It's time everyone! ART ON 5TH is Alive! So, a little bit about our center for the visual arts. Our main focus is to be inclusive instead of exclusive. We are all about you feeling good about the visual art you create. If you like to draw stick people on note book paper and you become a member of ART ON 5TH we will be happy to show your work. It's just that simple. Come in and see what we are up to with this project. Information brochures and membership forms are also available in our office and on the 3rd floor. Don't be shy...come in and give it a try. We have great things planned for you.
You may download the Membership Form from here; Just [right click] and
Send with your check to:
Clear Lake Area Community Center
560 5th Street
P.O. Box 305
Clear Lake, WI, 540053-2233
This space is located in adjoining rooms 101 and 103 at the North end of the building accessible through exterior door number 6 from the Northeast parking lot.
It is available to anyone looking for a venue for a party, a banquet, a wedding reception or dance.
For more information and rental rates call the CLACC business office at 715-263-2233. Please leave a message if you get the answering machine. We will return your call as soon as possible.
Photo by Nicole Anderson.
Wisconsin Remembers Exhibit
Hosted by: Wiley Davis American Legion Post 108 - Clear Lake
Was on: August 18 - 20
Time: 9:30 am - 5 pm Daily
Where: Events Room ~ at the Clear Lake Area
Community Center (entrance on 4th St)
Wisconsin Remembers Exhibit Puts a Face to Every Wisconsin Name Listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.
Wisconsin Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Television and the Wisconsin Veterans Museum are pleased to share Wisconsin Remembers: A Face for Every Name - a traveling exhibit that features a photo for each of the 1,161 Wisconsinites officially listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The exhibit also includes additional photos for names that are listed on The Highground Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Neillsville, WI. Wisconsin Remembers is a tribute to lost life and lost potential.
The photos were collected by volunteers from throughout Wisconsin over the past eight years. Friends and family of those who were killed in Vietnam submitted photos, but so did students, teachers and others who simply wanted to put a face to the names listed on the Wall in Washington, D.C. The images they found will help tell the story of the men and women who are listed on the Wall as part of a new Education Center the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is building on the National Mall. Wisconsin was just the fifth state in the nation to find a photo for every resident listed on the Wall.
For further information on the Wisconsin Remembers Exhibit please contact Neil Lillie at 715-263-3020.