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Beginning in July, the 1897 Clark County Jail Museum will host a weekly discussion group from 10 a.m. – noon. With a different topic featured each week, the Museum is offering an opportunity for anyone interested in local history to stop by and see what the Museum has on the subject, and share their memories, stories, and photos from years past.
Future meeting include discussion on: July 10, Neillsville history; July 17, car dealerships; July 24, dance halls and music; July 31, schools/rural schools, August 7, The Clark County Fair, and August 14, churches of Clark County.
Light refreshments will be served at the meetings.
As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, the Jail Museum accepts donations of photos, artifacts, printed material, or other items of interest that have ties to our Clark County history or the people who lived here.
The Museum is open for public tours each Sunday afternoon from 1-4 p.m., from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekends. Private or group tours are also available, by appointment.
To learn more about the 1897 Clark County Jail Museum Inc., its collection, programs, or volunteer opportunities, contact us by mail at: 1897 Clark County Jail Museum Inc., PO Box 41, Neillsville, WI, 54456; by email at email@example.com; by phone at 715-743.2150; or visit www.1897clarkcountyjailmuseum.com.