Local authors Debby Erdmann and Kate Jungwirth will talk about their youth mystery series Mystery at Point Beach set in and around Point Beach State Park Campground, Two Rivers, and Manitowoc. The meeting is in the Behringer Room at the Community House in Two Rivers, WI. It will start at 1 p.m. with a Social Hour. The presentation and business meeting will be at 2 p.m.
The July Quarterly Meeting will be held at the Washington House Museum on July 28th so mark your calendar and take note of the location! As usual, the July meeting is the Ice Cream Social where you can visit with fellow members while you enjoy some special treats. Come and socialize at 1 p.m. with a brief business meeting at 2 p.m.
Kim S. Beloin Ph.D. will do a presentation on the Keip Family in Two Rivers on April 28, 2019 at the Two Rivers Community House in the Behringer Room. A social hour begins at 1 p.m. with the business meeting and presentation at 2 p.m.
On Sunday, October 23, 2016 the Two Rivers Historical Society Quarterly featured a presentation on "The Secret Side of Lester Bentley." Jeanne Mease informed members about Lester Bentley's interesting life and colorful personality in addition to his painting career using many images of Bentley’s work.
The Washington House Museum was selected by the US Postal Service as the site of the First Day Of Sale for its new ice cream-themed stamps. As the historic home of the ice cream sundae, the Washington House became its own post office for a day on June 30, 2016, issuing stamp memorabilia, hosting a presentation by the US Postal Service, canceling stamped mail and of course, serving ice cream sundaes. You can view the press release here
The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum staff is honored to partner with New York-based graphic designer Louise Fili on her first font release project. The new font, “Mardell,” is named for Hamilton retiree and wood type cutter Mardell Doubek. Louise visited the museum for an interview on March 17, 2016. It was fun night of talking process, wood type, and design. You can purchase the digital font here: https://www.p22.com/family-Mardell
This is the fourth font to be cut for the museum as part of the Wood Type Legacy Project. The project enlists internationally known designers to create original designs, naming the fonts after Hamilton Manufacturing employees who have helped preserve and carry on the rare craft of making wood type. Louise joins Matthew Carter, Erik Spiekermann and Nick Sherman who have all designed fonts for this project.