History Programs

The History of the Neenah Police Department
Thursday, September 8th at 7:00 pm
Captain Aaron Olson, of the Neenah Police Department has been working with a group of volunteers on a history book of the department.  He'll be presenting photos and information on the department's interesting history over the past 143 years.

"If Neenah's Walls Could Talk"
Thursday, October 13th at 7:00 pm
Join the Neenah Historical Society Executive Director, Jane Lang, and Neenah High School teachers, Ben Christian and Deb Gauthier, at the Neenah Library as they present “If Neenah’s Walls Could Talk.” The interesting research of Neenah High School students and teachers who contributed to this innovative preservation project will be presented, and attendees will learn some of the fascinating history behind some of Neenah’s most iconic properties.

The History of the Menominee
Thursday, November 17th at 7:00 pm
Join us in celebrating Native American History Month when Menominee Tribal Member, Alan Caldwell, will present an overview of Menominee culture at the Neenah Historical Society’s November 17th program at the Neenah Library. Caldwell is the foremost expert in the state on the history and culture of the Menominee, and his program will provide great insight into the very early years of Neenah and Menasha.


All history programs are in the 1st floor Shattuck Community Room

The history programs are sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and co-sponsored by the Neenah Public Library.