Events

History Saturday – Vintage Baseball Cinema Sept 5th at Noon

 

Dave Bancroft Immortals

Come and see vintage movies, cartoons and shorts all concerning our national past time…baseball!  DCHS Projectionist Jeff Missinne will be supplying us with some of his best of his collection.  This is a warm up for the play “Hardball” beginning the following week!  Lets have some old fashion fun!!

“Hardball” by Michael Bettencourt, Robert E. Ozasky and Dean Kaner

 

Kaner

A play based on the true story about Henry Kaner a Superior, Wisconsin baseball player. Hank is a very good pitcher and is offered a contract to play professional baseball however it goes against his Jewish faith as Saturdays are Sabbath. Find out what happens…. Performances run Sept 10, 11, 12 & 13th as well as Sept 18-20. Evening performances start at 7:30 and matinees begin at 2:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased at DCHS or online at WWW.Douglashistory.org.

Tickets for Opening Night Reception on Sept 10th are $25.00 all other performances are $15.00




“Every Plot has a Story” – DCHS “Living History Walk”

Charles Starkweather Katharine Lenroot David Barry

On September 26th, DCHS in a partnership with the Greenwood Cemetery, is having its 1st Annual “Living History Walk” at the Greenwood Cemetery beginning at 2:00 pm. This walking tour will feature actors in period dress sharing stories of their unique lives and colorful adventures. Tours will be continuous beginning at 2:00 pm with the last tour starting at 5:00 pm. This is a fundraising event for DCHS and tickets can be purchased in advance or at the gate. You can purchase tickets at the museum or online at WWW.Douglashistory.org. For more information please call 715-392-8449 or “Like” DCHS Living History Walk on Facebook.

Ticket Prices:  $20 General Admission, $15 DCHS Members, $10 Veterans, $5 Children (5-12) and Active Duty Veterans and children under 5 are FREE.  Passes for Active Duty Military and Children under 5 will be available at the site.


Living History Walk September 26th




NOTE:  There is considerable walking involved in this event however wheelchairs and other aids that you may have to assist you are welcome.  Some shuttle carts will be available in limited number.

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