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Horicon Living History Days

Bring your family and learn about Horicon’s historic past, and experience the sights and sounds of a fur trade era rendezvous at the Satterlee Clark House Museum and Discher Park. The Dodge County Antique Power Club will be providing free wagon rides between the museum and park. Some of the things lined up for this year are: wool spinners, wigwams, a blacksmith, fur traders, a World War II demonstrator, colonial period dress and tea, a trading post, and a hands-on display of old-time toys. This is a free family event and would not be possible without the help of these sponsors: Horicon Ice Cream Station, Culligan Water Conditioning, Marlin Technologies, Curt’s Service, McCallum Feed & Supply, K8, Modern Woodman, Marvin’s Manor, Leroy Meats, Rotary Club, Plier Law Office, Sure Fire, Horicon Bank, John Deere Horicon Works, Horicon Phoenix Program and the Kiwanis Club. Hours Open: Friday ~ Reserved School Students Only Saturday ~ 9 am to 5 pm Sunday ~ 9 am to 4 pm
Date & Time
  • Weekly on Sunday, Friday, and Saturday
  • May 08, 2015 through May 10, 2015
  • 9:00AM - 4:00AM
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