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5 things to do today (Fond du Lac Reporter)
by NewsReader 12-08-2006

The Christmas Schooner, play performed by the members of Bravo Childrens Theater, a fictional account based on historic events of a 19th century Great Lakes captain who is insistent upon sailing a ship id the face of a winter storm on Lake Michigan in order to bring a Christmas tree to some German immigrants in Chicago, directed by Robecca Fishelson-Wondra, tickets available at Wegners Office

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