Press Room2017-2018 Dinner Programs
August 7, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Neville Public Museum 2017-2018 Dinner Program Schedule Open for Registration
Green Bay, WI---August 7, 2017---The Neville Public Museum Foundation is pleased to offer a schedule of exciting and educational Dinner Programs! Dinners begin at 5:00 p.m. and the program begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Neville Public Museum.
The 2017-2018 Dinner Program schedule includes:
The History of Broadcasting in Green Bay – Radio & Television
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Presenter Tom Kiedinger will share the history of radio and television broadcasting in Green Bay. From a radio station at St. Norbert College to the beautiful WBAY building, this presentation will highlight stories and photos of early programming and personalities.
“Good Night Ladies”
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Ladies and Gentleman, there will be dancing, pantomime’s and historic costumes. Etiquette from days gone by, and fashion, hoops to hobble skirts is the theme of “Good Night Ladies”. Karen Cowan, Carol Jones and Vivian Tomlinson will unveil the age-old secrets of “feminine mystique”. Sure to be entertaining and delightful.
Nuts and Bolts of Neon
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Join collector and artisan Jed Schleisner for an electrifying look at the art and science behind the iconic signs featured in the exhibit Neon: Darkness Electrified. Jed will provide an exciting evening full of plasma demonstrations and stories of how he restores and collects vintage signs.
Anastasia Lee’s My Christmas Card to You
Thursday, December 7, 2017
The holiday season is known as “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!” Join us as International recording artist and 2016 Ashwaubenon High School graduate Anastasia Lee takes us on a musical journey as we harken back to those unforgettable memories of Christmas. Take a deep breath and remember those things that make you love and hold Christmas dear. Join Anastasia as she sings a veritable Christmas card full of fun and memories…and a surprise or two!
“Becoming a Latino in the United States”
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Professor Marcelo Cruz from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay addresses how latinos learn to be a “minority group” here in the United States. How do people of Latin American heritage navigate the layers of identity in the United States as they adapt, modify and resist U.S. identity politics. This program is intended to complement the Neville’s exhibit Estamos Aqui.
Celtic Hearth with Brian Cunningham & Gerry Sloan
Thursday, March 15, 2018
For thousands of years, the Celts gathered around the hearth of their homes to celebrate life and death in dance, story and song. From our hearth to yours, comes this unique experience where you share the life of the Celtic people with an interactive and engaging experience that calls you home. Celtic Hearth is an innovative Irish duo who bring together their passion for Celtic history, music, dance and culture into one unforgotten performance.
Wild About the Wildlife Sanctuary
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Enjoy an evening with Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary Director Mike Reed as he shares over 80 years of history and a look at current happenings at one of Green Bay’s most beloved destinations.
“Golda Meir, The Journey Home” with Jessica Michna
Thursday, May 10, 2018
How does a girl born in the Ukraine, raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, travel a path that will lead her to become Prime Minister of Israel? This informative, entertaining program, developed by Jessica Michna, explores that rather circuitous route. What roadblocks and detours were thrown in Golda's way and how did she overcome them? The journey is a fascinating one, filled with joy, sorrow, seriousness and humor. Let Golda, as portrayed by Ms Michna, tell you in her own words.
The cost per program is:
$20/ for each Neville Member
$25/ for each Non-member
You can find additional information and register online at www.NevillePublicMuseum.org.
Neville Public Museum Foundation
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303
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