Historical Society to hold breakfast fundraiser on May 22

April 29, 2021

On Saturday, May 22, from 8:30 am to 10:30 am the Manitowoc County Historical Society will host their 15th Annual Homegrown Heritage Breakfast at the museum, 924 Pinecrest Road in Manitowoc.  Guests will discover the variety of quality foods produced in Manitowoc County and celebrate our strong agricultural heritage.  Funds raised at the event will help the Manitowoc County Historical Society in their efforts to preserve and promote local history. 
 
The breakfast will be prepared by Late’s BBQ and will feature a wide variety of food from local producers.  The breakfast will feature items from local food producers including: Humpty Dumpty Eggs, Natural Ovens Bakery breads, Newton Meats, Willow Creek Mill pancake mix, Pine River Dairy butter, jams by Creative Cannery LLC, syrup by Hilltop Maple Syrup Camp, and beverages provided by Kwik Trip and McDonalds. The Homegrown Heritage Breakfast Fundraiser is made possible by generous financial support from Investors Community Bank.

The breakfast is available while supplies last. Dine-in and carry out options are available.

The cost is $15 for Non-member adults, $10 for MCHS Member adults, $7 for children, and free for those under age 4.

For more information, please contact the Manitowoc County Historical Society at (920) 684-4445 or visit ManitowocCountyHistory.org

 

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. 

For more information on the Manitowoc County Historical Society, contact the museum at (920) 684-4445 or ManitowocCountyHistory.org