Special Event

Cornish Fest Pub Night

Friday, September 28, 2018

6:00pm - 10:00pm

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Pub Night at Pendarvis

Enjoy a drink and games in our recreated Cornish pub!Join us at Pub Night for live music, drinks with friends, dinner from Our Kitchen food truck, and games in our cozy Cornish pub! Enjoy your first drink for $10 and continue the evening with $5 refills. The unique Pendarvis House shield glass is yours to keep. Flashlight tours leave at 5:30 and 7:00 for $15 dollars and include a pint glass for Pub Night refills. Proceeds from Pub Night go to preserving and interpreting the beautiful buildings at Pendarvis Historic Site. Pub Night is sponsored in part by Farmers Savings Bank, Brewery Creek and Friends of Villa Louis.

 Join us at Pub Night for live music by The Tooles, drinks with friends, dinner from Our Kitchen food truck, and games in our cozy Cornish pub! Enjoy your first drink for $10 and continue the evening with $5 refills. The unique Pendarvis House shield glass is yours to keep! Flashlight tours at 5:30 and 7 include a pint glass for refills. Proceeds from Pub Night go to preserving and interpreting the beautiful buildings at Pendarvis Historic Site. Pub Night is sponsored in part by Farmers Savings Bank and Brewery Creek.

This event is part of Cornish Fest in Mineral Point http://www.cornishfest.org/

Register for the Flashlight Tours HERE

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Location

Pendarvis
Pendarvis, 114 Shake Rag St
Mineral Point, WI 53565-1063

Location Information

Tucked away in historic Mineral Point, Pendarvis celebrates the restoration and preservation efforts of Robert Neal and Edgar Hellum, who saved a significant part of Wisconsin’s past. Their legacy includes the six historic stone and stone-and-log cottages which comprise Pendarvis today, built by Cornish immigrants in the 1840s during the Wisconsin Territory's lead-mining boom. Nearby Merry Christmas Mine Hill still bears the signs of early mining activity, and a 43-acre restored prairie reveals the unspoiled wilderness found by the first arriving settlers.

Accessibility Information

Partially handicapped accessible. Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals requiring a wheelchair for mobility. Call ahead to make arrangements.