Office Suites at the Connective

WOMEN IN BUSINESS TAKE NOTICE. This property has two private offices available with access to shared conference room and beautiful lobby to greet clients available within a shared suite. Offices are 12×12 or 12×14 feet, unfurnished. Rent includes WIFI, utilities, and easy parking. Rent one or both offices. (Wellness professionals: Note this space doesn’t offer sinks in the office spaces available. Best suited for business services.)

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Wine and Tapas Night at Mona Rose Winery

Mona Rose Winery is excited to host their second Wine and Tapas* Night with Chef Ace Champion and Edie Gabriel from Edie’s Kitchen.

You will Three tapas: Two creations from Ace, and the third one on the sweeter side (cheese cake and truffles) from Edie.

As always, Ace is sure to entertain with his favorite cooking tips and positive mindset!

More Information

Wednesday, September 25th

Doors open at 5:30 pm with our first tapas at 6:30 pm.

Event is $30. Wine sold separately. RSVP/Advance Reservations to (920)371-2995 or

Definitely De Pere: Events Happening Downtown De Pere this Weekend


For Immediate Release
Events Happening Downtown De Pere this Weekend

Yoga in the Park | Thursday, July 11

Farmers Market | Thursday, July 11

Art Walk | Friday, July 12

Food Truck Rally | Sunday, July 14

De Pere, WI (July 9, 2019) – It’s going to be a lively and entertaining weekend downtown De Pere. Definitely De Pere is excited to announce the second Farmers Market, Art Walk, and Food Truck Rally of the season as well as the first Yoga in the Park. Farmers Market and Yoga in the Park kick off the festivities on Thursday, July 11. Art Walk takes place on Friday, July 12 with a trolly taking visitors throughout downtown to enjoy artists, live music and more. And, the weekend wraps up at Food Truck Rally on Sunday, July 14 with delicious food, drink, and family fun.

Farmers Market | Thursday, July 11
Explore downtown De Pere at the Farmers Market presented by BayCare Clinic on

Thursday evenings through September 26 from 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm (7:00 pm in September) for live music, delicious food, cold beverages, shopping and more. The market takes place on George Street between Broadway and Wisconsin Street.

Visitors will enjoy an intimate setting with beautiful river views, picturesque sunsets, and great company! This years expanded market features a wonderful variety of products. With over 30 vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, meats and eggs, breads and baked goods, specialty foods, and handcrafted items, there is something for everyone.

Yoga in the Park | Thursday, July 11

Join Flow Yoga Studio in a community practice of yoga every Thursday from July 11 through August 22 at 6 pm at Voyageur Park, overlooking the beautiful Fox River. The free outdoor class, presented by Nicolet National Bank, offers a quiet retreat to unwind and reenergize for yogis of all skill levels. Attendees are invited to bring family and friends, a yoga mat, and water bottle for a fun summer evening in downtown De Pere!

131 N Broadway, Ste D | De Pere WI 54115 | 920.403.0337

Art Walk | Friday, July 12

Art Walk presented by Pomp’s Tire Services takes guests through various businesses showcasing professional and emerging artists. There will be 20+ venues hosting 40+ artists exhibiting and selling a variety of media including painting, jewelry, ceramics, graphics, basketry, photography, glass, and more.

Attendees will enjoy live outdoor music while meeting local artists and discovering De Pere’s charming and historic downtown. The event also highlights six outdoor murals decorating downtown and an outdoor seasonal public art exhibit featuring 10 sculptures that enliven the streetscape of De Pere.

A free trolly will take visitors from the east side to the west side operating in a continuous loop throughout the event. The pick up/drop off location will be at the corner of George and Broadway Streets and in the Nicolet Square parking lot by the artlessBastard. Attendees can pick up the artist listing with a map from these two locations as well.

Food Truck Rally | Sunday, July 14
Food Trucks will gather in the heart of downtown De Pere this Sunday, July 14, from 4:00 –

8:00 pm for an evening of good food and wholesome family fun! The second De Pere Food Truck Rally presented by Performa Architects and Engineers features a variety of food trucks. Guests can enjoy favorite bites, ethnic specialties, sweet treats, and craft beer.

