By Paul Schmitt
Clean up inside the Teweles and Brandeis granary is continuing as the Teweles family members plan on visiting Sturgeon Bay at the end of the month. The historic building was moved to the east side waterfront on South 1st Avenue in Sturgeon Bay back in March. Sturgeon Bay Historical Society President Christie Weber explains the work currently being done.
Weber says the inside walls of the 117-year-old structure will be pressure-washed and the roof will encapsulate the building so birds cannot enter it. Ninety-one-year-old Nicole Teweles and her daughter Tracy will be making a special presentation sharing the history of the granary in Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday, June 27.