October 2017: We will be hosting a "Cemetery Walk" with Jim Kinzie as our guest host. More information to come.
August 19th: Our Annual Meeting will be held at the C/N Historical Museum and is open to its members and the public (on the corner of Spruce St. and Kavanaugh Rd.) Social time is at 9:30am. The meeting begins at 10am (lasting about an hour). We look forward to seeing you there!
July 30th, 2017: The Cable/Namakagon Historical Museum will be hosting an Ice Cream Social from 1-4pm. There will be a silent auction of antiques, root beer floats and ice cream sundaes, a 50/50 raffle and music will be provided by Simple Gifts. This is a rain or shine event held at the history museum. The museum doors will also be open for those that would like to take a walk through.
May-August 2017: We welcome groups of all ages that are interested in taking a tour of the C/N Historical Museum. Please give us a call at the museum to make arrangements. We are looking forward to many great activities this summer including an Ice Cream Social fundraiser in July, our Annual Meeting in August, and we'll be partnering with the Cable Natural History Museum for some other great events during the summer. More information to come.
May 2017: Saturday, May 27th we will be opening our doors to the public for the summer from 10am-1pm. Our hours will be Tuesday through Friday beginning May 30th, 2017 from 11am-3pm through Labor Day weekend. One of our special exhibits this summer will be about area residents that have served in the military. We are always looking for items to display, so don't hesitate to contact us. Pictures can be copied and returned upon request.
We are honoring the Cable/Namakagon residents who served in the military as one of our special exhibits this summer.
We would greatly appreciate and welcome any information or photos of
residents during their time in the service.
Come take a look at the tools and
historical pictures of the lumber camps
of the late 1800's.
We are pleased to be able to share with you an exhibit on medical care in Cable as
Dr. Neer and Dr. Kelsey were a part of
our history being the only two doctors
back in the day.
Did you know that there were five rural schools in the surrounding areas and the Cable school has always been in the same location since the early 1900's? Take a look at the many yearbooks, pictures and the artifacts of our local school.
The history and photos of the Cable and Namakagon area resorts along with a display of the Telemark and Lakewoods Resorts
can be found in this display.
This exhibit highlights some of the early settlers in the area. Maybe you'll even recognize a few names and learn about
where they immigrated from.