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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

Sun., Oct 4
Preparing for Winter Harkin Store
Learn about the domestic side of preparing for winter with displays of candlemaking, canning and sauerkraut making.
Mon., Oct 5
Tue., Oct 6
Tour for People with Memory Loss James J. Hill House
Take a sensory-based tour designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers.
Tue., Oct 6
Educator Preview: Suburbia Minnesota History Center
This is a opportunity for teachers to view the Suburbia exhibit before it opens for the public.
Tue., Oct 6
St. Paul Welcome Hat Event Minnesota History Center
St. Paul-based welcome/networking series for new Minnesotans
Tue., Oct 6
Fractured Land/One Book One Community Author Talk The Stage at Island Park, Fargo
Thu., Oct 8
MNHS Annual Meeting and Suburbia Member Preview Minnesota History Center
Members' annual meeting and preview of Suburbia exhibit
Fri., Oct 9
Sue Doeden at Mademoiselle Miel Mademoiselle Miel Honey Kitchen & Showroom
Fri., Oct 9
Mendota After Hours: Traditional Music of the Northwoods Sibley Historic Site
Have a drink at the Sibley House while learning about Minnesota's past.
Fri., Oct 9
CSI: Fort Snelling Historic Fort Snelling
A soldier has been killed on the post, and your help is needed. Can you crack the case and solve the mystery?
Fri., Oct 9
Ramsey After Dark: Victorian Gothic Novels Alexander Ramsey House
Discover how the Victorian gothic novel became popular and why it captured the Victorian imagination.
Fri., Oct 9
Remembering the Lattimer Massacre, with Dr. Paul Shackel Mill City Museum
A lecture by the University of Maryland's Dr. Paul Shackel about the Lattimer Massacre.
Sat., Oct 10
Sacred Spaces: The Churches of Downtown St. Paul University of Minnesota Continuing Education & Conference Center
Sat., Oct 10
Topics on Family History: Records for Research: Land Records Gale Family Library
Learn how to research land records, including how to read property descriptions and find the property on a plat map.