The Early History of the Horse Doctor

  • Sat, October 20, 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Liberty Hall, Kimberly WI


  • Open to anyone who is a NEWVMA veterinarian or who works with a NEWVMA veterinarian (managers, receptionists, technicians, assistants, etc) and all interested spouses and significant others

Registration is closed
A Historic NEWVMA Fall Event:
Come Socialize and earn CE!

Join us for drinks and dinner then listen to Dr. Fred Born as he regales us with the development of veterinary medicine through the ages

Plus  a display of over 100 antique veterinary tools and documents on loan from WVMA Veterinary Museum and the Fond du Lac County Historical Society


Saturday October 20th, 2012

Liberty Hall Banquet and Conference Center

800 Eisenhower Drive

Kimberly, WI


6:00 pm  Registration,  Social Hour,  Historical Display Viewing and Artifact Q&A with Dr. Born

7:00 pm  Brief Introductory Remarks followed by dinner

Featuring all you can eat Prime Rib with Twice Baked Potatoes, Grilled Haddock with Rice, a variety of rolls, salads, pastas and fruits/vegetables, and Pecan Pie and Cheesecake for dessert  (Vegetarian Option available upon special request by contacting the NEWVMA Office)

7:45 pm Keynote Presentation ' The Early History of the Horse Doctor'


Cost is only $15 per person and open to all NEWVMA veterinarians, their co-workers and spouses/significant others


*One hour of non-scientific  CE Credit  provided for veterinarians and technicians.  Forty five minutes full of interesting history on the development of veterinary medicine  provided for the entertainment of all  guests!


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