Saturday, September 12th, 2015
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Come celebrate the end of the seasonal harvest at Heritage Hill. Help with chores at the farm and see what fresh fruits and vegetables are in the farm kitchen and what recipes are being made. Stop by each of the gardens to view our bountiful harvest. Watch local beer brewers make beer from hops grown here at Heritage Hill in the summer kitchen. Visitors can help make sauerkraut with crops from our fields. Make a seasonal print at the print shop and check out what the blacksmith is making. Do not miss the Fur Trade area to find out how the fur traders prepared for the cold season. Meet local artisans and see their seasonal arts and crafts. View Heritage Hill’s quilt collection and see the Evergreen Quilters of Green Bay make quilts. Kids, make your own scarecrow craft to take home and more!
Heritage Hill is looking for individuals who would like to help us celebrate the seasonal harvest. We are looking for artisans, craftsmen, seasonal food items, and gardeners looking to show off their best of harvest. If you are interested or for more information, please download the following form. Participants must register in advance.
Upcoming Events at Heritage Hill
September 8 "Something for Everyone" Book Presentation and Signing (FREE)
September 9 Home School Program: Farmer Boy (must register in advance)
September 12 Harvest Fest (regular admission rates apply, Heritage Hill Members are FREE)
September 17 Bootlegger's Party (tickets available in advance)
September 24 Canning Workshop (must register in advance)
Michael Leannah Book Presentation and Signing of "Something for Everyone: Memories of Lauerman Brothers Department Store"
Tuesday, September 8th, 2015
6:00 pm Education Center and Gift Store open for book purchase
6:30 pm Presentation with signing to follow
Admission is FREE
Heritage Hill is hosting author Michael Leannah for the presentation and signing of his book, "Something for Everyone: Memories of Lauerman Brothers Department Store." As it brings to life the people who worked and shopped at Lauermans, "Something for Everyone" tells the larger story of the golden age of department stores in the United States and transports readers back to their own favorite shopping destinations.
"Something for Everyone" traces the history of the Lauerman enterprise and its importance to the community of Marinette and dozens of countries in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula. A Marinette native and onetime Lauermans employee himself, author Michael Leannah draws on his extensive research and interviews with former staff and customers to create a unique tapestry of family, business, and community history. He takes readers on a nostalgic tour of the store's most memorable and delightful features, from the plethora of merchandise offered to the record-listening booths to the famous "frosted malt" ice cream cones.
Weddings/Private Events at Heritage Hill
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