Annual Cream Can Supper Fundraiser

The Dunn County Historical Society will be holding it’s 10th Annual Cream Can Supper on Saturday August 22nd, 2015 at the Dunn County Museum in Dunn Center. What is a Cream Can Supper? It’s fresh vegetables, such as corn on the cob, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, onions, and polish sausage cooked in cream cans over a burner, also rolls, beverages, and dessert. Serving begins at 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time, cost is Adults: $10.00; Kids 6-12: $5.00; under 6: Free.

Enjoy an evening of good food, musical entertainment by the Dakota Nights/ Suzi Weisz and Dennis Frafford; if you like you can even dance tot he music; Bill Ihm from Ainsworth, Nebraska with Knapping demonstrations.

The raffle this year inclue’s a full size quilt “Kansas Troubles” Depression Era replica fabric, “Sante Fe Trail” pattern sewn by Cheryl Smith from Halliday; 1/2 beef donated by a local member and processed by Halliday Custom Meats; a $100 gift certificate from Benz Oil of Killdeer, N.D.; and a 5 piece cast iron cookware set donated by Bill and Shelly Flaget. The raffle tickets can be purchased at the Dunn County Museum, available at the Cream Can Supper, at American Bank Center, Killdeer; The Union Bank, Halliday; or any Dunn County Historical Society Board members or Museum Committee members. Tickets are $5.00 per ticket or 10 tickets for $45.00. The drawing will take place August 22nd, at the Cream Can Supper.

Please support the Dunn County Museum by purchasing a raffle ticket and attending the Cream Can Supper. If you have never been to the museum or it has been awhile, see the amazing displays of the history and artifacts from the great plains Indians to the homesteaders that created the area and some modern items also, come see our new railroad display by Neal Thomas.

For more information about this event, becoming a member, or serving as a volunteer at the museum, call the Dunn County Museum at 548- 8111. The museum is open everyday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. except Wednesdays until after Labor Day weekend, and then by appointments.

Invite a friend and come out to enjoy a night of good food, music, dancing if you like and seeing Indian arrow heads made by a flint knapper.

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