Updated 1/26/15

  

     

      

       

New London Police Department

Free Bike License

Bring your bike to the N. L. Police Department to 

register your bike for Free.  

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New London Police Department

Old Inactive Cell Phone - Drop off site

Phones collected will be donated to Sexual Assault Crisis Centers, to raise funds for programs at the centers.

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Booklets are available at the New London Public Museum and several shops throughout the New London Area for $1.00. These booklets are of the 2006  Walking Tour of Historic Homes containing a self-guided tour of 15 City of New London historic homes or the 2008 Walking Tour of Historic Downtown providing pictures and history for 22 of our Downtown buildings.   

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New London Park & Recreation

Facility Rentals

Looking for a space to rent for a shower, birthday party or meeting?  We rent our Community Center, Activity Room, Gym and several park shelters.

Rates are

Community Center $25/hour

Gym $25/hour

Activity Room $20/hour

Hatten #2 or Hatten #3 Park Shelter $68/day

Kunkle Shelter at Hatten Park, Pfeifer Shelter or Riverside Shelter $53/day

To register either stop by the Park & Rec office or click here for online registration

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Test your home for Radon Gas

Radon is the leading cause of Lung Cancer among non-smokers.  Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk.

You can purchase radon kits from the New London Municipal Building Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm.  For $6.00 each

Prices are subject to change.  Contact the Municipal Building for correct prices, 920-982-8500

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New London Parks & Recreation

Personal Training on Land, in the Pool or Both

Sessions will be set up between you and your trainer for whatever day and time works for your busy schedule

The location is based upon your goals, may include Washington Center Gym, Aquatic and Fitness center, etc

Cost:  1-9 Sessions - Residents $27/Session - Non-Residents $32/Session

10 or more Sessions - Residents $22/Session - Non-Residents $30/Session

What is personal  training and how can it benefit you?

Unlike a group exercise class, personal training helps you to examine your current lifestyle, establish goals, and create a unique plan to help you achieve those goals.

Is more than just "one-on-one" exercise sessions.  Goals are constantly evaluated and programs are tweaked to provide an ever-evolving workout that varies, as your body need change.

Focuses on "YOU"; optimizing workouts in the amount of time that you have available, and creates a plan that you can stick to.

Can provide encouragement and develop safe strategies to achieve or maintain a healthy weight.

Teaches you proper techniques to exercise safely and effectively.

Empowers you to make your fitness routine a part of your lifestyle.

Is for anyone of any age or fitness level; from the individual who wants to improve flexibility and range-of-motion to the seasoned athlete.

For trainer information or an application/registration form click here

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New London Parks & Recreation

Buddy Training

Buddy training is the hot new trend in the fitness industry that allows 2 people to train together.  For an affordable combined rate, you and your exercise partner will receive all the guidance and experience of a certified personal trainer with the benefit of companionship, accountability and perhaps a little friendly competition to push you a bit harder while you exercise!  It's a great option for friends, co-workers, or a parent/teen combo.  Your personal Trainer will support, guide and motivate you both to achieve your health and fitness goals by developing a fitness program that is specifically tailored to each of  your objectives.  This can be accomplished on land, in the pool or a combination of both.

Our buddy training accommodates all fitness levels so it does not matter if you are just starting your fitness routine, if you've been working out but not reaching your goals or if you simply want to mix things up.

Dates/Times:  Sessions will be set up between you and your trainer for whatever day and times works for your busy schedule.  Give us a call and we will connect you with a trainer.

Location:  This will be based upon your goals, may include Washington Center Gym, Aquatic and Fitness Center, etc.

Fee:  1-9 sessions: Residents $16/session - Non-Residents $18.50/session

10 sessions:  Residents $13.50/session - Non-Residents $16.00/session

Register at the New London Park & Rec Dept or call 920-982-8521

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New London Parks & Recreation

Senior Recreation

Arthritis Foundation Exercise Class

The Arthritis Foundation Exercise class provides gentle motion and activities to help increase range of motion, increase joint flexiblity, and maintain muscle strength.

Mondays and Thursdays 

10:30 - 11:15am

New London Community Center Activity Room - 600 W. Washington St

Fee for 10 Classes: Ages 60 & older - Resident $11.25 / Non-Resident $22.50

Under 60 yrs old  - Resident $22.50 / Non-Resident  $33.75

Tickets must be purchased at the New London Senior Center Office

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New London Public Library

Babygarten

Wednesdays

11:00am - 11:30am

Ages birth - 2 with caregiver

No registration is required

Lively, interactive stories, songs and activities for the creepers, crawlers, walkers, and talkers will encourage early language and literacy development.  This is a great way to meet other parents of young children and for babies to socialize.

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Valley VNA’s In-Home Care

Public Foot Care Clinic

New London Senior Center

Feb. 13 / 9am - 12 noon

Feb. 27 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

March. 13 / 9am - 12 noon

March 27 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Apr. 10 / 9am - 12 noon

Apr. 24 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

May 8 / 9am - 12 noon

May 22 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Twenty minute appointments include foot soak, nail trimming and filing, callus reduction, foot massage with lotion and nail care education / referral

Gift certificates are available.

