What's New

What's New

Crowds enjoy Houses in Bloom

Posted: 02/03/2017

We had to add weekend tours to accommodate visitors to our second annual Houses in Bloom event March 7 to 12.  

"Pieces of the Past: Quilts Tell a Story" exhibit extended through August 2017

Posted: 10/02/2016

EXTENDED! Our quilt exhibit will be on view through August 2017 at the Woodson History Center, 410 McIndoe St., Wausau. “Pieces of the Past: Quilts Tell a Story” tells the local stories behind more than a dozen antique quilts from our Collections. Click Here For The Exhibit Home Page.

 

 


 

Fromm fox fur coat added to Wisconsin 101 online ‘museum’

Posted: 01/18/2017

A silver fox fur produced in the 1930s by the Fromm brothers of Hamburg in western Marathon County is now included in Wisconsin 101, the online museum of state history.

Full list of History Speaks topics for 2017

Posted: 12/01/2016

Curators Linda Forbess and Kathy Volkmann have been busy lining up speakers for the 2017 History Speaks series. Here's the full list for the year:

We are now included in the WI 101 online museum!

Posted: 11/30/2016

Archivist Ben Clark compiled the history of the Employers Mutual Audiometer, and the “exhibit” is now live at the Wisconsin 101 website.

History On the Road: Rick Lohr's talk on Cuba makes news

Posted: 11/02/2016

Peter Weinschenk at the Record Review attended Rick Lohr's "History Speaks - On the Road - Cuba and Change" talk in Edgar in October, and wrote this interesting piece. 

 

'Coloring Time' is Here

Posted: 10/03/2016

Our first coloring book, "Coloring Time: Scenes from Marathon County," has just arrived from the printer. 

The coloring book is a unique collection of black and white drawings by fifteen local artists featuring various scenes throughout Marathon County.

Visit our online gift shop to buy your copy today.

 

 

 


 

Researching Your Roots?

Posted: 10/03/2016

Ancestory.comThe Marathon County Historical Society Research Library is now open the first Sunday of the month from 1:00-4:00 pm. 

One of our trained librarians will be available to assist you with your research needs. You will also have free use of Ancestry.com while you are here.

For a list of upcoming genealogy and research classes and events, please visit our Calendar of Events.