good practices for setting up and operations of manual knee milling machines.

Cost is $175 per class.

February 19th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, Robotic Welding Programming C
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course allows the learner to apply their skills on common joints using fixtures.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 19th, 2018
NTC Fustion Welding Courses, GMAW Pulsed Transfer-Aluminum
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Participants practice GMAW on aluminum in the horizontal and vertical positions.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 19th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

February 20th, 2018
Business Essential Series, Series 3 Supervision & Management: What's in it for Them?
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Engaging & Motivating Different Generations

Cost is $55, register online

February 21st, 2018
Chamber Business After 5
Where: Family Health Center/Neillsville Dental Center
When: 5pm-7pm

February 21st, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

February 21st, 2018
Business Marketing Kaffe Klatsch
Where: The Thirsty Bookworm, Neillsville
When: 8am-9am

February 22nd, 2018
Retire Wisely Financial Education Workshop
Where: Medford Public Library
When: 6pm-7pm

February 22nd, 2018
Miss Winter Carnival pageant
Where: Neillsville American Legion
When: 7pm

February 23rd, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Fire Extinguisher Safety
Where: NTC's Merrill Campus
When: 12pm-1pm
Info: Cost is $25, register online

February 23rd, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 5pm-10pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 23rd, 2018
Neillsville Winter Carnival, Talent & Variety Show
Where: Neillsville High School Auditorium
When: 6:30pm

February 24th, 2018
Friends of The Highground Dinner
Where:

February 24th, 2018
Honor Flight Shoot
Where: Neillsville Gun Club
Info: Goal: Send a vet to Washington D.C.

50 bird shoot-Lewis Class, Chinese Raffles, all food sales donated to honor flight. Neillsville Gun Club donation to honor flight.

Everyone welcome! Come out and see us! $2 beer!

February 24th, 2018
Eternal Harvest: Laos and the Legacy of Explosive War Remnants
Where: Neillsville Public Library
When: 10am
Info: The Vietnam War ended over 40 years ago, but that distant conflict still impacts the lives of millions of people in both Asia and America. In 2006, Jim and Marty Harris founded the nonprofit organization "We Help War Victims, Inc." to assist refugee families in America and victims of war still living in Southeast Asia.

For the past twelve years, Jim has led a team of skilled technicians who advance rural development projects by clearing Lao villages of landmines, cluster bombs and other ordnance left from the Vietnam War. Since the war ended, more than 20,000 Lao citizens have been killed or injured by old exploded ordnance; millions live in fear of an accident.

Jim Harris is a retired school administrator and his wife, Marty, is a retired classroom teacher. Their nonprofit organization, run from their farm in Mosinee, staffed entirely by volunteers, supports families in Laos by providing books, medical supplies and surgery for children with birth defects and prosthetics for amputees.

There will be an interactive display of artifacts from his work in Laos as well as photos and video illustrating his talk.

February 24th, 2018
2018 Neillsville Winter Carnival, Hisoric Neillsville Picture Day
Where: Clark County Jail Museum
When: 10am-3pm

February 24th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 24th, 2018
St. John's Children's Carnival and Cake Walk
Where: St. John's Lutheran Church, Neillsville
When: 1pm-3pm
Info: Admission is $5 per child, adults free. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Many fun activities and concession available.

February 24th, 2018
Neillsville Winter Carnival
Where: Various
When: All Day
Info: Events include a vendor show, co-ed volleyball, women's pool tourney, historic Neillsville picture day, money shoot, polar bear plunge, chess tourney, 9 pin tap bowling tourney, dart tourney, dirty clubs card tourney, cribbage.

February 24th, 2018
Neillsville Rotary Club's Polar Bear Plunge
Where: Listeman Pond, Neillsville
When: Noon-2pm
Info: In conjunction with Neillsville’s Winter Carnival, the Neillsville Rotary club is again sponsoring a Polar Bear Plunge.

