Oktoberfest

Posted on August 24, 2014

7th ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2014

10:00-4:00 Crafters Market (In stable/barn area

Bake Sale, Displays, Food Demonstrations

Food and Refreshments, Music

Kewaunee County Historical Society

 

10:30 Polka Mass in the Pavillion

Fr. Bill O”Brien, Celebrant

Sugarbush Boys Band

 

12:00 Noon German Dinner Adults $12.00 Ages 6-12 $6.00

Kassler Rippchen (Smoked Porkchop) Baby Red Potatoes

Spatzle, Sweet/Sour Red Cabbage, German Coleslaw

Rye Bread, Corn, Coffee or Milk & Dessert

 

1:00-5:00 Dancing with Music in the Pavillion

Sugarbush Boys Band

 

 

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Racine Tour

Posted on August 21, 2014

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Learn about two of Wisconsin’s Top  Manufacturing Sites with a lot of fun along the way

RACINE TRIP   Monday, November 10, 2014

    5:15AM               Load

5:30AM               Leave from Heritage Farm (Second Pickup at Park & Ride –Hwy 310 and I-43 at 6:00am)

9:00-11:30PM     Tour at Case Tractor Mfg Plant Tour

11:45PM                 Plated lunch at Reef Point Brew House  (On Lake Michigan Water Front)

1:30PM                 SC Johnson Tour

3:30PM                 O & H Kringle ( with free samples)

4:30PM                  Leave Racine

6:30PM                  Supper stop Culver’s-Port Washington (your expense)

9:00PM                  Arrive back in Kewaunee

COST: $65.00 Per Person

INCLUDES: Transportation, Noon Dinner, snacks and water along the way.

Money due by Monday, November 3, 2014

NOTES: The IH Plant tour is about ¾ mile of walking. No open toe sandals or flap flops.

Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Racine Trip 2 registration

 

 

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Luncheon and Fashion Show

Posted on July 1, 2014

 
 

Tables are set for the Luncheon

“A CELEBRATION OF THE SEASONS” IS THE FOCUS OF THE LUNCHEON /FASHION SHOW AT HERITAGE FARM–KEWAUNEE

Agricultural Heritage and Resources Inc.  invites you and your friends to the 9th Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show “ A Celebration of the Seasons”  at the Heritage Farm located 5 miles south of Kewaunee on Hwy 42 on October 25th..

Each year at the Heritage Farm since 2005 individuals have set one or more of the 26 tables for our Luncheon and Fashion Show with beautiful china, crystal, linens and center pieces . Each table showcases talent., elegance  and creativity.  This  year for the celebration of the seasons, tables will focus on Spring, Summer, Fall , Winter  and the Holidays. Each table will be named. It will be fun to see the creativity of each individual.

The Event will begin at 11:00 with violin music by the Philips and cash bar-featuring your favorite VonSteihl wines, Lunch at 12:00 and Show at 1:00. The entire Pavilion will be decorated for our theme by our designer Lee Lelou and assistants: JoAnn Vogel, Peggy Kohnle, Kaye Paplham , Aggie DeClerc , Pat Prange and Madonna Powalisz.  Attendees will appreciate the beautiful décor of each season in the Foyer and Pavilion. A delicious lunch will be prepared by Chef  Mark Weston  of Gibbs Dinner Club south of Kewaunee on Hwy 42.

The Popular Fashion Show will be hosted by Tina Marie of Tina Maries Boutique in Algoma, her shop is known for its great shopping experience.  Master of Ceremonies will be Bobby Rivers. The Sound System will be provided by Moonlight Productions—Ryan Weigert of Mishicot.

Everyone is welcome—It is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday. Bring your daughters, friends, sisters, Mom or grandmother. Cost: $30.00   Make reservations early—Please call: JoAnn Vogel @ 920-682-6615 or jvogel@tm.net , Peggy Kohnle @ 920-776-1399  or Kaye Paplham @ 920-388-3847

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Heritage Farm Baking Class

Posted on March 2, 2014

KOLACHE  &  BAKING CLASSES   

Fresh Kolaches

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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