Kewaunee Historical Society shows off renovations

The Kewaunee Historical Society has a lot more room to show off its collection. The organization's headquarters at 217 Ellis Street in Kewaunee has recently purchased the apartment on the second level of the building and renovated the space. This allows the Historical Society to display a myriad of items that have never been available to the public before. Treasurer Arletta Bertand says the collection is the result of decades of donations by the public.


The center is open Thursdays and Fridays plus for special events. It is also open by appointment.






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