Attention Gingerbread Architects! Grab your best gingerbread recipe and all the candies you can find – Sweet Landmarks 2020 is here..
This year we are going virtual – but you still get to eat all the candies you want. All the building rules are the same- just the final presentation has changed.
Complete your building and have your video tour of your creation to us by December 2 at 5:00 pm.
All the rules are at this link.
Our third annual gingerbread contest, held in conjunction with Marathon County Historical Society’s Christmas at the Houses, is coming up December 7, 2019 at the Woodson History Center.
There are a whole lot of cool houses in your neighborhood that would look great with gingerbread walls, ice cream cone trees, sugar windows, and some licorice decorations. Or maybe a church downtown with candy colored stained glass windows? So many structures and so many candies to choose from….
Full details, rules and registration are available with a click here.
Monday, February 26
Woodson History Center, 410 McIndoe Street, Wausau
We will have a brief business meeting of Friends of Wausau Historic Landmarks of about 15 minutes, followed by our presentation.
“Architectural Styles in the Wausau Area” by Gary Gisselman and Christine Martens. This will be an in-depth look at the Neo-classical Revival and Bungalow styles of architecture, and examples of both styles found in Wausau.
Come and learn about the organization and take a walk through some great area architectural examples in Wausau without having to brave the cold!
Open to all.
A new project by EGL student Matt Raguse has given people a whole new way to explore the history of Wausau using QR Codes. His first QR Code was posted on the 400 Block in the new event posting sign.
When the QR code is scanned a person is given a glimpse of a location’s past as they see the location’s present view. All that is needed to check it out is a free QR Code scanning app downloaded to your smartphone.
This is the beginning of his project, which will eventually include Barker and Stewart Island, Woodson House, and Yawkey House. Many more sites will be included as the project expands.