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Wisconsin Steampunk & Neo-Victorian Assocation

Members: 160
Latest Activity: Oct 18

Welcome All...!

To all of you welcome!
This is a new group dedicated to uniting Those into the Steampunk and/or Neo-Victorian lifestyles.
It is my fond hope that we may be able to organize outings and events for the membership but more importantly simply bring us together in a show of support!
Feel free to invite any and all friends you may think interested.
Cheers!
Please also follow us on Facebook at, https://www.facebook.com/groups/276166147005/

Discussion Forum

Mad Hatter Tea, Charles Allis Art Museum, March 1 and 2

Started by Professor Gregory G.H. Rihn Feb 6. 0 Replies

Georgie and I are going again to the annual Mad Hatter Tea at the Charles Allis Art Museum in Milwaukee, It's a very enjoyable event. Good tea, nice food and plenty of it (you won't need dinner…Continue

Tags: tea

Historic Concordia Neighborhood Home Tour, June 15, free to Steampunks!

Started by Professor Gregory G.H. Rihn. Last reply by Professor Gregory G.H. Rihn Jun 5, 2013. 2 Replies

We have take the annual Historic Concordia Neighborhood home tours several past years, and it is always fascinating. The Concordia Neighborhood in Milwaukee is bounded on the east by N. 27th Street,…Continue

Name the Airship Contest

Started by Mike Breza. Last reply by Mike Breza Mar 28, 2013. 3 Replies

Name the Airship Contest.The Oshkosh Public Museum is calling on our Steampunk friends to come up with an appropriate name for the 10’ to 15’ long advertisement blimp that the museum will be using to…Continue

Tags: Public, Museum., Breza, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Blimp help.

Started by Mike Breza. Last reply by Mike Breza Mar 7, 2013. 4 Replies

Hello -wanted to bounce this off the group here- and oh I have waited so long to bounce a blimp around!Here is what I need help with.  Perhaps someone on this discussion board has worked with an…Continue

Tags: museum, Oshkosh, blimp

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Comment by Commander Charles S. Tritt on February 17, 2011 at 9:39am

Jolly good, Lord Bobbins. Jolly good.

Comment by Lord Hastings R. Bobbins on February 17, 2011 at 9:36am

This will be Lovely my dear. I so plan on wearing my new frock coat to your festive occasion!

 

His Lordship HR Bobbins

Comment by Lady Julianne on February 17, 2011 at 9:31am
Save the date: My dear husband Cmdr. Charles Samuel Tritt & I will be hosting a Steampunk Picnic at our home on Saturday, June 11th. Details to follow this spring as plans progress.
Comment by Lady Julianne on February 13, 2011 at 9:15am
For those interested in Victorian art, Katie Musolff, artist-in-residence at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, is offering tours of their collection on Fridays and Saturdays at 3:30 or by appointment. I did this yesterday and it was well worth the time. Katie's a fantastic artist, and knowledgable & articulate speaker. Hurry, she's only going to be there another month!   It's always best to call first. The hotel's phone number is (414) 273-8222.
Comment by Reverend Kyym Kimpel Esq on February 5, 2011 at 10:57am

I maybe late to the wall with this, if so consider my mentioning it as a reminder. I discovered an interesting little restaurant at 2107 East Capitol Drive in Shorewood WI. If you thought high tea was just for whitegloved ladies who stick their pinkies in the air, than you haven't been to the Anaba Tea Room, where the elegance and pomp of the old days has been traded for a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Anaba has resurrected the decades-old concept with a modern twist in its sophisticated Shorewood venue. Sip loose-leaf teas ranging from black and green to chai and oolong. Nosh on soups, salads, and tea sandwiches. Or, stay for dinner and feast on entrees like wild mushroom pasta, beef short ribs and smoked tea-rubbed pork tenderloin. There's no need for frilly lace and fancy hats; come as you are.

Anaba Tea room is open for lunch and dinner.

Tuesday : Lunch & Tea Service 11-3, Tea Service only 3-5

(subject to private parties & Events)

Wed-Sat : Lunch & Tea Service 11-3, Tea Service only 3-5, Dinner 5-9

Sunday: Lunch/Brunch & Tea Service 11-3 Featuring drnk & Brunch Specials

Closed Mondays

 

Anaba Tea Room

2107 East Capitol Drive

Shorewood WI. 53211

414 963-9510

Submitted by Reverend Kyym Kimpel Esq.

(I have no review, for I haven't patronized the establishment as yet.)

Comment by Urban Smythe on January 30, 2011 at 7:26am
I will be hosting a High Tea Feb. 19th. More details in the SE WI Eventsforum. Hope to see you there.
Comment by Lady Julianne on January 20, 2011 at 1:38pm
Regarding my previous post - my goodness, the lamp parts are already spoken for and will be going to a good home.  :)
Comment by Lady Julianne on January 20, 2011 at 1:20pm
Free to a good home! Really cool old lamp parts, perfect for someone with restoration and/or creative steampunking skills. They came in a box along with some antique curtain rods we were buying at a rummage sale. They're good-quality castings with a nice brassy and hint-of-paint finish. Unfortunately we've no use for them, so if you can pick them up (or we can hand them off to you at a Milwaukee-area event) they're yours for the asking, first-come, first-served.  Email me at hunterj@execpc.com for a photo.
Comment by Sarah Carter on January 17, 2011 at 2:47pm
Just started a blog that perhaps fellow Steampunk artists of Wisconsin may enjoy.  Or flame.  Who knows? lol  You can find it here.
Comment by Reverend Kyym Kimpel Esq on January 13, 2011 at 7:23pm

Seems like jolly pleasant way to spend a gray winters day. I shall endeavour to make the stroll a destination on my calendar.

 Reverend Kyym

 

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