Downtown Sheboygan to be remembered

Many people see history as a dull and boring look at things that happened long ago with little impact on the day to day affairs of our lives. The Sheboygan County Historical Museum would like to offer the public something different. Saturday, Aug. 20, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., the museum will be hosting an evening Third Saturday visual presentation of the colorful past of Sheboygan’s own Downtown.

This presentation will be narrated by Henry Jung, Bernie Markevitch and Steve Gallimore. These three knowledgeable gentlemen will tell the story of Sheboygan’s city core when it was the focal point of most commerce and the place where citizens met to catch up on all the important happenings of the day. Yes, downtown was once the place where the community gathered to conduct business and be seen. Henry, Bernie and Steve will share their informational, whimsical memories and insights on when downtown was king. The audience is also encouraged to add their remembrances to the presentation to help round out a vital part of the community’s story.

Admission for the event is $3. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be available with a cash bar consisting of soft drinks and beer as well. The museum’s main gallery will also be open to the public for the occasion. The museum is located at 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan. Call (920)458-1103 or contact david.reese@sheboygancounty.com for questions relating to the event.



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