Updated 8/18/14





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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Free booklets are available at the New London Public Museum and several shops throughout the New London Area. 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.   Donations are appreciated.  

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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



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

Aug. 22 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Sept. 12 / 9am - 12 noon

Sept. 26 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Oct. 10 / 9am - 12 noon

Oct. 24 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Nov. 14 / 9am - 12 noon

Nov. 28 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Dec. 12 / 9am - 12 noon

Dec. 26 / 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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Old Glory Honor Flights

 Sept. 11th &  Oct. 9th

A flight of veterans will be going to Washington DC to visit the war memorials

Old Glory Honor Flights is dedicated to transporting our local WWII veterans to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials built in their honor.  Their mission is to offer local World War II veterans a memorable, safe and rewarding tour of honor to our nation’s capital. They invite the public to come to Outagamie County Regional Airport in Greenville at 7:30 p.m. for the Welcome Home.  The plane arrives around 8:15 p.m.  

Free parking is available to all those who come to welcome home the flights.  

Click here for additional information on Old Glory Honor Flights.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Fox Valley Memory Café

Wednesdays - Sept. 10th, Oct. 8th

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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Forward New London group


Wolf River Market Place

Saturdays beginning June 7th through October 25th

8 a.m. – 2 p.m

Bucky’s Restaurant parking lot

They are currently looking for vendors with art, crafts, jewelry, produce, or woodworking items to sell.  They will also accept fundraising groups.  The cost is $5.00 (to cover advertising costs).  To register or for more information call First Merit Bank  (920) 982-4410.

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New London Tourism Commission

FREE Concert in Taft Park


Join us at 6 p.m. to enjoy food and drinks while listening to the musical entertainment, featuring TBA.  Bring your chair or blanket, bug spray and sit back and enjoy!  For your convenience First Merit Bank has offered the use of their parking lot for parking on the nights of the events.

In the event of inclement weather we will place a sign in Taft Park to indicate that the events have been moved indoors. 

The rain location will be Familiar Grounds.  For additional information call 

(920) 982-5822.

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Rawhide Boys Ranch 

Fish Fry

Fridays, Sept 19 and Oct. 17

5 - 8 p.m

The fish frys are held the third Friday of every month, May through October. 

Young men will be serving hand-breaded authentic lake perch, haddock, shrimp and broasted chicken dinners on the Rawhide campus in New London.  Proceeds benefit the tuition assistance fund. 

Come out and enjoy great food, take a tour, and support young men who need a second chance in life!  

For more information, a complete menu or directions to Rawhide, please call (920) 982-6100, or for additional information click here.

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Waupaca County Fair

Wednesday, Aug. 20th through Sunday, Aug. 24th

Waupaca County Fairgrounds, Weyauwega

Traditional County Fair with midway, show animals, entertainment and food stands. 

For additional information call (920) 867-3395 or visit www.WaupacaCountyFair.org

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Leave No Family Inside: Monarch Tagging for Beginners

Saturday, Aug. 30th

12:30 – 3 p.m.

Every fall, millions of monarchs east of the Rocky Mountains make their way to central Mexico where they overwinter. And every fall, hundreds of thousands of tags are purchased to place on migrating monarchs to help scientists answer questions about their migratory behavior. Naturalist Jessica Miller will explain the basics behind one of the coolest phenomena on Earth, monarch migration. Then participants will assist with capturing, tagging, testing and releasing every monarch in Butterfly House. 

Registration is limited. Registration and payment due Saturday, Aug. 23rd. 

 The cost is $6 / adults or $10 / household.

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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Mission of Hope Community Outreach

Saturday, Aug. 23rd

Bernegger River Walk in downtown New London

The program was started by New London teen Brooke Prahl, 18, through Mission of Hope to provide help and hope to hundreds of low-income families, senior citizens, single mothers and those with physical disabilities. The outreach will feature areas of service such as family portraits, food tent, free groceries, haircuts, health services, job fair, kid zone and prayer tent.

For more information, contact (920) 359-0705, (800) 725-5276 or e-mail missionofhope@communityimpact.net.

More information can also be found on the Mission of Hope website at http://newlondon.compassionatecommunity.net

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Fox Communities Credit Union

Free Seminar on Identity Theft

Tuesday, Aug. 19th

Wednesday, Aug. 20th

6 – 7 p.m.

6 – 7 p.m.

Fox Communities Credit Union, 3401 E. Calumet St., Appleton

Tundra Lodge and Conference Center, 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay

Do you place outgoing mail in your mailbox with the red flag up? Do you carry your Social Security card wherever you go? Do you reply to emails from people you don’t know? Attend Fox Communities Credit Union’s Identity Theft Seminar to see how you may be putting yourself at risk for identity theft.  Presenter Julie Russell, Vice-President of Operations at Diversified Investigations, has over 23 years of law enforcement, investigative, and corporate security-related experience.  She’ll talk about the types of personal information identity thieves target, what they do with the information, steps to take to help avoid becoming a victim, and what to do if you suspect your identity has been stolen. 

