Children enjoy their time at the September 16 Open House:
Tour Docent in the Pantry
Clark Girls digging for potatoes
Fun at the fire pit
Henry Clark carrying a water bucket
Playing Game of Graces
It’s been a busy summer so far!!
Heritage Days – Fun for the entire family!
The Education Team in conjunction with the MT Recreation Department held a Kid’s Camp at the Jonathan Clark House:
Pie on the Patio 2018 was held on June 21 as a thanks to our supporters, donors, and volunteers:
“Mequon-Thiensville History Trivia – The Odd and the Extraordinary” – Trivia night at the Ruby Tap on April 25, 2017
Friends of JCH Benefit at the Pink Llama Gallery on February 1
Friends of Jonathan Clark House Members enjoy Holiday Lights!
Tours are a vital part of any event at JCH.
There is so much to learn!
Our local Summer Recreation Programs included a kid’s camp at the Jonathan Clark House. There are plat pages and maps to study! Our events are family and pet-friendly! Special thanks to the Mequon-Thiensville Optimists for their sponsorship. Their funding provided educational materials for our young visitors to the house.
The first Heritage Day at the Jonathan Clark House features a Pie Picnic. Stop in to see this beautiful pie cupboard when you visit.
Farmer Fred has planted potatoes for the fall harvest. Check this section for updated photographs of potato patch progress.
Fred and the prepared potato patch
This Bonniwell Land Patent hangs on the wall in the Jonathan Clark house.
JCH MEMBERS ATTEND THE CHAMBER “STATE OF THE COMMUNITY” LUNCHEON IN MARCH
Bob Blazich, Jim Glassford, and Kristin Gies attend the luncheon
JONATHAN CLARK HOUSE WINTER EVENTS BRING AWARENESS TO THE COMMUNITY
The Pink Llama Gallery in Cedarburg is the venue for a special Jonathan Clark House event.
Susan Hale enjoys her visit to the Pink Llama Gallery
Fred Derr and Executive Director Nina Look with Mequon artist Pam Ruschman
Contest entires at the Gallery
Visitors to the Pink Llama gallery for the JCH event
Jewelry shopping at the event.
The Friends of Jonathan Clark House host a display at the Mequon Nature Preserve Winter Frolic
THE JONATHAN CLARK HOUSE IS DECORATED FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
The first snowfall of the season!
Volunteers Sam Cutler and Carol Gengler join Nina Look and Fred Derr as part of the fall clean-up crew!
Congratulations to JCH Social Media Manager Tammie Strause, owner of the Pink Llama Gallery in Cedarburg, who was awarded the Spark Plug award from the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce.
The Jonathan Clark House Museum is a great place for a scout troop visit and tour!
Young visitors to the museum love to pretend they are in the Clark Family!
Mary Turck Clark’s great great nephew Reed Perkins and his wife Dr. Laura Rexroth meet Executive Director Nina Look at the JCH front door during Pie on the Patio.
Our volunteer student and 4-H servers dish up the pie at our Pie on the Patio Event held July 7, 2015
Friends of Jonathan Clark House, LTD board member Jim Glassford and Executive Director Nina Look show off one of the delicious pies donated by Outpost Natural Foods for the “Pie on the Patio event”.
Board Members, Business Leaders, Government Officials and Charter Members gather to launch the capital campaign. Your donations and pledges are needed to pay off the mortgage and preserve this unique historic community asset for all!
Museum Director Look explains the structural report to visitors at the Stone House Tour
HHS Student docent Aaron Glazer with Jonathan’s Desk and the office clock.
Kathy Pederson of MCF and Barbara McGinnis in front of the new accession – a beautiful corner cabinet.
Museum Director Look welcomes visitors to the Jonathan Clark House
Assistant Director Margaret Bussone works with local Cub Scouts
Descendents of Jonathan Clark – Liz Hickman and Family
Trivia Host Matthew with Board Member Diana Hetzel
Trivia Team One
Here’s the winning Trivia Team!