On Saturday, Dec 2nd, Santa is coming to town on the trolley. In order to celebrate this occasion, the ETAHS will host an open house with treats, refreshments, tours and a Christmas movie in our theater. FREE event, come in and warm up while waiting for Santa to arrive. Open 5pm-8pm. Kubicki Heritage Center on the East side of East Troy Village Square.
The annual fundraiser will be Saturday, August 19th at 9am. This year the 5k will feature a Super Hero themed 1K Kid’s run before the main event. Kids will receive a medal and superhero cape to wear on their run. They are encouraged to dress any way they please to show their own super powers. Click on the links below:
Registration and details can be found here.
Donations and Sponsors are welcomed! Contact us!
Keep up to date, ask questions and get promotions on the Blast to the Past Facebook page.
The annual 5K planning is well underway! We are accepting sponsor and vendor applications, as well as discounted registrations. Search Facebook for the ETAHS Blast to the Past 5K Run-Walk, or go to silvercirclesportsevents.com to find the Blast to the Past registration page!
If you’re have questions for us, are looking for information, or have something that you want to bring to our attention … don’t hesitate to email us!
A new long term exhibit in the exhibit hall will tell the background story of the East Troy area for all who visit the museum and its exhibits. Each year students from area schools come to the Kubicki Heritage Center to view exhibits and learn about East Troy’s past. This long term exhibit will tell the background story, so that all the other special exhibits can highlight special topical memories for the museum’s visitors to enjoy. The long term exhibit will bring artifacts out of storage, and new artifacts will periodically be rotated in and out to keep the exhibit interesting to repeat visitors.
The ETAHS is interested in adding locally significant items to the publicly accessible information, photo and artifact collections to be preserved and shared with the community. If you have anything that you believe may be a historically significant donation (either original or reproduced), please contact us or bring it in when the museum building is open.