Blow out the candles, pass the cake, and let’s celebrate! Brown County is 200 Years Old!
On October 26, 1818, Brown County was created by proclamation of Lewis Cass, Governor of the Michigan Territory. Brown County was named for Gen. Jacob Brown who is recognized as a hero while serving in the War of 1812 where the British tried to take our territory. (History of Brown County, Wisconsin…)
In honor of this Birthday come to the Neville Public Museum and participate in family-friendly, activity-oriented fun with an educational twist on the history of Brown County (1818-2018)!
Enjoy activities like:
Dance and musical performances from Oneida Smoke Dancers
Navah Mirage, Kaleidoscope Dance Studio
Tonantzin Dance Company
Birthday Cake Decorating Competition
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