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  Sunday December 21st, 2014    

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 Wednesday 05/07/2014 
12:00 am WSU Senior University - The Sex Life of Trees
Five 2-hour walking field trips on and near WSU campus, Lake Park and Woodlawn Cemetary. Participants will discover the fascinating sexual strategies of trees and shrubs: some have a single gender, some both genders on the same flower or different flowers, some change genders as they age or their neighbors change, and some primarily reproduce asexually! Along the way, we will also learn to identify trees without their leaves and observe a large variety of spring wildflowers and flowering weeds. People usually assume that spring trees’ greenish blush is leaf growth, but in many cases the opening buds reveal flowers. **Every other Wednesday**


 Saturday 05/10/2014 
8:00 am Winona ORC's Paper Shredding Drive-Up Event
You are invited to bring all the unwanted personal documents you can carry for shredding. *Old Utility Bills *Bank Statements *Medical Records *Cancelled Checks *Old Tax Returns or ANY document you wish to have permanently destroyed. These items will be destroyed at Winona ORC's secured shredding facility. You do not have to remove any staples, paperclips, rubber bands, binders or folders. Please no magazines or books. Free Will Donations Accepted


 Wednesday 05/14/2014 
12:00 am WSU Senior University - The Sex Life of Trees
Five 2-hour walking field trips on and near WSU campus, Lake Park and Woodlawn Cemetary. Participants will discover the fascinating sexual strategies of trees and shrubs: some have a single gender, some both genders on the same flower or different flowers, some change genders as they age or their neighbors change, and some primarily reproduce asexually! Along the way, we will also learn to identify trees without their leaves and observe a large variety of spring wildflowers and flowering weeds. People usually assume that spring trees’ greenish blush is leaf growth, but in many cases the opening buds reveal flowers. **Every other Wednesday**


 Thursday 05/15/2014 
9:00 am Special Athletic Competition Track & Field Event
This is a Track & Field Event for students in grades kindergarten through high school who have disabilities. The athletes LOVE to hear cheering from the bleachers!


 Saturday 05/17/2014 
8:30 am River Roots Skills School
Skill School Classes being offered On the 17th: • Growing Shiitake Mushrooms • Cheese Making for Novices • Making Your own Herbal Tea • Square Foot Gardening For specific information on each class please go to web site for description, times, location, fee, and to get registered. Limited space available www.riverrootsschool.org


9:00 am Men's One Pitch Softball Tournament
Please call to sign up for tournement. Portion of the proceeds is donated to the Rollingstone Cancer Fund. 1st Place prize of $600.00, call today 410-1116


4:00 pm Ridgeway Methodist Church Annual Ham Dinner
Please joint the Ridgeway Methodist Church for our Annual Ham Dinner on Saturday, May 17, 2014, from 4-8:00 p.m. We will be serving Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Beans, and Salad Bar. Carry Out are Available. $8.00 for Adults, $3.50 for Children 12 & Under.


 Sunday 05/18/2014 
1:00 pm Making Maple Syrup
WOA is happy to present another of our Sunday afternoon nature talks at I pm on Sunday, May 18th. Cal Lowenhagen will tell us how to tap maple trees for sap, and how to boil it down for syrup. A long time Buffalo County Resident, Cal has been making syrup for many years. WIngs Over Alma is in Alma, Wi on Highway 35 just 2 blocks south of the lock and dam. We also have an exhibit of local artists' work and an observation deck to watch the river and barge traffic as well as the passing trains. WOA is handicap accessible.


12:30 pm Backyard Composting - River Roots Skill School
May 18, 2014 / 12:30 p.m. - 4p.m. $40/person; $15 supply fee This class is offered through the River Roots Skills School. This class will (literally) dig in to practical ways of incorporating composting into your household routines. www.riverrootsschool.org


 Wednesday 05/21/2014 
10:00 am American Red Cross Blood Drive
Make a difference and give blood! Visit the American Red Cross online at http://www.redcrossblood.org/make-donation to schedule your appointment. This event is part of Winona National Bank's week-long Community Open House May 19-24, 2014.


5:00 pm Lecture/QandA
Local writer and Shakespeare fan shares his insights into Hamlet (the play and the character) and compares the sweet prince to Batman (movies mostly, but some other mediums too, graphic novels, video games, etc)


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