Cub Cares Community Brat Stand at Freeport Art Museum Nov. 5-6
From press release
FREEPORT, Ill.—Freeport Art Museum (FAM) will serve up more than art at the Cub Cares Community Brat Stand Nov. 5-6. Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, customers can choose from a Choice Angus ribeye steak sandwich, Hormel pork chop sandwich, third-pound ground chuck burgers, jumbo brat, hot dog, Mrs. Mike’s chips and Pepsi products.
Jennifer Kirker, FAM director, said: “We look forward to this event as an opportunity to tell more people about Freeport’s greatest cultural asset—the Art Museum! There is nothing like a good brat or pork chop sandwich on a nice fall day. We hope to see lots of Art Museum members, dedicated friends as well as new faces.”
Established in 1975, FAM shares the visual and performing arts with the people of northwest Illinois. FAM’s mission is to promote an understanding of art and culture through its collections, exhibitions and education.
The museum’s collection contains nearly 4,000 artifacts from all continents and all time periods, including ethnographic objects from Egypt, Southeast Asia, and Papua New Guinea; pre-Columbian and Native American baskets and pottery; excellent 15th to 19th century European painting, prints and sculpture; and a significant collection of contemporary American prints, paintings and sculpture.
FAM is at 121 N. Harlem Ave., Freeport, Ill., and is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, and noon-5 p.m., Saturday. Tours may be scheduled by calling (815) 235-9755. Admission to the museum is free, although donations are appreciated.
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