Shop 3 Days
Wed. 4-8 pm
Fri. 8-5 (Bag sale 3-5)
Loads of treasures indoors & out!
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In 2006, a small group formed a non-profit organization in an effort to purchase the property and saving its 140 years of heritage. The Green Bay Diocese approved of the sale on September 19. After the removal of the steeple's cross and all the blessed materials, the property was deeded to St. Martin Heritage Park-Charlestown, Inc. on December 28, 2006. And the plan to make the park self-sufficient began.
The grand vision reaches from the top of the hill to the bottom and spreads to all four corners of the beautiful six-acre grounds. The existing hall and church remain multi-purpose--available to rent for nearly any event from intimate gatherings to large community picnics. View Gallery >
As a non-profit foundation, it is also our intent to work closely with the community around us in many aspects. St. Martin Heritage Park has partnered with Catholic Knights and Pine Creek 4H club with projects on Join Hand Day. Scholarships were granted to area children in need of financial support for a Catholic education.
To keep the area around us environmentally pristine, our members support the Adopt a Highway program. With the help of generous donations, a geo-thermal system has been installed into St. Martin Heritage Chape and Social Halll for a greener tomorrow and long-term cost savings in heating.Join Us >