The holiday Issue
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for the Holidays
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november 2015 contents
the Do Good project
Holiday DIY: Silhouette Wood Art
Gatsby Glamour: Party style inspired by the Gatsby girl
YOU Spotlight: Molly Crosby gives the gift of reading this holiday.
On the Cover: Molly Crosby. Photo by Mike Peters
The winner isâ&#x20AC;Ś.
On Broadway for the Holidays: Shopping, Special Events & The Gingerbread Tour of Homes
Winter Wine Walk: Expands across Broadway District
Airstream Dreams: Local couples embark on vintage camper adventures
Seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Eatings: The holidays serve as a fitting backdrop for spontaneous celebration
PALS Program! Your votes helped PALS Program win a $1,000 advertising package to continue promoting adult mentorship for at-risk children in our community.
Top 10: Holiday parade style
Special thanks to all our participating organizations: PALS Program, Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance, Civic Symphony of Green Bay, Manna for Life Ministries and R-PAWS (Rehabilitation Program at the Wildlife Sanctuary)
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Holiday Gift Guide: A sampling of our favorite things from local merchants
46 CYLG: Walk for Wildlife
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Merry & Bright
Publisher Scott Johnson
As a child, I remember Christmas being all about the presents – those glittery packages under the tree, just begging to be rattled in hopes of discovering the contents within. The older I get, the more Christmas is about everything else – spending time with those you love most, watching cheesy holiday movies and driving through the neighborhood on a winter night to check out the twinkling lights. These days the holidays are all about the feeling. Whether it’s that cozy feeling you get on a snowy winter morning or the anticipation of visiting friends and hanging out with family you don’t get enough of, those feelings are what I look forward to most each holiday season.
Our Holiday Issue is a nod to those wonderful holiday butterflies and all the hustle and bustle that comes along with the season. This month I was honored to sit down with cover woman Molly Crosby, wife of Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby, over some fabulously indulgent lattes at La Java in Suamico. We talked holiday traditions, football (of course) and even about some of the weirdest dining experiences we’ve had while traveling. We also spent a good deal of time discussing a cause near and dear to Molly’s heart, the Give-A-Kid-A-Book Campaign coordinated by the Friends of Brown County Library. Molly is a second-year spokesperson for the campaign and her passion is absolutely contagious. Turn to page 8 to get the scoop and learn how you can help give disadvantaged children the gift of reading this Christmas. This year I’ve made a goal to make – yes, craft – at least a few Christmas gifts on my list. If you know me, you will realize what a ludicrous statement this is. Luckily for the crafting impaired, Hello Lemon Studio owner Kandace Sechler has a super simple, yet très chic handmade gift tutorial on page 14. Need some ideas for a holiday party ensemble? Head to page 34 for some Gatsby-inspired glamour from fashion contributor Kirsty Gungor. And you definitely don’t want to miss our special On Broadway section starting on page 19. Get tons of great gifts ideas and learn all about what’s new with the second annual Winter Wine Walk On Broadway. I mean, shopping and wine? Need I say more?
Executive Editor amelia compton wolff Advertising Director Steve Teofilo Graphic Artist KRIsty gnadt Circulation Manager Dave Sielski Contributing Writers Amelia Compton Wolff, Meghan Diemel, Kirsty Gungor, Kandace Sechler Photography Mike Peters, Kirsty Gungor, Shaunae Teske Photography, Erin Jean Photography, Andrea Naylor Photography, Press-Gazette Photography Staff
YOU Advisory Board Members Sharon Verbeten Brown County Public Library Patti Schisel The Ultimate Closet Allyson Watson Brown County UW-Extension Amy Bailey Skogen’s Festival Foods Janie Denis Strutt Forte Modeling & Talent Dave Compton Wolff Cineviz Stephanie Schultz, MSM, RDN, CD Skogen’s Festival Foods Lisa Malak Local Five Live, WFRV Tina Quigley Mosaic Arts Inc. lori o’connor Prophit Marketing
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Holiday parade style By Amelia Compton Wolff
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The Greatest Molly Crosby gives the gift of reading this holiday
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you spotlight story By Amelia Compton Wolff Photos by Mike Peters on location at Kress Family Library, De Pere Styling by Shanna Zeitler of Azure, De Pere
Molly Crosby was the little girl whose punishment for being naughty was getting her books revoked. “I would even hide my Harry Potter book inside my Bible so I could get away with reading during church,” the 31-yearold Colorado native admits sheepishly. “Yeah, I kind of loved to read.” Fittingly, Crosby is now a second-year spokesperson for the Give-A-Kid-A-Book campaign coordinated by the Friends of Brown County Library. The campaign collects new, unwrapped books for disadvantaged babies, children and teens so every child may discover the joy of receiving their very own book.
