Bike Safety & Bike Hike with Michelle Bachaus, Wisconsin Bike Fed, June 22 at 9:30 a.m. Michelle will briefly discuss bike safety, then we'll move outside for bike skills, and end with a comfortable all ages bike ride, with planned stops along the way. A parent, caregiver, or responsible older child must accompany younger children on the bike hike. Helmets are required for all ages, tandem and child bike carriers are encouraged. No training wheels please.
No program this evening. Originally in the Suburban Homesteading program schedule as a TBA, however we were not able to schedule a program.
Around the nation, a new wave of start-up food co-ops is emerging as a powerful force in the local food economy. Northeast Wisconsin is no exception as start-up food co-ops are planned for Oshkosh and DePere. What is a food co-op? What makes these community-owned grocery stores unique? And, why will this be beneficial to our local food economy? Oshkosh Food Co-op Board President Kelly Matthews describes how food co-ops build community and support local producers and growers.
Meet the Library's 3d Printer
The public is invited to meet the Neenah Public Library’s new 3d printer Monday June 27th at 2:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. in the library’s first floor Shattuck Room. See the recently purchased LulzBot Mini demonstrate its capabilities while you learn the basics of 3d printing. We will also be previewing library programs that use the 3d printer and explain how patrons can sign up create their own models.