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April 8th, 2021

Our Members are the Best

The past year has been very challenging for everyone including the Seymour Community Historical Society. It is frustrating to have a beautiful museum with many educational and fun exhibits and being forced to stay closed. Despite being closed, bills have to be paid and responsibilities fulfilled. Fortunately the city council recognizes the value of preserving our heritage and supporting an attractive museum through providing the utilities. Maintaining the building and exhibits along with meeting the requirements of various licenses and permits is the responsibility of the board of directors and membership. The last several pages of this publication list our most recent contributors. Thank you for your gifts and donations necessary to keep our mission on track.

Museum Opens on June 4

The Seymour Community Historical Society Board of Directors is pleased to announce the museum will open Friday, June 4. It will be open all summer on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00. Several special programs are planned for the summer and they are explained in this newsletter. An exhibit on loan from the Max Kade Institute at the University of Wisconsin will be displayed all June. On Saturday, June 19, The Nickle A Region Model A Club will return to Seymour and have their cars on exhibit on Depot Street. The six-piece jazz band, Talk of the Town, will play in the gazebo to provide an old time atmosphere. Music in the Park will return on Wednesday evenings this summer with the first concert scheduled for June 16.

Summer Exhibits and Programs

Neighbors Past and Present: The Wisconsin German Experience

With the cooperation of the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Seymour Community Museum will be displaying the traveling exhibit, “Neighbors Past and Present: the Wisconsin German Experience
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