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Wisconsin's John Muir: An Exhibit Celebrating the Centennial of the National Park Service

Apr 1 - May 31 :: South Wood County Historical Society :: Wisconsin Rapids
Commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service by visiting the traveling display from the Wisconsin Historical Society.

"We Stand on Their Shoulders": A History of Wisconsin Women and Voting

Apr 8 - May 6 :: Dwight Foster Public Library :: Fort Atkinson
Explore the moments when women in Wisconsin gained political rights through the Wisconsin Historical Society's newest traveling display.
Onsite Experiences

Taproom Talks Speaker Series

Apr 20 :: Wade House :: Greenbush
Hear stories by celebrated authors and historians at Wade House
Author Appearance

George Hesselberg - Dead Lines: Slices of Life from the Obit Beat

Apr 20 :: Menasha Public Library :: Menasha
Menasha Public Library welcomes author and longtime newspaper reporter George Hesselberg for a discussion of his book
Author Appearance

Walking Home Ground with author Robert Root

Apr 21 :: South Wood County Historical Society :: Wisconsin Rapids
Join author Robert Root as he discusses his book Walking Home Ground
Author Appearance

One Room Schools: Stories from the Days of 1 Room, 1 Teacher, 8 Grades

Apr 23 :: Cudahy Historical Society :: Cudahy
Join author Susan Apps-Bodilly as she chronicles life in Wisconsin's early country schools.
Author Appearance

Mike Hoeft discusses The Bingo Queens of Oneida: How Two Moms Started Tribal Gaming in Wisconsin

Apr 25 :: Matheson Memorial Library :: Elkhorn
Join Mike Hoeft as he discusses his book The Bingo Queens of Oneida
Author Appearance

B.J. Hollars discusses Wisconsin for Kennedy: The Primary That Launched a President and Changed the Course of History

Apr 25 :: Heyde Center For the Arts :: Chippewa Falls
The Heyde Center welcomes author B. J. Hollars, discussing his new book on JFK's history-making 1960 primary campaign
Author Appearance

Barbara Joosse discusses Death's Door: True Tales of Tragedy, Mystery, and Bravery from the Great Lakes' Most Dangerous Waters

Apr 25 :: Richfield Fire Hall :: Richfield
Join bestselling children's author Barbara Joosse for a discussion of her new graphic novel-style book recounting dramatic Great Lakes history
Genealogy Workshop

Genealogy: It's A Trip!

Apr 27 :: Online Webinar ::
Buckle up for a genealogy road trip of a lifetime!