For additional information call Valley VNA Senior Services at (920) 538-2974. 

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Fox Valley Memory Café

Wednesdays - Feb. 11, March 11, April 8, May 13

1:30 – 3:30 p.m

The Fox Valley Memory Cafés welcome those experiencing early stage dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment, as well as family and friends of those affected. It’s a great opportunity for lively discussions, information gathering, refreshments, and lots of creative fun thrown in. We have a gerontology professional on hand to answer questions and an enormous wealth of experience among participants to be shared.  Join us for a program with prizes, refreshments and lots of fun.  We’ll have activities and brainstorm ideas on what you would like to do during future Memory Cafés.  We’ll be on our way to enjoying interesting experiences together and making new friends. 

For additional information click here or contact Pat Lund-Moe at Mosquito Hill Nature Center at (920) 779-6433. 

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New London Public Library

Lego Mania

Thursday, Feb. 12, March 12, April 9, May 14

3:45 - 4:30pm

Registration is required

To register or for additional info contact the Library at 920-982-8519

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New London Public Library

Winter Reading Challenge

Monday, Jan. 5th through Saturday, Feb. 28th

For additional information contact the library at (920) 982-8519.

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Washington Center

PiYo Class

Monday, Jan 5th through Wednesday, Mar. 4th

Washington Center Gymnasium

Mondays and Wednesdays  from 9:30 – 10:15 a.m.

For the 8 week session, the cost for residents 60+ is $20.50, non–residents 60+ is $28, residents under 60 is $41 and non–residents under 60 is $56. 

For additional information click here or call Kim Ebert at (920) 982-8522.

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School of Enterprise Marketing

‘Less for a Dress’ Drop Off

Saturday, Feb. 14th and Sunday, Feb. 15th

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday and 

12 noon – 4 p.m. on Sunday

New London High School room C200

Prom is right around the corner and instead of buying an out of the budget dress, at our Less for a Dress sale you'll be able to buy newly-used prom and homecoming dresses, shoes, and accessories for a much more reasonable price.  As well as buying formal wear items, we can also help you sell your items. If you have dresses, shoes, or accessories you would like to sell bring them to our Less for a Dress drop off. At the drop off you will set the price of your items and on our sale date we will try to sell them.  On the sale days we open our doors for all the young ladies looking for dresses to come by and try them on. If your dress is sold, you will earn 90% of the profit and the other 10% will be donated to Project Backpack in New London to help eliminate hunger in area schools.

For additional information, click here.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Torchlight Snowshoe Walk

Saturday, Feb. 7th

6:30 – 9 p.m.  

Registration and payment due Saturday, Jan. 31st.

Enjoy this self-led excursion through the nature center’s lowland forest lighted by tiki torches. Refreshments will be served and all snowshoe equipment is provided. A $2 discount is available to participants who bring their own snowshoes. 

The cost is $8 per adult, $5 per student, senior or FOMH or $25 per household.

For additional information call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Serious Snowshoe Sundays

Sunday, Feb 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

12 – 3 p.m.

Are you serious about getting in shape this winter? Don’t want to do it by yourself? Despite the laid-back sounding name, snowshoeing is a great cardiovascular workout. Naturalists Jessica Miller and Mary Swifka will guide participants each week, not for a leisurely hike, but for a bout of invigorating exercise, increasing our speed and distance each week.

Four of the sessions will start with an indoor program focusing on a variety of different topics including proper winter attire, hydration, preventing hypothermia or fatigue, purchasing snowshoes and more. A brisk walk will be substituted in case of poor snow conditions.

A light snack and warm beverage are included.

The cost is $5 per session or $30 for all 8 sessions (all Sundays in Jan. and Feb), price include snowshoe rental, if needed. 

For additional information call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Leave No Family Inside: Snowshoeing for Beginners

Saturday, Jan. 31st

1 - 3 p.m. 

Registration and payment are due by Monday, Jan. 26th

What a better way to get out and enjoy our Wisconsin winters than to experience it on snowshoes. Join naturalist Jessica Miller as she guides you through the process of learning how to snowshoe (it’s so easy!). A guided hike around the nature center property will give you some practice with the new footgear and a chance to learn about our winter world. 

The cost is $6.00 / person or $10.00 / Family.

For details call MHNC at (920) 779-6433.  Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Evening for Sweethearts

Saturday, Feb. 14th

7 – 10 p.m. 

Registration and payment due Saturday, Feb. 7th

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart and be treated to an evening complete with appetizers (you can skip dinner), beverages and soft music. Enjoy a quiet snowshoe walk and campfire. Take home a small gift as a memento.

The cost is $45 per couple. 

For additional information call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org.

