People tend to fall into one of two camps around Thanksgiving time.
There are folks who hit the stores over the weekend to do some intense holiday shopping, and then there are people who complain about those people.
It might feel like you’re taking a stand when you scoff at frenzied shoppers crowding the malls on Black Friday. It might seem like you’re taking the higher ground when you shake your head coworkers scouring the internet for deals on Cyber Monday.
But gripes don’t change things…actions do.
That’s why Fox Valley artist, Scott Wong, is continuing a worldwide event he launched called Flood the Streets with Art!, which encourages people everywhere to create rather than consume this weekend.
As the holidays roll around, we become so busy decorating our homes, sending cards and buying gifts that we forget to take time to celebrate Christmas! And I mean doing enjoyable things that give us that warm fuzzy feeling.
This year, let’s mark our calendars to make sure we venture out and do things we might not normally get to do. Here’s a helpful list of 19 2015 holiday events coming up in Northeast Wisconsin. What sounds fun to you?
For almost ten years, The ARTgarage in Green Bay has been a place where artists and art lovers go to be inspired.
If you’ve never stepped foot inside the 100 year-old former cannery turned art gallery and studio, you might be pleasantly surprised to find out about all the things that happen there.
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