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Hold Your Next Event at the Neville!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
The origins of the Neville Public Museum of Brown County began in 1915, when nine local women formed the Green Bay Art Club and held a modest exhibit of rare and important objects owned by area residents. 

During our yearlong Centennial Celebration we have a great combination of internally created exhibits including the 70th Art Annual Juried Exhibition, traveling exhibits such as Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs:  Fear and Freedom in America from the International Spy Museum and wonderful partnership exhibits including Centennial Architecture of Green Bay:  Berners-Schober and their Archives-100+ Years of Green Bay Architecture and Sisters in Spirit: Native American Stories in Rocks and Beads with Karen Ann Hoffman and Geri Schrab. 

This is the perfect time to join us at the Neville Public Museum for your next event.  We provide a unique combination of location, service, and environment to make us your ideal place for parties, meetings, corporate events, recitals and more.  For questions on room reservations, please email Jessica Day, or call her at 920-448-7872.  

Please visit for more details. 

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