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National Popcorn Day

Celebrate National Popcorn Day on January 19 ! 10% off all Popcorn at the Popcorn Shoppe !

Top 5 facts about popcorn
1. Americans consume 13 billion quarts of popcorn annually. That is 42 quarts per person !
2. According to the Popcorn Institute, almost 70% is eaten in the home and about 30% outside the home
3. Popcorn is a whole grain that contains fiber and is naturally low in fat and carbs.
4. Most popcorn is grown in the U.S., primarily in Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois and Kentucky
5. Oil popped popcorn has only 35 calories per cup

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Great Lakes Pet Expo

Join Pets for Vets at the 15th annual Great Lakes Pet Expo at State Fair Park Exposition Center on February 2. Over 143,000 sq ft of all things pet related. Sponsored by the Alliance of Wisconsin Animal Rehoming Efforts, a nonprofit consortium of shelters and rescues working together to save lives. For more information, visit the website at www.petexpomilwaukee.com

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Winterfest in Greendale

The Village of Greendale celebrates Winterfest on February 2 from 9am to 4pm.
Featuring: Cookie Decorating, Ice Carving, and a Chili Contest
Also, Sled Dogs, Winter Market at the Hose Tower, Snowman Building Contest, Love Letters to Service Men and Women and live music by The Eric Look Band.
Join the fun! Winterfest in Greendale!

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Dickens of a Christmas

Visit historic Greendale November 30, from 4pm-9pm, and celebrate the holiday season with the Greendale Lions Club at the annual Dickens of a Christmas Festival. Firepits, Christmas Lights, costumed characters and more to ring in the holidays.
Popcorn Shoppe hours will be extended to 9pm !

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Dreams Come True

Our first Dreams Come True event is this coming Friday!!!!
Please consider donating to help this young lady’s special day at Miller Park be one she never forgets!

Aliyah from Milwaukee,
She has been diagnosed with
Juvenile Huntington disease (HD) is a less common, early-onset form of Huntington disease that begins in childhood or adolescence. It is also a progressive disorder that causes the breakdown of brain cells in certain areas of the brain. This results in uncontrolled movements, loss of intellectual abilities, and emotional disturbances. Juvenile HD is defined by the onset of symptoms before age 20 years and accounts for 5-10% of HD cases. It is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern and is caused by a mutation called a trinucleotide repeat in the HTT gene. Most often, children with juvenile HD inherit the mutation repeat from their fathers, although on occasion they inherit it from their mothers Juvenile Huntington disease has a rapid disease progression once symptoms present. There currently is no cure. Treatment is supportive and focused on increasing quality of life Most people with juvenile HD to not survive more than 10 to 15 years after symptoms begin.

Thanks to Children's Hospital and the Milwaukee Brewers for making this Dream Come True !

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