Hops on the Hill - annual beer & food tasting event
Thursday July 24th, 2014
Time: 6:00 p.m. -8:30 p.m.
Heritage Hill State Historical Park and Dean Distributing present the 6th Annual “Hops on the Hill” beer and food tasting to benefit Heritage Hill’s Educational Programming.
Sample 50 craft brews from Dean Distributing and 17 of your favorite Green Bay restaurants will have food to try. Plus enjoy great music! You may also bid on live auction items including autographed Packer’s memorabilia and tickets, overnight stays, spa packages and more!
Advance tickets $45.00 at the door $50.00. Tickets on sale now at Heritage Hill or online HERE.
Participating restaurants include: 1951 West, Black & Tan Grille, Brett Favre's Steakhouse, Cheesecake Heaven, Chives Dining, The Fox Valley Chapter” of The American Culinary Federation, Gallagher's Pizza, Grazies Italian Grill, Great Harvest Bread Co., Green Bay Distillery, HuHot, Jajora, Luna Cafe, Mustardseed Cafe, Regatta 220, St. Brendan's Inn, Ten O One Club, Texas Roadhouse, The Marq, The Runaway Spoon, Rustique, Titletown Brewing Company, Zesty's Frozen Custard, Ziggy's Inn
Thank you to our event sponsors/VIP participants:
Miller Power Systems
Heritage Players - Sunday, July 27 ~ 1:00 pm performance
Now in their 18th season of breathing life into local history, the Heritage Players will present "They Came to Wisconsin: Immigrant Stories and Songs" this summer in Heritage Hill’s Moravian Church. The company of 21 adults and children will perform stories and songs illustrating the immigrant experience from the decision to emigrate through the first years in Wisconsin. The Players are directed by Stu and Bev Smith with music by Mary Eisenreich.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Gates open at 5:00pm. Concert begins at 6pm.
Listen to Fay’s smooth and colorful voice as she and the band Limited Edition perform standards, soft jazz, folks and blues. This trio will put on a concert you won’t want to miss! Feel free to bring a lawn chair and a picnic lunch to make the evening enjoyable. Transportation and concessions are available.
August 2nd and 3rd – WWI & WWII Experience
Times: Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm and Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Come experience WWI and WWII. Learn about the similarities and differences: causes, weapons, and the lasting legacies of both wars. Re-enactors portraying soldiers of Company E, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry will guide you as you inspect the equipment, weapons, uniforms, and gear typical of a soldier from 1914-1918. Watch and participate in the training activities of WWI soldiers, including skirmish drills, trench clearing exercises, boyonet training, and field drills.
Gnome Games will be here to allow our guests to play and learn from MEDIC! - WWI Trench warfare was an ugly affair and in MEDIC! German stretcher teams race to clear wounded from the trenches and send them to the rear. Specific times apply for this activity.
Regular admission rates apply.