The plunge will take place from Noon-2:00PM, on Saturday, February 24, 2018 on the Listeman pond. (North side, city trout pond @ N. 14th & Lloyd Street ).

This is a chance for your group to raise funds for your cause and let our club members do most of the work. Over the past fifteen years, this event has helped LOCAL non-profit groups raise over $100,000!

We are seeking local clubs, school service clubs and sports teams, church groups, and non-profit groups, who want to participate and raise funds for their group! We also welcome Company teams who want to raise money for their favorite charity.

Plungers will receive a Polar Bear Plunge T shirt. Participants support the event by soliciting pledges from family, friends and neighbors. We guarantee a minimum of 85% percent of the money raised by your club/group, to be RETURNED to your organization (Actual payback varies from year to year and may be more than 85%). Rotary retains a small portion to help us pay for shirts , prizes & promotions .

For questions please call me at 715-743-3211. Or email me at bnfbob@juno.com. We can send you a complete package of forms You can aso check us out on Rotary Club of Neillsville on Facebook. Register early, so you can start taking pledges now!

February 25th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 25th, 2018
Winter Carnival Dodge Ball Tournament
Where: Neillsville Field House
When: 11:30am
Info: Entry fee is $1 per person. Two age categories, 13 & older and 12 & under. Concessions available

February 25th, 2018
Marshfield Area Pet Shelter's Annual Fundraising Breakfast
Where: Holiday Inn, Marshfield
When: 8am-11:30am
Info: Marshfield Area Pet Shelter will host its 7th annual breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, February 25th from 8:00am-11:30am at Holiday Inn (750 S Central Ave)!

We hope you can join us for an all-you-care-to-eat buffet featuring scrambled eggs, ham, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, breakfast potatoes, applesauce, cinnamon rolls, orange juice, milk, & coffee. There will also be raffle baskets and other fun opportunities to help local animals! Last year’s record-breaking breakfast served more than 1,000 guests and raised more than $12,000 to support MAPS’ mission.

Tickets are sold at the door: Adults: $8.00 Children ages 4-11: $4.50 Under 4: FREE

Thank you to our sponsors: Thrivent Financial, Catholic Financial Life, and Bushman Dairy

This event helps support the day-to-day operating costs for our animals at both locations.

Marshfield Area Pet Shelter is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer-based organization actively engaged in raising funds to build a humane shelter for the greater Marshfield area. MAPS is currently operating in a temporary home on West 29th Street in the former airport terminal building and at an Adoption Center within Marshfield Mall. For more information, please visit www.MarshfieldPetShelter.org or call 715-486-5140.

February 25th, 2018
Neillsville Winter Carnival
Where: Various
When: All Day
Info: Events include pancake breakfast, men's pool tourney, dodge ball tourney, youth 9 pin tap bowling tourney, sheepshead car tourney, free family swim.

February 26th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 26th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

February 26th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Course, Interpreting Prints
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course provides an overview of print format with emphasis on orthographic views.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 26th, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, Bending Basics
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This basic course provides on overview of industrial press brake operations.

Cost is $175 per course.

February 26th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Good Practices-Manual Lathes Operations
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course will demonstrate good practices for setting up and operations of manual turning machines.

Cost is $175 per class.

February 26th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

February 27th, 2018
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area
Where: Merrillan
When: 10am-4pm
Info: Call for snow conditions, 715-743-2296.

February 27th, 2018
Social Security Financial Education Workshop
Where: Medford Public Library
When: 6pm-7pm

February 28th, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

February 28th, 2018
Marshfield Square Dance Club's "New Dancer, Free Instructions Wednesdays"
Where: Lincoln Town Hall, Marshfield
When: 7:30pm-9:30pm
Info: Casual dress, no partners are required and families are welcome.

Come to the Lincoln Town Hall, 10905 Falcon Rd, Marshfield.

Contact 715-659-4692 or email marshfieldhoedowners@gmail.com with questions!

February 28th, 2018
Pellet Gun Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it. The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

February 28th, 2018
Dealing with Difficult People
Where: CVTC, Neillsville Campus
When: 9am-12pm
Info: Cost is $49, register online.

