24 Jan 2012

La Cusina Dinner

BIFF come to the Angel Museum 

February, and filmmakers will be arriving in Beloit for BIFF (Beloit International Film Festival) and the Angel Museum is on the venue for movies. Glenn PerryAnd once again this year the Museum will be serving the “La Cusina Dinner”,  you can choose to have dinner and watch a movie, or just the dinner or the movie.

Delicious Italian Cuisine and a complementary glass of wine  will be catered and served by Angel Museum Volunteers.

The La Cucina dinner will be in the museum proper within the aisles among the Berg Angel Collection, the world’s largest collection of angels.


[box]February 17th & 18th 5 – 8 pm
Open Seating 7:30 pm  Last Seating $35.00 per person (Dinner only)[/box]

Reservations are required: call 608.362.9099 between 10am and 1pm Movie tickets purchase and info visit beloitfilmfest.org

Date: Saturday, December 3, 2011
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Taste of Heaven Cafe
Adults: $14
Little Angels: $7

The Angel Museum invites all Little Angels and their grandmothers, mothers, aunts, and friends to come and enjoy miniature savories, sweets and big tea cups too!

Reservations REQUIRED. Adults 14.00 and Little Angels 7.00

Bev Melton & Ernie Bollerud | Angel Museum Volunteers Of The Year Simply put, the Angel Museum would not function without the dedicated support of its many volunteers. While every single volunteer is appreciated, each year at this time we make a point of recognizing someone who’s contribution has been particularly special. Well this year it happened that two individuals really stood out for us. As we were unwilling to make such a hard choice and they were unwilling to arm wrestle for it we resolved to recognize both of them. It is with our deepest thanks and on behalf of the entire Angel Museum community that we wish to thank Bev Melton and Ernie Bollerud for the generous gift of their time and talents. Bev and Ernie have both been involved in various capacities at the Angel Museum since the very beginning. Bev has served as Board President and docent among other things. Ernie, well he’s just always been there for us when we needed him over all these years. We couldn’t do it without wonderful volunteers like them. Bev and Ernie were both recognized at the yearly Angel Museum Volunteer Recognition Dinner. Pictured:Board President Shauna El Amin presenting certificates of appreciation to Bev Melton & Ernie Bollerud. Ernie’s the taller one.  🙂

Finally, can’t pass on the opportunity to mention… We would love to have you join us. If interested just give us a call at 608-362-9099

Angel Museum will Host a “Royal Wedding Tea Party”

Saturday, June 4

1:00 p.m.

In the Taste of Heaven Cafe

$25.00 per person

Menu Includes:

  • Champagne Tea
  • Savories
  • Scones
  • Sweets
  • Prince William’s Chocolate Cake

Seating is limited; reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling the Angel Museum at 608-362-9099 or email Terri70@gmail.com

Bring your outrageous hats and your friends for an afternoon of Celebration and Fun as we toast the Royal Wedding Couple in a 4 course English Tea.

Menu will include a bite of Prince William’s chocolate cake and entertainment of Royal Trivia.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

The Angel Museum’s 4th Annual Plant Sale

Saturday, May 21,2011
8:00 a.m. until all plants are sold.

This year plant sale will have a whole new twist to our sale which will include:


  • Beautifully hand-crafted TP trelis’,
  • Professionally potted patio containers,
  • The Museum’s signature Angel’s Trumpets (Brugmansia in a variety of colors),
  • Moon Flowers (Double Daturas in a variety of colors),
  • Roses,
  • Clematis,
  • Ornamental grasses,
  • Flowering maples,
  • Amaranthus (love lies bleeding),
  • Castor bean,
  • Crepe myrtle,
  • Hyacinth bean vine and much more.
  • Donations of divided plants are always welcome.

crapemyrtle orchid cascade dwarf RX angel moon flower

Saturday, April 30, 2011 Eclipse Center – Beloit 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

This community event showcases a “Taste of Beloit” as well as  featuring the wonderful Beloit restaurants and the cuisines they serve.

In addition, attendees can taste great wine and specialty beers primarily from Wisconsin. This year’s event will also feature local artisans on hand exhibiting their works such as; oils, enamels, engravings, batiks, silk-screens, watercolors, and three dimensional cast papers; to name a few.

A live auction will be presented by local auctioneer, Rich Ranft and will include art pieces from each participating artist. Music, Fun and Surprises are sure make it an evening to entertain, enjoy and help the Angel Museum sustain its operations.

Artists are also encouraged to participate.

For information, contact the Angel Museum at 608-362-9099 or email ruth@angelmuseum.org

Many Thanks to our local sponsors of this Event. Please support them as you make your purchasing decisions.      


Six Hometown Heroes Honored

On February 25, the Angel Museum was host to over 55 community citizens gathered to honor the Hometown Heroes. This annual event began in 2003 and was initiated because the Angel Museum wanted to recognize local African-American leaders and their contributions to not only the Beloit Community, but to the entire country.

The 2011 Honorees

Hometown Heroes

Backrow left:

J. Wayne Hyler, President of The Hyleco Group Investment property, Tax and business consultant Serves on many corporate & community boards.

Accepting for Marcia Anderson who was on assignment in Africa, was her father. Marcia is a Brigadier General, U.S. Army Reserves Clerk of Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Wisconsin Active in several community organizations.

Accepting for James Caldwellwas his father. Jim Caldwell is Head coach for the Indianapolis Colts Leading his team to Super Bowl XLIV. He was Fifth rookie head coach to reach the Super Bowl and has been assistant coach at five colleges.

