The Saukville Historical Society & Crossroads Rendezvous, along with the Riveredge Community Rivers Program, invites the Saukville community to River History Day on Saturday, October 15th from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Crossroads Museum for a celebration of the Milwaukee River! River History Day is a free, family-friendly event highlighting the importance of the Milwaukee River to the community of Saukville in the past, present and future. The event will feature hands-on activities for children, speakers, tours of the 1915 Firehouse (including a photo opportunity with a vintage pumper truck!) that houses the Crossroads Museum, food, and more!
-Mountain Man’s Music with original Crossroads Rendezvous Founder, Randy Miller
-Visit the Society’s 1937 Fire Engine & 1912 Pumper and take photos
-Dan Helm of the Saukville DPW on Storm Drains and the Milwaukee River
-Paddling Demonstration and Game and Wacky Water Critter Exploration with Community Rivers Program
-Fry Bread by the Saukville Historical Society
– 100 years on the Milwaukee River Slideshow
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