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2014 Destination Guide

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What to do t o THE FIRE in downtown Appleton has the artist, or even the artist-wanna-be, in mind. Create your own glass masterpiece to remember your time in the Fox Cities. From museums to hands-on art projects, there is so much culture in our communities. Catch a film, create a masterpiece or learn about our famous fox citians, including harry houdini. We offer a good time for all ages. The Arts APPLETON AREA COVENTRY GLASSWORKS & GALLERY 514 W. College Ave., Appleton 920-739-5762 | 800-236-6673 THE FIRE $ 230 E. College Ave., Appleton 920-882-2920 | theļ¬ Pottery, mosaic and glass fusing studio. FOX CITIES PERFORMING ARTS CENTER $ 400 W. College Ave., Appleton 920-730-3782 | The center proudly serves as a gathering place for the community to engage in educational opportunities while enhancing a greater understanding and appreciation of live performing arts, including Broadway and cultural performances. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY THEATRES $ 420 E. College Ave., Appleton 920-832-6749 | THE TROUT MUSEUM OF ART AT THE FOX CITIES BUILDING FOR THE ARTS $ 111 W. College Ave., Appleton 920-733-4089 | Gallery exhibitions, classes and special events. WRISTON ART CENTER 711 E. Boldt Way, Appleton 920-832-6621 Gallery located on the campus of Lawrence University. Features new exhibits five times a year. HEART OF THE VALLEY KIMBERLY AMPHITHEATER 426 W. Kimberly Ave., Kimberly 920-788-7507 | Cultural arts facility located in Sunset Park. WATERFRONT AREA AYLWARD GALLERY 1478 Midway Rd., Menasha 920-832-2889 | Contemporary, Midwestern local and student artists exhibit in this gallery on the campus of UW Fox Valley. UWFOX THEATRE $ 1478 Midway Rd., Menasha 920-832-2857 Student theater performances in an intimate setting.

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