Kewaunee County Historical Society announces February History Series schedule
KEWAUNEE – The Kewaunee County Historical Society announced the programs and schedule for its February History Series.
All presentations start at 1 p.m. at the Kewaunee History Center, 217 Ellis St., Kewaunee. There is no charge to attend, and a complementary social with a light lunch and refreshments follows each program.
The programs are:
Feb. 3: Richard Dorner takes the audience on a trip through Kewaunee County at the turn of the 20th century via the memories of Lee Metzner, a Casco banker who grew up in Kewaunee and recorded memories of his youth. This program will present some of those memories found in his recorded interviews.
Feb. 10: Robert Lohrey from Ahnapee Town discusses how early farming on the county was performed with horses.
Feb. 17: Ben Joniaux talks about his family's tradition of making the Belgian food staples trippe and booyah. Samples will be provided. Joniaux works in the with the Wisconsin State Assembly in Madison and is trying to get booyah named as the state soup.
Feb. 24: Jim Schaller and Mike Kostka compare the city of Kewaunee as it was in 1938 to today.
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