Posted on March 2, 2014
KOLACHE & BAKING CLASSES
KOLACHE / BAKING CLASSES
Our students always arrive with smiles on their faces, laughing and enjoying the new experience while taking their places, with bowl and wooden spoons ready to make their kolache dough, you need to measure, listen for directions and do not mix too slow, for it is the quality of the dough that I teach, is excellence , hopefully without the necessity for me to preach, the end result is amazing as it comes from the ovens, so brown and light, all students take their bakery home for the husbands, wives, and friends delight.
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Posted on January 26, 2013
The arrival of the Wayside School, an exciting day at the Heritage Farm!
Posted on August 20, 2012
HERITAGE FARM—VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Have a few hours to spare?
Interested in our area’s Agricultural Heritage and Czech Culture?
FESTIVALS, KOLACHE BAKING CLASSES, HERITAGE DAYS, OKTOBERFEST, TRACTOR RALLY-ETC
IF YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS, CONSIDER BECOMING A VOLUNTEER!!
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL : JIM RABAS—304-0118, JOANN VOGEL—920-682-6615 PEGGY KOHNLE—776-1399 OR DALE SWOBODA—323-3323.
Posted on January 5, 2012
Agricultural Heritage & Resources, Inc. is pleased to announce the unveiling of Kewaunee County Area Barn Quilts Project. Over the course of the next few weeks, the barns will be added to the gallery on our Barn Quilts Site. Please join us there to learn about the driving tour, see a map, and view the stories and images relating to these great quilts – as well as the farms and buildings they adorn.