September 2020
Generations Gallery Now Open!
Words cannot express the amount of gratitude we feel for everyone who has visited, contributed to, liked, shared, and commented on the new Generations Gallery since last month's grand re-opening! Bridging communities and connecting generations has long been our core mission, and now we have our dream space for our members and patrons to do just that.

Our housekeeping and guest services staff have procedures in place to keep public areas clean and disinfected before, during, and after your visit. We will be wearing masks to protect our guests, staff, and volunteers, and ask that all guests do the same. Visit our website to purchase tickets!
Explorer Wednesday
Wednesday, September 2
Noon-8:00 p.m.
Participate in Explorer Wednesdays during our Brown County Resident Free Day from noon to 8:00 p.m. Bring a friend and join the FREE fun!

Not only is admission FREE during this time, so is the take home project we will be offering. Come for Amazing Dinosaurs and the new Generations Gallery, leave with your very own activity kit!
Grandparents Day
Sunday, September 13
Celebrate Grandparents Day at the Neville Public Museum! To honor all grandparents on their special day, the Neville Public Museum is offering free admission to each and every grandma and grandpa on Sunday, September 13th. Support our mission of bridging communities and connecting generations in the brand new Generations Gallery! Reserve your visit online by clicking here or call (920) 448-4460 today.
2020 Day Camp
Begins Thursday, September 17
8:45 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
The Neville is excited to offer weekly day camps this fall. Whether you are looking for a break in a long week of virtual school, need a few hours of childcare to run errands, or want to have some time to get some work done from home, our drop-off day camps will keep the kids busy with some fun activities.

Click here to register for one or multiple dates. Registration for each Thursday closes the preceding Friday at noon. Registration for museum members is $15 and $20 for non-members.

NOTE: We require a minimum of five campers per date. If attendance falls below that level we will transfer your registration to a different date or issue a refund.
Saturday, September 26
10:00 a.m.-noon
Did you know that the Green Bay Packers held their training camps during the late 1940s at what is now Bay Shore Park? Known as Rockwood Lodge, it was possibly the first self-contained team training facility in NFL history! The Parkaeology program is co-presented by Brown County Parks and the Neville Public Museum at Bay Shore Park in New Franken. This program includes a presentation on the park's history and connection to the Packers, followed by hands-on archaeological excavation to locate artifacts. Pre-registration is required, so reserve your spot by calling the Parks Office at (920) 448-6242. Participant fee will be $3 for kids, $5 for adults, or $15 per family.
Keep Calm & Mask-it-on
What's the hottest fashion fashion accessory for Summer 2020? These
"I <3 Neville Public Museum" Stompy the Mastodon masks, of course! Get yours in our Gift Shop for a cool $8 and show everyone how much you heart the Neville and keeping your community safe.
Become Our Friend!
Now that the new Generations Gallery is open, we invite you to join us for a full year of exploration as a Friend of the Neville! Membership not only grants you full access to all of our exciting exhibits throughout the year, but also an exclusive Gift Shop discount, invitations to VIP events, and reciprocal admission to both the ASTC Passport Program and Time Travellers network nationwide! Already a Friend of the Neville? Membership makes a fantastic gift!
Stay safe and stay tuned for updates!
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