The Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum (WCHM) is planning to celebrate its 11th anniversary with another “Canoe & Brew” dinner event from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday September 26th. This new event was first produced last year in collaboration with two prominent local businesses, Round Man Brewing and Pine Brook Farm, and both are returning to support the party this year.
Prior to the dinner, guests can enjoy a brew or two from Round Man Brewing and discuss their beer sampling with the brew master. Then stop by the meet and greet tent and visit with naturalist Haley Appleman from the Cable Natural History Museum, check out some of the museum’s new collections pieces, and take a chance on all the extra raffle prizes we’ll have for the day. Or just sit and enjoy the music of Les Fils du Voyageur and the beautiful autumn rural setting at Pine Brook Farm.
It all leads up to a fabulous country chicken and rib dinner in “The Big Barn,” the largest barn in the county that has been turned into a beautiful rural n event center, followed by a short post-dinner program and the annual canoe raffle drawing. “One of the great attributes of Pine Brook Farm is the large event space they have, both indoor and outdoor,” says event organizer Debbie Koehn. “We’re increasing the attendance levels from last year, but there will still be plenty of room to social distance.” This year’s event will be limited to 120 attendees, so reservations are highly recommended. The cost for this museum fundraising event is $30 per reservation, all fun included. You can make reservations by writing to email@example.com.
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