Old Fashioned Fourth

Join us Saturday, July 2 (yes, the second) for an “Old Fashioned Fourth” — a celebration commemorating the 246th observance of the United States’ Independence Day. The Rassbach Museum will be open to the public for free (donations gladly accepted) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Check back in late June for other plans as […]

Brews & Build – Make a Sasquatch Checkerboard

Join us for our first Brews & Build event at Fulton’s Workshop! Unwind from the week by having a brew (n/a available!) make a fun project, and/or get creative with Lego, our magnet wall, and all the other great activities available in the workshop. This is a night for grown ups (18+) to take time […]

Wisconsin’s Most Haunted Locations

Join us for a ghostly journey with paranormal author Chad Lewis, as he explores Wisconsin’s Most Haunted Places. Chad covers the entire state — from wandering ghosts in the Northwoods, a haunted B&B in Milwaukee, prowling phantom creatures and graveyard apparitions. Lewis has been featured on the Discovery Channel’s A Haunting, William Shatner’s Weird or […]

Cancelled – Wisconsin Fest

This event has been cancelled The Blue Caps’ second home event of 2021 will feature the “Big 4” in regards to Wisconsin teams. We will welcome the Sand Creek 9, Milwaukee Greys and Milwaukee Cream Cities to Menomonie for a fun-filled day of Vintage Base Ball. https://www.facebook.com/events/2568599493438990/

Old Fashioned Fourth

Join us Saturday, July 3 (yes, the third) for an “Old Fashioned Fourth” — a celebration commemorating the 245th observance of the United States’ Independence Day. The Rassbach Museum will be open to the public for free (donations gladly accepted) from 11 am to 5 p.m. Then beat the heat with a free indoor screening […]

BioBlitz in Wakanda Park

Help record the wildlife of Wakanda Park for future generations! Join us on June 12th for a BioBlitz with local scientists. (Free Event – Registration Required) A bioblitz is a fun, intensive, short study of biodiversity in a specific location. We’ll look for birds, mammals wildflowers, reptiles, butterflies, beetles, mushrooms… all the nature we can […]

Picnics & Petals: A May Celebration!

A fundraising event in support of the Dunn County Historical Society. SPRINGTIME MARKET Features a plant sale with annuals and perennials, veggies, fruits, and native plants. Many planted in repurposed retro ceramic and glass cups, bowls, and planters. Also baked goods, hand-crafted flower and leaf crowns, springtime plush puppets, and exclusive t-shirts. (no admission required […]

Happy Days and Hard Times: Christmas

Dunn County Historical Society Executive Director Melissa Kneeland will present about holiday celebrations of the 1920s and 30s here in the United States. Topics will range from traditions that began in that era, to the effects that the Great Depression and Prohibition had on the holiday season. Click on the link at 1:55 p.m. — […]

Edible History – Victorian Holidays

The Dunn County Historical Society and the Menomonie Market Food Co-op present this make-along zoom class on holiday decorations from the Victorian Era all made with food. You’ll make three classic decorations and hear the history of how and why they became popular. You’ll make three classic decorations and hear the history of how and […]

Treats on the Trail

Dunn County Historical Society once again presents Treats on the Trail. Come show off your costumes and join us at Wakanda Park to enjoy the beautiful fall weather and gather Halloween treats along the way. The cost is $3 per child. This event is for children 12 and younger and children must be accompanied by […]