Learn about a selection of amazing women in Marathon County's past, who shaped their communities in a variety of fields.
A donation of six bottles from Marathon City Brewery helps tell the story of beer brewing in central Wisconsin.
What was happening locally as World War II ended? How did people interact when servicemen returned home? Paul Clark will examine post-WWII life in Marathon County on Aug. 24.
We are pleased to have the chance to host a new traveling exhibit about Wisconsin German history. It's a big part of local culture!
Ellerman Dairy operated near Athens during the 1950s. Do you have any stories?
The Marathon County Historical is proud to participate in the Blue Star program that provides free admission to museums across the country to active military families.
Curators found a button in our artifact collection, and wondered what its story was.
A picture from the 1932 Wisconsin Valley Fair reveals an usual time in the musical history of Marathon County. For six years, this group of young women challenged traditional roles for female music, by performing across Central Wisconsin using the saxophone.
Looking ahead for summer activities? Registration is open for Kids History Day on August 15.
MCHS has created a simple tool that children can use to interview grandparents. Download our PDF and get started sharing stories!