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New SCHRC products available

Available for the holidays this year are two great SCHRC themed items. A beautiful mug sporting the Research Center's logo and a tote, great for a book bag or genealogy research can be purchased in the store at SCHRC or online on this site. Great stuff for your friends and family and you support the [...]


The Life of a Summer Intern

SCHRC is lucky to have Megan Goeser, Lakeland University junior, as our 2019 summer intern. Megan is exploring the world of working in an archive. She's processing collections, working with Past Perfect software, scanning tax records, dealing with general files, helping researchers and much more.  Soon she'll be adding to our social media presence. We [...]


History and You

The Research Center is on the Air! We have a launched a new way of telling people what the Center is all about. The Center is featured on WLKN, 98.1 FM, Mondays, about 8:10-8:12 a.m. These 2-minute conversations about the Center and its activities will allow us to reach a new audience. The short blurbs [...]


German Genealogy coming to Sheboygan County

An exciting new genealogy workshop has been added to our 2019 program schedule. German Genealogy - Finding Our German Ancestors in Europe, A Workshop for Genealogists is something straight out of Madison, the only other place this has been offered. But it's coming to Sheboygan County. We are fortunate to have as our instructor, Antje [...]


Dreadful Recipe Contest: Did Anyone Really Eat That?

Dreadful recipes abound in the culinary world. Sometimes it’s the texture or the taste or the combination of ingredients that make the dish something to remember, good or bad. Or it’s a recipe that we just can’t stomach anymore. SCHRC is launching a new contest featuring dreadful historic recipes. We want your favorite dreadful recipes. [...]


Taproom History features Probition

  Prohibition was the focus of May 16th's Taproom History. The Fat Cow hosted the fun event. More than 60 attended to laugh and tell their own family stories about the thirteen dry years in America.  What we discovered was everyone's family was breaking the law in some small way (or large). Local history at [...]


Riverview Middle School Visits SCHRC

Last Friday, 150 students from Riverview Middle School in Plymouth visited the Research Center to get a jump start on learning to research and use local history resources. Three busloads of teens searched for their families in files and yearbooks. They learned to use a card catalog - a step back in time. We had [...]


The Pigeon River Corridor

Research Center staff presented at Maywood's wonderful Lunch n Learn series on Tuesday, April 23.  Maywood staff commented, "The depth of knowledge and research about the Pigeon River Corridor was amazing. Thank you for sharing your love of local history with us! We'll all be on the lookout for that quarry stone in buildings around [...]


2019-2020 Second Saturdays Schedule Set

Check out Events. The 2019-2010 Second Saturdays-Journeys Into Local History schedule has been released. There are some great presentations scheduled; many new, with a few old favorites. Don't miss any of them. Add them to your calendar.  Go to: https://www.schrc.org/upcoming-events/second-saturdays/