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Manitowoc County Historical Society Hosts Ingalls Tea

June 15, 2018

MCHS Hosts Ingalls Tea
The Manitowoc County Historical Society, 924 Pinecrest Road in Manitowoc, will host an Ingalls Tea Party as part of the museum’s Laura Ingalls Wilder Week. The Ingalls Tea, which will be held on Tuesday, July 17 at 2 pm will feature Wisconsin reenactor Jessica Michna as Laura Ingalls Wilder. This performance will take you inside Laura's world as Jessica portrays Laura just as her first book is being published.  She will share wonderful stories and laughter.
The program, which begins at 2 pm, is included in paid admission to the museum. Sweets and tea will be served.  This event is best suited for adults and children 6 and older. Advanced registration is appreciated. Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for children age 5 to 17, MCHS members are free. 
For more information about the Manitowoc County Historical Society, please visit ManitowocCountyHistory.org or contact (920) 684-4445.
About the Manitowoc County Historical Society
Nestled in the scenic rolling Ice Age Kettle Moraine countryside of Eastern Wisconsin, the Manitowoc County Historical Society is a museum of living history. This 60-acre interpretive museum of local history features a Welcome Center with local history exhibits and research services and the outdoor Pinecrest Historical Village - a collection of over 25 historic buildings with period furnishings from Manitowoc County's early settlers. 
Pinecrest Historical Village began in 1970 with a land donation from the Hugo and Eleanor Vetting family.  The Village has grown to represent a reproduction of a small Wisconsin community during the early 1900s. The buildings form the commercial, social, and political core of a town and they represent several architectural styles of Wisconsin's history. The furnishings, items, and tools in the various buildings used by the Pinecrest Village interpreters are either original pieces or carefully researched reproductions. 
Amy Meyer, Executive Director
(920) 684- 4445