Marathon City Heritage Center

Hours:  10:00am to 1:00pm the second Sunday of the month or by appointment

Volunteers:  Volunteers are needed to staff the center during open hours. Anyone is welcome to become a volunteer; training will be provided. ​

Contact a committee member of the Marathon City 2020 Board or complete the form at the bottom of this page to email us your contact information.  (inquiries should be directed to one of the Committee members)

Monetary Contributions:  Marathon City 2020 Ltd. is officially recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a nonprofit, public benefit corporation and has been granted 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Status. Marathon City 2020 Ltd is eligible to accept tax-deductible charitable contributions and gifts, and donors can deduct contributions made under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 170.

How Can You Help?

Marathon City 2020 Ltd. is proud to sponsor the Marathon City Heritage Center and Main Street beautification efforts. We will ensure that every dollar contributed goes directly to make a positive and lasting impact within our community.  Contributions to Marathon City 2020 Ltd. (TIN: 47-5638829) are tax deductible as charitable nonprofit contributions under code section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

​Donations can be made by check payable to: Marathon City 2020 Ltd. (MC2020 Ltd), mailing address: PO Box 423, Marathon, WI 54448. Checks may also be submitted to the Heritage Center or Marathon Village Hall during regular hours.

​Thank you for your support!

Exhibit Contributions:  The Heritage Center welcomes contributions from the community to be considered for exhibit. We seek and accept contributions from individuals and businesses that include memorabilia about the Village of Marathon City and its residents.  Items may be donated or loaned for a limited time. All materials will be pre-approved and registered with the Heritage Center before they are added to exhibits.

Additionally, the center seeks to capture personal stories through videos and oral histories, so they are inventoried, preserved, and shared with the community and general public. ​

Exhibit materials and story ideas may be brought to the Heritage Center during normal hours or send inquiries to