Women's History Circle at the History Center January 26
The Work of Her Hands: Rag Rug Making and Sharing Family History with Lori Feltis. Gathering and Food - Bring your own handiwork to work along or just learn how to make a memory rug.
$2 non member donation
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Dearest Anna: A Valentines Program♡
February 8, 2020 3 - 5pm
In the late 1800s, Roy and Anna, fresh out of high school, exchanged a series of love letters that Roy’s granddaughter Carol Allis has compiled into a book called “Dearest Anna”. Join us for a dramatic reading
of some of the letters, a book signing with Carol, and the opportunity to bid on silent auction bags that
include items from local wineries, restaurants, theaters, spas, and more.
Whether your relationship status is single, married, or “it’s complicated”, there’s something for everyone.
$15.00 each and space is limited so please call to reserve your seats at 507-282-9447
Feb 20, 2020 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Book signing and talk with James Donadio, Jr. MD. Dr. Donadio, now a retired Mayo Clinic nephrologist, had just completed his residency at Mayo Clinic in 1966 when he was drafted into the Vietnam War to supervise a renal intensive care unit. On his first day at the 3rd Field Hospital in Saigon, he treated the first patient in the war zone to receive hemodialysis. In addition to providing nephrology care, he also provided trauma care and treatment for tropical diseases. He spent one year in Vietnam and completed his military commitment at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. $5 non member
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"The 1968 Generation"
"The Rochester Symphony: 100 Years" ♬ ♪ ♬ ♫
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Jan 31, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Program by Scott Wright. He has a PhD in American Studies , he has taught history at the University of St. Thomas from 1979-2010. $5 member / free memebers
$5.00 non member
Feb 01, 2020 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Free will donation for the Special Olympics for all sleigh rides. The History Center’s annual Winterfest program features corn shelling, dress up in vintage clothing, write with a quill pen and ink, history crafts, hot cider and cookies, and a visit the Stoppel cave on the George Stoppel farmstead! Joseph and George Stoppel, brothers and German immigrants, dug out the caves in 1856. Would you live in the cave—in wintertime? They and their families lived in the caves that winter. Find out if it’s colder or warmer in the cave than outside. $5 per child and free will donation is separate for all sleigh rides from 10am - 4pm. $5 per child
$5 per child and free for parents
To see more programs and events please check out our Calendar of Events!
Olmsted History Center
Tuesday – Saturday
9 am to 5pm
Closed All Major Holidays.
On days that inclement weather occurs
the History Center will close consistent with Rochester Public Schools closures.
HCOC Members: Free