Date: Every second Wednesday of the month
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Cost: Free to members/non-members $7
Location: Stearns History Museum
Questions? Contact Sarah Warmka, Archivist (320) 253-8424 or email email@example.com
Wednesday, December 10, 9am-10am • Sons of Norway, Trollheim Lodge (St. Cloud)
Four members of the Sons of Norway Trollheim Lodge in St. Cloud will give presentations in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibit, “New Land, New Life: Norwegian Immigration, 1825 - 1925.” Attendees will be introduced to Norwegian culture as Tolly Vollen will speak about sports and skiing; Rosemary Roehl will share weaving and craft traditions; Frank Roehl will discuss immigration, and Jean Marthaler will talk about genealogy.
Wednesday, January 14, 9am-10am • “The Next Level” For twenty years, Foley Elementary teacher Rick Rassier traveled around the country as a “one man volleyball team” competing alone against six person teams. He then used this experience to develop motivational speeches that inspired student athletes and encouraged a positive message. But his work did not end there. At age fifty, he took up freestyle kayaking in order to go through another challenging process both physically and mentally. Come hear this motivating story. Wednesday,
Wednesday, February 11, 9am-10am • “Waters Like the Sky” Local Stearns County author Nikki Rajala steps into the past with her historical fiction novel It’s a story about an unlikely young voyageur named Andre who winters with a seasoned fur brigade in what would become Minnesota’s northern border country. Set in the early 1800s, Waters Like the Sky illuminates the culture and traditions of these French-Canadians during their time in the forest. Please join us for an engaging presentation about Rajala’s background research that went into writing this well-received piece of fiction.
Breakfast Club bakery items and refreshments are sponsored by Coborn's. For more information about Coborn's please click here.