February Events

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5

Luther’s Revolution: 500 Years of the Protestant Reformation

7 p.m.

Zion Lutheran Church, 700 N. 2nd Ave., Stratford

Jeff Kleiman (UW-Marshfield/Wood County history professor) will discuss the influence of Martin Luther on Christianity and on European culture from a historical view.

Free (all donations appreciated)

Sponsors: The Larry and Elsie Lohr Fund, UW-Marathon County and Murco Foundation, Wausau, WI.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6

NORTH CENTRAL ORGANIZING CO-OP

Celebrate the accomplishments of 2017

5:30 p.m.

The Labor Temple (The Grand Hall)

318 S. Third Avenue, Wausau, WI, phone 715-848-3320

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6

DRINKING LIBERALLY

Malarkey’s Pub, 408 Third Street, Wausau, phone 715-829-3663

5:30 – 7 p.m.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Circle of Faith Dialog

2-3:30 p.m.

Northcentral Technical College, 1000 W. Campus Dr., Wausau

Trained facilitators and religious leaders will lead small groups and introduce questions to foster open dialog across faiths.

To register, call Julie Bunczak at 715-261-6234

Or email Julie.bunczak@uwc.ed

FEBRUARY 9 – 11 MADISON GARDEN EXPO

Alliant Energy Center, Exhibition Hall, Madison, Wisconsin

www.wigarden-expo.com

FEBRUARY 17 SATURDAY

BETWEEN TWO CULTURES: The Story of a First Generation Hmong American Who Becomes a Professional

For a Hmong woman, finding balance between career, community, culture, and family can be challenging. Maysee Yang Her shares personal stories and reflections of how she has been challenged by social and cultural expectations, and how she has overcome them.

Woodson History Center

410 McIndoe Street, Wausau, Wis.

2 p.m.

Free and open to the public

FEBRUARY 20 SPRING PRIMARY ELECTIONS

www.elections.wi.gov

Primary Election Day. State Supreme Court Primary—3 candidates: Tim Burns, Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock. Wausau District 9 has a primary: Ethel Quisler, Griffith Williams and Dawn Herbst.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20…. RIB MOUNTAIN TOWN BOARD MEETING

On the agenda is Citizens United.

6:00 p.m.

at the Rib Mt. Municipal Center. 3700 N. Mountain Rd, Wausau

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21…..AAUW

UNKNOWN OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE

By Sandy Sliwicki, (Ho Chunk) is the speaker.

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

YWCA

613 5th Street, Wausau, WI 54403

Join members of the American Association of University Women to hear Sandy Sliwicki talk about unknown offensive language that is used with minorities.

A light lunch will be served.

For more information: 715-581-4147

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22….THE SHOCK DOCTRINE

6:30 P.M.

UU (Unitarian Universalist Church)

504 Grant St. Wausau

The Shock Doctrine is a documentary based on Naomi Klein’s book entitled the same. It explains the way force, stealth and crisis are used in implementing neoliberal economics such as privatization, deregulation, and cuts to social services. History does indeed repeat.

Free and open to the public