The Chamber of Manitowoc County and the Manitowoc Area Visitor & Convention Bureau (MAVCB) have parntered on this event to not only allow our local restaurants to feature their unique specials, but also allow Manitowoc County to host special culinary activities and events – experiences. This is an opportunity for locals and tourists to check out some of the finest cuisine and dishes and locations Manitowoc County has to offer. Check this page to see all the activities being offered throughout the weekend!
Friday, September 28, 1:00-3:00pm
Chop, cook and taste as you try recipes from Martha Sorenson’s family cookbook. The matriarch of a large Norwegian immigrant family, Martha Sorenson was talented with her home maker skills. Join us in the early 1900’s kitchen to learn her story, and connect around Norwegian recipes.
Program cost: Free with admission to Manitowoc County Historical Society ($10 adults and $7 children)
Visit, www.manitowoccountyhistory.org or call (920) 684-4445 for more information!
Friday, September 28, 1:00-3:15pm
Join nature and garden writer Rob Zimmer to learn about wild plants in our area including some surprising delicacies. Rob will showcase a number of safe and tempting wild edibles found right here!
Visit, www.woodlanddunes.org or call (920) 793-4007 for more information!
Friday, September 28, 9:00-10:30am (Butter Making)
Friday, September 28, 8:00am-4:00pm (Cheese Sampling)
Visit award winning Pine River Dairy and see butter being made – come early because that is when the butter makers do their work! Visit any time during the day to sample cheeses including those made right here in Manitowoc County!
Visit, www.pineriverdairy.com or call (920) 758-2233 for more information!
Friday, September 28, 3:30pm
Paul invites you to see part of the brewery guests don’t normally get to see. The space is small so it is not really a “tour” but you will get an “education”. Learn how a porter is different from a stout, learn what it takes to make great beer. Participants will get to enjoy complimentary beer during the “tour”!
Visit, www.petskullbrewing.com or call (920) 946-5670 for more information!