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 November 2014

Dear WCAB friends,

Come to see the new exhibit at thePhantom Art Gallery and to the Frosty Palette, both WCAB sponsored events.  
Have a wonderful month.

The Waupaca Community Arts Board
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Phantom Art Gallery
"Meet the Artists"
Tuesday, Oct. 28
5 PM - 7 PM

As it is with phantoms, they move until they find a new home and the Phantom Art Gallery is on this move.  Its new home is in the windows of the storefront at 
101 N. Main Street, Waupaca.

"Meet the Artists"  of the new 
New Phantom Gallery Exhibit. Refreshments and lively conversation to go with the beautiful art.

Jan Mahoney-photography
Carolyn Rosenberger-watercolor
Jamie Hartman- photography
Shelley Smith-watercolor
Kathy Boettcher-watercolor
Sharon Radley -watercolor
Kevin Knopp -watercolor
Doris Weed-oil

Art may be purchased from an exhibit by contacting PAG volunteers at Embellishments or
Waupaca River Gallery & Gifts,
both on North Main Street,
Downtown Waupaca.

To be considered in a PAG exhibit, please email Anita at

The Waupaca High School Music Department Presents...

 The Waupaca High School Music Department continues its long tradition of presenting musicals to the community with its presentation of THE KING AND I!

Waupaca High School
Performing Arts Center

Sunday, November 2 at 2:30 PM
Tuesday, November 4 at  7:00 PM
Thursday, November 6 at 7:00 PM
Saturday, November 8 at 7:00 PM

Tickets are $8.00

Senior Citizen may receive half price discounted tickets for the performances on Sunday & Tuesday.

Tickets are available by contacting Waupaca High School at 
258-4131 ex. 1101

All Seating Reserved
Frosty Palette
Saturday, Nov. 15
1 PM - 4 PM
 The Waupaca Community 
Arts Board 
presents the Frosty Palette, 
a Holiday fundraising event!

Join area artists Doris Weed and Susan Martin as they guide you in creating four watercolor holiday greeting cards.

The class cost is $45 and includes all materials.  
Register in advance at Embellishments, 119 N. Main Street, Waupaca.

Hot cider and hors d'oeuvres.  

The event will be held at the 
Holly Center, 321 S. Main Street, Waupaca.

More information at
2014 Wega Arts
International Film Festival
November 12-15


2014 will mark the fourth annual Weyauwega International Film Festival in Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

In 2013 WIFF screened 38 films from 14 countries over four days. 

Some of the past Midwest Premieres include HOLY MOTORS, ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW &

 MOURNING HAS BROKEN which was the Best Feature of 2013.

 2013 pick for Best Documentary Short, THE LADY IN NUMBER SIX went on to win the Academy Award and the 2012 Best Narrative Feature, WEST OF THUNDER has gone on to be awarded both the Best Film (Peace) and Best Film (Human Rights) 2012 by the Political Film Society of Hollywood, CA.

For more information, go to


Save the Date for Upcoming WCAB Events

Phantom Art Gallery Exhibit Opening
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
5 PM - 7 PM

Frosty Palette
Saturday, November 15, 2014
1 PM - 4 PM

Chick Night
Winter 2015

Irish Wake
March 14, 2015

9th Annual Arts on the Square
Friday, August 14 & 
Saturday, August 15, 2015

Bach Festival
Returning in 2015!

Arts Summit
Returning in 2016!
Always check our website for more information on upcoming events, or how you can be involved.
Wega Arts Presents
Secrets of the Dead...a musical mystery!

Gerold Opera House
October 30, 31 
& November 1 at 6:30 PM

As World War One rages a surprising discovery
starts unraveling 

Featuring: Mezzo Soprano - Laila Salins

Craig Anthony Knitt

Accompanist - Larry Rothbard

Advance Tickets $25
($30 at the door)
Includes Dinner (Cash Bar)
Tickets available at the Coffee Klatsch, Weyauwega;
The Book Cellar,  Waupaca 
or online at

Lessons from the Art, Iola
"Sit, Sip and Paint"
Saturday, November 1
1 PM - 3:30 PM

Uncork your creative spirits!

We will not be at this class to create the perfect artist, but to create an atmosphere 

of fun and imagination.


Artist, Sharon Radley will lead the group in a "colors of Fall" acrylic canvas or create your own masterpiece.  

No experience is needed.


Sip some wine and experiment with a pallet of colors.


Class fee is $35.

Seven person minimum is required for this class.


For more information, go to 


Tomorrow River Concerts
Michael Smith
Saturday, November 15
7:30 PM

Michael Smith is a singer, songwriter with over 500 original songs to his credit.  

Living in Chicago, he comes to the Lettie Jensen Center
 to entertain you.

For more information, contact the Lettie Jensen Center, 
487 N. Main Street, 

To hear Michael, go to 
 fish fry  
Bass Ale Battered Haddock 
Wednesday and Friday night!

T-Dubs knows you like your traditional Wisconsin fish fry....and to accommodate your culinary desire, offers their delicious Bass Ale Battered Haddock every Wednesday and Friday night. 
 Pair this dinner with a wonderful craft beer from Central Waters Brewery.  
For dinner  reservations,
A big thank you to T-Dubs for sponsoring the WCAB newsletter.  Stop by the "pub" to show your appreciation.
111 S. Cooper Street
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