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Community Bulletin Board

The following list includes activities and opportunities for young people offered by organizations in the community.

If you are a organization serving youth/families and would like to include an event on the community Bulletin Board, please review the district's material distribution policy, then complete the distribution request form. The Community Bulletin Board is updated weekly on Wednesdays.

Lionfest 2018

Mark your calendars for the North Shore's best fest! Coming June 8, 9 and 10 to Thiensville Village Park. More information at http://tmlions.org/lionfest/.

Treasures of Oz Eco-tour

Explore Ozaukee's other coast - the Milwaukee River - on June 16, 2018, for the Treasures of Oz Eco-Tour. Seven sites will be staffed with top professionals, scientists and naturalists who are looking forward to sharing information on these treasure sites and related activities with everyone. If you want to be part of the natural places in Ozaukee, this may be your best day ever. More at: https://treasuresofoz.org

Can You Imagine?
A Night Under the Stars
Thiensville Village Park
June 2, 2018 

The Village of Thiensville is holding its inaugural semi-formal gala benefiting the Village Park ReImagined project. Tickets are on sale now. Your evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with cocktails & silent auction, dinner at 7 p.m., live auction, entertainment & dancing round out the evening. More information and registration: Gala in the Park.

Jonathan Clark House Heritage Days

Put away the electronics and experience life in Mequon-Thiensville as it was in the 1850s. The Jonathan Clark House Museum will host three events this spring and summer where participants can step back in time and learn more about early settler life in our beautiful community.

June 9: Dairy Farming Fun
August 18: Early Settler Chores

More information on the Jonathan Clark House website.