STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) – PBS Wisconsin is giving audiences a peek at its Wisconsin hometown stories: Stevens Point in Pfiffner Park tonight.
The event will also give attendees the chance to learn more about the city, at booths set up by sponsors and vendors. The Portage County Historical Society and the Polish Heritage Awareness Society will be there to provide educational information about the city.
Other sponsors include Point Brewery, Fall Line Outfitters, The Worth Company, and Becoming an Outdoorswoman.
“The vendors and organizations that will be at the screening will be open and ready for attendees at 5:30 p.m. PBS Wisconsin will be giving a launch presentation at 7:00 p.m., and the screening will follow immediately after that,” said CREATE Chris Klesmith, project activator of the Portage County.
Purple Basil and Smokehound BBQ food trucks will also be available for anyone wanting dining options.
“Everyone I reached out to about the event was very excited about it. When given the opportunity to learn more about the history of the place, they are really excited,” Klesmith said.
The documentary will take a look at the development of the region from the indigenous inhabitants of Menominee to the present day.
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