45° 2.314′ N, 91° 8.788′ W
The ZCBJ Lodge Hall which 45 charter members built in 1907 is a tangible symbol of the ethnic heritage – social, fraternal and philosophical ideals of the Czech immigrants settling 7 miles north of Cadott.SOKOL, a gymnastic organization, performed at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair.A unique, itinerant artist-painted curtain depicting Karlstein Castle near Prague highlights the stage added in 1922 to serve the active drama-music group.The "HALL" lovingly maintained continues to be a bonding social center for the loyal descendants preserving their heritage in America.
ZCBJ - WFLA LODGE #141 / Bratri Novych Hradu (Brothers of New Castles)
ChippePedia: Bohemian Hall, Cadott
The ZCBJ-WFLA Lodge began on April 17, 1904, as a fraternal association with the sole purpose of benefiting its members. It became the center of social-humanitarian activities for the Czech settlers in the Cadott Wisconsin area. Hvezda Lodge #100 of Haugen Wisconsin sponsored the 24 charter members - 18 men and 6 women.The building is listed (added 1992) on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Chippewa County.
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