Apr 6 :: Woodson History Center :: Wausau
"Bottoms Up" celebrates Wisconsin's taverns and the breweries that fueled them.
Apr 7 :: Picnic Point, Lakeshore Nature Preserve :: Madison
Join Archaeologist Amy Rosebrough for a tour of effigy mounds of the Picnic Point Area.
Apr 8 :: Poynette Area Public Library :: Poynette
Hear stories about free spirits from Wisconsin's past and why they're worth reading about today.
Apr 11 :: Delafield Public Library :: Delafield
Join Dan Freas, director of Old World Wisconsin, for an overview of OWW's story and future direction, along with a preview of the 2019 season.
Apr 11 :: Marshall Area Historical Society :: Marshall
Join Cataloger Alison Bridger to learn what family documents are worth keeping and how best to organize and store them for future generations.
Apr 14 :: Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center :: Prescott
Join author Terese Allen and she tracks the amazing cornucopia of what Wisconsinites have gathered, grown, produced, cooked, and eaten.
Apr 15 :: Kiel Public Library :: Kiel
Genealogy specialist Lori Bessler provides basic instructions to make your online research more successful and productive.
Apr 17 :: Brookfield Public Library :: Brookfield
Examine Wisconsin's response to World War I one hundred years ago with author Richard Pifer.
Apr 17 :: Onalaska Public Library :: Onalaska
Join Architectural Historian Jim Draeger for a slide-illustrated tour of some of Wisconsin's most historic barns.
Apr 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay
Explore how and why people in the nation's heartland worshiped, feared, studied, hunted, ate and protected the birds that surrounded them.