October 2018 Part II
Brown County 200th Birthday Bash
Friday, October 26
10:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Brown County was founded on October 26, 1818. In honor of this Birthday come to the Neville Public Museum and participate in family-friendly, activity-oriented fun with an educational twist on the history of Brown County (1818-2018)!

Enjoy activities like:
-Dance and musical performances from Navah Mirage, Nia Africa/African American Dance/Drumming Group, Kaleidoscope Dance Studio, Tonantzin Dance Company 
-Birthday Cake Decorating Competition 
-Wine Samples from Captain's Walk Winery
-Historic Entertainment by Frank Hermans (Let Me Be Frank Productions) as Jacob Brown
-BicentenniALE available for purchase at Copper State Brewing Co./ Titletown Brewing Co. tap rooms
-Food Trucks
-Fireworks Display at Dusk
Halloween at the Neville
Saturday, October 27
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Explore the museum and discover the stories behind creepy artifacts from our collections at special stations throughout our second floor "On the Edge of the Inland Sea" exhibit! 

While you're here visit "BEES," "Delay of Game," and "Our Brown County!" 

Halloween at the Neville is free with regular museum admission ($7/adult, $3/kids, free/museum members)
Bring the whole family and learn how to make delicious natural soda at the Neville Public Museum. These hands-on workshops are fun and educational. Learn about how soda is made and how you can make it at home. As a bonus, you’ll get to walk away with two 16 oz. bottled sodas per person!
Neville Soda Series: Orange Citrus
Saturday, November 10, 2018
11:00 a.m. - Noon
Neville Member Rate: $5 per person
Non-Member Rate: $6 per person

In each class two versions of the recipe will be made, one with all natural ingredients and one with extract.  

Which version will be better? You decide! 

Pre-registration is required. Registration can be done over the phone by calling 920-448-7847, in person at the museum, or online by clicking the links below. Sorry, no refunds
Dinner Program: Harry Sydney, Life Beyond Football
Thursday, November 8
5:00 p.m.

Presenter Harry Sydney overcame many obstacles on his path to becoming a Super Bowl winning player and coach, leading to the creation of “My Brother’s Keeper.” Learn how Harry’s move to Green Bay changed him and how he continues to improve lives in Titletown.  

Each Dinner event will begin with a dinner at 5:00 p.m. in the Neville classrooms followed by a program at 6:00 p.m. in the theater. 

Registration is required.
No refunds will be given.
Space is limited.
Register early!
Check-in will be at the door the day or night of the event.
No tickets or confirmation will be sent.
You may call to confirm your reservation: 448-7874

Program Cost:
$20 for each NPM member
$25 for each Non-member
Become a member and save!
Holiday Volunteers Needed!

Children Only Shop

We're in need of volunteers to help kids choose gifts (no parents allowed-gifts are a surprise!) and wrap gifts in the Children Only Shop! You can find available dates and times here.

Email Rachel for more information about volunteering for the Children Only Shop!

Bruce the Spruce

Become Bruce the Spruce! Share in the magic of the holidays by bringing Bruce the Spruce to life! Volunteers are needed to adopt the character of Bruce the Spruce and tell of his adventures with Santa Claus.

Email Ryan for more information about volunteering for Bruce the Spruce!

Parties with a View
Looking for rental space with a view? Our Mezzanine is the perfect choice. Offering views of Downtown Green Bay and the Fox River, it's a perfect space for a party! Serve appetizers or dessert and coffee in the space, or host a business meeting!

There is also the option to have your guests visit the museum.

We offer spaces throughout the Museum including our meeting rooms, Neville Theater, and Mezzanine.

Mention that you saw this listing in the e-newsletter and get 10% off your rental fee!
Neville Public Museum Foundation | 920-448-4460 | www.nevillepublicmuseum.org