Thank you to the approximately 150 attendees, 20+ volunteers, 5 speakers, and two vendors who participated in our inaugural Heritage Festival, as well as all the raffle ticket purchasers throughout the last month.

Congratulations to the following WCHS raffle winners (this is the $5 raffle ticket with $500 in prizes):

$300 Bev Danielson

$100 Jane Loney

$50 M. Tosney

$50 Annette Schmidt

Congratulations to today's free door prize drawing winners (we will be making calls Monday morning):

Carol Stein - $25 River Inn g/c

Miranda Kramer - Mikasa apple crystal dish

Allison C - Bison discount card ($20 value)

Gabriella - Penzey's pepper & seasoned salt set

Ben Weirhusen (sp?) - WCHS annual membership

Val Gunderson - WCHS annual membership

Crystal Stelton - WCHS annual membership

Judy Gagnon - WCHS annual membership

A complete listing of silent auction winners will also be posted on Monday. All prizes, including silent auction items, can be picked up or arrange to be mailed (if applicable) during normal business hours.


Due to staffing issues, on Tuesdays WCHS will be open from 8-4:30pm ONLY until further notice. Previously scheduled Tuesday night programs will continue as planned, however the reference library will remain closed at those times.

New temporary hours for WCHS are:

Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm

Thanks for your understanding!

Our summer newsletter is HERE!


The WCHS Bylaws Committee has recommended changes to the current bylaws (as noted in red in this attachment). These bylaws will be voted upon at the WCHS Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.


Find out about our extensive library and microfilm holdings, submitting research requests, and our affiliation with the Genealogical Society of Utah's Research and Library System.


With 8,000 square feet of gallery space, the Heritage Center highlights local history stories and includes a Hands On History Gallery of family-friendly, interactive stations.

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Programs & Events

Attend one of our many programs, presentations and events! WCHS is constantly adding new items to the Calendar of Events so keep checking back regularly for updates. 

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The Wright County Historical Society (WCHS) is a non-profit organization consisting of a museum, research library, and extensive artifact and archival collections, and includes historic structures in multiple locations.

WCHS serves to collect, preserve, and share our history.

Click HERE for our newest brochure, and HERE for our latest newsletter. Enjoy!