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Upcoming Events For Sept. 2022

- International Film Series: Writing with Fire - Sept. 7, 2022 @ 7:00 pm
Writing with Fire tells the story of Khabar Lahariya, the only news agency in India run by Dalit (oppressed-caste) women. Armed with smartphones, these women journalists report from some of the most difficult regions of the country, risking everything to speak truth to power. 

All films are free and open to the public and are unrated but intended for a mature audience. Face coverings are encouraged for both vaccinated and unvaccinated guests.
- Foster Parent Informational Session - Sept. 14, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Virtual Informational Session
Is Foster Parenting for you? It might be! Attend a fostering information session.

Foster Parent information sessions are being held virtually.  Please contact Lauryn Schenk via email at Lauryn.Schenk@browncountywi.gov to let her know you are interested in participating.  She will email you instructions on how to connect remotely at the time of the session.

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 @ 6:00pm

If you have questions, please contact: 
Lauryn Schenk
Foster Care Recruiter
Lauryn.Schenk@browncountywi.gov
or call 920.448.4144
- SPARK! - Every Tue - Sept. 18, 2022 - Nov. 30, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
SPARK! is a cultural program for people with early to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners. Programs are designed to keep participants actively engaged in their communities by providing experiences that stimulate conversations, provide peer support, and inspire creativity through engaging in museum experiences. SPARK! programs are offered free of charge, but we do ask that you RSVP so we know how many participants to expect.
- County Board of Supervisors - Sept. 21, 2022 @ 7:00 pm
- The Bingo Queens of Oneida - Sept. 22, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Enjoy dinner followed by an interesting and informative program at YOUR Neville Public Museum!

Before Indian casinos sprouted up around the country, a few enterprising tribes got their start in gambling by opening bingo parlors. A group of women on the Oneida Indian Reservation just outside Green Bay, Wisconsin, introduced bingo in 1976 simply to pay a few bills. Bingo not only paid the light bill at the struggling civic center but was soon financing vital health and housing services for tribal elderly and poor.

Registration is required. $27.50 for each Neville Public Museum member  |  $32.50 for each Non-member