Tuesday, April 12, 2011


This is a New Event for Us...
Sounds like a Great New Event to Teach History and have a Great Time!

May 13 - May 15
Time: Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm; Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm
Plans are underway for the The Horicon Historical Society 3rd Annual Horicon Living History Days. Buckskinner's Encampment
Native American Artifacts
Three Historical Buildings
Visit the Satterlee Clark House Museum
322 Winter St, Horicon.

Horicon Living History Days Facebook Page

Horicons Event Page on Face Book Also 

Friday, May 13 School Kids Day

Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm; Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm

Discher Park and Satterlee Clark House Museum and Grounds
800 N. Finch St. and 322 Winter St.
Horicon, WI

This will be our first time at Discher Park. The park is only 1 block from the Satterlee Clark house museum and is a nice lay-out. Lots of space with several historic buildings and a stones throw from the Horicon Marsh.
Early Set-up available starting Wed.the 11th. The camp fee will be $10 for campers and $25 for traders
Tear-down as late as Monday the 16th.
Plenty of on-site parking and a tin-tepee area are available
**Dog owners must provide proof of insurance as ours will not cover them**

A Little Backround Info on Horicon

Horicon is the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the United States, covering over 32,000 acres. It's a critical rest stop for thousands of migrating ducks and Canada geese, recognized as a Wetland of International Importance. It is also a gem among the points of interest that lie on Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail
Horicon is the source of the Rock River, where three small branches conjoin to form the river that empties into the Mississippi only a mile or two from my Iowa home. We followed the route of the river on our journey to Horicon, tracing it from end to beginning.

May 13 - October 23
Time: 1:00PM - 4:00PM
The Satterlee Clark House Historical Museum, 322 Winter St, Horicon, will be open again in 2011. Check back then for specific dates and times. The Horicon Historical Museum is composed of three buildings, including a one-room schoolhouse. It offers a wide variety of exhibits, such as early farm equipment, an arrowhead collection and photographs of Horicon's past. The museum also has a microfilm collection of county census records and local newspapers for those who are interested in doing research. There is also an in-house flea market for bargain hunters. There is no admission charge.

May 5 - October 27
Time: 7 am to noon
Fresh Vegetables! Fresh Fruit!! Fresh Flowers!!! Fresh Salsa...oh the list could go on and on what you can pick up at Horicon Farmers Market held in the parking lot of Bethesda Thrift Shop. Stop by any Thursday from May through October. 


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