Posted on April 4, 2016
SPRING ON THE FARM –Opening Event for the Heritage Farm
The Annual Celebration of “ Spring on the Farm” will be held on May 21 at the Heritage Farm located 5 miles south of Kewaunee at N2251 — Hwy 42. The site will be open to the public from 9:30am -3:00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be served from 9:30-3:00 Admission is free to everyone.
Come and enjoy the Opening Event of the Season for the Heritage Farm. The Pavilion will be filled with Demonstrations, Children ‘s Activities, Presentations, Exhibits and Vendors. Have your photo take in the decorated Cow Corral, The center of the Pavilion will feature our “ Famous Bake Sale”, with Kolaches,Kringles, Filled Coffeecakes, and Cinnamon Rolls. The bakery will bring back memories of Saturday mornings at your house as a child. The Heritage Farm Bakers will have items utilized in the classes for sale—flour, yeast, pans, hand embroidered towels, aprons etc.Special Attractions–. Antique Tractors, Horse and Wagon Rides(weather Permitting) Gasoline Engine display, and the Pink Fire Truck from Mishicot. Read more
Posted on April 2, 2016
KOLACHE, BAKING , DUMPLING AND INTERNATIONAL FOODS CLASSES
In 2006 as Chairman of the Czech/Kolache Festival a decision was made to introduce the Kolache to the Festival. We baked 2500 at the Heritage Farm. People would stop me and ask if I was the Kolache Lady. My reply ,” I guess I am” . I felt the Festival needed to focus on one of the most loved Sweet Dough treats made by most of our Czech mothers and grandmothers each Saturday morning. People constantly inquired if I would teach a Kolache Class-my answer —“I will consider it.” In 2007 I decided that I would try teaching the classes with the help of a team of wonderful ladies. . I sincerely thought that within 2 years the interest would diminish- 2016 is the 8th year I have been teaching the classes, each day I receive requests from all over the state . We have added Easter Baking, Christmas Baking, Dumpling Classes. Recently our group has developed the “International Foods Class” . I wanted to involve the 2 students attending Kewaunee High school living with Paul and Julie Thoreson. On April 30 a Dumpling Class with an International Flair will be taught. Teresa from the Czech Republic and Ana originally from the Ukraine , now living in Switzerland will be demonstrating and participating in the Dumpling Class with an International Flair. The recipes for the Ukrainian Borsch and the Czech Desserts are coming from their grandmothers.. The International Foods class will represent foods from : Czech Republic, Ukraine, Denmark , Germany, Poland and Germany. An entire dinner will be served at the conclusion of each class. This Fall the International Foods Class will be taught for UWGB –LIR at the Heritage Farm. The Heritage team for all the classes are: JoAnn Vogel, Manager, Voni Kinjerski, Julie Thoreson, Connie Roethle, Jean Sager, Marion Mlezvia, Mary Langer, Ethel Kuehl, & Linda Sinkula,
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Posted on March 17, 2016
History on the Move
Did you ever wonder what life was like in the pioneer days when the early settlers arrived here with horses and wagons? Why not find out? On June 9-11, a wagon train group, known as History on the Move will be traveling through Kewaunee County.
The group will start in Two Rivers, and travel to the Al Zellner residence on the shores of Lake Michigan, to spend the first night there. On June 10th, the train will undertake an ambitious trek from Al’s to Kewaunee, traveling along the scenic Lakeshore Road, with a rest stop in town, and a final push to the Heritage Farm, where they will spend the night. Any people interested in bringing a wagon or being an outrider need to email Matt Koltz at email@example.com or give him a call 920-360-4309. There are no available spots on wagons this year for passengers, but people are welcome to walk. Walkers are required to fill out the entry form, pay the daily rate for insurance purposes, and follow the rules.
If walking or riding along does not interest you, a visit with the train members at Heritage Farm will fulfill that desire. Wagons will be circled, and we will host a barn dance so you can meet with the group and have a little summer fun. Food and refreshments will be available. What a great family event to kick off a summer of fun!
Posted on March 16, 2016
Trip to Annual Red Power Round Up Friday June 17th, 2016
Cost Per Person: $55.00 includes: Transportation, Admission, Morning Snacks
**Reservations for Red Power Round Up are due no later than May 16th, 2016**
Please Return To:
Jerry Sinkula, Motor Coach Tour Coordinator
E3295County Road G
Kewaunee, WI 54216
Phone: 920-255-2815 (Any questions? Please do not hesitate to call me.)
Make checks payable to: AHR Inc. Tour
Full Payment is due with application to guarantee
placement on tour. Reservation deadline is May 16th, 2016.
Heritage Farm will be open at 5:30 am for parking and loading.
Lamers Coach will be leaving at 6:30 a.m. from Heritage Farm, N2251 State Road 42, Kewaunee, WI.
There will also have a pickup at the Park and Ride on 310 and I-43 (Two Rivers Exit).
We will leave event at 5:00PM. Coach will make stop at restaurant on trip home. (Meal expense on your own)
*Projected return time to Heritage Farm is 8:30 p.m.
($55.00) Full Payment per person
*Subject to having a minimum of 30 registered for coach. If we do not get thirty, registration will be fully refunded.