Posted on November 24, 2013
Agricultural Heritage & Resources to celebrate the completion of the Heritage Center with a Winter Gala on December 7, 2013
With the major winds that did so much damage at Heritage Farm on August 7th, we could have said that Agricultural Heritage and Resources had a disastrous year.
In retrospect, there was a silver lining behind that storm cloud. It showed what a special organization AHR is. It brought their volunteers, community and local businesses together in our time of need to help rebuild the facilities at Heritage Farm better than ever!
The organization will be hosting a Winter Gala on Saturday, December 7th themed, “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire”. This event will not only be one of our major fund raisers to help continue our mission, but a time to celebrate the wonderful restoration and completion of the Heritage Center.
The festive evening begins with our famous wine and cheese reception featuring Parallel 44 wine and Master Cheese chef John Esser from 5:30-6:45pm. Dinner, catered in by the MARQ, will follow at 7:00pm. A benefit auction will follow. Tickets for the full evening are $50.00 per person.
We hope you will join AHR in celebrating the season at this special event. Please contact Julie Siegmund at 920-388-4541 or Jerry Sinkula at 920-255-2815 for reservations or for more information.
Posted on April 12, 2013
KOLACHE & BAKING CLASSES
KOLACHE / BAKING CLASSES
Submitted by: JoAnn Vogel
The resurrgence of interest in Ethnic baking and cooking is evident in the interest exhibited each time a new class is offered. When I began these classes 5 years ago, I envisioned the interest would wane within 1 or 2 years. The interest has grown stronger and individuals are asking for Doughnut and Kneecap classes, Czech meal class and a Dumpling Class. Read more
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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.