-☛ 1840's - The Mabies purchased Assembly Park in 1847 & later their heirs sold to the Delavan Lake Assembly Association.
-☛ 1890's - Delavan Lake Assembly Association in 1898. was formed by a group of Delavan business men.
-☛ 1900's - Delavan Lake Assembly Association in 1898. was formed, after the land was purchased from the Mabie heirs.
-☛ 1910's - Assembly Park was noted for its annual Chautauqua type programs featuring nationally known lectures
-☛ 1920's - Assembly Park's first fire house 1920's
-☛ 1930's - 8 cottages burned down, new new park benches, a new concrete boat ramp, new concrete curbs were all added.
-☛ 1940's - The first Arbor Day was held, "My Brother's Place" was opened.
-☛ 1950's - Gail Reece, the caretaker at the park, the Children's Thursday Night Dances started.
-☛ 1960's - Seventy Ladies from Assembly Park, traveled to the Playboy Club, as part of the Arbor Day celebration.
-☛ 1970's - Construction of the Delavan Lake Sanitary District began as well as the construction of Route 15 , now Router 43.
-☛ 1980's - The lake Level was dropped to save the lake. Rob Mohr was hired as Caretaker of the Park.
-☛ 1990's - 100 years anniversary, water system was turned off, new playground equipment and new park benches were installed.
-☛ 2000's - Assembly Park.com was created, the beach Wall was painted.
-☛ 2010's - The new roads were approved and installed.
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Delavan Assembly Park Auditorium (above), faced the lake, was described as a round building with wooden benches and a sawdust floor.
Assembly Park's first fire house, photo taken in 1920's.
Charlie Flint - Boats for Rent, both power and not power boats.
1950's Early - The Thursday Night Dance - was started. Click here to see a video of the dances from the early 1970’s.
July 16, 1964 from the Delavan Enterprise
Rob Mohr, Caretaker of the Park