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New London Public Library

Valentine

Valentine's Minute to Win It

Saturday, Feb. 7th

9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

Can you beat the clock? Try to complete these Valentine's Day challenges in under a minute. 

For additional information contact the library at (920) 982-8519.

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New London Public Library

Home Brewing Beer Class

Monday, Feb. 9th

6:30 – 7:30 p.m. 

Learn the basics of making your own beer at home, including the tools you will need and the basic steps. 

Registration required. 

For additional information contact the library at (920) 982-8519.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Third Thursday Lecture Series: A Man, His Dog and the Wilderness

Thursday, Feb. 19th

9:30 – 11 a.m.

Registration and payment are due by Thursday, February 12th

MHNC volunteer Don Baumgartner and his husky Nikita recently returned from a 14 day trip through Woodland Caribou Park in Ontario. Don will share their adventures canoeing and portaging, logging 105 miles in the process. 

The cost is $6 / adults, $4 / students, seniors, FOMH.

For details call MHNC at (920) 779-6433.  Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org.

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New London Public Library

Take a Break to Make…Woodcarving Class

Thursday, Feb. 12th

6 – 7:30 p.m. 

Learn the basics of wood carving.  Registration is required.

To register or for additional information contact the library at (920) 982-8519.

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Wolf River Art League

New London High School Art Team

43rd Annual Mid-Winter Art Show

12th Annual Bottomless Bowl Dinner

Saturday, Feb. 14th, and Sunday, Feb. 15th

New London High School Commons

11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Art Show includes a raffle, live entertainment, artist demonstrations and featured artists. 

For questions, call (920) 982-8420, ext. 1111, or click here for event poster.

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New London Middle School

15th Annual Middle School Pops Concert Fundraiser

Saturday, Feb. 14th

6 p.m. 

This is the only fundraiser that the band does each year.

Each year a theme is chosen for the concert.  The music selected is based on the theme and students are encouraged to dress in costume related to the theme.

Admission is charged for this concert and Preferred seating (round table seating on gymnasium floor) and General Admission bleacher seating is offered. 

In addition, drawings are held for items donated by local and regional businesses, organizations and parents/community members will be available.  Door prize tickets will be available for purchase before and during the concert for these items. 

The money raised provides summer band camp scholarships for students and the purchase of instruments and other equipment for the band program. 

For additional information contact Tammy Vanevenhoven via e-mail at tvanevenhoven@att.net.

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New London Public Museum

Vintage Movie Date night

Saturday, Feb. 14th

Grand Cinema Theatre

7 p.m. 

For additional information contact Christine Cross at (920) 982-8520.

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New London Public Museum

Collections Exhibit

Friday, Feb. 20th through Friday, June 26th

For additional information contact Christine Cross at (920) 982-8520.

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New London Area Chamber of Commerce

12th Annual Women’s Wellness Day

Saturday, Feb. 21st

New London High School

7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

We’ve planned a day filled with fun, learning, a little shopping, and lots of “girl-talk” designed for women of all ages.  Share this fun day with someone special – daughters, mothers, sisters, and girlfriends!  Don’t miss this opportunity to take responsibility for your health!    Registration forms can be found online at www.NewLondonChamber.com/Events/WomensWellness and area businesses.

For additional information, please call the Chamber office at (920) 982-5822.

Please call the Chamber office at (920) 982-5822 for available vendor opportunities or questions.

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New London Public Museum

Informational session about the art and history of taxidermy with Red Simpson, taxidermist.

Saturday, Feb. 21st

For additional information contact Christine Cross at (920) 982-8520.

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New London Youth Baseball

Registration

Saturday, Feb. 21st

Washington Center

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

To register online visit http://www.newlondonyb.com/.

For additional information contact Paul Freeman at (920) 250-0375.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Northern Ecuador: A Travelogue

Saturday, Feb. 28th

1 – 3 p.m. 

Registration and payment are due by Friday, February 20th. 

Anyone that knows naturalist Jessica Miller is familiar with her love of nature and passion for travel. So it should come as no surprise that when asked to join a bird watching tour in Ecuador not to see just birds, but all kinds of wildlife, she jumped at the chance. Starting in the capital of Quito and ending the two-week journey in the Yasuni National Park (in the Amazon Rain Forest), Jessica will introduce you to Ecuador's history, culture, and the sights and sounds of the northern highlands and lowlands of Ecuador.

The cost is $6 for adults and $4 for students, senionrs and FOMH. 

For details call MHNC at (920) 779-6433.  Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org

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New London Area Chamber of Commerce

8th Annual Chamber Beer Tasting Event

Saturday, Feb. 28th

Crystal Falls Banquet Facility

Beer tasting will take place from  6 – 9 p.m.

Live music by “TBA” from 9 p.m. – 12 Midnight

For additional information, call the Chamber office at (920) 982-5822 or go to www.NewLondonChamber.com/Events/BeerTasting.

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New London Girls Youth Basketball Association

8th Grade Tournament

Saturday, Mar. 1st

New London High School

Click here for additional tournament information.

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