Seed swap, buy sell event to be held
MENOMINEE — An Everyone Welcome Seed Swap, Buy or Sell event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, in conjunction with the Menominee Historic Downtown Farmers Market, at the Menominee Senior Center, 905 10th St. Regular farm market hours are 9 a.m. to noon.
People are urged to bring their unique or favorite saved seeds, and see what they can share or purchase. Organic and non-GMO seeds will be available. Those who would like to sell should contact the farm market by emailing at menomineefrmmkt@hotmail.com, Facebook at MenomineeFarmersMarket, or calling 906-863-8718, for details on packaging and labeling.
Twin City Squares to dance Sunday
MARINETTE — The Twin City Squares will hold a dance Sunday, from 2 to 4:30 p.m., at Merryman School, 611 Elizabeth Ave. The caller will be Randy Tanz. The supper is a taco bar. If members did not sign up to bring ingredients for the tacos, they should bring whatever they would like with the tacos. The lunch committee will provide dessert.
There will be square dance lessons/workshop from 1 to 2 p.m. before the dance. All dancers are welcome.
The March Club of the Month Dance will be hosted by Romeos and Calicos March 26 starting at 7 p.m. at Community Day Center (Valley Packaging), 3375 W Brewster, Appleton, WI.
For more information, people may visit the club’s website (twincitysquares.com) or the Hoe Down News website (hoedownnews.org).
‘Books on the Bus’ to start in spring
Menominee County Library announces a new program starting this spring at Carney-Nadeau Schools. “Books on the Bus” will put fun, kid-friendly reading materials on the school buses. “Books on the Bus” items have a bright yellow sticker and can be shared or kept as long as need be. Books may be returned to the school bus or to the library.
Ann Best, outreach coordinator for Menominee County Library, was the inspiration to add “Books on the Bus” to the existing Station Stops the library maintains around the county. The Menominee County Library was gifted with an anonymous donation for book stickers and bags. Project Give stepped up and created a successful book drive. More than 800 items for the “Books on the Bus” program were collected in a couple of weeks. Principal John Eichhorn coordinated between the bus drivers, library and the Student Safety Patrol.
Anyone with questions, concerns or suggestions to improve this program can contact Amanda Winnicki at the Menominee County Library, 800-559-8194 or Principal Eichhorn at Carney/Nadeau Schools, 906-639-2171.