January 22, 2019 in Washburn
Eighth Annual Tony Woiak History Festival-The History of One Room Schools in Bayfield County-Sherry Peterson Event Details »
January 24, 2019 in Appleton
Contemporary Hmong Art & Culture in the Fox Valley: Exhibition and Public Programs-Art@Noon tour of the Exhibition Event Details »
January 26, 2019 in Milwaukee
Forge Workshop inspired by the play LOCOMOTION (for Family Audiences) Event Details »
January 28, 2019 in Whitewater
Lands We Share: Traveling Exhibit Event Details »
January 29, 2019 in Appleton
Contemporary Hmong Art & Culture in the Fox Valley: Exhibition and Public Programs-Artist Talk by Tshab Her Event Details »
Free talks about what it takes to become a citizen, the emerging refugee crisis, global migration, and immigrants in Wisconsin's dairy industry and more.
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Immigration to Wisconsin is not new. But the issues are complicated. Current concerns can make them hard to fully comprehend.
Our new series of ShopTalk offers history, stories, and the law to help us think about immigration today.
You don’t know what you have until it’s gone, right? Congress declared in 1965 that “Democracy demands wisdom and vision in its citizens,” then passed the bill that created the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Libraries are local treasures, especially in rural communities. The WHC stepped up to help small libraries devastated by floods in 2018.