Discover the Native American Beauty of Douglas County

Discover the Beauty of Douglas County’s Native American History! Saturday, February 25th at 11 am the Douglas County Historical Society (DCHS) will be hosting a special event for the opening of our NEW Native American exhibit! The exhibit titled “The First people of Douglas County” will feature never before seen artifacts and photographs from the more »

Mary Todd Lincoln

Mary Todd Lincoln – “Preserve the Union” Mary recalls her early years and education in Lexington, Kentucky. She tells of her move to Springfield, Illinois, where she would meet and marry the young prairie lawyer. She details the early married years in Springfield. Mary introduces the audience to life in Washington, regaling her listeners with more »

Christmas Musicale

Here’s a holiday event for the entire family…DCHS’s CHRISTMAS MUSICALE is coming up Friday, December 2 at 7 pm for one performance only! Hear all your favorite Christmas and holiday music performed by Beth Hazelton, the UWS Jazz Band conducted by Greg Moore, and much more in an Ed Sullivan-style variety show; plus holiday treats. more »

Living History Walk – September 17th

2nd Annual Living History Walk Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the gate, $15 Verterans, $10 for children 6-15, Children 5 and under are free. Living History Walk September 17th General Admision $20.00 USDVeterans $15.00 USDChildren 7-15 $10.00 USD

Eleanor Roosevelt – History Theatre

“July 30th 7pm  “First Lady of the World” “July 31st 2 pm  “Brother can you share a dime?” Tickets $12 per show or $20 for both shows Location 1101 John Avenue, Superior WI   Eleanor Roosevelt Saturday July 30th 7:00pm $12.00 USDSunday July 31st 2:00pm $12.00 USDBoth Shows July 30th 7pm & 31st 2pm $20.00 more »

2nd Annual Holiday Matinee December 12th!

Saturday, December 12th beginning at 2:00pm come and see some vintage holiday films show on 16mm!  This is real cinema not video or digital, the real deal.  Hear the sounds of the projector, the smell of fresh popcorn and so much more and the best part is it is FREE! Come and spend a couple more »