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message 1: by Kathleen (new)

Kathleen Ernst (kathleen_ernst) | 1 comments I had a lovely time visiting Alice Baker Memorial library yesterday! Thanks to everyone who came out on a cold night, and special thanks to the volunteers who prepared such a lovely refreshment table. I look forward to future discussion!


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
Did you visit Old World Wisconsin before you read the book? Do you plan to visit after having read the book?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
What changes can you identify at Old World Wisconsin (in the museum and buildings) between the book and the current site?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
What's one new idea/piece of information about Old World Wisconsin that you came away with after reading the book?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
Does Old World Wisconsin really own a rosemaled bowl?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
Knowing that the author, Kathleen Ernst, worked at Old World Wisconsin for 12 years, would you like to learn more about the current curators and the work they do for the site?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
What's your favorite thing about Old World Wisconsin?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
If you could pay $15 to take an after-hours, behind-the-scenes tour of some of the places written about in the book, would this be of interest to you? What sites would you be most interested in viewing/learning more about?


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Alli | 37 comments Mod
How many artifacts does Old World Wisconsin have in their collection? Do you know where they are kept?


message 10: by Kathy (new)

Kathy | 3 comments Alli wrote: "Did you visit Old World Wisconsin before you read the book? Do you plan to visit after having read the book?"

We have visited Old World Wisconsin many times.They do a wonderful job making the past come alive.


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