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Historical Society Picnic Fundraiser
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The photo to the right (1922) was donated to the Society by Garrett and Viola Dreger of Pleasant Prairie. Miss Herrmann (center top row) was Viola’s mother and a teacher at the Dublin School.
The Dublin School is proposed to be converted into a local history museum to store, exhibit and educate the community about Pleasant Prairie. The Society is looking to reminisce by recreating some new, old-fashioned fun with a community-wide picnic. Funds raised during the picnic will support the Dublin School renovation project.
The Dublin School Picnic Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, September 9 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The picnic fundraiser will take place at Halter Wildlife, 9626 113th Street (just west of Highway H off of 113th Street) in Pleasant Prairie.
Activities will include:
• Live music
• Kid’s activities (hay wagon rides, gunny sack races, and carnival games)
• Bingo and raffles
• Live auction of homemade pies and baked goods
• Police K9 and Fire & Rescue demonstrations
• Car show
• Food and beverages for children and adults
• Quilting displays
• Informational booths
For more information about the event, please contact Jean Werbie-Harris at the Pleasant Prairie Historical Society at (262) 947-3600 or HistoricalSociety@plprairie.org.
Learn more about Pleasant Prairie’s past at PleasantPrairieHistoricalSociety.org.