Since 1988, the Saukville Historical Society has been dedicated to preserving, recording and maintaining the historical information and antiquities of the Saukville area, as well as promoting the awareness of the area’s historical culture, to develop an understanding of, and pride in, our past, and to recognize its importance in the future. SHS is a 501 (c)(3) organization, directly affiliated with the Wisconsin Historical Society, and housed within the Crossroads Museum, the 1912 Firehouse at 200 N. Mill Street, which the Society has been restoring.
Meetings take place on the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Crossroads Museum at 200 N. Mill St., except for in January, February and March, which will take place at the Oscar Grady Library, located at 151 S. Main St.
From 1991 to 2006, the SAHS ran the Crossroads Rendezvous historical reenactment at Peninsula Park every third weekend in May, bringing thousands of visitors to Saukville and providing an incredibly unique educational experience for area children and their families. In 2018, the Crossroads Rendezvous returned with the help of new members and organizers, Mary Boyle and Sara Dahmen, and continues to take place at Peninsula Park the third weekend in May.