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Beloit Heritage Days Weekend
September 10, 2021 - September 12, 2021
We invite you to come dig up some historic adventures during Beloit Heritage Days – September 10-12, 2021.
The Beloit Heritage Days Passport will be your guide on your history-hunting trek throughout Beloit as you explore over 12 free events & historic sites over the three-day celebration. Come delve into the rich and fascinating history of the people who made this beautiful place along the Rock River their home.
Nature At The Confluence and the Beloit Historical Society are teaming up to bring over 12 organizations together to offer an exciting weekend of learning, hands on activities, tours, and other fun activities for the whole family.
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Schedule of Events
The confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River is where the history of our community begins. Stop in to learn about the amazing history of the land at the confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River. Come any time between 11am and 1pm to learn about the Rock River Trail History Trail and […]Find out more »
If this land could talk it would tell you about the people that cared for it, revered it, cried for it, dreamed of it, and shaped it over the millennia. The people of Ke-Chunk, a large Ho-Chunk village, tended crops in the rich soil. When they left in 1832, a fur trader built a small […]Find out more »
Join us at our fire to learn about the fur trade from "Huna Mato", owner of HM Trading Post. Huna will have a trade bead display, and animal skull and fur display. Great for kids! Come anytime between 1-3pm ► Try a sample of Three Sisters soup which is inspired by our Native American Heritage […]Find out more »
Time to put on your explorer’s hat! On this Jr. Explorer Adventure kids, ages 7-11, will become part of the Confluence Discovery Team! They'll dig with us into the history of the confluence land and waters and find out about the people and animals who lived here and learn what traces they’ve left behind. They’ll […]Find out more »