Crosby says her involvement with the program is fueled by her love of reading, but she is also drawn to its clear, achievable mission. “More than ever I’m aware that I have a life of extreme privilege,” says Crosby, who has been married to Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby since 2008. “Even still, I have hard days as a parent where I don’t know what I’m doing or I feel like I’m messing my kids up. But something I always feel really good about is sitting down with them and reading. All parents should have that same opportunity.”
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Season to Read Crosby, a self-described “nerd,” always loved school and learning. She and Mason met while she was a cheerleader at the University of Colorado Boulder and he played on the football team. (Are they too perfect or what?) Crosby majored in Chinese language and civilization, and studied in China for a summer while she learned to read and write Mandarin. The experience was life altering. “It was humbling to see my true place in the world,” Crosby says. “Traveling challenges your unvoiced beliefs. There’s so many things that you do simply because and you see that other people have that same experience, ica Goode but in a vastly different ay (left), Mon Amanda Masth ight) are (r by os ly Cr way from you.” enter) and Mol veEducation has long been a priority for Crosby who cites research which shows early literacy development is highly correlated with future school achievement and even career success.
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“One great book could totally alter a child’s trajectory and that’s incredible to me,” she says. “We just want to see kids reaching potential and, even more than that, Give-A-Kid-A-Book equips parents to have that bonding experience through reading. I love the dignity of it.” For families in need, a book seems like a luxury. The GiveA-Kid-A-Book program makes it possible for these families to access reading materials to call their own. More than 10,000 books were collected last year meaning 5,250 children in Brown County each received two books in 2014. “If parents are working so hard and they have to choose between a hot meal for their kids or a hardcover book, they are going to choose the meal,” Crosby says. “But this campaign has proven that the hardcover book is just as important.” It’s easy for Crosby to imagine how different her life may have been had she not been adopted by her parents when she was just nine months old. 10 | www.greenbaypressgazette.com/you | NOVEMber 2015
“My birth mother was very young when she had me,” she says. “She made that loving sacrifice to give her child up for adoption. My life took a few different twists, but had I been in that situation I would hope someone would help me, would have given me a book.” This year, Crosby invited two other Packer women to join her as co-spokespeople of the campaign: Monica Goode, wife of long snapper Brett Goode, and Amanda Masthay, wife
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You can help! Donate NEW, unwrapped, unmarked books for babies, children and teens by December 10. Books can be brought to any Brown County Library or Nicolet National Bank location. Look for Give-AKid-A-Book donation boxes at The Reader’s Loft, Barnes & Noble, Lindeman’s Cleaners and several other locations throughout Brown County.
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of punter Tim Masthay. She likens their involvement with the campaign to the teamwork their husbands achieve on the football field. “Mason can’t kick a game winning field goal without Tim and Brett and I feel that is what Amanda and Monica are going to do for this campaign,” Crosby says. “To have them in the fold puts us in the position to kick a game winner, sending this effort into overtime, setting and achieving goals that were previously out of reach.” The women will serve as ambassadors by encouraging the public to donate new, unwrapped books on topics that are relevant to them.
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“It’s an opportunity for individuals to preserve their interests. If you love China, let’s say, you can donate a really cool geography book,” Crosby says. “It’s such a neat way to hand down ideas.”
