Hysterical Historical Series: The Life of Ebenezer Childs
2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI 54301
Heritage Hill and Let Me Be Frank Productions present: The Hysterical Historical Series
Series sponsor: Mike and Leanne Haddad
August 14th will be The Life of Ebenezer Childs
Ebenezer Childs was one of our forefathers of La Baye, or Green Bay. He loved to tell everyone of his many accomplishments even if they weren’t true, but these were! He made the first ox yoke for plowing in the territory, built a store for Daniel Whitney, was the first plaintiff to win a trial in Wisconsin, built the first road east of Green Bay to Kaukauna, built the first frame house in Wisconsin for Judge Doty and built the first saw mill in Indian Territory. All original songs from Frank Hermans.
Entrance will be through the Education Center, however the performance will take place a short walk down the hill in the Moravian Church. Please plan accordingly or call Heritage Hill at least 2 days in advance at (920) 448-5150 for special accommodations.
Tickets are $25 / General Admission and $20 / Member. and can be purchases by clicking the link above. Seating is not reserved – doors open at noon.