Reserve your spot online at: http://www.foxcu.org or by calling Kalene at (920) 993-3757. 

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New London Public Museum

Curiosity Corner with Carol Couillard

Monday, Aug. 25th

10:30 – 11:30 a.m. or 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

invites kids (age 5 and up) and families to explore the  from

Join Carol as she guides the group through this unique hands-on activity center in the museum.    The topic is seeds and flowers. The group will explore the corner and make a craft to take home. 

Admission is free and all activities take place in the museum.

Space in the Curiosity Corner is limited so come early to get a spot.

For additional information contact the NLPM at (920) 982-8520.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Leave No Family Inside:

Nature through the Eye of a Camera

Sunday, Sept. 7th

12:30 – 3 p.m.

Registration and payment due Sunday, Aug. 31st

How many of you know how to use your digital camera properly? Join professional photographer Michael Reinke to learn the basics of great nature photography. Learn about framing, lighting, the rules of thirds and more. Use your imagination to create great photographs during this hands-on, outdoor experience. This class is best suited for beginner photographers and families with kids ages 10 and older. Bring your own digital camera or borrow one of ours for the class.    

The cost is $6 / adults or $10 / household.

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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Waupaca County Master Gardener Volunteers and the UW Extension

Fall Plant Sale

Saturday, Sept. 6th

Waupaca County Fairgrounds in Weyauwega

8 a.m. - 2 p.m

Click here for additional information.

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New London Area Chamber of Commerce

2014 Cheese & Sausage Fall Family Fest

Saturday, Sept. 13th

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Family entertainment, food and fun in downtown New London

Admission is FREE

Kids can participate in the kids zone games, crafts, bounce house, and face painting all day for $1. 

The day starts at off with a 5K Run / Walk sponsored by the New London Parks and Recreation Department.  Corporate / Individual/Family

Come downtown to visit the crafters, produce and market vendors that will line North Water Street. 

Enjoy Randy Peterson - Children's Performer as he entertains the entire family. Stop at the petting zoo, the Fox Valley Herp Club - Hands on Reptile Educational Show and the magic of Gizmo. 

Hear awesome Christian Bands on the Stage of Praise in Taft Park. 

Back by popular demand is the 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament (boys and girls). 

There will be lots of fall fun for all ages!

Visit the Chamber booth to sample and purchase Wisconsin's finest cheese and sausage manufactured locally in the New London area. 

Enjoy taste-tempting foods from area non-profit groups. 

For additional information call (920) 982-5822 or visit FallFamilyFest

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Medina - Dale - Readfield Lions

Caledonia Fest

Saturday, Sept. 13th

Caledonia Town Hall

12 - 10 p.m

Enjoy a parade, the 1st Annual Wayne Tesch Memorial Car Show, craft fairand farm market, as well as food, music, games and a bean bag tournament.  For a complete listing of the days events click here.  If you are interested in becoming a vendor at the craft fair or farm market click here or contact Dale Diley at (920) 667-5281.  

For more information on the 1st Annual Wayne Tesch Memorial Car Show click here or contact Dan Deeg at (920) 982-1500.

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New London Jaycees 

NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Competition

Sunday, Sept. 14th

New London Middle School (1100 W. Washington St.) 

11 a.m.

This is a free event open to boys and girls ages 6 – 15.

Grab your sneaker (no cleats) and come on out. 

For additional information click here or e-mail Tammy McCartney at tamelamccartney@yahoo.com.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Honey Sunday

Sunday, Sept. 14th

1 – 4 p.m.

Come and help us celebrate the honeybee and the gentle art of beekeeping during this annual event co-sponsored with the Waupaca County Beekeepers’ Association. Watch honey being extracted from the hive, beeswax candle dipping and take in some short informational sessions including: What’s Inside a Beehive and What A Beekeeper Does. Of course, don’t miss out on our delicious honey baked goods and honey sundaes. Bring your family and friends out for some sweet sensations. 

The cost for this event is $8 / car.

For additional information call (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

Third Thursday Lecture Series:

Wildlife Rehabilitation: An Innovative Approach to Conservation

Thursday, Sept. 18th

9:30 – 11 a.m.

Registration and payment due Friday, Sept. 12th

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

What is wildlife rehabilitation and how does it benefit our communities and environment? Discover how the field of wildlife rehabilitation is taking a new and innovative approach to conservation. Enjoy first-hand stories of success enhanced with behind the scenes images and a live animal guest. Find out how the care for individuals translates to healthy populations for the future. 

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

12th Annual Harvest Moon Festival

Saturday, Oct. 11th

5 – 9 p.m. 

Don’t miss the family event of the season! As the full moon rises behind Mosquito Hill lighted jack-o-lanterns will smile, wagons will be filled with fresh hay and the center will be visited by live critters. The evening will be filled with stargazing through telescopes, hayrides, the Great Pumpkin Walk and learning sessions. Food and beverages will be for sale. 

Admission is $8.00 per car. Hayride tickets are $1 each and may only be purchased the day of the event. Log on to www.mosquitohill.com for a final schedule of events. 

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

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