• 1987-2017

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    Just Published!

    Oregon Area Historical Society's
    30th Anniversary Booklet

    View Online Now
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  • Historic Timeline

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    Each month, the Historic Timeline is written by Gerald Neath, and examines important events that happened 10, 25, 50, and 100 years ago.

    This month in history, the School Board examined preliminary floor plans for the Red Brick School.
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  • Become a Member!

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    Do you love local history?
    Become a Member of the Oregon Area Historical Society!
    There are currently 152 Individual Members and 39 Business Members! Help us reach our goal of 175 Individual Members and 45 Business Members by the end of the summer!
    We would appreciate your membership!
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The Restoration of Oregon’s Pump House & Water Tower has been completed since June 6, 2017.

Come and Visit Our “Tin Man” Welcome Center Soon!

Hours:

1-3 Sat & Sun
6-8 Concert Nights (Tuesdays)
Open During Special Events

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Many thanks to project leader Randy Glysch and EVERYONE who has graciously contributed their time and resources to this community project!

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Oregon Area Historical Society

Location: 159 West Lincoln Street, Oregon, WI  53575

Mail: P.O. Box 262, Oregon, WI  53575

608-835-8961

info@oregonareahistoricalsociety.org

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Hours

Tuesdays: 10am – 4pm

Saturdays in June, July, August: 12pm – 4pm

First Saturday of the month Sept-May: noon – 4pm

Arriving from North:  Proceed south along Main Street (Cty MM) to the light at Netherwood St. Continue three blocks to Lincoln Street and turn right. Travel one block to Market St. The OAHS building is at the corner of Lincoln and Market.

Arriving from South:  Proceed north along Janesville Street, which will join Main St. in the downtown part of the village. Continue north on Main Street to Lincoln Street and turn left. Travel one block to Market St. The OAHS building is at the corner of Lincoln and Market.

Contribute to Oregon’s Historical Archives!

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