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 Zambaldi Beer'sDavid Malcolm will guide us as we will tackle the Irish Extra Red Ale. Like their darker cousin the stout, red ales are a traditional favorite in Ireland.
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.
Wednesday, March 4
Participate in Explorer Wednesdaysduring 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!
Hindsight is 2020: NWTC Artisan & Business Center Art Exhibit
Opens March 7
This juried exhibition features the artwork of NWTC's Artisan and Business Center students and instructors. Artists have been asked to take a retrospective approach to create an original piece of artwork, a task you'll find has been interpreted in a number of different ways. Some participants have chosen to reflect on past personal experiences or their journey as an artist to develop their concept. Others have taken a “retro” approach to their craft through its aesthetic and/or design techniques employed. Still others have chosen to create a piece with a social or political commentary.
Tuesday, March 17
The Neville Public Museum is home to well over one million artifacts, and there simply isn’t space to display them all at once. This month we’ll explore some rarely-seen artifacts from around the world.
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.
On display through April 5th are thirteen original pollinator-themed posters produced by area students (K-12) and submitted to the Brown County Department of Land and Water Conservation for judging. Brown County and regional winners were selected on the merits of theme, message, visual effectiveness, originality and universal appeal.
The Green Bay Art Colony: the Legacy Continues
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!
Target + Neville = <3
We're participating in the Target Circle program! You can vote for us and help direct Target's giving to benefit our nonprofit. For full program details and restrictions visit Target Circle. We appreciate your support!
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