Mendota, MN 55120
Have a drink with friends while learning about Minnesota history in the intimate setting of the Sibley Historic Site. A new topic will be offered the second Friday of each month, May-November.
In April, Markus Krueger, programming director at the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County, will explore Prohibition in Minnesota. Enjoy a drink while learning about the system of blind pigs, bootleggers, rum runners, and moonshiners that kept Greater Minnesota supplied with booze during Prohibition.
Admission includes one free drink ticket and a cash bar for visitors that includes beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages.
Doors open at 5:30 pm and the presentation begins at 6 pm. Light food and a cash bar will be available. Guests ages 21 and up will receive one drink ticket with paid admission.
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