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Join the Society on the lawn of the Historical Museum for a series of five events that are not only held out of doors but feature activities and history in our Northwoods environment.
July 1- The Society partners with Great Headwaters Trails (GHT) to present “How Wisconsin Became a Great Bike State.”
July 15- Learn about the area’s abundance of walking and hiking trails and the hidden treasures to be found along the route.
July 19- Master Gardener Alice Pride Kramer will discuss the challenges of Northwoods gardening with a look back at our area’s early residents and our history of subsistence gardening and food preservation.
August 5- Lauren Drapes will be your guide to historic and rustic roads to drive in our locale.
August 12 – Susan Wilkinson will give a virtual tour of the historic Eagle River downtown as it was in 1894.
All programs are free to the public, although your donations are most welcome. Please bring a lawn chair if possible. There will be a limited number of folding chairs available also.