May
13
Wed
American Dreams: Immigrants Carved Out Their Place on North Dakota’s Plains
May 13 – Sep 30 all-day

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American Dreams

May 13 – September 30, 2015

American Dreams: Immigrants Carved Out Their Place on North Dakota’s Plains is an exhibit researched, designed, written and installed by Dr. Angela Smith and her graduate and undergraduate students from North Dakota State University. This exhibit uses the Father William Sherman Collection as a lens to view the vibrant immigrant past of North Dakota.

neh_logo_horizontal_rgbndhc_logo_with_taglineThis activity is supported in part by the North Dakota Humanities Council, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities

 

Jul
3
Fri
Fur Trade in Minnesota
Jul 3 – Sep 30 all-day

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Fur Trade in Minnesota

Hundreds of years ago, Minnesota played a key role in a big business that stretched across five continents. Fur Trade in Minnesota, an exhibit from the Minnesota History Center, introduces you to this global trade network’s places and people –including voyages, American Indians and wealthy Europeans.

Aug
5
Wed
Working Land: New Rural Photographs by Jon Solinger
Aug 5 – Sep 5 all-day

This exhibit of photographs by artist Jon Solinger inspires contemplation of the past, present and future of rural life and work. By documenting his neighbors in Otter Tail County, MN, the artist captures a time, place and lifestyle for future generations. The body of work celebrates a transitional time in our region’s rural heritage and identity, when family farms are being renewed by new farmers or by returning and continuing generations transforming the land with new ideas. The exhibit’s portraits – of people, places and things – are visually elegant and heartfelt.

More Exhibit information here

Sep
3
Thu
In Search if Rhine Gold- Wines of Germany
Sep 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
In Search if Rhine Gold- Wines of Germany

In Search of Rhine Gold- Wines of Germany

September 3, 2015 at 6:30pm

We will spend the night exploring the wines of Germany with Sam Wai.  He will discuss the various aspects of  viticulture, wine making, bottle labeling and the culture of the regions.   We will accompany the wine with a light meal of the culinary delights of the region. This course is $50 to reserve your reservation.

Registration for this course opens July 29, at 9am. Pre-registration will not be accepted.

To register, please contct Jeff Swenson at 218-299-5511 ext 6737 or Jeff.Swenson@hcsmuseum.org.

For more event information, please click here

Sep
15
Tue
Free Admission from 5-8pm
Sep 15 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

HCSCC Offers Free Admission on the 3rd Tuesday from  5pm to 8pmof each month April through December.

Oct
20
Tue
Free Admission from 5-8pm
Oct 20 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

HCSCC Offers Free Admission on the 3rd Tuesday from  5pm to 8pmof each month April through December.

Nov
17
Tue
Free Admission from 5-8pm
Nov 17 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

HCSCC Offers Free Admission on the 3rd Tuesday from  5pm to 8pmof each month April through December.