Annual Memorial Day Remembrance
- May 30, 2022
- 12:30 PM
- Fillmore Turner Hall/Union Cemetery
- 523 County Highway H – Fillmore
Join us for our annual Memorial Day program of remembrance and wreath-laying ceremony at Fillmore Turner Hall & Union Cemetery.
This program of remembrance has been hosted by Farmington Historical Society since 1997 and is open to the public. If you would like to get involved, Contact Us.
Farmington's Country Schools: History & Recollections
March 12, 2022
As pioneer families arrived in Farmington, schools were needed. Early town governments were responsible for providing schools, and by 1880, Farmington had 691 students in nine schools.
Speaker Marcia Theusch outlined the interesting history of these early schools that served the pioneer community in Farmington, leading up to the opening of Farmington Elementary School.
Edith Galt Wilson: To End All Wars
March 14, 2020
Mrs. Wilson has greeted another New Year quietly after the death of President Wilson in February, 1924. A riveting dramatic performance featuring historical impressionist Jessica Michna as she portrayed former First Lady Edith Galt Wilson during the Roaring Twenties.
War Dogs: America's Unsung Heroes of All Wars
March 23, 2019
Dogs have been used by the military in all wars and have provided a variety of services and saved many lives. War Dogs, a group from Menomonee Falls, brought their dogs and demonstrated the nature of military actions that various breeds of dogs provided to save lives.
A History of Wedding Attire & Customs
March 10, 2018
The wedding dress has a history all its own and is often carefully preserved as a family heirloom. Guest Speaker Hannah Schladweiler presented an educational look at wedding attire and customs from bygone eras.