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Historical Association sets fundraising dinner

2:58 PM, May 10, 2013  |  Comments
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As I rode into the library this Wednesday, it was close to heavenly in our neck of the woods. The forsythia is blooming, and there are hundreds if not thousands of flowers carpeting the woods. The bay is like a mirror.

News comes from Doug Blahnik that an invitation for the 2013 Gibraltar Historical Association's fundraising dinner should arrive in your mailbox soon. Open to the public, this dinner will be held starting at 6 p.m. June 5 at the Gibraltar Grill.

Tom Young, from Gibraltar Grill, is donating all food and services to help GHA raise funds for 2013 programs and other events. Call Barb McKesson at (920) 868-9335 if you would like to attend the dinner or just make a donation to help GHA continue.

Speaking of history

Historic Noble House Museum will officially open for the season on June 8. This circa 1875 Greek Revival farmhouse was a residence for the Alexander Noble family from 1875 until 1990.

This year's special exhibit will be "Silken Memories," which will showcase wedding gowns, photos and other artifacts from the later 1800s until the early 1900s.

Noble House Museum is open from noon until 5 p.m. daily during the season. Mark your calendars for June 28 or 29, when the Gibraltar Historical Association will be holding a wedding fashion show and tea called "Silk and Tea."

They are also sending a shout-out for help with the gardens at Noble Square. They are trying to tidy up and mulch, and any volunteers would be greatly appreciated. Contact lauriesflowers@yahoo.com.

Baseball fish fry

Please join the Gibraltar High School baseball team for their Fish Fry Fundraiser, a "Jeff Weborg" fish fry Alexander's Restaurant in Fish Creek on Tuesday. Serving is scheduled from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dinner includes fish fry (hot dogs for the kids), boiled potatoes and onions, coleslaw, rye bread, dessert and drink.

Cost is $12 for adults, $6 children age 6-11, and free for children age 5 and younger. There will be to-go boxes available.

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