On May 22, 1911, a special town meeting was called with the purpose of deciding the location to build a Town Hall in the Town of Allouez. Originally located at 2143 S. Webster Avenue, the building was completed in 1912 and was used for town hall meetings, elections as well as a warming house for ice skaters. Take a walk back in history and join the Village of Allouez in celebration of its 150th Birthday as the Village Board holds their Board Meeting on May 2nd in the historic original Allouez Town Hall located within Heritage Hill State Park — 2640 S. Webster Avenue. (map attached).
Daily admission fee applies 9am-4pm, FREE after 4:00 p.m.
Timeline of Events on May 2nd:
4:00 pm: Minzo’s Kitchen Food Truck and the Heritage Hill bar open; historic interpreters leave for the day, the grounds will remain open for walking until 7:30p.m.
5:00 pm: “100 Things to Do in Wisconsin Before You Die” author Dannelle Gay book signing in the Education Center. All proceeds go toward Heritage Hill!
5:30 pm: Village of Allouez Board Meeting in the Historic Allouez Town Hall. This meeting is open to the public, however, seating is limited due to the size of the building.
5:30pm – 7:30pm: Band performing (Frogwater) in the Moravian Church. From Celtic to Delta blues, classical to pop with a healthy dose of unique original material. Concert sponsored by The Village of Allouez. Concert seating is limited to 150 people.