Calendar

Ongoing Events & Exhibitions

Nov 15 - May 12 Through Daniel's Eyes: Photos of Eau Claire a Century Ago
Nov 17 - May 30 Asylum: Out of the Shadows
Jan 28 - Jul 9 Alice in Dairyland: Wisconsin's Agricultural Ambassador- Exhibit
May 7 - Jun 25
12:00 PM
Making a Hometown-Life in Neenah's Progressive Era-Exhibition-open Sunday afternoons
May 8 - Oct 31 Making a Hometown-Life in Neenah's Progressive Era-Exhibition-open for tours by appointment
May 22 - Jun 4 Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin Traveling Exhibit 
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Events

Mar 28
8:00 AM
National History Day Regional Contest
Apr 3
8:30 AM
Lessons from the Past: Shaping our Present and Future-Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Holocaust Survivor and Author
Apr 3
7:30 PM
Wisconsin Book Festival: Revisiting The Tempest in the 21st Century"-Margaret Atwood
Apr 4
9:30 AM
Lessons from the Past: Shaping our Present and Future-Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Holocaust Survivor and Author
Apr 4
1:15 PM
Lessons from the Past: Shaping our Present and Future-Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Holocaust Survivor and Author
Apr 5
9:00 AM
Lessons from the Past: Shaping our Present and Future-Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Holocaust Survivor and Author
Apr 5
5:00 PM
Alice in Dairyland: Wisconsin's Agricultural Ambassador-Explorer Wednesday: Plant a Seed
Apr 5
5:30 PM
Lessons from the Past: Shaping our Present and Future-Marion Blumenthal Lazan, Holocaust Survivor and Author
Apr 8
9:30 AM
Second Saturdays-Journeys Into Local History
Apr 13
7:00 PM
"Wisconsin's First People"-a Making Archaeology Public Project
Apr 14
7:00 PM
Wisconsin Book Festival - Teju Cole: Known and Strange Things
Apr 15
1:00 PM
"Wisconsin's First People"-a Making Archaeology Public Project
Apr 18
11:30 AM
Wisconsin Book Festival - Richard Russo - Lunch for Libraries
Apr 18
7:00 PM
Soul Food Monologues - From Page to Stage
Apr 19
6:30 PM
Soul Food Monologues - From Page to Stage
Apr 19
7:00 PM
Displacement and Immigration: Through a Different Lens - Becoming American
Apr 20
7:00 PM
"The Progressive Era in Neenah" by Professor Steven Sheehan
Apr 24
5:30 PM
"Human Trafficking in Wisconsin," by Rachel Monaco-Wilcox. A ShopTalk event.
Apr 26
6:30 PM
"Human Trafficking in Wisconsin," by Rachel Monaco-Wilcox. A ShopTalk event.
Apr 27
10:15 AM
"Finding meaning: How do you measure the value in your work?," by Alison Sherwood. A ShopTalk event.
Apr 27
7:00 PM
"This Is a Real Job: Insights Into Arts Work," by Danielle Dresden & Donna Peckett. A ShopTalk event.
Apr 28
9:00 AM
Grant writing workshop - Marinette
Apr 29
9:30 AM
Project Citizen State Hearing Showcase
Apr 29
7:00 PM
Mark Doty Reads-Community and Connection
May 3
5:00 PM
Alice in Dairyland: Wisconsin's Agricultural Ambassador-Explorer Wednesday: Animal Art
May 3
6:30 PM
"The Paradox of Being a Black Police Officer Today," by Corey Saffold. A ShopTalk event.
May 9
8:55 AM
A Day in the Life-An Exploration of America During the 1860s for Grades 3-8
May 10 Displacement and Immigration: Through a Different Lens - Inocente
May 10
8:55 AM
A Day in the Life-An Exploration of America During the 1860s for Grades 3-8
May 11
8:55 AM
A Day in the Life-An Exploration of America During the 1860s for Grades 3-8
May 11
6:00 PM
"Women’s Work during Prohibition," by Alison Staudinger. A ShopTalk event
May 12
8:55 AM
A Day in the Life-An Exploration of America During the 1860s for Grades 3-8
May 13
9:30 AM
Second Saturdays-Journeys Into Local History
May 13
10:00 AM
"Being a Female Hmong Professional," by Maysee Yang Herr. A ShopTalk event
May 17
5:30 PM
Deliberative Dialogue and Youth Voice - Public Showcase
May 18
5:00 PM
Alice in Dairyland: Neville Dinner Speaker Series-Wisconsin Agriculture-Jerry Apps
May 18
7:00 PM
"Human Trafficking in Wisconsin," by Rachel Monaco-Wilcox. A ShopTalk event.
May 19
8:00 AM
Civil War Living History Days Community Festival 2017 (School groups only)
May 19
8:30 AM
Heritage Days: Get Hooked on History! - School Field Trip Day
May 20
9:00 AM
Civil War Living History Days Community Festival 2017
May 20
10:00 AM
Heritage Days: Get Hooked on History! - Public Day
May 20
2:00 PM
Culture Work: Narratives of Production in a "Post-Industrial" City-Mural Unveiling with presentation of Interviews/Documentary Screening
May 21
9:00 AM
Civil War Living History Days Community Festival 2017
May 24
6:00 PM
"Finding Your Own Path," by Jessie Garcia. A ShopTalk event.
May 24
6:30 PM
"Slinger Area History/Culture: A Focus on Water, Transportation and Working Lives"-Community Sharing Session
May 25
6:00 PM
"This Is a Real Job: Insights Into Arts Work," by Danielle Dresden & Donna Peckett. A ShopTalk event.
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