Ethnic Christmas at Hazelwood

Ethnic Christmas at Hazelwood

December 8 & 15, 2018



Are you familiar with the Norwegian Julenisse? St. Nicholas? The Christmas Carp? Visit Hazelwood Historic House this Holiday for Ethnic Christmas at Hazelwood.  Discover the similar and different customs that many cultures have during the holidays. Decorated by local ethnic groups, visitors can immerse themselves in the rich history of their holiday traditions. Visitors will hear traditional stories, listen to songs, and meet a few Ethnic Christmas figures! Enjoy a cup of cider and sample holiday treats made with traditional ethnic recipes. Try your hand at creating an ethnically inspired craft.


Get a photo with an Ethnic Christmas figure on December 8 between 12-4PM!


Sponsored by:

91.1 The Avenue, Amicale Francaise de la Vallee du Renard,

Bay Port High School German Club, Casa ALBA Melanie, Shamrock Club of Green Bay,

Sons of Norway, UWGB German Club, and Wisconsin Czechs, Inc.


For more details, visit or call (920) 437-1840




$5.00/Seniors (60+)

$4.00/Children (5-17)

Children under 5 are Free

Members are Free


Tickets are available at:


The Brown County Historical Society and Hazelwood Historic House are located at 1008 South Monroe Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54305. Parking for the event is at Aldo Leopold Elementary.


***This organization, program, or activity is not affiliated with the Pulaski Community School District nor is it a school-sponsored activity. This communication does not automatically imply District approval, support, or endorsement of the information contained within this document, program, or activity.***