March 1st, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Wood County Courthouse
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

March 5th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 5th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses,
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course will demonstrate offhand drill bit sharpening procedures.

Cost is $175 per class.

March 5th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Welding Symbols
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course covers fillet, groove, plug and slot and projection weld symbols.

Cost is $175 per course.

March 5th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 6th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 4 Productivity: Step by Step and Make it Happen
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Project Management

Cost is $55, register online

March 7th, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

March 7th, 2018
Marshfield Square Dance Club's "New Dancer, Free Instruction Wednesdays"
Where: Lincoln Town Hall, Marshfield
When: 7:30pm-9:30pm
Info: Casual dress, no partners are required and families are welcome.

Come to the Lincoln Town Hall, 10905 Falcon Rd, Marshfield.

Contact 715-659-4692 or email marshfieldhoedowners@gmail.com with questions!

March 8th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Wood County Courthouse
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

March 9th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Fire Extinguisher Safety
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 12pm-1pm
Info: Cost is $25, register online

March 10th, 2018
70th Annual Thorp Fireman's Ball
Where: Cindy's Banquet Hall

March 11th, 2018
American Legion Smelt Feed
Where: Thorp American Legion Hall

March 11th, 2018
13th Annual Tea at Tufts'
Where: Tufts' Mansion, Neillsville
When: Noon
Info: The theme is “English Country Garden Tea at Tufts”.

They are currently looking for people (individuals or groups) to decorate and set tables. If you would be interested in decorating a table for this event, please contact Lori at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5122 / lori.hendrickson@co.clark.wi.us). Seven tables will be decorated and set for tea. Tables will be judged prior to the tea on Sunday and prizes will be awarded.

Reservations for the English Garden Tea at Tufts will be accepted starting February 1, 2018 and the cost will be $25.00 per person and includes a three course luncheon of sandwiches, scones, sweets, and of course, teas. Also included is a tour Tuft’s Mansion at 12:30 p.m. Seating will start at 1:00 p.m. and lunch will start at 1:15 p.m. Come and experience an elegant tea complete with good conversation, wonderful company and auction items.

The Tea at Tufts’ event is the major fundraiser for the “Parenting the First Year” newsletter which is distributed monthly to new parents and parents of young children in Clark County. This research based UW-Extension newsletter has been distributed for 26 years and is revised by University staff and specialists on a regular basis. The newsletters give parents and caregivers the most up-to-date information on child development and child related topics.

For more information on the Tea at Tufts event or to make a donation to the “Parenting the First Year” newsletter, call the UW-Extension office at 715-743-5121.

March 12th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 12th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 12th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, GDT
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This short course covers the principles and nomenclature of GDT, with an emphasis on form, orientation and location tolerances.

March 12th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Laser Fundamentals
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This basic course provides an overview of industrial laser operations.

Cost is $175 per course.

March 13th, 2018
The Highground's Porch Greeter Luncheon
Where:

March 13th, 2018
Nutrient Management Plan Writing Training
Where: Wood County Courthouse
When: 10am-3pm
Info: The Clark, Taylor, Marathon, and Wood County Land Conservation Department, in conjunctions with UW-Extension and North Central Technical College, will provide training for farmers who would like to become qualified to write a nutrient management plan (NMP) for their own farms.

The training is for farmers or land owners writing their initial plan or to requalify a prior train qualified NMP writer.

The complete course will requires 12 hours of training to be a qualified to write a NMP for their farm, to requalify 6 hours of training is required to continue as a qualified farmer NMP writer.

Contact NTC at 715-803-1230 or 888-682-7144 or email ce@ntc.edu or Richard Halopka, UW-Extension Clark County Crops & Soils Agent 715-743-5121 with questions. To register; by phone 715-675-3331 then press 1 or online www.ntc.edu/ce/ag_sustainability.

March 14th, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

March 15th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Fall, Caught-In or Between, Struck-By, Electrocution Hazards. Cost is $100, register online.

