Brews & Build at Fulton's Workshop

The Dunn County Historical Society is launching a new event series - Brews and Build. These are monthly events for adults taking place February through May at Fulton's Workshop at the Rassbach Museum. Each month features a different project to make.

From the Dunn County Historical Society Facebook page:

Join us for our Brews & Build events at Fulton’s Workshop! Unwind from the week by having a brew (n/a available!) make a fun project, and/or get creative with Lego, our magnet wall, and all the other great activities available in the workshop. This is a night for grown-ups (18+) to take time to be creative and allow the brain to relax. Activities like these are a proven way to relieve stress and anxiety. Beverages available for a separate fee. Don't want to make the project and just want to come and do other fun activities in Fulton's Workshop? Regular museum admission of $5 applies. (Members, as always get in free and just pay for project materials/beverages).

February 24th, 6pm to 8pm project - Sasquatch vs. the Forest DIY Checkerboard. You'll have all the materials ($15 per board) to put together a checkerboard, including 3D-printed sasquatches and mini pine trees! Fun to play and looks great set up at home!

Call 715-232-8685 to reserve your spot or go online here.

March 17th, 6pm to 8pm - Build your own bat house. You will have all the materials ($30 per house) to build your bat house and learn about the best place to set it up! Call 715-232-8685 to reserve your spot or go online here.

April 21st, 6pm-8pm - Make a Kokedama (Japanese Moss Ball). A Kokedama is a form of Japanese garden art that dates back centuries. This particular style of planting was tied into the practice of bonsai. Jennifer Joyce Design will be leading this project. This unique form of plant suspension can give even the smallest of spaces some life, while highlighting a variety of different indoor plants. Pick your easy-care plant baby and learn a new technique, perfect for the beginner green thumb (materials cost: $35 per person). Call 715-232-8685 to reserve your spot or go online here.

May 19th, 5:30pm-9pm - Pour a Charcuterie Board. Pour your own charcuterie board or lazy susan (materials cost: $125 per board). These projects will be made with black walnut and epoxy. You will choose your own colors when you arrive. Attendees will have the choice of up to two colors of epoxy. This class will be taught by the lead instructor of Midwest Woodturners. Please plan on arriving around 5:30pm to look at wood options and color choices. All ticket sales are final, if you are not able to attend you may have someone take your place. Reserve your spot online here.

More information can be found on the Dunn County Historical Society Facebook page and website.