Upcoming Events

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Wednesday, October 19th - General Meeting 6:30pm - 8pm lower level of Old Town Hall

 

Saturday, November 19, Muskego Country Christmas, OPEN HOUSE - Free Admission

(Open Houses have been held during the summer months of 2016 on the third Saturday of May, June, July, & August with very poor attendance.  The last scheduled Open House for 2016 will be during the Muskego Country Christmas event.  We are looking for input as to whether these should be scheduled again for the summer of 2017!)

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Previous event postings:

Muskego Festival

August 25-28!

Veteran's Park-Racine Ave. at Pioneer Drive

www.muskegofest.com

Old Settlement Buildings will be open for inspection prior to and during parade on Sunday, Aug. 28th

Great weather and nice crowd Friday nite

 

414-422-1155

A courtesy announcement.

Event was- August 5th!

Great weather and nice crowd Friday nite!

Jammin' on Janesville

An event organized by the

Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism to foster interaction between our businesses and the community.

Friday, August 5

5:00 to 9:00 p.m.

 

414-422-1155

Muskego's National Night-Out, Thursday, August 4th 5pm to 9pm

at Veteran's Park

Muskego's National Night Out

was held Thurs. 8/03

at Veteran's Park

...and from the size of the crowd,

it looked like a huge success!

Exhibits

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We are working on creating a research library in the lower level of the Old Town Hall. (8/15/2012)

A museum room is being created in the lower level of the Old Town Hall at the Settlement Center. Artifacts are on display that represent Muskego's history. (11/24/2009)

The log house is currently being transformed into a General Store/Trading Post. (6/17/2009)

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Tours

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Take a trip back to a simpler time at the Muskego Settlement Center. Enjoy visiting historic buildings such as the Wollman House, the one room school house, the country church and the Heinrich log cabin. Walk along the boardwalk trail amid protected flora and forest.

For scheduled tours please call (262) 227-3552. Or email Gary Kulas

Tours run from May to the mid-October for groups of between three and thirty. Ideal for scout troops, school classes, genealogy societies, and history buffs of all ages. Tour dates based on volunteer availability.

A donation of $2.00 per person is suggested

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Memory Project

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The Muskego Public Library (with the support of its active Friends of the Library group) and the Muskego Historical Society are partners in an ongoing oral history initiative called The Muskego Memory Project.


The purpose of this oral history project is to record the family and local histories of the people of Muskego, and surrounding communities, before their irretrievable memories, stories and voices are lost forever. After recording, the histories will be archived for use by family members and historians.


For additional information, including recording appointment times and locations (the Muskego Memory Project is now "mobile" to accommodate those who are not able to come to the library), please contact Bill Larsen at the Muskego Historical Society, 262-662-3484 , to make an appointment for your place in history.

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Town Square Paver Project

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To order an engraved paver of your own please download the Town Square Paver Project form and mail it to: 

     Muskego Historical Society 
     PO Box 137 
     Muskego, WI 53150

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