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(608) 644-8444


565 Water St,
Prairie Du Sac, WI 53578

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My wife and I were there tonight after the SCHS picnic at the Free Thinkers Hall. Museum is very wee done!!!!.

Waiting to go on a tour of the Prairie du Sac Dam.

Matt Anderson’s FFA jacket is a powerful reminder of the sacrifice many farmers make. We miss him to this day. The blue corduroy is an iconic symbol of rural roots.

Juliet Rake’s Sauk County rural snapshots are up. She has a wonderful way of making the everyday sacred. Great perspectives.

Caroline Steuber brought in her scrapbook from teaching at Hillside School. How many students do you know?

Exhibit opening Friday, June 28, 7 – 9 p.m.

Thanks to Troy Talford with Sauk Prairie FFA who brought in this awesome scrapbook from the past decades. Great photos to flip through! A shout-out to Bob Weeks.

One of our favorite photos of Anna Gasser Moore and fellow milliners displaying their hand-made hats in (what is now) The Window Sill, Gifts. émoticône smile!

Thank you SPAHS for these great photos from the 1900’s.

Eldor Fruehling donated this cool 1960s bedside floor lamp from the Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital & Clinics.

Lilian Zick and daughter Joanne hold the photo of Lorin Zick, WWII vet. Others visiting Tripp for this mini-display, but not pictured, included Rex and Betty Boss and Denman Kramer.

Vic Lochner chats with Jody Kapp

Eldor Freuhling, Len & Shirley Speth visiting Tripp after a WWII Vets Breakfast at the Blue Moon on Monday Nov. 12.

Many of the items in this mini-exhibit came from a big trunk donated by Lorin Zick, WW II. Check out the Anti-Dim Cloth for Gas Masks. Lorin’s trunk contained two masks – one for real and one for training.

A wonderful scrap book from WW I

Interior of the dance book from the 1923 Military Ball

The outside cover of a dance book from the 1923 Military Ball held in Madison. Many prominent names are listed in attendance.

Breakfast in a box and a box to store your bonds. This one compliments of Buerki’s Fashion Center.

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