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Pioneer Village Museum

Barron County Historical Society

COVID-19 UPDATES

HERITAGE DAYS IS THIS WEEKEND! 

JULY 11th-12th
, 2020

Heritage Days kicks off the Pioneer Village Museum's season events this year. We hope you'll join us on our beautiful, open grounds to enjoy Barron County history and heritage.

Social distancing is easy at the Pioneer Village, and our volunteers have spent the spring and early summer getting the museum ready so everyone can enjoy a safe and enjoyable Heritage Days event. This event is a cornerstone of the Pioneer Village Museum experience, and we wouldn't want anyone to have to miss it! Take a look at our event page to learn more about what we're doing to keep you and your family safe and what you can expect at Heritage Days 2020.

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History is Happening Now

In the future, scholars will look back on this time to learn about individuals’ and societies’ responses to a worldwide pandemic. While archived news and internet sites will be essential primary sources, the day-to-day, mundane, social, and emotional experiences of individuals can get lost. Historians are suggesting we keep a record of our lives during the Coronavirus Pandemic. The Pioneer Village Museum and local county libraries would love you to share your works with us.

The Value of History

History has critical value to ourselves, our communities, and our future, but at a glance, a lot of people can't always put a finger on why.

Take a few minutes to explore the value of history, and share this information with your families and communities to help them gain a richer understanding of the place historical societies and museums hold in their communities.

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Donations

Collecting, protecting and preserving the History of Barron County is our mission. In order to meet our mission, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the assistance of community-minded individuals like you, we wouldn't be able to serve those in our community each year.

We are continuing and expanding our service in a way that supports strong, vibrant communities, acts as a catalyst for economic growth, helps citizens envision a better future, and inspires future leaders by providing a foundation on which to build.

Volunteers

Our volunteers contribute their time and talents to operate and maintain the museum. They help ensure that our local history and culture will continue to be honored and enjoyed by present and future generations. Their kindness and generosity is much appreciated and valued. The museum cannot operate without them! Please consider joining our volunteer team and see what a difference you can make.

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Tours, Admission Info, and More

The rapidly-changing world of a pandemic means that our policies for keeping our volunteers, visitors, and staff safe and healthy have to change and adapt at the same pace. We've developed a response plan and new website with one-stop information for people who want to still enjoy the Pioneer Village Museum this summer.

Coming Soon: Pioneer Village Virtual Tour!

CONTACT

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Phone - 715.458.2080

Email - museum1@chibardun.net

1866 13 1/2 - 14th Ave

PO Box 242 
Cameron, WI 54822

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VISIT

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Friday 1:00 - 5:00 PM

Saturday 1:00 - 5:00 PM

Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 PM

 

No pets are allowed on the Museum grounds, with the exception of service animals.

We are a member of Blue Star Museums. Go to www.arts.gov/bluestarmuseums for more information.

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