Special Event

Your Stuff, Your Story

Feb 17 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

The Wisconsin History Tour invites you to bring an item that has a story to tell, such as a historic photo or collectable item.

Feb 17 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Wisconsin's first newspaper was started in Green Bay! Learn about it and the serials collection at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Feb 17 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Join your hosts for a special screening of Green Bay’s first film, which provides a picture of the city over 100 years ago.

Feb 17 - Feb 17 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Trace the story of Wisconsin's first "bicycling boom" from 1869 through the 1890s with Jesse Gant, authors of the book "Wheel Fever."

Feb 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Preservation Coordinator, Katie Mullen, will share pragmatic ways to preserve a variety of family treasures.

Author Appearance

The Bingo Queens of Oneida

Feb 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Author Michael Hoeft will share the story of the Oneida women who had the idea for a bingo operation run by the tribe.

Feb 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

UW-Madison professor Dr. Patty Loew will share inspiring stories of those who helped sustain and nurture Wisconsin’s 12 Indian Nations.

Feb 19 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Dive into the history hidden beneath the waves of Lake Michigan with Underwater Archaeologist Tamara Thomsen.

Author Appearance

Flavors of Wisconsin

Feb 19 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Chef and cookbook author, Terese Allen, will share the history, and recipes, for some of the foods that have made northern Wisconsin famous.

Feb 19 - Feb 19 :: Titletown Brewery :: Green Bay

Join architectural historian Jim Draeger, at the Titletown Brewing Company for a speakeasy-themed happy hour.


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