October 2015
"A House in Mourning"
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Alexander Noble House Museum presents “A House in Mourning”, turn back the clocks to mark the hour, drape the mirrors and cover the windows in black.  The funeral of all funerals is about to transcend on Fish Creek.  Alexander Noble is lying in state.  The house is respectfully prepared and coffin, flowers and apparel have been set.  Come and see what a true Victorian funeral setting is like.  Museum hours 10-3:00 Tuesdays-Saturdays. 4167 Main Street

920-868-2091, www.historicnoblehouse.org

For more information:
Laurie Buske
(920) 868-9021
Introduction to IDA (International Dark sky Association) and Movie Day featuring “Our Night Sky”
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Learn all about IDA and Newport’s process of becoming an International Dark Sky Park. We’ll then be showing the first DVD from “The Great Courses; Our Night Sky” series. The topic of the first lecture is, “The Constellations and Their Stars”. Meet at the Visitor’s Center at Newport State Park.

For more information:
Beth Bartoli
(920) 854-2500
Civic Symphony's OPENING NIGHT
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The Civic Symphony of Green Bay opens its 21st season with the music of Brahms, Gerswhin and Whitacre. Opening with the beautiful piece of Eric Whitacre called October. The 3rd Brahms Symphony will precede intermission and Michael Rector will be featured on Gershwin's Piano Concerto in F. Something for everyone!! General Admission Seating. Tickets available at the door 1 hour before concert time or online at gbcivic.org

For more information:
Jill Quigley
(920) 360-5772