Local Bible studies offered
CRIVITZ — Northwood’s Apostolic Church is offering Bible studies in various locations of Marinette County. The goal of these studies is to assist individuals or groups in understanding the entire Bible. Topics covered are the garden and man’s fall, the flood, history of the Israelites, life of Christ and history of the early church.
People who are interested in learning more information, they may call the church at 715-938-4935.
Biking presentation to be held Thursday
MARINETTE — The public is invited to attend a presentation about mountain biking in Marinette County on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Stephenson Public Library.
Steve Goddard and friends will host a presentation on mountain bike trail development — locally and in Marinette County. The history of current trail systems in the county will be discussed, as will the hurdles the biking community face in further development of trails on state and county lands. An update will be given on the progress being made in forming a private, nonprofit organization to promote and develop mountain biking in Marinette County.
This event is co-sponsored by Tri-Cities Regional Active Communities Coalition (TRACC) and the Stephenson Public Library.
For more information about this and other TRACC initiatives, people may send an e-mail to TRACCMMP@gmail.com.
‘Kickers’ to hold St. Patrick’s dance
PESHTIGO — The North Country Kickers will have a St. Patrick’s Day dance Friday night at the Embers 1871 Common House on County Trunk B. The event will start at 7 p.m. and run until 10.
The public is invited to attend. There is an admission fee of $5 per person.
If people have any questions, they may call Charles Bishop at 920-530-4373, Sharllotte Swanson at 715-735-5548 or Dave Kvam at 715-735-5513.
Center to offer computer class
MENOMINEE — The Menominee Senior Center, 905 10th St., is offering a Windows 10 class March 19 and 21 from 1 to 4 p.m. Attendees will learn how to maneuver around the computer screens, find and implement the software and customize their version of windows. People are asked to bring their own computer or tablet. The fee is $25 per student for six hours of class.
People may call the Menominee Senior Center to sign up for this two-day class at 906-863-2158.