The family friendly event will include live music from local artists, outdoor games including life size Connect Four, Jenga, Tic-Tac-Toe, and Corn Hole Toss as well as other activities for all to enjoy. There will be face painting, henna, balloon animals, and fun for the kids.

Located just steps from the Fox River Trail, the De Pere Food Truck Rally is a special place to be this Sunday evening!

Definitely De Pere is a 501(c)(3) non-profit nationally accredited Main Street Program and a Business Improvement District. The purpose of the organization is to improve quality of life through assisting in the revitalization of the downtown. Definitely De Pere does this through economic development, promotions, special events, design and beautification.

Media Contact:

Tina Quigley, Executive Director (920) 403-0337


De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce Presents 4th Annual Community Art in the Park Event, July 14.

For Immediate Release


De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce Presents 4th Annual Community Art in the Park Event, July 14.


De Pere, WI (July 7, 2019) – The De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to join us in sharing the appreciation of various forms of art in our community at Art in the Park on Sunday, July 14 from 10:00am – 4:00pm. This event will feature a Children’s Area, food vendors/trucks, live music, artist demonstrations, and more.


Art in the Park will be held at Voyageur Park, 100 William Street, De Pere. We look forward to hosting a variety of artists and encouraging the community to participate in and appreciate the arts. Vendors will have products for sale throughout the day. Come out to the park and see all of the different art vendors!


This event is made possible by the following; TundralandTitle Sponsor, Wisconsin Public ServiceArtist Sponsor, Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.Music Sponsor, Creative Kids RockChildren’s Area Volunteers. Music by Anastasia Lee, Green Bay Harp Choir, Kinco Reinhardt, RosyThornyDay, The Gang and more to be announced. Food and beverages from Fun Fest Foods, Gourmet Corn, Papa Johns, and Street Grub.


The De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) non-profit. We are a member-owned organization built up of staff, interns, and plenty of volunteers. Our Mission is to advance the interests of member businesses through business development and community involvement to stimulate economic growth in the De Pere area. Our Vision is to make De Pere a destination for living, travel, and business.


Media Contact:

Amber Thiel, President |

441 Main Ave (inside of Chase Bank)

De Pere WI 54115



De Pere Fire Relief Fund: Questions and Answers – How to Get Involved


De Pere Fire Relief Fund

Questions and Answers

May 7, 2019

On April 24, 2019, an historic building collapsed during a massive fire on De Pere’s east side. Definitely De Pere, in consultation with the City of De Pere and Brown County United Way, has established a fire relief fund. The purpose of this fund is to assist individuals and businesses affected by the fire with their immediate unmet needs. Eligible applicants for assistance include residential and business tenants of 100 and 106 Broadway.

There is a significant and urgent need for fire victim assistance. Immediately following the fire, Definitely De Pere began outreach to the fire victims to gather their personal stories and offer support. This process is ongoing and continues to reveal information on significant gaps in what insurances will cover and the actual monetary costs incurred by apartment residents and business owners. Some victims have no fire insurance coverage.

The apartments and businesses located at these addresses experienced losses estimated to be as much as $1,000,000. The gap is estimated to be close to half that amount. To date, $22,121 has been raised for the De Pere Fire Relief Fund. Additional donations to the fund are welcomed and encouraged.

There are various ways in which individuals, businesses and foundations may donate to the fund:

Checks should be made out to De Pere Fire Relief Fund

Donations will be accepted through May 24th, with 100% of every contribution going directly to fire victims.

Information on how to apply for assistance through the fund will be publicly available by May 27th. Pending available dollars, it is anticipated that the fund will help compensate victims for losses not covered by personal or business insurances such as:

  • Personal care items
  • Clothing and furniture
  • Household supplies
  • Medical prescriptions and supplies
  • Food
  • Business-related capital expenditures

There are additional ways in which you can help:

Companies can plan a fundraiser or support the efforts that are currently under way. Several businesses have already coordinated activities in a quick, practical way to help make a difference.

