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Wisconsin Historical Society Family History Records
Family History-related government records from the Wisconsin Historical Society’s collections made available for free to Wisconsinites through the Ancestry / Wisconsin Historical Society partnership. These records include:
- Wisconsin, State Censuses, 1895 and 1905,
- Wisconsin, Birth Index, 1820-1907
- Wisconsin, Deaths, 1820-1907
- Wisconsin, Marriage Index, 1820-1907
- Wisconsin, Wills and Probate Records, 1800-1987
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It's that time of the year again to Get in the Game and Read! Keep your reading skills up during school vacation by signing up for the reading incentive program. Fill your mind with amazing stories and earn prizes for doing so. Win and win! There are also wonderful performances and activities to take part in. Teens and Adults can join in the fun by filling out reader recommendation cards and entering the weekly drawing. Here are a few of the upcoming performances:
Wednesday June 22 & 29 at 10:30: Camp Parkside Kindness Zone Exploration Stations
Aves Wildlife Alliance Bird Rescue: Thursday, June 23 at 4p.m.
Games Galore: Thursday, June 30 at 3p.m. UW-Extension led.
Truly Remarkable Loon, Juggling: Thursday, July 7 at 4:30pm
Gigantic Game Day!: WW2 Museum Thursday, July 14 at 3 p.m.
Please Help Us Thank our Sponsors: Hometown Shopko of Wautoma; MEC Mayville Engineering Company, Inc.; McDonalds of Wautoma; DQ of Wautoma, Oshkosh Public Museum; Friends of the Wautoma Library, Culvers of Wautoma, Grimms, Wautoma Hardware, Milty Wilty, and Pizza Hut.
Learn to make Pies and Quiches with Linda Welty and the Wautoma Public Library on Thursday June 2nd at 5:30pm. Yes! The plural of quiche is quiches! And now you'll know how to make them! Isn't that delicious? And you can have pie for dessert. What a wonderful program to attend and learn how to feed yourself in such a fun, fancy, and delicious way. Samples and live demonstration will be provided. Registration is required and event will take place at the World War 2 Museum. A $3 donation is appreciated but not required to help cover costs.
Congressman Glenn Grothman
6th District of Wisconsin
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