News

New pal is a lovely surprise

Feel as if you’re being watched as you traverse downtown? You’re not wrong; an observer has taken up residence inside the front window of SeedsNBeans Nature Store. She sits elegantly atop her perch and quietly oversees the comings and goings on Washington Street.

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Reigning monarchs

The city has received two designations in its efforts to create and conserve habitat for monarch butterflies, both as breeding area and migration stopover.

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Na Zdravi!

The brewery in Domažlice is producing a very special beer for the Czech Republic city’s celebration of Liberation Day. Two Rivers American Pale Ale will be a featured beverage as citizens observe the day Lt. Col. Matt Konop of Two Rivers led an advance party into his ancestral hometown to liberate it from Nazi occupation.

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Who says it’s “bizarre?”

In 2012, Bizarre Foods visited to film the Two Rivers Fire Department’s annual fish boil. The Travel Channel show depicts regional cuisine from around the world which is typically perceived as being disgusting, exotic, or, yes, bizarre. We just call it delicious.

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Explore winter

Watch a recent news segment about Woodland Dunes Nature Center & Preserve. Plus, check out informative videos made by The Swalers.

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Hit the trail

A special Ice Age Trail explorer backpack is available for checkout at the Lester Public Library. It was provided by the group that created, supports and protects the thousand-mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin.

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Keep your game fresh

The Two Rivers Parks & Recreation Department introduced its new golf simulator this week at the J.E. Hamilton Community House. Choose from more than 250 world-famous courses.

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Take a sweet stroll

Fresh lake air and quaint scenes! Embark upon a brisk walk or a leisurely stroll and enjoy downtown Two Rivers.

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Work in progress

The Magic Carpet project commenced Dec. 1: 25,000 square feet of new carpet with thread lying beneath to connect and power the devices you use in the places you work, learn and relax in the Lester Public Library.

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