April 23, 2017 Learn introductory genealogy research skills at 1:00 at the Forest Lodge Library. Pamela Ekholm, an Archives Assistant with the History Center at the GLVS will offer this presentation, explaining resources available at the History Center and showing participants how to navigate Ancestry Library Edition, a database available at the library. For more information visit the library’s website at http://cable.wislib.org or call the library at 715-798-3189
Memoirs in the Morning
April 26, 2017 10:00am This group meets every other month. Our next meeting is in April. Coordinator: Maureen Palmer Currently reading: My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayer
Ammo's Lip Sync Contest
Ammo's Evergreen Tavern
Show will start at 8PM - Performers will need to be registered and getting ready at 7PM Registration is $10 Must register by April 14th at Ammo's Evergreen Tavern (715) 794-2245 100% pay back to winner
Grab your friends, pick your song, and corograph your show. Each performer will have 4min to impress the judges. Costume, Corograph, and how well you lip sync is all on you.
George's Goats for Grandmas
Town of Cable
April 29, 2017 10 AM 5mile, 5km, 2km. Run/Walk Location: Start/Finish and parking behind the old Cable School on 1st Street Course: 5 mile, 5km, 2km courses, 2 aid station on the 5mile and 1 on the 5km. Some road, Railroad grade, and a little trail. 2km all road. Rain or shine Timing: Ready, Set, Go Timing Race day registration at the parking area behind old Cable School from 8 to 9:30am. Bib pickup is also race day behind the school Organizer: Jim Anderson 715-798-3065 email: email@example.com
April 29, 2017 10am-7pm Independent Bookstore Day is a one-day national party that takes place at indie bookstores across the country on the last Saturday in April. Every store is unique and independent, and every party is different. Redbery will celebrate with special sales, new items, complimentary refreshments and a spring basket giveaway, valued at $55! We appreciate the sentiments of best-selling author and Parnassus Books co-owner Ann Patchett. "Consumers control the marketplace by deciding where to spend their money. If what a bookstore offers matters to you, then shop at a bookstore. If you feel that the experience of reading a book is valuable, then read the book. This is how we change the world: we grab hold of it. We change it ourselves." Redbery booksellers have a deep appreciation for their loyal customers and look forward to saying "thank you." Stop by and see what's new. Let's kick off spring together!