Saturday, October 07, 2006

Things to do

In case you run out of things to do this month, here are some ideas:
  • Ride your bike north on the Causeway and check out the new billboard put up by June Kjome and Guy and Joan Wolf resepct life billboard

  • Be sure to attend the Respect Life concert Sunday evening at UW-L honoring the life and philosophy of Dr. Albert Schweitzer and featuring his granddaughter in a concert of Mozart piano music

  • Watch parts three and four of "Eyes on the Prize," the fantastic documentary about the civil rights movement on Monday evening at 8 p.m., but first!

  • Attend the Wisconsin Bicycle Federations public meeting on Monday evening at the Onalaska Public Library to talk about planning for and improving bicycling facilities and atmosphere in our area

  • Go to one of the two death penalty forums on Tuesday (one at noon at the La Crosse Public Library and the other in the evening at UW-L)

  • Wednesday night, go see "Inside Iraq: The Untold Stories" and meet the filmmaker at UW-L's Graff Main Hall Auditorium at 7 p.m.

  • Volunteer to work against the marriage ban

  • Friday evening, attend a meeting to discuss starting a United Nations Association chapter in La Crosse, then

  • Head on over to the Concordia Ballroom for a fundraiser for sheriff candidate, Bruce Konetchy

  • And on Saturday, attend the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice's 16th annual Fall Assembly, held in La Crosse at Three Rivers School (901 Caledonia Street.)

For more options, check the calendar.

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