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Visit the places where history happened!

• 26 historic sites and museums
• Inspiring programs - pub crawls, lectures, concerts and family fun
• Enlightening topics - from farming to fashion, ancient rock carvings to historic battles

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Upcoming Events

Saturday, February 28 Every Time I Feel the Spirit...A Celebration of African American History Minnesota History Center
Celebrate and learn about the brave contributions of African Americans and why February came to be known as Black History Month.
Tuesday, March 3 Educator's Preview: We Are Hmong Minnesota Minnesota History Center
Join us for a free educators preview of our new exhibit, We Are Hmong Minnesota, developed in partnership with the Hmong community of Minnesota. This is their story, told in their voices.
Saturday, March 7 We Are Hmong Minnesota Minnesota History Center
November 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the Hmong migration to Minnesota following the war in Southeast Asia.
Saturday, March 7 We Are Hmong Minnesota Family Day and Exhibit Opening Minnesota History Center
Experience the journey the Hmong took from Southeast Asia to their new homeland in Minnesota four decades ago at the opening of the new History Center exhibit "We Are Hmong Minnesota," on view March 7
Tuesday, March 10 Seniors in Mind: Behind the Scenes of We Are Hmong Minnesota Minnesota History Center
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Hmong migration to the state, the exhibit "We Are Hmong Minnesota" represents an unprecedented partnership between the Hmong community and the Minnesota Historica
Thursday, March 12 World War II History Roundtable: The Logistics of War: Beans and Bullets to the Soldiers Historic Fort Snelling
Dr. Jerry Brown, Professor of History at US Army CGSC, and combat veterans of Supply Operations will show the importance of logistical operations in winning wars.The Harold C.
Thursday, March 12 Minnesotas Own: Preserving Our Grand Homes, with author Larry Millett Mill City Museum
Join author Larry Millett for an illustrated presentation based on his new book "Minnesotas Own: Preserving Our Grand Homes." From Duluth to Bemidji, Red Wing to the Twin Cities, Millett and photograp
Saturday, March 14 Saturday Brunch at the History Center Minnesota History Center
Get your weekend off to a great start with Saturday brunch at the Minnesota History Center.
Saturday, March 14 History Forum: Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to a Massacre Minnesota History Center
On Dec. 29, 1890, as Democrats and Republicans battled for political power in Washington, a U.S.
Saturday, March 14 Sample Saturdays Minnesota History Center
Todays brewers and distillers draw on fresh ingredients and rich traditions to make tasty beers and beverages for the modern Minnesotan palate.
Saturday, March 14 Women of Mill City Family Day Mill City Museum
Celebrate Womens History Month with performances by four Mill City Museum History Players portraying women in Minneapolis and the region in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Saturday, March 21 Qhia Dab Neeg: Hmong Stories on Film Minnesota History Center
Qhia Dab Neeg is Hmong for storytelling. The Qhia Dab Neeg Film Festival, held annually in St. Paul, is a way members of the Hmong community are using film to tell their stories in their own voices.
Tuesday, March 24 Spring Break Family Days Minnesota History Center
Spend spring break at the History Center for action-packed fun.
Tuesday, March 24 History Lounge: Stassen Again Minnesota History Center
Harold Stassen lived a personal and political life that was far more complex than many know.
Wednesday, March 25 Spring Break Family Days Minnesota History Center
Spend spring break at the History Center for action-packed fun.