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Jammin’ for a Cure
Friday, Nov. 4

Badger State Brewing, Green Bay
Second annual event featuring live music and a raffle.
Drinks and appetizers will also be available.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
N.E.W. Guys Dueling Pianos will perform starting at 7 p.m.
All proceeds from the event will support research, programs and resources for those suffering from arthritis.
Tickets are $50 per person.
Visit arthritis.org/jamminforacurewi for more details and to purchase tickets.

Winter Market on Military
Begins Saturday, Nov. 5

1481 W Mason St, Green Bay
The farmer’s market on Military is moving indoors for the winter.
The market will feature a variety of vendors selling hand-crafted, homemade, locally grown and raised products.
This is a recurring event, starting at 9 a.m. every first, third and fifth Saturday of the month through April.
Admission to the market is free.
Find more details at militaryave.org.

Healthy-ish Holiday Dishes
Wednesday, Nov. 9

Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay
Learn to cook meals for the holidays without giving up your efforts to eat better.

Sample pork tenderloin with cranberry mustard and wild rice pilaf, roasted pears and sweet potato salad with greens and chocolate dried cherry nut bark.
Class begins at 5 p.m. and is led by Chef Shelly Platten, Healthy Chef Shell, LLC.
Registration is $29 for the general public and $24 for Garden members.
Find more details and register at gbbg.org.

Fall Book Sale
Tuesday, Nov. 8-Thursday, Nov. 10

To help support the sale, donations of paperback and hardcover books in good condition, cookbooks, children’s books, sheet music and jigsaw puzzles with no missing pieces.
Gently used donations and library discards are offered at a fraction of their original cost and sorted by category.
Sale hours are 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m. each day of the event.
Proceeds from the sale are the main fundraiser for Friends of the Brown County Library and will support the Brown County Library.
Admission to the sale is free.
Visit gbbg.org for more details.

Bent Compass
Friday, Nov. 11

The Tarlton Theatre, Green Bay
Solo performance by Neil Brookshire based on real events and transcribed interviews.
Explore the transformation of U.S. Army medic, Colin, from fresh recruit to seasoned war veteran during his deployment in Iraq.

Audience discretion is advised, as the performance contains graphic language and depictions of violence.
In lieu of a general admission/ticket fee, donations will be accepted at the door on a pay-what-you-can basis.
This performance is presented by The Weidner Downtown.
The show begins at 7 p.m.
Visit weidnercenter.com for more details.

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