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History Chats: Villages of Marathon County

Adults Join the Marathon County Historical Society for a series of weekly, virtual chats about a variety of interesting local history topics! In August, they'll discuss some of the county's villages!

  • Attend Thu., 8/18/22, 12:3012:45 p.m. @ Online (See event details.)
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History Speaks: The Story of the Badger Ammunition Plant

Adults Join the Marathon County Historical Society and author Michael Goc for a fascinating look at an important piece of Wisconsin's military history: the Badger Ordinance Works plant.

  • Sat., 8/27/22, 23 p.m. @ Marathon County Historical Society (Wausau)

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Meet a Police Officer!

Children Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a police officer? Join us for a story time about these community helpers and meet a real police officer with the Wausau Police Department!

  • Thu., 9/22/22, 1010:45 a.m. @ MCPL Wausau
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Readers Are Writers: Tween Writing Group

Children Registration Drop-in Tweens ages 8-14 are invited to participate in a new virtual writing group with activities tailored to their age group and new content each month! Registration is required.

  • Register 9/19/30/22 @ Online (See event details.)
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Central Wisconsin Book Festival
Wausau Poetry Walk

Adults Drop-in Poetry from writers across Wisconsin will be exhibited downtown Wausau in September for the Central Wisconsin Book Festival Poetry Walk, in partnership with the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets!

  • 9/19/30/22 @ Downtown Wausau

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