March 17th, 2018
The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass
Where: LuCille Tack Cener for the Arts, Spencer
When: 7:30pm
Info: Virtuosity. Quality. Charisma. Led by Curtis Institute of Music alum Rodney Marsalis, the ensemble is composed of some of America's top male and female brass musicians.

Reserved seating is $35.

March 19th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 19th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Metrology in the Machine Shop
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course will demonstrate procedures of the use of common measurement tools used in the machine shop.

Cost is $175 per class.

March 19th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Laser Cut Quality
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course covers the effects of laser cutting and etching parameters on part quality.

Cost is $175 per course.

March 19th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Precision Measuring
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Participants use tools including tape measures, calipers and micrometers to verify conformance of parts and assemblies to print specifications.

Cost is $175 per class.

March 19th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 20th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 4 Productivity: You Want it When?
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Time Management

Cost is $55, register online

March 21st, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Spencer Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

March 26th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 5:30pm-7pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This early time for the archery class is for ages 8-12 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 26th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, FANUC Wire Electric Discharge Machine Set Up and Maintenance Procedures
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course details wire EDM setup procedures.

Cost is $175 per class.

March 26th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Welder Qualification
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course details welder qualification to AWS D1.1 & AWS D1.3.

Cost is $175 per class.

March 26th, 2018
Archery Classes
Where: Black River Sportsmen's Club, Withee
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Info: Youth age 8 – 18 are eligible to participate in Pellet Gun and Archery classes at the Black River Sportsman’s Club in Withee. This later time for the archery class is for ages 13-18 years old.

Cost for each class is $10 per person and includes training materials and T-shirt.

These courses in no way duplicates or replaces the WI Department of Natural Resources Hunters Safety Program; rather it is designed to supplement it.

The programs are being conducted with the following goals in mind:

•Encourage participation in environmental and outdoor education programs by exposing youth to shooting, hunting, and other related activities

•Support youth in developing valuable conservation and natural resources, related knowledge, skills, and stewardship

•Enhance development of self-concept, character and personal growth through safe, educational, and socially acceptable involvement in shooting

•Teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment

•Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and conservation

•Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities

•Provide hands-on learning experience

•To have fun!!!

Classes are limited to 24 youth per session. Registration forms are available online at: https://clark.uwex.edu/4-h-shooting-sports/ or at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121). Any other questions can be directed to Heidi Bower (715-678-2308).

March 28th, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Phillips Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

April 2nd, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, CNC Programming and Operations-Machining Center
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides an overview of the G-code CNC programming system.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 2nd, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, CWI Prep Code Book Test
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Prepares learners for the Code Book Section of the AWS CWI exam.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 7th, 2018
Maggie Mae Benefit Concert
Where: Pittsville

April 7th, 2018
Jack and the Beanstalk by Missoula Children's Theatre
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 3pm & 5:30pm
Info: General admission is $10 for adults and $5 for youth.

April 9th, 2018
Quick and Healthy Crock Pot Meals
Where: NTC's Wittenberg Campus
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Info: This class will explore making meals in a crock pot using healthy ingredients and preparing your entire meal in 30 minutes or less.

Cost is $49. Register with NTC today!

April 9th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Interpreting Prints
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides an overview of print format with emphasis on orthographic views.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 9th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, Qualification Tests AWD D1.1 & D1.3
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: This course allows participants to complete welder qualification tests required by their employers.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 10th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 4 Productivity: Eliminate Time Wasters
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Effective Meetings

Cost is $55, register online

April 16th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, CNC Programming and Operations-Turning Centers
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides an overview of the G-code CNC programming system for turning centers.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 17th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Forklift Safety
Where: NTIC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

April 19th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Respirator Fit Testing
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $115, register online

April 20th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Fire Extinguisher Safety
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 12pm-1pm
Info: Cost is $25, register online

