The Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum (WCHM) will host its “Canoe & Brew” dinner event from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday September 25th, but at a new venue this year. The Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary will be the site for this third annual celebration in 2022. Despite the new venue, many features of the event will be similar to previous years. Prior to the dinner, guests can enjoy a brew or two from Round Man Brewing and discuss their beer sampling with the brew masters. Or maybe you will prefer a wine sample or two from Clarity Wine Shop. There will also be a meet and greet, live music, displays of some of the museum’s new collections pieces, and a chance to win some of the extra raffle prizes we’ll have for the day. It all leads up to a country style dinner catered by The Roost, followed by a short post-dinner program and the annual canoe raffle drawing.
“One of the fun, new things this year is that Hunt Hill is on Upper Twin Lake,” says event organizer and WCHM Treasurer Debbie Koehn, “so from 2:00 to 3:30 we'll have canoes available and you can go for a beautiful fall paddle before the rest of the event starts.” This year’s event will be limited to 75 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.