Family & Faith The Crosbys put a strong emphasis on supporting families and are actively involved in many organizations which benefit children. For example, Mason is the spokesperson for Make-A-Wish Wisconsin which works to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
“I want to be [Mason’s] partner and support him in his career, but now we are partners in something bigger which is raising our family and trying to still like and love each other in the process of it,” she says. Crosby says the Christmas season is a time to ref lect on the great gifts we have been given and how we can express thanks by giving back to others. That makes it the perfect time to kick off the Give-A-Kid-A-Book campaign. “When you give a kid a book you actually give a gift to the whole family. Christmas time isn’t joyful for all the members of our community,” she says, “but sharing a book can make another family’s Christmas season a little bit brighter.”
“I try to support Mason in using the platform he’s been given to help others and kids are central to that,” Crosby says. Supporting child-focused causes is a no-brainer, says Crosby, who has three children of her own – Nolan, 5, Charlotte, 2, and Elizabeth who was born earlier this year. Becoming a mother has made Crosby more sympathetic to the challenges parents face, but it has also created many positives changes in her life. “I don’t think every woman has to be a mother to have the experiences I’ve had,” she says, “but for me, it’s made me messier, it’s made me more interesting, I think. It’s brought back some fun.” Crosby says before having her three children it was easy to get bogged down in “NFL life” by focusing on variables outside of her control. “There’s such an emphasis on how brief any NFL career is and I was just gripping on to it so tight,” she says. “For me, the experience of motherhood and not having the season record be the litmus test for how our lives are going, rocked my world – sometimes good, sometimes bad – but it put me into a much healthier space.” These days Crosby finds it easier to live in the present and focus on what is truly important to her – her family and spiritual faith.
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Holiday DIY: Silhouette Wood Art Tutorial by Hello Lemon Studio owner Kandace Sechler at hellolemonstudio.com Photography by Shaunae Teske Photography at shaunae.com
All supplies are available for use/ purchase at Hello Lemon Studio or can be found at local craft stores.
Kandace Sechler is the owner of Hello Lemon Studio in De Pere. She loves animals, music and sharing her passion for crafting.
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Winter Wine Walk
E x pa nds Acros s Broa dway Dis t rict By Meghan Diemel
Usher in the holiday shopping season with a walk downtown alongside your best girlfriends or significant other, taking in the splendor of early winter and a plethora of samples from local wineries during the second annual Winter Wine Walk On Broadway.
Held on Friday evenings December 4, 11 and 18 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., the event serves as a great way to do your holiday shopping downtown, while enjoying the best wines from local vintners. “We came up with the idea as a way to get people into our storefronts during the holidays – and wine tends to draw people in,” explains Ahnna Luckeroth, project manager for On Broadway, Inc. “It was more successful than we were expecting. We had a feeling people were going to enjoy it, but I think when we tried to calculate it, it was somewhere between 3,000 to 3,500 people who came down over those three nights.” Jill Zelzer, manager of A Bag Lady – located at 412 Dousman St. – says the inaugural event was a fabulous addition to the holiday shopping season.
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“It brought so many people down,” she says. “And the thing that was so great is that people actually shopped – they loved it. People who wouldn’t normally come down to this area were realizing what a great area it is and how fun it was. I know that everyone was so excited about it and it was such a neat experience for everyone - retail people as well as the customers. It was just a fun, fun time.”
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Fridays in December the 4th, 11th & 18th, 5-9pm Punch cards are $5 each and are available at all participating locations
Luckeroth and Zelzer said it was a great way for people to do holiday shopping and ensure what they were getting would be well received by their significant other. Things that were pointed out during the wine walk were then purchased the next day or a few days later.
Punch cards are $5 dollars and will be available for purchase at each location. All a visitor needs to do is pick a spot to start from the handy map included in this issue of YOU Magazine and begin the fun. Once you receive your sample, that corresponding hole will be punched for the night. If you don’t fill up your punch card in one night, bring it back the next week and continue the fun.
“And it’s a fun date night,” adds Luckeroth. “There are so many good restaurants, so you can come and shop, have a couple sips of wine and get some great food. I think all around it’s a good event that brings everything about the holidays together. It’s a fun feel.”
