The idea of starting a new museum on the history of La Crosse continues to move slowly.
A series of public meetings about the project happened earlier this month, and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse students, who conducted the meetings, are still processing the results of those discussions.
UW-L assistant professor Kate Evans has been working with the tourism research group on campus. She said a location for the museum is still unsettled.
“We have still more focus groups and data collection happening through this fall, and then in the spring again we’ll be collecting more data to include additional public meetings,” Evans said.
The museum project was announced by La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat late in 2017.
A city task force has been busy studying how similar museums work elsewhere in the U.S., and has looked at possible locations.