Preserving appreciation of Greendale, Wisconsin, a National Historic Landmark
and one of only three American Greenbelt communities.
Meet Us at The Hose Tower After the Parade!
Join the Greendale Historical Society
at the Hose Tower after the parade on July 4 and Village Days for a free tour and lemonade!
Greendale’s Historic Hose Tower
The Hose Tower will open in the fall of 2015 and is designed be a regional destination that will offer community members, organizations and corporations a state-of-the-art event space and meeting room in the heart of Historic Greendale.
Summer is finally here and that means warm weather, sunny skies, and the Greendale Open Market starting Saturday, June 27.read more
The adaptive reuse of the Historic Hose Tower building in the heart of downtown Greendale is on track to be completed this fall.read more
The Greendale Historical Society has announced a motor-coach tour to Hyde Park, New York. The trip will be from Oct. 4 -10.
The cost is $1,095 for non-members and $995 for members. This includes transportation, hot breakfasts, hotel with a pool and entrance to all sites. The sites include the Roosevelt National Historic Site, FDR Springwood Mansion, Presidential Library, Val Kill, Eleanor Roosevelt’s private cottage, a guided tour at West Point, the Culinary Institute of America, and much more.
Deposits ($100) will secure a place for you and the full amount will be due by August 1. Please call the Greendale Historical Society at (414) 423-7064 for more information.
Tour Historic Greendale
This summer, the Greendale Historical Society is offering guided tours of Historic Downtown Greendale. The tours will coincide with the Open Market held on Greendale’s Broad Street in between Northway and Schoolway. in the shadow of the iconic Village Hall.
It is the mission of the Greendale Historical Society to preserve and promote the buildings, landmarks and artifacts that illustrate the history of Greendale, Wisconsin; to increase awareness, understanding and appreciation of the Village’s founding, growth and designation as a National Historic Landmark; and to strengthen the current and future historic character of the Village.
5650 Parking Street
Greendale, WI 53129
Phone: (414) 423-7064
Ted Mainella, President
Bill Kewan, Vice-President
Kevin Nitka, Treasurer
Bob DeRoche, Secretary
At-Large Board Members:
William Attewell, Jim Burns, Kathleen Kendellen Hart, William Hughes, Georgianne Heymann, Bob Prindiville, Kristi Sanders and Brenda Siemers
Become a Member and Get the Best Deal in History!
The Greendale Historical Society preserves our past, shares our stories, and connects people to history. Your membership support helps us use the power of history to transform lives.