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Karner Blue Garden Club

PO Box 809
Black River Falls, WI 54615

The Karner Blue Garden Club formed in 1995 with a strong desire to enhance the beauty of the Black River Falls area. Currently the club boasts 42 members, many of which are Master Gardeners. The club generously contributes hundred of hours each year to maintain 50 flower beds throughout the community along with more than 70 hanging baskets placed along Main and adjacent streets. The KBGC is supported through membership, generous benefactors, Black River Falls City Recreation Department, volunteer support from the community and various local organizations.


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Jackson County Trail Riders

28702 County Road EW
Warrens, WI 54666
Phone: 608-378-4290

Our mission is to support and expand the Jackson County trail system for ATV and Off Road Motorcycle Riders.

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Republican Party of Jackson County Wisconsin

16 N Water St
Black River Falls, WI 54615
Phone: 715-670-1716
http://www.jacksonwigop.org

The Republican Party of Jackson County is committed to improving the life of Jackson County Citizens through the election of knowledgeable, conservative representatives who possess impeccable integrity and are dedicated to protecting life, defending liberty, and upholding the United States Constitution at all levels of public office.

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Black River Area Barbershop Chorus

PO Box 404
Black River Falls, WI 54615
Phone: 715-333-5231

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Local Barbershop Chorus. Call 715-333-5231 for more information.

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Jackson County Historical Society

321 Main Street
Black River Falls, WI 54615
Phone: 715-284-5314

The Jackson County Historical Society Museum, Carnegie Building, is dedicated to preserving the history of Jackson County. Housed within the Carnegie Library, built in 1915, the museum has two floors of exhibits representing early life in Jackson County. Some exhibits include the Clay Post Office, a complete dental office, historical military artifacts, lumber and logging displays, and a Native American display featuring photos, beadwork, and leather items. The research area includes county business histories, family histories, biographical files, and much more. Open April through October 10am-3pm. Closed November through March. Call for an appointment if its during the off season or if you'd like to visit after hours in the regular season.

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