Preservation through jazz and wine

Aug. 28, 2012

The Elmbrook Historical Society, founded in 1980, has more than 175 members who care about preserving the buildings and history of Brookfield and Elm Grove. The Dousman Stagecoach Inn Museum is their main project.

Recently the society held an Evening of Jazz and Wine at the Inn featuring Pam Duronio and Tem Stemper of VIVO. Guests were also able to enjoy the gardens maintained by the Master Gardeners of Southeast Wisconsin.

Pictures from the event.

Lorayne Ritt covers Waukesha County's nonprofits. Call her at (262) 542-6797, or send an email to

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