April 21st, 2018
Legacy Stone Ceremony
Where: The Highground

April 21st, 2018
Vietnam Reunion/Education Afternoon
Where: The Highground

April 23rd, 2018
NTC Fusion Welding Courses, GTAW Techniques-Steels, Vertical
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Targets skill development in the vertical position on steels.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 23rd, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Geometric Tolerancing
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides an overview of Geometric Tolerancing as per ASME Y14.5-2009.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 24th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 5 Business Development: Hunting & Farming
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Prospect & Build a Solid Pipeline

Cost is $55, register online

April 24th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Hazmat Awareness
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-4:30pm
Info: Cost is $205, register online

April 25th, 2018
Spirng Work Week
Where: The Highground

April 26th, 2018
Spring Work Week
Where: The Highground

April 26th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Hazcom
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-10am
Info: Cost is $50, register online

April 27th, 2018
Spring Work Week
Where: The Highground

April 28th, 2018
Spring Into the Arts Studio Tour
Where: Clark County
Info: For more info, call the Clark County Economic Development Corporation and Tourism Bureau.

April 28th, 2018
Spring Work Week
Where: The Highground

April 29th, 2018
Spring Into the Arts Studio Tour
Where: Clark County
Info: For more info, call the Clark County Economic Development Corporation and Tourism Bureau.

April 29th, 2018
Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog Experience
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 2pm & 7pm
Info: This cast of performers and dogs will delight audiences of all ages with high energy excitement from beginning to end.

Reserved seating is $25 for adults, $15 for youth.

April 30th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Machine Shop Math 1
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides competency for common machine shop mathematics.

Cost is $175 per class.

April 30th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, GTAW Techniques-Aluminum
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Provides practice on aluminum sheet in the horizontal and vertical positions.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 3rd, 2018
Basket Weaving Class
Where: LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer
When: 5pm-9pm
Info: Nesting Nantuckets. Basic Nantucket skills will be taught in weaving these beautiful and practical baskets.

Class size is limited. There are eight models for each basket size. Cost of materials and instruction is $46 or $52.

May 7th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Machine Shop Math 2
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides competency for common machine shop math, with an emphasis on solving problems using the metric system and common machining formulas.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 7th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, GTAW Techniques-Stainless Pipe
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Targets skill development in pipe to plate and pipe to pipe joints in the horizontal position on steels.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 8th, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 5 Business Development: Open Seys'a'me
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Get in the Door & Effective Presentations

Cost is $55, register online

May 8th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Hazmat Awareness
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-4:30pm
Info: Cost is $205, register online

May 10th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Forklift Safety
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 1pm-5pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

May 10th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Lock-Out/Tag-Out
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

May 14th, 2018
Hmong Appreciation Day Ceremonies
Where: The Highground

May 14th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Machine Tool Courses, Machine Shop Math 3
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Course provides competency for common machine shop math, with an emphasis on problem solving using right triangle trigonometry and other calculations that are common and unique to the trade.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 14th, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, GTAW Techniques-Stainless Pipe
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Targets skill development in pipe to pipe joints in the 5 and 6 positions on stainless steel.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 17th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: ARC Flash Awareness
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 1pm-5pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online.

May 17th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Lock-Out/Tag-Out
Where: NTC's Medford Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

May 19th, 2018
Helicopter & Military Vehicle Expo & Legacy Stone Ceremony
Where: The Highground

May 21st, 2018
NTC's Fusion Welding Courses, GTAW Finishing Techniques
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 7am-3pm
Info: Targets skill development in stainless steel weld finishing.

Cost is $175 per class.

