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Bid farewell to winter and welcome spring by observing the vernal equinox amongst the ancient effigy mounds at Frank’s Hill near Muscoda. The Three Eagles Foundation will welcome people to observe the sunrises and sunsets from Saturday through Monday, March 18th to 20th, in recognition of the changing of the seasons. Spring officially begins at 5:28 a.m. on Monday, March 20th. Frank’s Hill will be open to the public for self-guided tours of the mounds throughout the weekend. Foundation representatives will be onsite for the Sunday evening...read more
The public is invited to Frank’s Hill in southern Richland County on Wednesday, December 21st, when the setting sun on the shortest of day of the year will be viewed from a small knoll peppered with effigy mounds in southern Richland County. The property is located on STH 193 just off STH 60 a few miles west of Muscoda and has been the site of many solstice and equinox gatherings in the past. Weather permitting, area residents are invited to join the festivities and remember events of the past year. A moment of silence will be observed for...read more
FRANK’S HILL OPEN TO PUBLIC FOR EQUINOX EVENT MUSCODA…..Frank’s Hill, an effigy mound site in southern Richland County, will be open to the public on Thursday, September 22nd, for observance of the autumnal equinox. Equinox means “equal day and night” and on September 22nd will mark the end of summer and beginning of fall. Everyone is invited to gather at Frank’s Hill near Muscoda to view the sunrise or sunset or to visit the site during the day to see the mounds and the grand vista. A campfire and sharing of stories will occur...read more
Mayan Sacred fire Ceremony Franks Hills Animal Effigy Mounds Saturday, July 2, 2016 4:00 pm / 12 Ik /Wind Near Muscoda, WI 53573 Come joins us in Mayan Sacred time as we connect with the land, and spirits Let’s celebrate life with offerings and gratitude, as we bring our prayers and Join us as we learn the importance of preserving ancient and sacred sites of our ancestors…. reflections to Mayan sacred fire. around the world. Everyone is welcome to join us in this special time! Maltiox and we see you there! Love donations are welcome! Please...read more
The public is invited to Frank’s Hill in southern Richland County Father’s Day weekend to observe the setting sun on the longest of day of the year. The summer solstice will occur on Monday, June 20th, but the public is welcome to visit the hill on Saturday, June 18th, or Sunday, June 19th to view the sunrise or sunset. Frank’s Hill is a small knoll peppered with effigy mounds that offers a commanding view of the lower Wisconsin River valley. The neighboring ridge to the west contains a group of small conical mounds thought to be calendar...read more