Silo building in Pulaski
The history of silo building in Pulaski. Robaidek silo crew putting the finishing touches on a concrete silo roof. Learn more by reading the article in our latest newsletter.
The Pulaski Museum is open Tuesdays from 4 to 7 during the Farmer's Markets. We will also be open on the following Sundays, May 19, June 2 & 23, July 7 & 21, August 4 & 18th. Remember that during Polka Days Weekend we are open on Saturday and Sunday.
Help support the museum and purchase a brick!
Display your family's ancestry at the Pulaski Museum. The PAHS is selling bricks that can be engraved with your parents, grandparents and great-grandparents names. It's a great way to display your family heritage. All proceeds from the bricks go toward the maintaining the Pulaski Museum and all of its contents. Fill out the online form below, or print out the form and send in your check with your information that you would like engraved on it.
Click here to see a sample of what your brick could look like.
Interested in Pulaski history? Join our group!
We are always looking for new members.
Each year the Pulaski Area Historical Society honors a member of Pulaski or in the surrounding areas for preservation of heritage. This year, the preservation award went to member, Larry Puzen for his restoration work on his home that he resides in at 211 Front Street in Pulaski. Congratulations Larry! Read more about it in our newsletter.
Do you have a story that you would like to share about the GOOD OLD DAYS? Please share them, contact Tammy at 920-822-4450 for an interview.
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If you have some great old photos too, please send them to us.Click on this link, Old Pulaski Photos - Make sure to reference them in the subject line, include your name, address and phone number to contact you in case we have questions on the photo.