February 2020
Martin Luther King Jr. Student Art
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Since 1995, the Brown County Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee has challenged area students to paint, draw, or draft a piece of creative writing in celebration of Dr. King. Celebrate the legacy of a dream and the creative interpretations of this year's theme, 2020: Envision Change. Act Now .
Delay of Game Returns
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Just in time to celebrate Black History Month, we have brought back excerpts from our award-winning exhibit Delay of Game: Experiences of African American Football Players in Titletown . Explore how the experiences, challenges, and contributions of African American Packer players have changed this community. The exhibit won The American Association for State and Local History's Leadership in History Award of Merit, as well as the Museum Exhibit Award from the Wisconsin Historical Society in 2019.
Neville Cellar Series: Czech Imperial Pilsner
Brewing: Tuesday, February 4 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Bottling: Tuesday, February 18 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
The newest season of the Neville Cellar Series celebrates Northeast Wisconsin’s brewing heritage by creating beers high gravity recipes inspired by German, Czech and Irish brewing traditions. Learn the history behind the recipes, while gaining tips from the pros on how to make quality beer at the homebrew scale.

Guest brew masters from area craft breweries will share their brewing expertise and samples of their beer. This month Badger State Brewing's Brian Jacobs will guide us as we will tackle the Czech Imperial Pilsner. This classic blond lager is named after the city of Pilsen in the Czech Republic. Our version will be fortified with greater amounts of malts and hops to create a refreshing high gravity beer.

Member Rate: $20 per person Non-Member Rate: $25 per person

Cost includes two 12 oz. bottles of each recipe per person. A session includes the brewing and bottling workshop. Pre-registration is required. Sorry, no refunds. Purchase your tickets here !

 Note: participants must be 21 years of age to participate, or be accompanied by an adult.  
Explorer Wednesday
Wednesday, February 5
5:00-7:00 p.m.
Participate in  Explorer Wednesdays   during our Brown County Resident Free Night from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Bring a friend and join the FREE fun!

Not only is admission FREE during this time, so is the make-and-take project we will be hosting. Inspired by the fantasy and fashion of Guns & Gowns , we're making paper dolls!
SPARK! 105th Green Bay Art Colony Exhibit
Tuesday, February 18
10:00-11:00 a.m.
Get a behind the scenes tour of our 105th Green Bay Art Colony exhibit. You’ll meet artists whose work is on display, learn about the history of the club, and participate in a short project led by an expert artist.

SPARK!   is a cultural program for people with early to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners.

Programs are designed to keep participants actively engaged in their communities by providing experiences that stimulate conversations, provide peer support, and inspire creativity through engaging in museum experiences.

To register call Ryan at (920) 448-7840 or email  Ryan.Swadley@browncountywi.gov
Dinner Program: American Medley
Thursday, February 20
5:00-7:00 p.m.
This month we will be welcoming Billboard Charting Singer, Anastasia Lee, and award winning violinist, Alicia Michelle for a journey through American Romance Music just in time for Valentine’s Day. Come join the ladies as they take you through World War II American music and relive memories of days gone by. 

Dinner will be served at 5:00 p.m. followed by a holly jolly performance at 6:00 p.m. in our theater. Click here to order tickets directly or c all Katy at (920) 448-7874 with questions.

Neville Members: $20 per person Non-Member Rate: $25 per person
The Green Bay Art Colony: the Legacy Continues
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In 1915, nine women created the Green Bay Art Club to assure that art and culture would be part of the local community. That same year, they organized a one-week exhibit of historically significant objects in the basement of the original Kellogg Library at the northeast corner of Jefferson and Doty streets. 
Every year since 1927 an exhibit of the Colony members’ current artwork has been exhibited at the Neville Public Museum. Nearly one hundred years later, we invite you to see how The Legacy Continues !
Birthday Party with Us!
Did you know? The Neville offers themed birthday parties ! We do all the work so you can enjoy your special day. Each party includes decorations, a themed activity, museum admission for up to 15 guests, and more! We have tons of exciting extras that you can add on too, including delicious food from our partners Monzù Bakery & Custom Cakes and Glass Nickel Pizza Co.
Click here to consider our facility rental options, or reach out directly to Guest Services Coordinator,  Laura Pickart  at (920) 448-7872.
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