Pommerscher Verein Freistadt
The Pomeranian Society of Freistadt
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Sunday, June 25
Pommerntag  (Other Events)
12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Rotary Park 4100 W. Highland Rd. Mequon 53092
Hosted by Pommerscher Verein Freistadt
Free Admission!
Peggy Mueller  *   Alte Kameraden Band  *  Pommersche Tanzdeel Dancers
Genealogical Research   *  Indoor Cultural Displays  *   Store with Pommern items for sale
Visit with Martin Luther and his wife, Katie!
Beer  *  Soda
Pork Sandwiches  *  Brats  *   Herring Sandwiches  *  Red Cabbage  *  Potato Salad  *  Sauerkraut
Black Forest Cherry Torte * Strudel * Ice Cream
Playground
Handicapped Accessible Parking * Indoor Restrooms
Transportation from lower parking lots for anyone who desires it
More information on Facebook: Pommerntag



Wednesday, July 12
"A Crock of Schnitzel" Play and Dinner  (Other Events)
11:45 am to 4:00 pm
Memories Dinner Theater, 1077 Lake Dr., Port Washington 53074
We have a group outing planned to see the comedy, A Crock of Schnitzel, at Memories Dinner Theater at 1077 Lake Drive in Port Washington. The play involves a cuckoo clock, a man named Klaus, and German cuisine. Dinner and show $40. Doors open 11:45, dinner at 12:30 p.m., show at 1:45. To reserve a spot, call 262-242-0724 or e-mail taschoesow@aol.com by June 21. 
Menu: Pork Wiener Schnitzel, Herbed Spaetzel, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Dinner Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing, Warm Dinner Rolls, Memories' Famous Fluff, Apple Kuchen


Friday, July 28 through Sunday, July 30
Germanfest Milwaukee  (Other Events)
Milwaukee Festival Grounds

Check out details at:   germanfest.com/

Pommerscher Verein Freistadt will have a genealogy booth and a cultural booth. Stop by and see us!
 
 



Friday, September 8
Life in a Pencil Museum  (PVF Meetings)
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Lindenwood Community Center

From trivia to history, the point of this evening is to draw people to the meeting to sharpen everyone’s knowledge of what a Pencil Museum has to offer. Karyn and Tom Schmitz, Verein members, will share what “lead” to living with 30,000 pencils in a house-turned-museum.