Programs and Special Events
Throughout the year, the Dane County Historical Society hosts and sponsors a variety of programs and special events that help support our mission to promote awareness of Dane County’s rich heritage and aiding in its preservation. All events are free and open to the public, however some may require registration.
“Happy Hour Hop Through History!”
Sunday, February 25th, 1-4 p.m.
We hope that you will join the Dane County Historical Society and the McFarland Historical Society for a fun new social event at the Larson House Museum!
One of the longest ongoing project of the Dane County Historical Society is the Historical Markers. Since 1963, the Dane County Historical Society has erected 46 markers noting significant historical figures, locations, and events. These markers are located throughout Dane County and Southern Wisconsin. To learn more, visit the Historical Markers page.
Remembering in Dane County
“Remembering in Dane County” was a series of programs that took place in the 2008. Local residents and writers read from their own reminiscence writings. These were recorded by members of the Dane County Historical Society Board. Our Remembering in Dane County page provides more information on the program, writers, and has recordings available to listen to.
I Remember Madison Central High
The Dane County Historical Society established the “I Remember Madison Central High” project to collect the history of Madison’s Central High School, which was closed in 1969. This project included scanning copies of the Madison Mirror, a digital collection of the yearbook Tychoberahn, and a memories blog. These and more can be found on our Madison Central High page.