MCHS has partnered with Buffalo Wild Wings - Manitowoc for their Home Team Advantage (HTA) program. From January 1 to December 31, 2019, Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 10% of your order (dine-in or take-out) when you mention Manitowoc County Historical Society (Team K).
Enjoy an evening sampling local craft beer, wine, and foods set in the beautiful Pinecrest Historical Village! Music, food, and after-hours access to the historic village all make for a fun and unique night out with friends.
This event is for adults ages 21+. Please bring ID as it will be checked at the door.
2 oz. tastings of beers and wines
Food samples from area restaurants
Commemorative pint glass
Access to browse the historic structures of Pinecrest Historical Village
Wide array of auction and raffle items to win
Tickets: $50 before July 22 or $60 the day of, at the door, if not sold out.
Handcrafted Local Food & Beverages
Visit local breweries, wineries, and food producers on-site to sample their favorites! Join us as we welcome Ahnapee Brewery, Cedar Crest Ice Cream, CNC Links, Cold Country Vines and Wines, Cravings, Cultivate Taste, French Creek Bakery, Gill’s Bar and Grill, The Hearty Olive, Lakeshore Culinary Institute, Manty Malters Homebrew Club, PetSkull Brewery, Pine River Dairy, Sabbatical Brewing, and JoAnn Vogel.
Up for bidding fun:
American Girl Doll
Cedar Crest Ice Cream
Cold Country Vines and Wines
Green Bay Packers football
Henning's Wisconsin Cheese
Milwaukee Brewers tickets
Pine River Dairy
Park hopper passes for Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Walt Disney Land in California
Our goal is to raise $10,000 to support our year round hands-on education programs for thousands of children and adults.
Dine with us at Panera Bread on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 from 4 pm to 8 pm to support the Manitowoc County Historical Society. Present the flyer below (either paper copy or on your smartphone) to cashier when checking out and 20% from your order will be donated to MCHS.
Calling all pasta lovers! Dine with us at Noodles and Company on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 4 pm to 8 pm to support the Manitowoc County Historical Society. Present the flyer below (either paper copy or on your smartphone) to cashier when checking out and 25% from your order will be donated to MCHS.
Visitors 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, and coffee, milk and juice provided by Kwik Trip.
It is with the support of our community that we are able to preserve and promote the rich history of Manitowoc County. The mission of the Homegrown Heritage Breakfast is to provide our neighbors and community with quality food and celebrate the dedication of area farmers.
Cost is $10 MCHS member Adults, $7 MCHS member Children 4-17, $15 Non-member adults, $10 non-member children. Under age 4 is free.
The breakfast is made possible by Investors Community Bank.
What’s better than indulging at a pizza buffet? Eating pizza and supporting the Manitowoc County Historical Society! Join us on Monday, April 15 from 4 to 7 pm at Pizza Ranch. 10% of your order and tips will be donated to MCHS. Our interpretive team will be your servers for the evening and they are excited to share our upcoming education programs with you!
Craving some delicious A&W cheese curds? Satisfy your craving and also support the Manitowoc County Historical Society! On June 20th from 4 to 8 p.m. stop by A&W in Manitowoc and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to support MCHS' education programs.
Who doesn't love orange chicken at Panda Express? Join us on Thursday, July 6th from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Panda Express in Manitowoc. Show the cashier the ticket and a portion of the proceeds from your meal will be donated to the Manitowoc County Historical Society.
Craving some delicious A&W cheese curds? Satisfy your craving and also support the Manitowoc County Historical Society! On June 8th from 4 to 8 p.m. stop by A&W in Manitowoc and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to support MCHS' education programs.
With Buffalo Wild Wings: Eat Wings, Raise Funds. program, when you dine, they donate a percentage back to further the youth education programs at MCHS.
Since its inception, Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants have donated more than $1 million to local organizations that assist youth and families in need, military families and disaster relief efforts.
Download and print the ticket flyer below to ensue your purchase benefits the Manitowoc County Historical Society. Participating locations include: Appleton, Ashwaubenon, Bellevue, and Manitowoc.
Bellevue Ticket Flyer
The Manitowoc County Historical Society is holding the launch of its 2017 History Happy Hour, a series that will showcase local tavern history and the role taverns played in the development Wisconsin, on Wednesday, April 19 at Gill’s Bar and Grill, 231 E Menasha Ave, Whitelaw.
History Happy Hour will be held Gill’s Bar and Grill, Whitelaw, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Guests during History Happy Hour will receive information about the tavern and a historical overview will be held at 6 pm. A raffle to support the Meeme House Inn Project will also take place.
The Series will also visit Legend Larry's (921 S 10th Street, Manitowoc) on May 17, Manitowoc Street Pub (444 Manitowoc Street, Reedsville) on September 20, and Waverly Inn (1402 16th Street, Two Rivers) on October 18.
History Happy Hour is a 21+ event with donations going toward the Manitowoc County Historical Society’s Meeme House Inn restoration project. There is no formal admission charge but donations are appreciated for the Meeme House Inn Restoration project. The Meeme House Inn (circa 1855) is currently being restored by the Manitowoc County Historical Society to its glory in 1915, under the ownership of Joe Schwartz. The historic structure will serve as in interactive living history museum, where visitors of all ages can be transported back in time and discover the Meeme House Inn, its livery, and poll house, in operation.