MESS NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: WAR ON THE GREAT LAKES

REGISTER HERE: MESS NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: WAR ON THE GREAT LAKES 

***Registration is required***

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is excited to take this formal military tradition and make it our own. Each quarter MESS NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM will feature a different speaker, topic, and dining menu for guest to experience during this new event. Your fee includes dinner, drinks (alcoholic beverages available at a cash bar), and time to socialize before and after the dinner and talk. Menus for each event will be posted on our events page as they become available, and dietary restrictions or preferences should be disclosed on the registration form.

Presenter: Frederick Stonehouse, author

To most people the Great Lakes are a special place. While the gales of November can turn them into a hurricane-spawned hell, in terms of human conflict, they are thought to be calm and tranquil. This is an illusion. In reality there were numerous times on the Lakes when the dark side emerged, blood colored the water, and gun smoke rolled slowly across the waves.

Seats are limited, register by January 14th. Advance registration is required.
For more information or to register, contact Erin Hoag, Education Specialist at 608.264.7663 or email visitor.curator@dva.wisconsin.gov

Wisconsin Veterans Museum

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is an educational activity of the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs to commemorate, acknowledge, and affirm the role of Wisconsin citizens in American military history, past and present.

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