HERITAGE & HISTORY
April 22, 2014
The smash hit series from last season is returning this year with three brand new shows as we welcome Andrew Walesch’s American Songbook Series. This year’s line-up include three very distinct, and incredible composers have played major roles in the development of The American Songbook. Also, Andrew will once again be premiering some material from his Nashville album, due out this year!
Presented by Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education (CHGE)
April 16-April 19, 2014
Commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda in a series of events at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Daniel Wildeson (Director of SCSU's Center for Holocaust ...More
Presented by Somali Student Organization
April 19, 2014
Ever wonder what Somali culture was all about? Well, now you can find out. Come join us on Somali Night. You will learn about the people, culture, hear our music, taste our food, ...More
April 22, 2014
The St. Cloud Friends of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts are delighted for the return of Erika Holmquist-Wall, assistant curator of paintings, to share the tales of Baltimore's ...More
April 24, 2014
The Stearns History Museum is pleased to announce Amy Thielen as the speaker for Museum’s 3rd annual fundraiser. “Midwestern Flavors” is the theme of the event ...More
May 1, 2014
Part history class, part craft class. Corrine Lanz teaches us about the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, interesting women of the era, and what fabrics and patterns to use to make a 1930s ...More
May 7, 2014
The Stearns County Pachanga Society is hosting a fundraiser for the Ultreia Committee and their trip to Spain!
The Stearns County Pachanga Society needs your ...More
April 5-April 26, 2014
Instructor: Paula Benfer
|Memories in Miniature Exhibit|
This is an exhibit of miniatures from the Museum's collection. People make and collect miniatures for many reasons. Some preserved memories of family and community by carving wood. Some made models to honor a time, a place, of people in the past. Some used them to imagine what might have been. These miniatures are rightly called “folk art,” the work of people with a passion for what they loved and a yen to create. Some of these decidedly uncommon artists spent thousands of hours...
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|Power on the Prairie Exhibit|
Come and see the Grand Opening of a new exhibit on Monday, November 4th at the Stearns History Museum called "Power on the Prairie". This exhibit tells the story of rural electrification in Stearns County with interactive exhibits sponsored by the Stearns Electric Association. "Before rural residents had access to electricity, the countryside was lit up in the evenings by millions of stars in the sky, maybe the moon, and a few flickers of light from lanterns and lamps. After...
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