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Bottles of the sampled wine will be available for purchase, in addition to any of the delights that shoppers may find along their downtown walk.
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“If they want something unique, I believe all the stores truly complement each other,” states Zelzer. “I think you can go to one store and pick up a cute shirt, but then go to another and get a cute purse or jewelry. I really feel it’s a place to shop. It’s no longer that you come down and just see one store. There’s a whole street full and it’s all unique and really fun.”
“We always do some sort of instore special,” adds Zelzer. “We’ll do something different each time.”
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In just one year, the event has grown by leaps and bounds. They’ve doubled the number of businesses that want to be involved for the 2015 events, says Luckeroth, and the number of wineries participating has increased as well.
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In today’s culture of excess, a new movement is emerging. Living small and simply is becoming more appealing to more people. Maybe this explains the resurgence of the Airstream – a brand of luxury travel trailers originating in 1931 which represent the magic and mystery of the open road. Two local couples share their experiences of joining the growing ranks of Airstream owners. Green Bay-based photographer Erin Hanson and her husband, Adam, found their 1964 Airstream Tradewind 24’ on Craigslist in Wausau for $3,000. They named the camper Tess after Erin’s late grandmother. With help from family, friends and a very handy neighbor, the Hansons have been updating Tess over the past year and a half.
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from erin & adam: “We had been looking for an Airstream for over a year. We can’t tell you how many times we pulled over, seeing them in yards, farms or sheds and inquired about these amazing little campers. The entire purpose was to have a little home-away-from-home for us and our children. In July, we purchased five acres in Sister Bay. It’s so wonderful having the Airstream call this piece of woods home. It’s peaceful, quiet and exactly our dream. We built Tess to be a vacation home, of sorts, in Door County. Someday, many years from now, we hope to build a cabin on our land. The Airstream will be a part of this and become a guest house for family and friends.”
Andrea Naylor, a photographer from Sturgeon Bay, and her husband, Brian Madigan, found their 1960 Airstream Tradewind Land Yacht for sale in Algoma, Wisconsin.
from andrea & brian: “We love old things, are adventurous and were looking for a mobile basecamp. We checked Craigslist weekly and always had our eye open while driving down country roads. Our Airstream essentially is a tiny house with 60 years of character. To be honest, we did not know in full detail the scale of the project we were embarking on. To date we easily have 1,000+ hours in stretched out over 16 months. We most recently took the Airstream on a ‘maiden voyage’ around the Great Lakes over Labor Day weekend. Needless to say, it was a huge success! We are looking forward to our next trip which will be to Florida for Christmas this year. Joining the Airstream family is a lot of fun, if you decide to purchase never look back!”
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Trailer tips Thinking of becoming part of the Airstream family? Consider these tips: Research: Know the size and the estimated value of the camper you want. “Determine your budget,” Andrea says. “Know what you can do yourself and when you need to hire a professional.” For example, the Hansons hired out when updating the electrical work but felt confident fixing the rotted out sub floors themselves.
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Have a plan. Determine if you plan to restore the camper to period or modernize it. Ask yourself what the camper’s purpose will be – will it be used as a studio, small cabin or strictly a camper? “Set a timeline,” Andrea says. “Most people give up and quit with these projects because they under estimate the time commitment and expenses involved.” Be patient. “It’s most likely going to take twice as much work as you thought,” Erin says. “The Airstream forums online saved us many times.”
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It’s the most glamorous time of the year! And what better way to celebrate than an indulgent fashion immersion into the epic decadence of the roaring twenties. Just close your eyes and imagine the most extravagant couture moments of all time and you’ll undeniably summon vintage visions of feathers and jewels, flappers and fringed frocks, a time when fashion flourished! This Christmas, we’re falling head over heels for glittering dresses and bejeweled head bands. Art deco inspired beading and vintage jewelry leave stars in
Kirsty Gungor is a blogger, photographer, fashion maven and do-ityourselfer extraordinaire. Originally from South Africa, Kirsty now lives in Green Bay with her husband and four children. Read more at www. loveliesinmylife.com.
our eyes. The elegance and enchantment of this time is always captivating and artfully nuanced here with these Gatsby inspired party looks.
