Join us Saturday, January 28th from 12:00pm -3:00pm for some family-friendly activities at our annual fun day in the snow. Participate in the exciting Family Olympics challenge for fun and prizes. Play a round of human foosball. Young children will enjoy sliding down the otter slide and making a winter craft; everyone will like the leisurely snowshoe walk. Warm yourself by the campfire and roast some marshmallows. Hot food and beverages will be for sale.
Admission $10 per car load
Ever wanted to bike the trails at Mosquito Hill? Well here is your chance. Join us January 28th at
2:00pm - This one-hour race course will loop through the various terrains and habitats of Mosquito Hill Nature Center. The race will be open to fat tire bikes only (tires must be 3.7+ inches wide). Race classes will consist of Men’s, Women’s, Juniors (under 16) and Seniors (60+). Registration fee of $50 covers entry into the race, a race t-shirt, after-party entry for racer and one guest with one brat and one beverage ticket (additional food/beverage will be available for purchase). All proceeds benefit Mosquito Hill Nature Center. Outagamie County Parks Department prohibits the use of bikes on its trails, including at Mosquito Hill Nature Center. This is a one-time event and exception to this ordinance. $50 Registration Fee.
Join us on February 4th for our 9 year Anniversary/Dealer Dicker Day from 10am-2pm., wheel and deal with the dealers, refreshments and door prizes.
Whether you are new to MOHH or have been with us since the beginning, we want to invite you to join us for an evening of community, on February 7th from 5pm-7pm! Come and learn more about the work being done at our shelter and The Bridge thrift store, while enjoying some hot cocoa and snacks. Take a tour, learn about volunteer opportunities, and find out about the many ways you can be involved at MOHH. Spread the warmth of caring and community during these cold winter months!
Grant Readiness Workshop - Tuesday, February 8, 2023 | 1-2:30pm and Wednesday, February 9, 2023 | 1-2:30pm.
Virtual Zoom - The two-part Grants Readiness Series provides a foundation of grant project and proposal preparedness knowledge for community and business development organizations who serve Wisconsin’s rural communities. Attendees will come away from the training with actionable steps toward preparing a grant project and proposal specific to advancing rural Wisconsin community or economic development services.
Learning outcomes include:
Join us for our Blizzard Bash!
Starting the day with Wolf River Baggers Corn hole Tournament at 12:00, Registration open from 11:00-12:00 at NXT please go to wolf River Baggers Facebook for details.
Bar Olympics at 2:00 Registration open from 1:00-2:00 3 games of pool, 4 games of darts and 4 games of Axe throwing. cost $20.00 per team
Outside fire pit all day/night and Curious Crow at 7:00PM. Raffles, prizes, games, food and drinks served.
The class is taught by an American Heart Association BLS Instructor and is open to students aged 10-15. Students will spend half of the day learning CPR, and the other half the day attending a babysitting class. The class is taught using videos, games, discussions, and hands on practical information for being "Home Alone” and babysitting.
Students are asked to bring a bag lunch. All other supplies are included in the class. Enrolled students will receive American Heart Association "Friends and Family" participation certificate, and an 80-page student manual.
Join the fun on February 18 - tickets are $40 - bus leaves at 5pm.
Dads or guardians and their daughters ages 2 years and up are invited to get dressed up and join this night of fun! The Candy Land themed evening will feature musical entertainment, themed snacks and refreshments. You must register ahead of time for this event and will need a ticket at the door for admittance into the dance. Admission will be capped at 200 couples.
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