HOLIDAY WREATH SALES
SALES BEGIN LATE OCTOBER, WREATHS DELIVERED Mid NOVEMBER
Welcome in the holiday season by purchasing full, fresh wreaths, swags and kissing balls. Lush Wisconsin greens are freshly cut and your made to order wreath arrives days later. Orders due November 10th.
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CHRISTMAS AT NOBLE SQUARE
EARLY DECEMBER Cancelled due to Covid 19.
For a decade or more, Gibraltar Historical Association has hosted the Holiday Tree Lighting and Caroling event at the Alexander Noble House Museum. Come celebrate the Christmas spirit with good friends, hot cocoa and cookies.
Special Guests: Gibraltar Schools Chorus.
ALL THINGS CHOCOLATE
FIRST SATURDAY IN FEBRUARY - FISH CREEK WINTER GAMES
Gibraltar Historical Association is teaming up with Fish Creek Winter Games for “All Things Chocolate”. Can you think of a better way to enjoy a winter day than to have loads of sweet chocolates to choose from? Come visit the Old Town Hall in Fish Creek adjacent to the Winter Festival Tent. Chocolate-covered Oreos, pretzels and cherries, chess pie, cheesecake and triple brownies are but a few of the chocolaty choices to savor. Join us at the Old Town Hall for All Things Chocolate and warm up with a mug of hot cocoa as you choose from an array of goodies while visiting with residents and new friends.
ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DINNER
Canceled for 2020 due to Road Construction
Join us for our annual dinner at THE GIBRALTAR GRILL. The evening entails dinner and refreshments with a brief historical program supporting the vision of Gibraltar Historical Association.
Contact: noblehousefc@gmail for reservations
OLD FASHIONED LEMONADE SALE
SUMMERFEST SATURDAY IN FISH CREEK (Nearest to 4th of July)
Under a tent in Clark Park you'll find a host of volunteers fresh-squeezing lemons for a tall glass of old fashioned lemonade. Part of the Summerfest tradition in Fish Creek, the Lemonade Sale delights many as it provides quenching relief on a hot summer afternoon. Wander through the park with your glass, enjoy the music, visit the water's edge and stay 'til dusk to take in the fireworks.