Lost Lake Randolph Historical Society Chili And Soup Supper

The Lost Lake – Randolph Historical Society will hold its Annual Chili and Soup Supper on Saturday, November 11 from 4 pm to 8 pm at their museum at W11827 Concord Road, Randolph, which is seven miles north of Columbus at the corner of Concord Road and Hwy 73 at the Old St. Mary’s Church. The meal includes chili, potato soup, bread, cheese, crackers, dessert, and choice of beverage. Tickets are $8 for ages 10 and up, $4 for ages 5 to 9, and under age 5 are free. The fundraiser includes a silent auction with many fun items awaiting your bid.

The Lost Lake – Randolph Historical Society has been in existence since 2001, when the old St. Mary’s Church was closed for use and put up for sale. More than 200 concerned citizens decided to preserve this beautiful property and turn it into a museum to house local history. Exhibits include a substantial display of one-room schools—including the restored Lost Lake School, cheese factories, area farming, the Randolph Fire Department, an extensive model train set, antique clothing and hats, a vintage kitchen, military uniforms donated by area service members, and natural history items previously displayed at the rural Randolph Nature Land.

The Lost Lake – Randolph Historical Society is one of fourteen societies in Dodge County and is an affiliate of the Wisconsin State Historical Society. You can learn more about the society’s museum and events at www.LostLakeRandolphHistory.org.