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Fit family: On the calendar

9:47 AM, Nov. 19, 2012  |  Comments
Appleton Family Ice Center is offering open ice time during winter break.
Appleton Family Ice Center is offering open ice time during winter break.
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HEAD OUT

Now through Dec. 10

The 14th annual Give a Child a Book program is under way at the Appleton Public Library. The book drive, which is scheduled to go through Dec. 10, gives children in need new books for the holiday season.

With the help of the Salvation Army, the Boys & Girls Club, La Leche League of Appleton and the Fox Cities PAC, donated books will be dispersed to children in the Fox Valley.

The library asks that all books donated are new, appropriate for children up to age 18 and are dropped off unwrapped. Paperbacks or hardcover books are accepted. The book drive donation box is located at the front entrance of the library.

For those who would like to donate, but don't have the time to shop for books, cash or check donations are also accepted. The Children's Services staff will take all cash and check donations, purchase age appropriate books and add them to the donation box.

SAVE THE DATE

Dec. 26, 27, 28 and 31

Appleton Parks & Recreation and Appleton Family Ice Center are teaming up to offer families open ice time over winter break. Appleton Family Ice Center is located in Appleton Memorial Park. Concessions are available for purchase. Free admission and $2 skate rentals. Hours are 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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