Tea and Talk - conducted by Deb Anderson, Archives and Research Center Coordinator, UWGB Friday March, 14 th from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm To register call our Visitor Services Coordinator at 920.448.5150 ext 101 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scouts will be immersed in an 1848 schoolhouse setting led by a first-person re-enactor who takes on the role of a strict schoolmarm. Read, write and learn as students did in the time of one-room schoolhouses.
Personal Chef Tony Lison will be initiating his second interactive cooking class open to anyone who enjoys home cooking or would like to learn. Dates are February 25th, March 25th, April 22nd, and May 27th. Come by yourself, friends, or make it couples night.
Fort Howard Medicine 1830's - 1840's Conducted by Daniel Liedtke, Operations Manager/Curator of Collections National Railroad Museum To register call our Visitor Services Coordinator at 920.448.5150 ext 101 or email: email@example.com
Fort Howard was constructed in 1816 on the west bank of the Fox River and it connected eastern United States military forts with frontier outposts. A 12 foot stockade surrounded the perimeter of the 3 acre fort.