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Nicole Zich, owner of Sassy Girl, sees cozy trends becoming more glamorous for the holidays, with additional embellishments and plusher fabrics. Capes and ponchos are sewn in more luxurious fabrics and lurex knits, often embellished with fringe or fur. Sassy Girl loves that boho influence made more irresistible for the holidays, with a touch of metallic in the embroidery or a rich floral print on velvet. Nicoleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favorite dinner party outfit would be an elegant black dress with a pop of glitz. Perhaps an embellished cardigan, a huge statement necklace, a plush jacket or a beautiful cape. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loving the look of a pair of patterned tights with high boots to add that classic finishing touch. Silver cocktail dress, $300. Necklace (worn as headband), $24. Earrings, $24. Off white stole (page 39) from Furs & Clothing of Distinction, $799.
Skinny jeans, leggings, short booties, fur vests and leather accents are some of the trends that Lady Savannah Boutique is loving for the chillier holiday season. But for a festive dinner party, Lady Savannah would have you party perfect in a stunning long sleeve dress with tights and tall boots. Floor length gown, $409. Headband, $39. Bracelet, $19. Earrings, $29. Silver fox stole with tails from Furs & Clothing of Distinction, $1,499. Red strapless dress, $329. Bracelets, $26 - $59. Headband, $39. Earrings, $29. Pink Degrade Stole (page 38) from Furs & Clothing of Distinction, $350.
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Barb Jarvis is the Senior Executive Partner for J. Hilburn, a menswear company with signature, tailored pieces for men who love great style. Barb shares that one of winter’s biggest trends in menswear is deconstructed, soft sport coats. They’re big news at the moment and right on trend for elegant holiday parties, with the feel of a cardigan but formal look of a sport coat. Barb is also loving colored cords, brushed twill 5 pocket pants, or dark denim paired with sport coats. Mini gingham, plaid and denim shirts are all perfect possibilities with this look. Her absolute favorite touch? A pair of stripe socks with cap toe Oxfords. Whole long red tie look $1,207 Whole red bowtie look $785 Whole long coat look $1,140
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The holidays serve as a fitting backdrop for spontaneous celebration By Meghan Diemel
As the holidays draw near, our calendars fill with family functions, volunteering and school programs. While it’s all meant to capture the spirit of the season, it can be a bit overwhelming as well. It’s the perfect opportunity to do something just for you, whether it’s a girls’ night out or a date night with your loved one.
Culture & Cuisine If your “girls’ night out” squad is looking to do something more culturally inclined, make a trip to the ARTgarage, followed by dinner at The Cannery. The ARTgarage’s Handcrafted Holiday Sale features handcrafted works of art by local artists. The art is available for purchase and the ARTgarage is open until 7 p.m. every Thursday night through December for holiday shopping, says Candy Gilmore, ARTgarage president. “This holiday show is the perfect place to find a special gift for family and friends,” she adds.
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From the ARTgarage, head to The Cannery Public Market on Broadway and top your night off with a delicious meal made from locally sourced ingredients. “We also have a market area with lots of unique products, including Wisconsin cheeses and wine,” explains Kaitlynn Snyder of The Cannery. “A neat aspect of our space is that customers can purchase a bottle of wine, cheese and crackers – or any other snack – from the market. We’ll uncork the wine for them and they can enjoy it right there at The Cannery. We have a cozy sitting area with a fireplace, as well as an enclosed alleyway where they can hang out.” If the goal is a date night to make your football-fanatic partner happy, the goal line is a Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame tour fol-
lowed by dinner at 1919 Kitchen & Tap. Located on the main floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium across from 1919 Kitchen & Tap, the 15,000 square foot, two-level Hall of Fame takes visitors year by year through the storied franchise’s history. The new Hall of Fame also displays trophies from the Packers’ 13 world championships – including four Lombardi trophies. A bowl of beer cheese bisque or a “Curly” melt from 1919 Kitchen & Tap is the perfect conclusion to a date night at the Atrium. The gastropub is open each day from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m., though hours may change during events and on game weekends. Live music is also planned for November 27 and December 18, which will be a nice complement to Friday date night!
