Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 5pm

Ross & Joe will be cooking hotdogs.

Coffee and Lemonade will be provided.

At 6:30pm there will be a short presentation by the

60% committee regarding the School Bond Referendum.

Music by Ron Eastman.

Raffle Drawing for the utility shed/playhouse

will be held at the end of the evening.


Come join us for a fun evening of food and fellowship.

Tuesday, September 10,    1:00 p.m.    Antique Appraisals

The Quarterly Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 14th.

Tuesday, October 8,    1:00 p.m.    Antique Appraisals

Saturday, October 11,    1:30 p.m.    96th Fire Commemoration

Sunday, October 12,    Depot Closes for Season

Tuesday, October 21,    7 p.m.    Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday, November 11,    1:00 p.m.    Antique Appraisals

Friday & Saturday, November 28 & 29 9 – 2pm    Christmas Open House/Craft & Bake Sale

The former Soo Line Depot and adjacent History Center contains many interesting exhibits pertaining to the history of the area. In the Depot you will find an exhibit about the history of area railroads, a 1920s era kitchen, a chapel filled with many items from local churches and a display of vintage clothing. Other displays in the Depot change throughout the year. The History Center has a large exhibit regarding the 1918 fire which devastated the area, burning 250,000 acres, destroyed 38 towns, took 453 lives and over 52,000 people were either injured or displaced. There are numerous other displays in the History center that are changed on a regular basis.

The Historical Society has numerous research items for someone interesting in genealogy, many family histories, cemetery records, obituaries, school yearbooks and many years of local newspapers available for research.

The Society is always interested in obtaining more information about local history. If you have family histories, pictures or other memorabilia that would be appropriate for our collection, please let us know.

 prices for admission

Children under 12–$1.00
Children under 5—Free
Members of MLAHS-free with a 10% discount in gift shop


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