May 28 - Oct. 29
1 pm - 4 pm
7 pm - 9 pm
Call (262) 691-0233
Needed and Accepted Anytime!
Call (262) 691-0233
Our 2017 featured display is "Businesses That Built Pewaukee". We will also be displaying some of our new acquisitions. No entrance charge. Our regular open hours are Sundays 1:00-4:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 p.m. from May 28, 2017 - October 29, 2017 or always by appointment. The Steele Exhibit Building is located behind the Clark House Museum.
Following a brief business meeting and election of officers, Bill Schley will provide our program on the Lynndale Farms Racetrack in Pewaukee and his book "Four Short Years The Lynndale Farms Road Racing Course Story". No charge, all are welcome.
Following a brief business meeting, our program will be presented by Jeanine Knutson on the history of the 5 O'Clock Club in Pewaukee. No charge, all are welcome.
The students will present a program on "The 1960's in Pewaukee and America". This annual event presented by students of Pewaukee history teacher Aaron Yuskis is always an interesting evening for everyone. No charge, all are welcome.
Plan on attending this event to see what other people collect and learn about their collections. Let us know if you have a collection that you would like to share with others. Tables are free to members and only $10.00 for non members. This is a fun family afternoon - no charge to attend.
Take a step back in time and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of entertainment, old time kids games, tour the Clark House Museum and purchase an ice cream treat. All are welcome.
Visit the Pewaukee Area Historical Society booth to learn about Pewaukee's history.
This event on the grounds of the Clark House Museum includes demonstrations; a blacksmith, weaver, spinner, knitter, chair caner, and wood/stone carver. Hands-on activities; churn butter, slice cabbage, grind coffee, shell corn, bake sale, produce sale and much more. Delicious hot BBQ beef sandwiches for sale. Square dance group to perform. Plan on attending this free family friendly event.
Our annual Rummage Sale will be held in the STEELE EXHIBIT BLDG on the grounds of the Clark House Museum. DONATIONS ARE NEEDED - Save your items to be donated until the week before the rummage sale.
DROP OFF DATES: September 20, 24 & 27 from 1:00-4:00 p.m., September 23 from 9:00 a.m. - Noon.
SALE DATES: September 28th - 4:00-8:00 p.m., September 29th - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., September 30th - 9:00 a.m. - Noon
ITEMS WE CAN ACCEPT: Knick knacks, specialty linens or bedding, Christmas or holilday decorations, antique & vintage items, crafts, old books, small working kitchen appliances, dishes, kitchen items, home furnishings, artwork, decorative lawn art, small furniture items, vintage clothing, and decorative baskets.
ITEMS WE CANNOT ACCEPT: TVs, computers, food, cosmetics, perfume, clothes, large furniture, drapes, electronics, large appliances and exercise equipment.
ALSO NEEDED: Newspapers, plastic and paper grocery bags for packaging the purchases.
Program to be announced. All are welcome.
The annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting hosted by the Pewaukee Area Historical Society at the Clark House Museum. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there to visit with the children. Take pictures with Santa (bring your own camera). Activities: Santa's gift shop for the little ones to purchase a gift for mom and/or dad (wrapping included), caroling, cookies and hot chocolate provided and much more. The Community Christmas Tree will be lit at 5:00 p.m. All are welcome to this fun family afternoon!
Do you have any artifacts or memories of Waukesha Beach to share? Contact the Pewaukee Area Historical Society at (262) 691-0233 or e-mail info@PewaukeeHistory.org
The History of the Settlement and Progress of Pewaukee, Wisconsin (1836-1876-1976)
Editor: Redfield, Lorraine C.
$10 Plus S/H
Green Road and Duplainville Area
Author: Wiedeman, Mildred (1992)
$4 Plus S/H
Echos from Pioneer Trails: The Story of Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Author: Ryan, Joseph E (1963)
$4 Plus S/H
The Pewaukee Area Historical Society is a nonprofit organization, 501 (c) (3), dependent upon private funding for capital improvements and ongoing operations. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.