Welcome to Thiensville, Wisconsin
Although Thiensville is named for German immigrant John Henry Thien, who founded the village in 1842, Thiensville real estate was first surveyed in 1834. By 1846, Thiensville and Mequon were both included in the Wisconsin government’s boundary for the City of Mequon. The first town meetings for Mequon were actually held in John Henry Thien’s home. The Village of Thiensville wasn’t incorporated as its own entity until 1910.
Thiensville Park is a beautiful piece of real estate. Every June, the park holds the Lion’s Fest and the Saturday before the 4th of July every year, the park hosts a “Family Fun Before the Fourth” event. A local farmer’s market is held on Main Street every Tuesday in May through October where you can find fresh fruits, vegetables and gorgeous flowers grown by local farmers.