The mission of the Downsville Community Museum is to record, preserve and promote the history of our community and to provide educational programs and opportunities.
On January 27th 2015 The Town of Dunn purchased the Empire Pine in Pine building, also known and the Oddfellows Hall, from Dunn County.
The Town Board formed a committee to open the building. The building was inspected and is in good shape. Before Downsville Day 2015 the committee, along with some generous volunteers, cleaned the building, painted the downstairs and refinished the floor.
In the Fall of 2015 a new sidewalk was poured along the east-side of the building and we soon hope to have a Free Library installed along that wall.
By Christmas 2015 all new windows will be installed upstairs.
In the spring 2016 our goal is to paint the upstairs and have the museum opened.
This building is owned by the people in The Town of Dunn now and the committee is opened to your suggestions.
Downsville Community Museum
N2713 Hwy 25
Menomonie WI 54751
Feel free to e-mail us: email@example.com
- Suzanne Messa: 715-664-8374
- Vicki Price: 715-664-8499
- Mark Weber: 715-664-0387
- Luisa Fumagalli: 715-664-8890
- Forrest Johnson: 715-664-8688
- John Miller: 715-664-8532
- Arlene Cartwright: 715-664-8564