Taste Traditions of Wisconsin: Prost! The Story of Germans in Wisconsin
Wednesday, August 21, 2013, 6:30-9:00 pm
Register by Wednesday, August 14
From beer and bratwurst to farming and educational advances, the influence of Germans in Wisconsin is everywhere. Join Cora Lee Kluge, UW Professor of German and Co-Director of the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, as she discusses how and why Wisconsin became the most German state in the U.S., as well as the lasting impact of German traditions and customs on our lives today. Savor the flavors of Germany with a meal catered by Blue Plate Catering that highlights the best of German cuisine.
Buffet dinner menu includes:
Sauerbraten with gravy
Swabian Noodles (Spaetzle)
Rye Bread and Butter
Black Forest Cherry Cake
Drinks: Beer, Apple Juice, Coffee
Cost to attend is $25 and WHS Members receive a 10% discount.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT REQUIRED BY FRIDAY, AUGUST 14
Hurry! These events fill fast!
To reserve your space, call 608-264-6555, or click here