Events and Programs

Richfield Historical Society
Upcoming Events

Messer/Mayer Mill &
House Tours

Book Club

Calendar of Events for Neighboring Organizations


 RICHFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETINGS
7:00 p.m.
Richfield Village Hall, 4128 Hubertus Road, Hubertus, Wisconsin
All are Welcome to Attend
No Charge for Non-Members
Refreshments are served



Next General Meeting

January 22, 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
 


2014 EVENTS



December 6, 2014
Noon - 3 pm

Christmas at the Mill
Richfield Historical Park
4399 Pleasant Hill Rd.

Free Admission (Donations Appreciated)
One of the Venues for Christmas in Richfield
Visit the Christmas in Richfield website

 

As you enter the door of the Messer/Mayer Mill House, you will be greeted with the sights, smells, and sounds of Christmas long ago -- vintage Christmas decorations, bread baking in the wood burning stove and homemade cookies along with hot cider and other beverages. Sing along with Christmas carols played on an upright piano; listen to the music of mandolin players from noon to 1 pm. Children are invited to find the “Pickle Ornament” on the Christmas tree and win a prize. Wagon rides through the park will be offered weather permitting.

Donations help support the projects of the Richfield Historical Society--in particular the restoration of the Messer/Mayer Mill.


 



MILL HOUSE BOOK CLUB

1:00 p.m.
The Nutman/Java Dancer
1319 State Road 175, Hubertus
All are welcome to attend
Questions? Call Jeanne at 262-628-0757


December 17, 2014

Featured Book: The Son
Author:  Phillip Meyer

Philipp Meyer, the acclaimed author of American Rust, returns with The Son: an epic of the American West and a multigenerational saga of power, blood, land, and oil that follows the rise of one unforgettable Texas family, from the Comanche raids of the 1800s to the to the oil booms of the 20th century.

Harrowing, panoramic, and deeply evocative, The Son is a fully realized masterwork in the greatest tradition of the American canon—an unforgettable novel that combines the narrative prowess of Larry McMurtry with the knife-edge sharpness of Cormac McCarthy.


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