Kewaunee County will perform monthly siren tests on the first Wednesday of each month at approximately 11:45 am.
The sirens are for outdoor warning only, and are not intended to be heard inside a home or business. To be warned indoors about severe weather, the Kewaunee County Emergency Management office recommends that each residence have an NOAA weather radio, which can be purchased and programmed at their office.
Residents may also sign up for Code Red, a high-speed telephone emergency notification service that delivers notifications about tornado warnings, freezing water pipes, burn bans, persons of interest, public safety, missing persons and other emergency notifications. To register for Code Red, visit the secure website at kewauneesheriff.com and click on the logo CodeRed. For more information, contact the Kewaunee County Emergency Management Office at 920.845.9700.
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) is offering free computer classes at its Luxemburg campus at 133 Commerce Drive.
There will be two sessions: 9 am-noon Fridays, April 8 to May 6, and 5 – 8 pm Mondays, April 25 to May 23. The courses will cover changing screen settings, opening Word documents, editing text, creating a graphic, creating and deleting folders, sending emails and attachments, surfing the Internet and much more. Registration is necessary due to class size limits. Call 920.845.5945 or stop by the Luxemburg office. These classes are grant-funded through Bay Area Workforce Development.
International Migratory Bird Day will be celebrated at the Algoma Youth Club, 620 Lake St., Algoma, starting at 9:30 am on Saturday, April 9.
Events include a segment on photographing birds by Robert Kuhn, meet a turkey vulture from the Open Door Bird Sanctuary, and learn how to attract birds to your feeders and gardens from avian ecologist Kim Grieves and “birdscape” gardeners Mary Goodner and Cathy Pabich.