November 27th, 2020
Marshfield Public Library / 7pmMissing your weekly trivia night or simply looking for something fun to do? Virtual Trivia Night is a monthly trivia night hosted using the platform Crowdpurr. Participants only need access to a computer or smart device in order to join in the fun!
November 28th, 2020
December 2nd, 2020
Marshfield Public Library / 6:30pmEarthwatch Online is an open environmental and conservation discussion group.
The group currently meets monthly via Zoom to read excerpts from an on-topic book, discuss the excerpts and other relevant topics, and share upcoming opportunities for community participation and past experiences.
The group is currently working through Aldo Leopold’s Sand County Almanac; copies of the book are available upon request thanks to the Marshfield Public Library Foundation.
December 5th, 2020
Abbotsford / 5pm-8:30pmThis year, the floats will be parked around the building in the TP parking lot and you get to drive by them!
Contact 715-223-3332 for more information.
December 9th, 2020
Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center, Owen / 3pm-4pmAll children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Your child may qualify to receive vaccines at no charge, but donations are welcome.
For questions, concerns, full details on other immunization clinic locations, or for more information, please call 715-743-5105.
Marshfield Public Library / 6:30pmLearn how to search thousands of family and local history books and the complete U.S. Federal Census from 1790 to 1940 at HeritageQuest Online; a free electronic resource available on the Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library website for use in the library - or in the comfort of your own home.
HeritageQuest Online also includes Revolutionary War records and the Freedman's Bank. This presentation is geared for genealogy beginners and individuals new to HeritageQuest Online.
December 10th, 2020
Marshfield Public Library / 6pmHanukkah is a celebration of faith, freedom, and food. Like many Jewish holidays, this is a remembrance of survival in the face of an oppressive government. It coincides with the winter holiday season and is expressed through a week of lighting candles and gift-giving. Join Professor Jeff Kleiman and friends in their annual latke feast.
They will provide more background on the holiday, light the menorah (an 8-branch candelabra) and teach you to prepare latkes with the best. There will be recipes available in advance so you can cook and dine alongside the hosts.
December 12th, 2020
December 14th, 2020
Marshfield Public Library / 6pmJoin us for a virtual author visit with Geoff Carter to hear him chat about his new book, Thicker Than Water. The new book is about brothers Eddy LeBarron, a real estate salesman, and Will, a forest ranger. When the two brothers unexpectedly inherit a vast tract of land, their differences erupt into a head-on clash.
Their high stakes battle grows volatile, threatening to destroy not only the last of Wisconsin's old-growth forests but the LeBarron family and the entire Moon Lake community.
December 16th, 2020
Online / 5pmVideo of the performance will be made available to those who purchase an event ticket, through a virtual performance premier on Wednesday, December 16. Ticket sales are vital every year to supporting the studio.
After you purchase a ticket, your email address will be recorded. When the video is ready (by 5pm on December 16), you will receive an email with the download and view links.
This year’s production includes approximately 75 performers, including students from the Classical Ballet Program and Jazz Company, and featuring the dancers of the Marshfield Youth Ballet Company as well as a few members of the studio community.
Starring roles this year include Olivia Warren as Sugar Plum Fairy, Jordyn Helgerson as Spanish Hot Chocolate Seniorita, and Sofia O’Brien as Divinity.
Other MYCB Dancers include:
Sarah Dickinson as Dew Drop
Shyla Elliott as Arabian Coffee Princess
Connie Langfoss as Snow Queen
Kelly McEwen as Russian Matryoshka
Malorie Schooley as Dream Clara
Katie Seehafer as Lotus Blossom
Autumn Sternweis as Little Bo Peep
Lily Streckert as the Mouse Doll
There is also a production crew of five instructors/choreographers, a stage designer, scenery artist, a small costume crew, lighting and sound techs, a video crew, and parent volunteers who work behind the scenes.
Conrad acts as producer of The Nutcracker, with Ballet Program Instructor Amanda Kuhn acting as Nutcracker Artistic Director, and Betty Ebben, also a Ballet Program instructor, acting as Ballet Mistress (advisor). Other MSCD staff on the rehearsal team include: Joelle Clark, Trish Mallek and Cassi Peterson.
December 19th, 2020
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area / 10am-4pmReceive a lift ticket or tubing pass for the day with the donation of one of the following items: non-perishable food item, an unwrapped gift or new/like new coat.
For further information contact 715-743-5140.