The Saukville Historical Society/Crossroads Rendezvous & Riveredge Nature Center/Community Rivers Program invites the community to RIVER HISTORY DAY on Saturday, October 16th from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. for a celebration of the Milwaukee River, past and present, and how it has impacted the community of Saukville. The event will feature fun for the whole family, including:
- River Songs by local folk musician, David HB Drake at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
- Mountain Man’s Music with original Crossroads Rendezvous Founder, Randy Miller
- Native American stories and crafts with Wisconsin author Karen Hartman
- Target casting with the Community Rivers Program
- Visit the Society’s 1937 Fire Engine & 1912 Pumper
- Dan Helm of the Saukville DPW on Storm Drains and the Milwaukee River
- Shoreline Cleanup and Learning Demonstrations with Riveredge Nature Center
- 100 Years on the Milwaukee River Photo Slideshow
- Submit your ideas for the Saukville Historical Society’s Outdoor Mural
- Fry Bread by the Saukville Historical Society
- Buffalo Burgers & Hot Dogs by the Saukville Moose Lodge
We hope you will join us at the Crossroads Museum, located at 200 N. Mill Street in Saukville, and learn more about the Milwaukee River and what the Saukville Historical Society and Riveredge Nature Center are doing to preserve and protect it for generations to come.
Street parking is available or park at Saukville Elementary School, located across the street and north of the Crossroads Museum.
For more information, please contact Mary Boyle at info@CrossroadsRendezvous.org