2018 Ice Cream Social Videos

13 July 2018

Take a look at the videos from our 2018 Ice Cream Social featuring the

Palmyra-Eagle Community Band

Ice Cream Social Intro  5:17

Around The World In 80 Days 4:39

Macarena (Mexico)  5:18

The Bare Necessities  4:38

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina 5:22

Kettle Moraine Blues  5:47

Hope you enjoy!






29 June 2018

Eagle Historical Society Presents…


Eagle Village Park
Sunday, July 8, 2018
Social 1:00 & Concert 2:00p.m.

Take a musical journey with the Palmyra/Eagle Community Band for the 2018 Summer “Pops” season and “Around the World in 80 Ways”.

     Special In-Flight Offerings:

  • Music of Henry Mancini, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Rogers and Frank Sinatra.

  • A tribute to the centennial of the birth of the great American composer, Leonard Bernstein.

  • Bandmaster Ed Pierce will have his usual flight crew, Jim Neist and the “Kettle Moraine Blues,” sax soloist Ellie Hawes.

  • Dancers Josh and Caitlyn Voigt will “cut a rug” with music from Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand”.

Eagle Boy Scout Troop 54, led by Mike Eddy, Scott Beckwith and Jim
Dean, will again help with the flag ceremony, set-up of chairs, and seating
of concert goers. Pack your bag chair and feel free to get up at any
time during our musical flight to get more delightful cake and ice cream.

No boarding pass is required! (IT IS ALL FREE!)
Questions… 262.594.8961 or elaine@ledrowski.com
















Kettle Moraine Days June 22-24, 2018

19 June 2018

Eagle Volunteer Fire Dept, American Legion Post 535, Eagle Lions Club

Presents the 56th Annual  Kettle Moraine Days

June June 22, 23, & 24, 2018  Eagle Village Park, Eagle, WI  



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Veterans Recognition Program

28 May 2018

The Eagle Historical Society will present


This traveling exhibit features photographs or the 1,161 Wisconsinites officially listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. The exhibit consists of 17 pop-­up indoor banners and is available from the Wisconsin Veterans Museum’s Traveling Exhibit Program.

The exhibit will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 1st, 2nd and 3rd from 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Our Veterans Recognition Program honoring  Vietnam Veterans will be held Saturday, June 2nd at 1:00pm.




























The Great Eagle Train Wreck

6 May 2018

May 1922
Train Wreck
From the Eagle Quill

Life of Bernard Marsh

On Saturday afternoon (May 20, 1922) at about 2 o’clock a disastrous railroad wreck occurred three miles west of Eagle. The train was the regular way freight which left Eagle at 1:48, west bound, and contained sixteen cars loaded with merchandise and other freight. When about 3 miles west of Eagle a tank car containing oil left the track and ran along on the ties for 20 rods when the car ahead and ten cars following left the track and plunged down the embankment on either side of the road bed in a tangled mass. Cars were tipped upside down and the heavy steel rails were twisted like wire.

Bernard Marsh, head brakeman, was riding on top of one of the cars and when he saw the inevitable, he jumped, only to be struck by the car on which he was riding and be hurled to his death. People residing nearby who witnessed the accident phoned to Eagle and soon Drs. Fitzgerald and Schmidt arrived at the place but Mr. Marsh was dead when he was taken from the wreckage, having sustained a broken neck, collar bone and thigh, and was bruised about the face. Conductor Raymond, Engineer Bonham, fireman Frank Rodgers and Brakeman Connolly escaped injury.  A tramp who was riding on one of the cars ahead of the tank car also escaped injury.

One car was loaded with cattle being shipped by Sol Engle from Genesee to Whitewater and all but one escaped injury. A wrecking crew soon arrived and Sunday morning trains were running over the track as usual.

Bernard Marsh was born in Caledonia, Wisconsin, April 12, 1890, and was a son of Joseph and Lena Marsh. 

The family moved to Eagle and owned and occupied the farm now owned by Sam Engle. Here Bernard grew to manhood and here attended school and later became interested in railroading. When the family moved to Milwaukee a few years ago Bernard went with them and made his home there. Twelve years of his life were spent as brakeman and conductor on the Prairie du Chien division, passing through Eagle, his boyhood home. Bernard was a model young man, of quiet disposition, and had many friends here who mourn his untimely and accidental death.  The body was brought to the Mealy undertaking rooms and then sent to Milwaukee, to the home of his parents. The funeral was held Wednesday.
















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