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Strengthening Our Nonprofits

How do we make our local nonprofit organizations in the Fox Valley strong and equip their leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to serve our community? We take our leaders to school! The idea is to build better leaders so that together we can build a better community. Leadership Institute is an innovative programs […]

Historical Gem

One of the oldest nonprofits in our area, Appleton’s History Museum at the Castle, is turning 150 years old. Imagine what it was like living in the Fox Valley in 1872! This community gem has a unique way of bringing our history and its bygone eras back to life. We can learn about our rich […]

History Museum Turns 150!

Generous grants from funds within the Community Foundation supports the Appleton’s History Museum at the Castle, and are listed below. By Dustin Mack, Chief Curator, History Museum at the Castle With a flourish, John Stephens called the first meeting of the Outagamie County Pioneer Association to order at 10 a.m. February 22, 1872. And the […]

History Museum to Create “Museum on the Lawn”

Posted on Aug 17, 2020, by

On Friday, August 28 the History Museum at the Castle will create a “Museum on the Lawn.” Pop-up exhibits staged on the museum’s front lawn will offer historic context to contemporary issues. The Museum on the Lawn is free and open to the public. The History Museum will move four exhibits outdoors to transform its […]