January 2019
We thank all of you for your support in 2019
and look forward to a spectacular 2020!
Neville Cellar Series: German Doppelbock
Brewing: Tuesday, January 7 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Bottling: Tuesday, January 21 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 Hinterland Brewery's Scott Kissman will guide us as we will tackle the German Doppelbock. Doppel, meaning "double," is a bigger, stronger version of the German-style bock beers.

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.  
SPARK! Guns & Gowns
Tuesday, January 21
10:00-11:00 a.m.
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
Green Bay Area Public Schools: Fine Arts Pathway Schools Display
Open now!
This annual student art display features approximately 200 pieces of current artwork by GBAPS students attending the Fine Arts Pathway Schools of East High School, Washington Middle School, and Webster Elementary School. 

Fine Arts Pathway schools offer students the unique opportunity to build and hone their skills in all aspects of the arts from kindergarten through senior year of high school. Several serious research studies have shown the positive impact the arts have on academic success.

Creativity, imagination, and innovation are highly desired skills in many professional and technical career fields.
The holidays may be over...
...but the memories live on! Revisit seasons past while creating new traditions at the Neville. H.C. Prange's department store classics, including Snow Babies and Dolls of Christmas Past, continue to enchant and entertain through January 12, 2020. There is truly something for everyone as we celebrate Green Bay's rich history of making merry!
Dinner Program: American Medley
Thursday, February 20
5:00-7:00 p.m.
February will be here before you know it, so make sure you have your tickets for our upcoming Dinner Program. 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
Rent our Theater for your Recital
Space available for your next event!
It's time to book spring recitals! Our theater offers seating for 132 people, a large stage and controlled lighting system. A Mason and Hamlin seven foot grand piano is available for recitals and performances.
Click here to consider our facility rental options, or reach out directly to Guest Services Coordinator,  Laura Pickart  at (920) 448-7872.
Neville Public Museum Foundation | 920-448-4460 | www.nevillepublicmuseum.org