Richfield Historical Society

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Preserve and share the history of Richfield, Wisconsin

First Year of Operation: 1997


4399 Pleasant Hill Rd Richfield WI, 53076

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The Richfield Historical Society was started in 1997 and is staffed entirely by volunteers. The membership consists of over 300 individuals. The main purpose of the Society is to preserve and share the history of Richfield, Wisconsin, and its surrounding communities. The home of the historic buildings restored and maintained by this organization is the Richfield Historical Park. The primary building in the Park is the over 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill which has all of its original milling equipment intact. At some time in the future, the goal is to have this mill operational once the foundation is restored. Interesting monthly programs are held to which everyone is invited. Events are held at the Park. Check the Society's website for details:

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The 18th Annual Thresheree will be held on September 17 & 18, 2016, at the Richfield Historical Park from 9 am to 5 pm. Visit the Richfield Historical Society's website for details:

The Messer/Mayer Mill containing its original milling equpment. This is the primary restoration project of the Richfield Historical Society



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