Annual event is sponsored by the Muskego Historical Society and the Muskego Players at the Old Settlement Centre, and promises a spooky time.
Old Settlement Centre
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Old Settlement Centre will again feature tales told by spectral beings
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Cold and blustery weather kept crowds down but the crafters kept spirits up with seasonal gifts, food and decor
The 6th Annual Muskego Historical Society craft fair was held on Saturday, and most folks who were there - crafters and customers alike - were bundled up against unseasonably cool weather. However, dozens of crafters were on hand selling handmade decor, clothing, wood work and hot food and beverages made it worth the time spent outdoors. The event was held at the Old Settlement Centre, with proceeds helping to fund the Muskego Historical Society. Many of the historic buildings were also open to the public for the event.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
A bench in the Old Settlement Center featured a medallion of the American Legion, which donated the bench and flagpole, but a 9/11 discovery has members wondering what happened to it.
A concrete bench and flagpole were donated by Muskego's American Legion Post 356 on Flag Day of this year, but it was discovered on Patriot Day that the bench was the target of vandals. "As I prepared to lower the flag in honor of 9-11 disaster, I noticed that the American Legion emblem that was attached to the bench was missing," post commander Fred Korth told Muskego Patch. "This Flag pole and bench was donated to the honor all men and women that have served and are still serving the United States of America." The flagpole and bench are located in front of the Old Town Hall building on the Old Settlement Grounds, and parks director Craig Anderson said he was not aware of the incident until Wednesday. He also confirmed that it wasn't a …
Monday, April 16, 2012
Monday's meeting includes discussion with Muskego Warriors baseball, updates on goose abatement around Idle Isle and the upcoming summer program guide.
The Muskego Park and Recreation Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, and the following items are on the agenda: A discussion of potential sponsorship with the Muskego Warriors at Park Arthur to assist in the construction of the baseball fields underscores the department's interest in working with other community partners in developing its parks. The largest field at Park Arthur has drawn great interest from various leagues and clubs due to its regulation size, outfield fencing and lighting. Parks Director Craig Anderson will also update efforts to monitor the goose population at Idle Isle. Lake residents are asked permission to allow for egg oiling on their properties to manage the population of the flocks that many feel have …
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Choral groups, a deejay, and bands rang in the holidays with song.
If you attended Muskego's Country Christmas, it's likely you heard at least one of your favorite carols played or sung throughout the afternoon. The festival made sure to cover its bases to make sure the season was heard as well as seen, and here are just a few 'bites' of what everyone enjoyed.
Friday, November 18, 2011
UPDATE: Walker Recall at Country Christmas is More About Opportunity Than Opposition, Say Organizers
Organizers will have clipboards and pens in hand to allow people to sign recall petitions at Muskego's Country Christmas.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin has Muskego's Country Christmas on its website as a location for petition signing. The parade is slated to begin on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. along Pioneer Drive. The festivities lead to a celebration at the Old Settlement Center culminating in the lighting of the community Christmas tree. Evan Gorelick, who is listed as the host for the event is field coordinator at the Waukesha County office for the Democratic Party. He is not from the city, but has volunteers that will be at the event. Gorelick had stated recall organizers would not be positioned at a table, but would walk along the parade route to collect signatures. However, Matt Lowe, a Muskego man who is volunteering for the event, said it may …
Friday, October 28, 2011
It's scary that the weekend is already upon us. Jump into the 'spirit' of the season with a little Halloweening...
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