International Film Series: Jazz Loft

Date: 9/20/17
Date: September 20, 7:00 pm
Location: Neville Public Museum
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Description: In 1950s Manhattan, a dingy, five-story loft becomes the home and the obsession of the photographer W. Eugene Smith, who wires the building for sound and for nearly a decade captures daily life in thousands of pictures and endless hours of audio tape. Over those years, jazz players gather all night for freewheeling jam sessions—Thelonious Monk, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Giuffre all come by to rehearse which Smith stealthily documents. Presented by Prof. Adam Gains, UW-Green Bay- Music. Screenings begin at 7:00pm in the auditorium of the Neville Public Museum. All films are free and open to the public and are unrated but intended for a mature audience.

Taste on Broadway

Date: 9/21/17
Date: September 21, 5:00 pm
Location: North Broadway St.
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Description: Taste is celebrating its 20th anniversary! This event will feature restaurants from around the Green Bay area, engaging the community with food sampling, live music, and drinks from our local breweries and wineries. Interact with chefs and owners as the tents go up on Broadway.

Vintage Hitchcock by Evergreen Productions

Date: 9/22/17
Date: September 22-24, 2017 & September 28-30, 2017
Location: Webb Theatre, St. Norbert College
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Description: Evergreen Productions presents Vintage Hitchcock - By Joe Landry - Reintroducing the format of a 40's radio broadcast triple feature with The Lodger, Sabotage, and The 39 Steps, this play uses vintage commercials, recreates a daring train chase, contains a serial killer's ominous presence, and a devastating explosion through the magic of live sound effects and musical underscoring. Alfred Hitchcock comes to life!

Art Night Out

Date: 9/25/17-9/28/17
Date: September 25, 27 & 28, 6:00 pm
Location: the ARTgarage
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Description: Art Night Out is a workshop series at the ARTgarage that aims to pair gained art experience and a good time. Art Night Out instructors come from all personal and professional backgrounds and are partnering with the ARTgarage to ensure that people from all walks of life can get involved in the arts in Green Bay. Art Night Out takes place during one week of the month with a different class offered each evening. Each two-hour class is $35 per person with materials, fees, and complimentary wine included for those 21 and up. Come learn something new, create something original, and have an authentic, creative, and social experience at the ARTgarage.

Exploring the Clarinet Repertoire

Date: 9/29/17
Date: September 29, 6:30 PM
Location: Fort Howard Hall, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
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Description: Clarinetist Eric Hansen and pianist Jennifer Larsen Page will present a varied program of standard works and hidden gems.

Parkaeology: Rockwood Lodge

Date: 9/30/17
Date: September 30, 10:00 am
Location: Bay Shore County Park
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Description: Become an archaeologist for the day, join the Brown County Parks Department and the Neville Public Museum for a fun morning of parkaeology at Bay Shore Park! Did you know that the Green Bay Packers held their training camps during the late 1940s at what is now Bay Shore Park? Known as Rockwood Lodge, it was possibly the first self-contained team training facility in NFL history! The program includes: * Presentation on the park’s history and connection to the Packers. * Hands-on archaeological excavation to locate the foundations of the former training facility. This Parkaeology program will be co-presented by the Brown County Park Department and Neville Public Museum staff.

International Film Series: Short Film from the Clermont-Ferrand Festival

Date: 9/6/17
Date: September 6, 7:00 pm
Location: Neville Public Museum
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Description: In conjunction with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, we are proud to screen a selection of award-winning short films from the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival. The festival is the biggest international film festival dedicated to short films and is held annually in Clermont-Ferrand, France. It is also the largest film festival in France in terms of audience and professional attendance. Presented by Prof. David Coury, UW-Green Bay—Modern Languages Screenings begin at 7:00pm in the auditorium of the Neville Public Museum. All films are free and open to the public and are unrated but intended for a mature audience.

If Tombstones Could Talk

Date: 9/6/17 - 9/7/17 & 9/9/17
Date: September 6 & 7, 6:00 pm; September 9, 4:00 pm
Location: Woodlawn Cemetary
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Description: This year marks the 15th anniversary of “If Tombstones Could Talk.” at Woodlawn Cemetery. To celebrate the anniversary, Brown County Historical Society is bringing back 7 of the original “residents” of Woodlawn and the cast who portrayed them. Take a step back in time -- hear their lively stories as they share their hopes, disappointments, and the legacy they left.

Two Dudes & A Lady

Date: 9/8/17
Date: September, 7:00 pm
Location: Meyer Theatre
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Description: With roots in Chicago’s Second City, Caroline Quinn, Matt Worzala and Donald Shadian have been featured in numerous television commercials, shared the stage with the likes of Martin Short and performed together for over 15 years. Always dishing out plenty of sassy satire and ridiculous parody, this trio with amazing chemistry is guaranteed to bring you an evening of wildly original improv comedy! Recommended for audience members 17+

The Annie Moses Band

Date: 9/9/17
Date: September 9, 7:00 pm
Location: Meyer Theatre
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Description: Cup O Joy 2017 Benefit Concert The Annie Moses Band has been inspiring and entertaining audiences for over a decade, bringing their distinctive style of music across the United States and around the world. A captivating blend of folk and classical, the Annie Moses Band is a talented family of songwriters, singers, and musicians, combining technical skill with exhilarating showmanship. The Band’s innovative sound has delighted audiences around the world – in record breaking numbers of airings on PBS and on stages as diverse as Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. The members of the AMB are all related, with the band named after their great-grandmother. Veteran composer, Bill Wolaver (Dad), weaves musical styles together into cinematic arrangements while the virtuosic siblings bring Juilliard-honed chops to Nashville-styled music-making. The Annie Moses Band combines the best of beloved genres in a style that unifies audiences, young and old, classical connoisseurs and roots enthusiasts, jazz aficionados, Gospel and bluegrass buffs.