Who Are We and What Do We Do?



The Farmington Historical Society, Inc. was developed in 1997 after celebrating Farmington's 150th Anniversary. We are a 501 (c)3 corporation dedicated to the preservation of our community.

Our Mission Statement:
"To develop, promote, preserve and protect the historical heritage, culture and spirit of our community."

Member of the Society accomplish these goals by meeting regularly, working together to establish a database of pertinent records for genealogical and other purposes, saving historical photographs and artifacts that have direct impact on our Town, and promoting Farmington History in our school district through programs, free annual bookmarks featuring town facts, and regular oral history days between Kewaskum High School and community. We also respond to research requests.

 

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ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM 
12:20 PM

Fillmore Turner Hall
County H, Fillmore

Join us for our annual program of remembrance

The event is hosted by the Farmington Historical Society and is open to everyone. 


For event information contact Marcia Theusch, 262-689-9056.
Wreath-laying ceremony
Refreshments



For information about membership, click below.

MEMBERSHIP