9am-4pm Sat. Apr. 6
Hold lambs, chicks, goats and piglets. With 100's of babies due, you might even be able to witness a birth of a farm baby. This is a great opportunity to learn about the farm and experience the farm animals. There is also face painting and pony rides to enjoy. Lunch & snacks available.
Govin's Farm N6134 670TH ST, Menomonie
Cost: $7.75 + tax
10-11am Sat. Apr. 6
Interested in gardening but don’t have the space? Looking for a way to socialize and grow your own food? Learn about the Menomonie Community Garden in this introductory class. Get the basics about choosing a plot and discover if the garden is a good fit for you.
Menomonie Market Food Co-op 814 Main St. East, Menomonie
Age: All Ages
1-2:30pm Sat. Apr. 6
Douglas Kane will read from his book "Our Politics". Referencing years of active politics in both Illinois and Wisconsin, this memoir explores and describes the essential nature of our politics, how and why the political power structure has shifted, and how we must deal with it together.
Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie
1-7pm Sat. Apr. 6
Angie Topper-Heikke, has been diagnosed with ALS, a debilitating, terminal disorder affecting the function of nerves and muscles. Proceeds from the benefit will go toward Angie's care. Includes entertainment, food, basket raffles, a live auction, and a Kids' Corner, featuring face painting and games.
Foxhole Bar E4710 County Road BB, Menomonie
Cost: $5 per person includes meal
Age: All Ages
7:30pm Sat. Apr. 6
Set in a Paris bar in 1904 Picasso and Einstein have a chance encounter and the comedy takes off from there, Add in a variety of quirky patrons, including time traveler from the future who wears blue suede shoes and you won't "be lonesome tonight." Written by the comic genius of Steve Martin.
Harvey Hall Theatre 3rd Street East, UW-Stout, Menomonie