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Just wanted to say thank you for being so hospitable a couple years ago to allow me to shoot my film on your streets! Here is the final film — Thank you!!
The film originated two years ago — contextually based on my personal life and journey. While writing the screenplay, I envisioned almost all of the scenes taking place in downtown appleton.
Logistically, I assumed it would be nearly impossible to acquire the access to a busy downtown intersection and essentially close downtown for a few hours. However, I had faith! I worked with Eric Lom, the traffic manager, to gain access to shoot a pretty laborious and tricky scene right in the heart of downtown. I had an incredible crew of 15 friends to help out that day. It was ridiculously riveting & exciting to have a vision come to life, in its entirety. There is only one scene in the film that wasn’t shot in downtown appleton — I am so incredibly blessed to make movies in such a beautiful, generous town! Thank you all for your support – and enjoy the film!
Acoca Coffee May 2013 Artist, Photographer Brent Pitt.
Acoca Coffeee features new artists each month. Come in and check out each month’s featured artists at 500 W. College Ave.
Fascinating food lore for all ages! Open Tues.-Sun., 11 am-4pm. Closed Mondays & major holidays.
Food brings people together at the table and helps define who we are as a community. This exhibit at the History Museum at the Castle will explore how and why local food traditions were established and continue today. Created by the Museum’s professional curators, this 3,200-square-foot exhibit incorporates historic photographs, authentic artifacts and plenty of hands-on experiences. Learn how historical and contemporary immigrations have shaped the area’s menus. Celebrate the local dairy industry by exploring a multi-media, interactive dairy kiosk. Try your hand at sturgeon spearing and learn the history behind this unique tradition in a virtual ice shanty. Foodies: learn about the origins of Wisconsin’s most iconic food traditions, including fish fries, brandy old fashioneds, frozen custard, lager beer and sausages.
Join Stone Cellar for an enormous Mother’s Day buffet on Sunday, May 12th from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Headlining the buffet will be an extended rotating hot line with several different meats including free-range chicken, all-natural beef, ham, and lamb. We will be partnering those great meats with a planked salmon, mashed potatoes, fresh fruit, and fresh baked rolls.
Additionally, Stone Cellar’s buffet will feature our famous organic salad bar and fresh homemade soup. They will finish it with an array of sweet desserts. The buffet will run from 11:00am until 2:00pm and the cost is $17.99 for adults; $6.99 for children 7 to 12; and $3.99 for children 6 and under.
Stone Cellar is now taking reservations for seats and you can reserve your spot by calling 920.731.3322. Reservations are strongly recommended. Hope to see you at Stone Cellar Brew Pub.