News and Events

Event Schedule (Subject to Change)

Upcoming Events

September 26
9am-3pm

Local History Regional Meeting hosted by NWCHS & Marshfield Historic Preservation Association 2nd Street Community Center, 211 E 2nd St. Marshfield - Drendel Rm

October 26 9am-Noon

Make a Difference DayHelp clean up the Upham Yard! Bring a rake and some gloves. Refreshments provided

Upcoming Spoken History Lectures

All lectures are held the first Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library- Felker Family Genealogy and Local History Room, unless otherwise noted.

September 9

Sponsor: North Wood County Historical Society

"History of Marshfield's Schools"
Mike Meyers, NWCHS Board Member

October 7

Sponsor: Marshfield Area Genealogy Group

"Central Wisconsin Homesteaders, Using their Land Entry Case File of local and family history."
-Don Schnitzler MAGG

November 4

Sponsor: Historic Preservation Committee

"City of Marshfield's New Historic Driving Brochure" -
Vickie Schnitzler, HPC Chair

December 2

Sponsor: Historic Preservation Association

“Pioneer Marshfield Architect and Contractor, Hans Bille” - Shirley Mook, President of the Marshfield HPA

Local historian, Ruth Voss, will share information on the homes and people of Marshfield's Pleasant Hill District.

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Published Mar 22, 2018

A reading and Q&A with author Rhonda Whetstone's book Wicked Wood County Wisconsin, a compilation of 33 stories of the historic murders of Wood County

Monday March 12th 7pm at the Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library in the JP Adler Room.

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Published Feb 17, 2018

Stories and more about the NWCHS Wedding Dress Collection and the women who treasured them are told in this video presentation.

 

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Published Jan 31, 2018

The Fall 2017 edition of the NWCHS newsletter can be viewed below.

Fall 2017

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