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What’s in that old building?  Wasn’t that a dental office?  Is it open to the public?   These are common questions asked about the historic Jonathan Clark House on the corner of Bonniwell and Cedarburg Roads in Mequon.  The answers will be explored through a photographic journey by Museum Director Dr. Nina Look.
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Introducing the New Pioneer Village Hall

The increased number of visitors to the Village each year has resulted in the demand for some modern improvements, such as air conditioning, heating and restrooms that are ADA compliant.  Our plans include improved food service facilities to better serve our own events as well as our future goals. There is a need to have audio-visual teaching aides for meetings and programs that can accommodate 150-200 people in all kinds of weather.
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OCHS Member Newest in the Packer Fan Hall of Fame - Click here to see article

Although they’ve only been in existence since 1991, the Port Washington Historical Society has made important accomplishments during that time. They have acquired and restored buildings—three buildings to be exact;  established a research center, archives and offices; furnished the buildings and created museum space; and are about to embark on a state-of-the-art museum for one of their three buildings that was definitely make Port Washington a “Destination City”.
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The Ozaukee County Historical Society appreciates all the dedication and work that was accomplished by the volunteers at Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, Stony Hill School, and the Hazel Wirth Research Center in the past and present. Although most of the volunteers for OCHS are Ozaukee County residents, people from Washington, Sheboygan, Milwaukee and Waukesha counties also volunteer. OCHS looks forward to working with all volunteers as they help to preserve the history of Ozaukee County and make it available to present and future generations. Thank you for your service!
Nina Look is the Archivist for the Oz. Co. Historical Society.  The Archives is located at N57 W6406 Center Street, Cedarburg, and is open on Tuesdays from 9-3, 2nd & 4th Mondays from 5-8 p.m. 2nd Saturday of month from 9-11 a.m. or by appointment.
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  or by phone:  262-377-4510
  Map to Archive Center
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