Movement & Munchies To combat the winter doldrums, add physical activity in an afternoon date or girls’ day out. If there is enough snow in December, snowshoes are rented out at L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve in Suamico on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, offers Brown County’s Assistant Park Director Matt Kriese, CPRP. “Otherwise a late fall hike on the trails is always inviting,” he adds. More date-night-like activities are planned for January and February, so it will be easy to incorporate a trip to Barkhausen into your date night routine throughout the wintertime. After your Barkhausen visit, head to The Bottle Room for a nice glass of wine and tapas or stop in Mustard Seed Café for one of Chef Ken’s amazing
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Go with one of their small plate offerings, like breakfast shrimp and grits, truffle fries or chorizo hash, or one of their large plate offerings, such as cornflake crusted French toast or brisket BBQ hash.
For your girl’s gathering, put a spin on “Sunday Funday” by trying a Sunday morning barre class at Jenstar Yoga & Dance, followed by brunch at S.A.L.T. in De Pere.
“We don’t accommodate groups larger than six or allow reservations for Sundays,” he adds. “However, if a group calls in advance or is planning a party, we can usually accommodate.”
Barre is a fusion class inspired by movement disciplines like ballet, yoga and pilates, explains owner Jen Berres. The barre is a prop to assist with balance during class. “Sometimes there are other props incorporated in the mix like bands and small 2 to 3-lb. weights. Classes are a one-stop-shop type of workout, because we make sure to target everything (arms, abs, legs and seat) and still save room to stretch,” she says. “Barre is popular because many women see physical results quickly, and dare I say it... it’s fun!” After your Sunday morning workout, head to S.A.L.T. for their popular Sunday brunch offerings. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis, explains Ben Raupp, executive chef and owner.
For a weeknight date night, try Chefusion’s formal dining area on the lower floor, or stop by for happy hour in The Lounge and enjoy the restaurant’s small plate offerings. Wine and drink specials are complemented by menu items like a lobster and pork belly BLT, volcano shrimp and a Kobe beef burger. For your girls’ night out, make a reservation at Three Three Five. The upscale private dining studio is open to the public on Wednesdays only, and The Traveling Chef, Chris Mangless, has a passion for entertaining the community with his gastronomic performances. “Menus change weekly based on the season, as do all of our offerings for catering and brunch,” explains Chef Chris Mangless. “We accept reservations one week in advance, beginning Thursday for the following Wednesday.” Stay in the know by joining Three Three Five’s email list at threethreefive.com, follow them on Instagram @kumquats or on Facebook.
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Walk for Wildlife is the main fundraiser and awareness-building event for Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary’s RPAWS rehabilitation program which cares for more than 4,500 sick, injured and orphaned wild animals each year. The 10th annual Walk for Wildlife culminated in the release of a rehabilitated owl. Participants spent a lovely autumnal morning walking the trails of the 700-acre Wildlife Sanctuary, stopping at various stations along the way to get an up-close view of the many animals, from foxes to falcons, who live at the Sanctuary. For more information on volunteering and programs, visit baybeachwildlife.com or call 920-391-3671. Check out facebook.com/youmag for more photos from this event. 46 | www.greenbaypressgazette.com/you | NOVEMber 2015
5 1. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary naturalist Jody Sperduto applauds during the opening ceremony. 2. Kim Insley and her 2-year-old son Zeke check out an owl, one of many animals Walk for Wildlife participants encountered during the event. 3. R-Paws volunteer Barb Hucek holds Wildlife Sanctuary resident and animal ambassador Merli the merlin. 4. Kate Hau, the Wildlife Sanctuary’s natural resource and grounds specialist, introduces a turtle to Walk for Wildlife participant Alivia Martin (age 5). 5. Mom/daughter duo Tarra and Emily Seifert. 6. When she isn’t teaching at the CESA 7 Alternative High School in downtown Green Bay, Jennifer Parins spends a large portion of her time as a volunteer helping foster and rehabilitate animals.
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