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Richfield Historical Society
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 RICHFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETINGS
7:00 p.m.
Richfield Village Hall, 4128 Hubertus Rd, Hubertus, Wisconsin

All are Welcome to Attend
No Charge for Non-Members
Refreshments are served



March 26,  2015


Program: "Wisconsin Shipwrecks"
Presenter: Caitlin Zant

Caitlin Zant is one of two maritime archeologists on the Wisconsin Historical Society's staff. Her presentation will include stories about several Wisconsin shipwrecks In addition she will talk about the work from the field season, discussing the history of each ship and the work completed this past summer.Caitlin attended East Carolina University Program in Maritime Studies for her masters in Maritime Archaeology.

 


2015 EVENTS


Maple Syrup Family Day

March 28, 2015
1 pm

Watch maple trees tapped and sap gathered from tapped trees. See how the sap is boiled into delicious syrup.

Demonstrations at 1:15 and 2:30
Free Admission
Tour of Grist Mill and Mill House
Wagon Ride from Sugar Shack to House & Mill
House/Mill Tour: $5,adults; $3, ages 6-12 and under 6, free
Food Available for Sale

Richfield Historical Park
Use Nature Park Entrance: 1896 Hwy 164

 

 


 

  • July 25, 2015: Richfield Art at the Mill
     
    Artists Registration Form & Guidelines
     

  • August 16, 2015: Vintage Baseball Game & Car Show
     

  • Sept. 19 & 20, 2015: 17th Annual Thresheree
     

  • Oct. 4, 2015: Old Iron Swap Meet
     

  • Dec. 5, 2015: Christmas at the Mill House



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


March 18, 2015

Featured Book: The Sky, the Stars, the Wilderness
Author:  Rick Bass

The three short novels in this collection have been called "wondrous": A woman returns to live on her family's west Texas ranch . . . a man tracks his wife through a winter wilderness . . . an ancient ocean buried in the foothills of the Appalachians becomes a battleground for a young wildcat oilman and his aging mentor. Here is Bass at his magical, passionate, and lyrical best.


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