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Events Call 262.248.6060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
January 2017 through June 2017 - "Tuesdays @ Two"
Victorian Weddings; Historic Stepping Stone House; Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy; Tattler II Sailboat
Restoring the Historic Normandie; hall Field Store; Lifecasting Can Be More Than a Bronze Sculpture
Edward Ayer 1941-1927; At The Lake Magazine; w Lake Geneva Grew (1850-Present); Facts and Fiction of Military Firearms; Where Did Honey Bear Farm Go?
For details and more information for any of the workshops, click here.
April 6, 2017 - January 6, 2018 - Shoe La La
- Exhibit opens on April 6
- Grand Opening 5:00pm - 7:00pm
To download the flyer, click here.
New Local History Book
A classic historical
resource of Lake Geneva, long out of print, has through the
diligent efforts of Patrick and Mary Quinn and other helpful
individuals been completely re-typed and re-published. James
Simmons' "Annals of Lake Geneva Wisconsin", covering the years
1835 to 1897, is now available at the Geneva Lake Area Museum.
If you have any interest at all in the history of Lake Geneva
this is a must read!
Sketches of Lake Geneva: A Rich History Revisited.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and the surrounding area is an amazing place to live. For some, it has been an amazing place to grow up, for others we are playing catch up to learn about the history and mystery of Lake Geneva.
Patrick M. Quinn has taken over 200 historical articles about the city he loves and is sharing them with all of us. Geneva Lake Museum is proud to have published Sketches of Lake Geneva: A Rich History Revisited.
We are sure you will be as excited as we are as you wander the pages that bring the history of Lake Geneva to life.
Available only at the Geneva Lake Museum
255 Mill Street
Lake Geneva, WI 53147