Hullabaloos

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Hullabaloos are an opportunity for Minnesota History Day students to receive help on their projects. Students can sign up for a Power Conference and get individual project help, chat with a librarian, or attend a mini-lesson on different parts of the History Day process. These events are first-come, first-serve.

Hullabaloos - research open house events

Hullabaloos are research open house events that take place at libraries statewide. They give students the opportunity to:

  • Get individualized project help from mentors or History Day staff during a "Power Conference"
  • Attend mini-lessons on various parts of the History Day process like thesis statements or project organization
  • Find additional research through online databases, books, and librarian help
  • Win a prize at one of the raffles
  • And so much more!

These events are first-come, first-serve and open to all History Day students.

2022-2023 Hullabaloo schedule

All Hullabaloo locations, dates, and times are tentative and subject to change. Outside of Hullabaloos, visit the History Day Chat if you are looking for additional project help.

Saturday, December 3, 11 am-3 pm

Tuesday, December 6, 3-7 pm

  • RH Stafford Library, Woodbury

Wednesday, December 7, 3-7 pm

  • Rice Street Public Library, St. Paul

Saturday, December 10, 11 am-3 pm

  • George Latimer Central Library, St. Paul

Tuesday, December 13, 3-7 pm

  • Eden Prairie Public Library

Tuesday, December 13, 3-7 pm

Thursday, December 15, 9 am-1 pm

  • AC Clark Library, Bemidji (invitation only)

Saturday, December 17, 11 am-3 pm

  • Roseville Public Library

Wednesday, January 4, 11 am-3 pm

  • Livingston Lord Library, Moorhead (invitation only)

Saturday, January 7, 11 am-3 pm

  • Duluth Public Library

Sunday, January 8, 12-4 pm

  • Gale Family Library, Minnesota History Center, St. Paul

Saturday, January 14, 1-5 pm

  • Wilson Library, University of Minnesota Twin Cities (West Bank)

Saturday, January 21, 11 am-3 pm

  • Mississippi Public Library, Fridley

Tuesday, January 24, 3-7 pm

  • Virutal event via Zoom