Pleasant Prairie History Happy Hour: Place Names


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Pleasant Prairie History Happy Hour: Place Names

Event Date
Jun 19, 2024. 5:00PM - Doors open 5:30PM - Buffet Dinner 6:00PM - Program Begins

Pleasant Prairie History Museum
3875 116th St. - Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
Information: 262-577-5115
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"Place Names: Why Do We Call It That?"
Speaker: Michael Rehberg, Black Pointe Estate Interpreter

From Duck Lake to Lake Como and Bigfoot Lake to Geneva Lake, this program explains how and why key places in the Lake Geneva area got their names. Learn the answers to questions like: Who was Edward C. Delevan, Lewis F. Linn, and Rueben J. Walworth? Where was the town called Hudson? What happened to West Troy? 

RSVP: Seating is limited. Please RSVP to the number or email listed.

Tickets are $30 per person or $100 for a season pass to attend all four history happy hour events for 2024. Includes a light dinner and program. Alcoholic beverages available for purchase.