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Celebrating Our Past, Present & Future

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The City of Menasha Celebrates 150 Years

On March 5, 2024 Menasha celebrated a noteworthy milestone - the 150th anniversary of its incorporation as a city. From its humble beginnings as a modest frontier settlement to its current status as a thriving city of more than 18,000 residents, Menasha has grown and evolved over the past 15 decades. 


Join us as we celebrate the city of Menasha with various Sesquicentennial celebrations throughout 2024. Residents, former residents, fans, friends, neighbors and anyone with affection for the city of Menasha are invited to recognize, commemorate and celebrate this anniversary. 

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As of 6/12 - There are 20 Kayaks available for rental. 
Call 920-931-4311 to rent your kayak today! 


Saturday, June 22

3pm - Jefferson Park


Menasha is hosting a "row your boat" music event. Kayaks and other paddle boats (no motor boats please) will follow a pontoon boat hosting a band named BRAINSTEWED, a Green Day tribute band. 


We leave the Jefferson Park boat launch area at 3pm. 


Don't own a kayak? Contact the Fox River Kayaking Company to reserve your boat today. Their phone number: 920-931-4311. They will deliver your kayak to Jefferson Park and pick it up at the Menasha Lock following the event. 

Also, all participants will be able to take a BUS SHUTTLE from the Menasha Lock to Jefferson Park so that participants can pick up their car. 

Upcoming Events & News

Join us at our community events and show your Menasha Pride. Check out our Events page for a list of all community celebrations throughout 2024. 

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Complete our monthly Menasha-themed

puzzle for prizes. The prizes were purchased

from Menasha businesses.  

This event is sponsored by Thrivent Financial.

Photo Gallery

The collection of Menasha pictures throughout this website feature 150 years of our history. Thank you to the Menasha Library, Menasha City Hall and the Menasha Historical Society for sharing their photograph and postcard collections with us so that we can share these images with you. 
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