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Local History News
March 10, 2010Membership | Past Issues | Local History Services

Legacy Amendment Update

Mid- and Large Size Grants Round
Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grants program is holding one grant round for mid- and large size grant proposals this spring. Pre-applications were due March 8, but applicants can still submit proposals for the final deadline, Monday April 12, 2010. This will be the only grant round this year for projects budgeted at $7,001 and up.

Small Grants Round
Small, or Fast Track, grants will be available again in late spring, with the next deadline set for Friday May 28, 2010. Grants Office staff expect to hold several grants rounds through the summer and early fall before funding is exhausted.

Staff Assistance Available
Grants Office staff is available to assist you with project and application questions.

Reminders
Grant applications cannot be accepted via fax or email. Please use the Drop Box, or if you do not have internet access, send via U.S. Mail. Grant applications must be complete--proposals missing information will not be considered by the reviewers or Historic Resources Advisory Committee (HRAC). Please contact the with questions.



From the Blog

Theft Prevention for the Small History Museum (3 new comments) - There are some simple cost-effective ways to prevent loss of objects held in the public trust. Read comments from your colleagues on what tactics they feel are most effective.


Job Opportunities

Director of Program Services
Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie IL seeks Director of Program Services. Position available immediately.

Metadata Coordinator
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities seeks . Position open until filled.

Exhibit Bids Sought
Edina Historical Society seeks proposals for a redesign of its permanent exhibit on the history of Edina. Budget is $15,000. Include resume, letter of interest, and three references. Contact with questions.



Do History Here

Book Talk and Signing
Local author Gordon Fredrickson will present his book "If I Were a Farmer" and sign copies at the Scott County Historical Society tomorrow, Thursday March 11, 2010. Program is free with SCHS admission. Contact , 952-445-0378, with questions.

Maple Syrup Time
Discover Minnesota's rich history of maple syruping at The Landing in Shakopee on Saturday March 20, 2010. Great for all ages. Admission: $5-$3. Proceeds from food sales benefit Scott County Historical Society. Contact , 952-445-0378, for more information.

Dakota Roots Talk
Dr. Elden Lawrence will speak about his search for his ancestral Dakota roots at the historic Pond House, Bloomington, at 2 p.m. on Sunday March 21, 2010. His books will be available for purchase and signing. Call 952-484-0477 for more information.



Field Note

MN on the Map

The pieces are coming together! A new traveling exhibit, Minnesota on the Map, will be making its way around the state beginning this fall. With topics selected by local venues through a survey last fall, this first in a series of traveling exhibits, funded by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, explores regions of our state through a variety of maps, old and new. 

Clearwater County Historical Society is beta-testing the exhibit beginning this month. For more information on the MHS traveling exhibits, contact , exhibit developer.


In this Issue...
In this Issue...
-Legacy Amendment Update
-From the Blog
-Job Opportunities
-Do History Here
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