Jim Gordon: Teacher and coach for 30 years, Jim was the recipient of the Wisconsin Coaches Basketball Hall of Fame and Teacher of the Year award for 1993.

 Front row left:

Dr. John Odom, President of  Odom & Associates. Educator, Author, Consultant, Actor & Speaker Community Service activist.

Accepting on behalf of the Rev. Floyd Prude, Jr. family was Barbara Hickman. Rev. Prude passed away a couple years ago.

He was one of Beloit’s greatest supporters and leader in the community. He was Pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Beloit 36 years.

He was a Dr. of Divinity Degree, Beloit College and leader of numerous organizations.

February 18th and 19th, 2011

Hospitality 5:30 PM
Entertainment featuring David Khai on guitar
Dinner 6:30 PM Movie 7:30 PM

To access films shown at the Angel Museum

  • Friday 7:30 Crossing Borders. To see trailers Click here
  • Saturday 7:30 World’s Largest.  To see trailer Click here

Event Hosts Glenn and Mary ParryThis culinary Journey will be specially prepared by Glenn & Mary Parry Enjoy an amazing Italian dinner among over 12,000 angels from around the world.

Investment is $45.00 per person

– $40 for just dinner – $8 for just movie


The evening will include:

Italian Vino
Pinot Gregio and Chianti
Lista Delle Vivande (menu)
Caesar salad, bread and Roasted Garlic Bulbs in Dipping Oil,
Entrata (entree’s)
Baked Spaghetti with Meat Balls, Baked Mostaccioli with Italian Sausage Baked Cheese Stuffed Shells, Fresh Parmesan Cheese
Dolce (dessert)
Cannoli, Titamisu, Coffee and tea.


Seating is limited and Reservations are requested by calling 608-362-9099

6th Annual BIFF

BIFF 2011 Program Book CoverThe Beloit International Film Festival offers entertainment and educational opportunities. More than that, it offers relief to the underprivileged and unrepresented in our community using films as a vehicle for cultural awareness and the opportunity to become more informed of events, politics, and general social conditions of countries outside of the United States.

The festival offers programming and venues selected as a means of enhancing the community image and improving the quality of life. Paramount in our efforts is our objective to create an environment for economic growth through events to attract visitors and to support an increase in local retail business. To reach these goals, Stateline Festivals must ensure its financial stability by offering quality events with community support; plan events that accurately represent the diversity of cultures and interests in our surrounding community; and commit to an open invitation to all segments of the community for involvement, participation and partnership.

Visitors to our Festival and community can look forward to the genuine character of the Beloit community: unique people and cultural attractions; distinct architectural locations for film showings; and the perfect match in atmosphere and amenities of venues with the films to be shown there.

Stateline Festivals, Inc. is a community builder in attracting 16 corporate sponsors, over 250 volunteers, and municipal and non-profit partners. Together, we celebrate the success of the Festival, and send out a powerful message of community teamwork in action.

Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of Christmas during the Inaugural Dedication of

“Somebody’s Angel”

December 4, 2010 |
7:00 P.M.
$10 per Person In Advance Angel Museum

Performed by David Khai

On December 4th at 7:00 PM, attendees will be entertained by the sights and sounds of the Christmas Season with an exclusively planned concert featuring David Khai and his new Angel inspired song, “Somebody’s Angel.”  Dave Khai, a native of Fond du Lac Wisconsin now living in Beloit, started his singing songwriting career way back in fifth grade. He has written over 400 songs performing in a wide variety of venues.

The song, “Somebody’s Angel” was written with co-writer Amy Jo when the two were in Nashville. It was a cold, rainy, very damp and dreary night and the two were not connecting the song they were trying to write when a happening occurred; Amy Jo got into the “vamp” on her guitar and David started singing.

A Country feel, “Somebody’s Angel” was born. Amy took it back to Orange County and finished the second verse and bridge. Now after it being shopped around the industry for five years, it finally has a home at the Angel Museum.  “Many lives have been deeply touched by this song as it relates to people on so many levels,” according to David.

There are three very distinct moving stories with the chorus prompting all of us to be “Somebody’s Angel,” said Khai. In addition to the inaugural dedication of the song which will be sold exclusively at the Angel Museum, David will perform original and traditional Holiday songs during the two hour concert. Concert will be in the museum at 7:00 PM.

A short sample of “Somebody’s Angel”[audio:http://www.angelmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Somebodys-Angel-clip-fade.mp3|titles=Somebody’s Angel clip]

Admission $10.00 in advance – $15.00 at the door.
Seating is limited to 50 people and tickets can be purchased at the Angel Museum
656 Pleasant St.
Or by calling 608-362-9099

Join Us for the First Little Angel Tea Party

Saturday, December 4, 2010

1:00 PM in the Taste of Heaven Café.

Bring your children, nieces, grands, great grands, neighbors and friends to an afternoon of fun and excitement celebrating the festive holidays for girls ages 6 to adult.

Little girls will be treated to special angel nail designs by Parkway Hair Fashions, high tea featuring scones, savories, sweets and tea.

Each girl will be given her own specially designed angel mug, halo, lollypop, and many other surprises to take home. Girls will be entertained with story time by Angel Lady, Joyce Berg.

Seating is limited and reservations are suggested.

$18.00 per adult
$6.00 per girl

For reservations and tickets, call the Angel Museum at 608-362-9099.