History with an Eerie Twist
Spooky Sights, Sounds and Stories that will give you the chills!
Oct. 23-24 6:30 PM-9:30PM
WELCOME to Ozaukee County Historical Society!
The Ozaukee County Historical Society is a non profit organization with a proven record of accomplishments and programming. The Society has for over 50 years developed and maintained the Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, and the County Archival Records, which are available at the Hazel Wirth Center, N57 W6406 Center St., Cedarburg. All researchers are invited to use these county records that are updated as materials are made available. Stony Hill School which is the original birth place of National Flag Day was acquired in 1977 making a one room school experience available to students, along with annual events held there.
Ozaukee County Pioneer Village is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from noon-5:00PM thru the end of October. Set in the rolling hills of Hawthorne Hills park, you can learn about rural Ozaukee County History while enjoying the outdoors, fall colors and nature. Plan your fall outing now. Restrooms will be locked and only available upon request. The admission charge will be lowered to $5.00 person, children 5 years and under as well as members are FREE.
We hope to see you again soon.
The Ozaukee County Historical Society takes Covid-19 precautions very seriously for the safety and health of their staff and guests and is keeping within the CDC and local health department guidelines. The following special measures have been put in place: 1) Rigorous cleaning has been performed, 2) Admissions will be outdoors (weather permitting), 3) All patrons must use hand sanitizer prior to entering the buildings, 4) Hand sanitizer will be made available throughout the village, 5) Face coverings are available for passing other patrons in buildings with close quarters, 6) Restrooms will be sanitized after each use, 7) Social distancing is required and 8) Touch surfaces, such as doorways and railings, will be sanitized at the close of each day. There will be a limited capacity of 50 guests at one time.
The Cedarburg Hazel Wirth Archives and Research Center located at the Interurban Depot on Center Street will continue to remain closed until further notice .