Nicolet National Bank coordinated a ‘Jeans Day’ and asked anyone who wanted to wear jeans to work, to contribute $5 or more to the De Pere Fire Relief Fund. They were able to raise $1,300 in a single day.

The Runaway Spoon offered packaged dinners for sale for two. They received approximately 40 orders, which they hand delivered. Many of their clients donated beyond the price of the meals, and shared their message to raise awareness in the community. In total they were able to raise $1,156.

For one day, Gallagher’s Pizza donated 20% of their sales from all three locations to the fund and also collected general donations totaling $2,415.

Jenstar Movement Studiois hosted ‘Classes for a Cause’. Attendees were asked to make a minimum donation of $25 to attend and take part in a variety of fitness classes, raffles and a live interactive community art project. The total raised for the general fund was $1,100.

The City of De Pere has coordinated a ‘Fire Relief Jeans Day’ where City staff members who want to wear jeans that day are asked to make a $5 donation.

The Green Room is hosting a ComedyCity Family Fun Show on Tuesday, May 21 at 6 pm. Admission is $10 and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Fire Relief Fund. Following this show is Comedic Neutral – Live Comedy at 8 pm. Tickets are $7 and The Green Room will be donating a portion of the ticket sales to the fund as well.

Great Harvest Bread Co. is doing a ‘take what you want, pay what you want’ from 2 – 6 pm Wednesday, May 22 on all items in the store.

Luna is selling one pound bags of their Life Boat Blend coffee with 100% of the first 35 bags sold benefiting the fund.

If you are coordinating a fundraiser, or plan to, please emailDefinitely De Pere and they will promote the event via their weekly newsletter and through social media outlets.

For more information, visit the Definitely De Pere website at on Facebook, or contact Tina Quigley at tina@definitelydepere.orgor (920) 403-0337.

Rental Space Available: 305 & 307 Reid Street

Located next to The Abbey
2800 square feet upper with full basement
On site parking
Tenant pays utilities and minor maintenance & upkeep in building
Garbage pick-up, lot maintenance & snow plowing is included
Looking for a minimum of 60 months
It could be split up, but depending upon use, may need some build-out.
Looking to get $12/sq. annual
If interested please contact Kerry Counard at 920-660-3650.

Thrivent: Get Tips to Maximize Retirement Income and Create an Estate Strategy

Get tips to maximize retirement income and create an estate strategy.

Join Thrivent Financial for a free workshops!

How to Thrive in Retirement®
Taking control of your financial path

Thursday, April 11th at 6pm – 5 Keys to Retiring Fearlessly

Thursday, April 18th at 6pm – Social Security: Timing is Everything

Retirement is something many of us look forward to with anticipation. Turn that anticipation into action by assessing your retirement income sources and discovering tips to maximize your Social Security benefits. Plus, consider ways to leave something to those you care about.

These sessions are hosted by Julie Coppersmith, and feature Thrivent Financial guest speaker Dave Passehl.

Please call 920-362-4890 or email to reserve a place for yourself and a guest.

Workshops will be held at the Thrivent office located at
2301 Riverside Dr.

Refreshments will be served.

Upcoming Board Game Events at The Game Capital

Potion Explosion Game Day – Sunday, April 7th (All Day)
Come play Potion Explosion! Don’t know how to play? Don’t worry, our alchemists will help teach you the ropes. Prizes include special play mats and potions!

King of Tokyo Game Day – Sunday April 14th (All Day)
Find out who is the real king of Tokyo at our King of Tokyo event! New to the game? No problem, our staff will teach you the ropes! Prizes include new cards, and a new character! Come and play at any time!

Cursed Court Game Day – Sunday. May 12th (All Day)
Come play some Cursed Court! Special game prizes include special starting bid tokens, and entirely new sets of bidding tokens! Don’t know how to play? Our staff will help teach you the ropes! Show up any time!

For more information, visit The Game Capital website.