Join us for “Last Call,” our closing reception celebrating our exploration of the histories of alcohol in our community, from its Wild West inception on the edge of the Northern Pacific railroad and dry Dakota Territory: Wet & Dry: Alcohol in Clay County, 1871-1937.
The afternoon will include presentations, tours, and a cash bar featuring local beers and Temperance drinks (think Shirley Temples). Admission is ‘Buy One, Get One Free,’ so bring a friend. HCSCC members get in free.
1:00PM – Markus Krueger on Wild West Clay County
2:00PM – Mark Peihl on Saloon Era Moorhead
3:00PM – Markus Krueger on Prohibition in the Red River Valley
4:00PM – Guided Tour of “Wet & Dry: Alcohol in Clay County”
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For more information, please contact HCSCC Communications Manager Davin Wait at (218) 299-5511, ext. 6733, or davin(dot)firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about accessibility or accommodations, please contact HCSCC Programming Director Markus Krueger at (218) 299-5511, ext. 6738, or markus(dot)krueger@hcsmuse