The Mount Horeb Area Historical Society celebrates and preserves the rich ethnic and rural heritage of Southwestern Dane County's Driftless Area. The Society enhances community cohesiveness through multi-generational education and outreach that promote cultural insight and a sense of place. The Driftless Area served by the Society, contains over 14,500 people of all ages and income levels. Approximately 19,000 school children, K through 12 attend school within a 30 mile radius of Mt. Horeb. The tourism and recreation opportunities of the area are world famous and draw an estimated 250,000 tourists every year.
The work is accomplished by a dedicated group of talented and energetic volunteers, a small but professional staff, a Board of Directors consisting of 13 accomplished community leaders and a generous membership.
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