Enter our Facebook Photo Contest
As part of the 175th anniversary celebration of the Town of Byron, we are holding a Facebook Photo Contest from May 1 through August 20. Post a Town of Byron photo—old or new—with a caption on our Facebook page (Byron Historical Society Community of Byron Wisconsin). (Please limit posts to one per week per entrant.) If you’re not on Facebook, we will post your pictures for you. Mail or email your entrants to us at Byron Historical Society, P.O. Box 466, Byron WI 53006, or [email protected] One winner will be selected each month based on the most likes from our followers. Prizes will be awarded at the August 21 Ice Cream Social and will include yard signs like the one pictured below. We can’t wait to see the treasures from your collections! Thank you for being a part of this wonderful Town of Byron milestone.
175th Anniversary Yard signs! As we celebrate the anniversary of the Town of Byron’s founding, we invite you to adorn your residence or other agreeable venues with these cool signs. There are 2 ways to get yours ($10 each) at the Town of Byron Town Hall (N3097 Highway 175, Byron WI 53006):
1) At the next BHS meeting Monday, 17, 7:00p.
2) By appointment by calling 920 922 5351.
Thanks to Westphal Graphics in Brownsville for the great work.
The 2021 Byron Historical Society Commemorative Calendar, Milestones and Memories in the Town of Byron! In 2021, the Town of Byron will celebrate the 175th anniversary of its founding. Our new calendar features over 130 photos and stories showcasing the events and people from the beginning to present day. Copies may be obtained by mail (order form) or in person by appointment. Calendars are also available during regular business hours at Kelley Country Creamery, National Exchange Bank in Brownsville, and at Blueprint Solutions in Fond du Lac.
Email: [email protected]
Call: 920 922 5351 or 920 960 4591
Get Involved! BHS has lots of fun activities for all our friends and members.
Become a new member or renew your membership – Annual dues per person are $10 or $25 per family. Lifetime membership is $200.
Gather oral history – The African proverb reminds us that when someone dies, a library has burned because his/her story is lost. We want to preserve the stories of our people through interviews. Please consider volunteering to meet with a member of our community to hear and record his/her stories. BHS will provide guidelines and a tape recorder. Contact us for more details.
Town of Byron Authors
Phil Bird has published his letters and memories of his time in military service in Vietnam. Phil and his wife, LuAnn, have donated a copy of this book to Byron Historical Society. We are thrilled to add this amazing memoir to our collection! Thank you, Phil and LuAnn!
Nancy More has co-authored a memoir about her career in the sales and marketing of products for heart surgery. A copy of this publication has also been donated to BHS.