May 22nd, 2018
Business Essentials Series, Series 5 Business Development: Customers for Life
Where: Northcentral Technical College
When: 8am-11am
Info: Closing the Sale & After the Sale

Cost is $55, register online

May 24th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: ARC Flash Awareness
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 1pm-5pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

May 24th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Lock-Out/Tag-Out
Where: NTC's Antigo Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

May 28th, 2018
American Legion Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony
Where: Veteran's Park, Thorp

May 28th, 2018
Honor Ride/Motorcycle Ride & Memorial Day Ceremony
Where: The Highground

May 31st, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Lock-Out/Tag-Out
Where: NTC's Phillips Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

June 1st, 2018
Thorp Dairy Days
Where: Thorp

June 2nd, 2018
Military Working Dog Dedication
Where: The Highground

June 2nd, 2018
Thorp Dairy Days
Where: Thorp

June 3rd, 2018
Thorp Dairy Days
Where: Thorp

June 7th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 1pm-5pm
Info: Cost is $120, register online

June 7th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Forklift Safety
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-12pm
Info: Cost is $125, register online

June 9th, 2018
The Highground's Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
Where:

June 13th, 2018
Music at the Pool
Where: Thorp Aquatic Center
Info: Brought to you by the Thorp Area Chamber of Commerce!

June 14th, 2018
NTC OSHA Safety Training: Hazmat Awareness
Where: NTC's Wausau Campus
When: 8am-4:30pm
Info: Cost is $205, register online

June 16th, 2018
Flag Day Ceremony
Where: The Highground
Info: Also, Korean/Legacy Stone Ceremonies, Korean War Reunion/Education and a Veteran's Business Expo all on this day!

June 23rd, 2018
Thorp Lion's Club Demolition Derby
Where: Thorp
Info: Rain date: June 24th

June 30th, 2018
Freedom Celebration Events/Fireworks
Where: The Highground

July 4th, 2018
Fireworks Extravaganza and Music in the Park
Where: Thorp
Info: Brought to you by the Thorp Area Chamber of Commerce!

July 4th, 2018
Independenc Day Celebration
Where: The Highground

July 13th, 2018
2nd Annual Veterans Weekend
Where: The Highground

July 14th, 2018
2nd Annual Veteran's Day Celebration
Where: The Highground

July 15th, 2018
2nd Annual Veteran's Weekend
Where: The Highground

July 21st, 2018
Persian Gulf/Legacy Stone Ceremonies
Where: The Highground

August 3rd, 2018
34th Annual Bicycle Tour
Where: The Highground

August 4th, 2018
34th Annual Bicycle Tour
Where: The Highground

August 5th, 2018
34th Annual Bicycle tour
Where: The Highground

August 17th, 2018
The Highground's 18th Annual Ride to Remember Motorcycle Rally
Where: The Highground, Neillsville
When: 5:30pm
Info: Opening Ceremony

August 18th, 2018
Legacy Stone Ceremony & 18th Annual Ride to Remember
Where: The Highground

August 18th, 2018
The Highground's 18th Annual Ride to Remember Motorcycle Rally
Where: The Highground
When: All Day
Info: Begins at the American Legion in Neillsville. Breakfast available from 8:30am-11am.

10am registration, guided rides begin at 11am.

Sign up for the 107.5 Bud Bike 25! Silent auction, 50/50 raffle, games and prizes! Bike show for fun!

3pm procession into The Highground followed by a group photo, rally and ceremony picnic!

All proceeds go to The Highground and its mission of healing and education for veterans, families and all who visit.

Registration is $25, get patch or rocker, rides and lunch. Incentives for pledges over $150!

For more info, conatct 715-743-4224 or www.thehighground.us.

September 15th, 2018
Meditation/Legacy Ceremonies
Where: The Highground

September 22nd, 2018
The Highround's 30th Anniversary Celebration
Where: The Highground

October 2nd, 2018
The Highground Education Days
Where: The Highground

October 3rd, 2018
The Highround Education Days
Where: The Highground

October 4th, 2018
The Highground Education Days
Where: The Highground

October 5th, 2018
The Highground Education Days
Where: The Highground

October 6th, 2018
Legacy Stone Ceremonies
Where: The Highground

October 12th, 2018
Fall Clean Up Days
Where: The Highground

October 13th, 2018
Fall Clean Up Days
Where: The Highground

November 11th, 2018
Veteran's Day Celebration & Raffle Drawing
Where: The Highground

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