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January 2020

Historski: A History Ski Tour of Riverside Park

January 26 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm

Love history? Like to ski? Come to Riverside Park, one of St. Cloud’s premiere historic landscapes for a history scavenger hunt ski tour. This outdoor winter history program will be held in conjunction with the 13th Annual Sons of Norway Barnelopet, a children’s fun Nordic cross-country ski event. Established in 1910 to take advantage of St. Cloud’s location along the Mississippi River, Riverside Park features spectacular views of the Beaver Islands and a design inspired by Frederick Law Olmsted’s Central Park…

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Let There Be Spaces in Your Togetherness Exhibit/Film Series

January 30 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

There is a visual arts exhibition and film series coming to St. Cloud State University. "Let There Be Spaces in Your Togetherness" is a group visual arts exhibition by local and national artists from the Southwest Asian and North African (SWANA) region or of SWANA descent. The film series and exhibition will begin on January 30 and will be on view through February 27th in the  Kiehle (keel) Gallery of the Kiehle Visual Arts Center. The  series will continue with film…

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February 2020

Russian Fairy Tales Exhibit at the Stearns History Museum

February 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Stearns History Museum is part of a series of exhibits that are “Exploring History and Culture in Central Minnesota" – with the Museum of Russian Art. The program, Russian Fairytales, will include Russian traditional dances by the Nitka Folk Performance Group. They'll present a costume show with explanations and a presentation on Russian fairytales and fairytale-themed nesting dolls from the museum's collection. The Nitka Folk Performance Group is a troupe of all female performance-oriented folklorists who study, research, perform and…

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Queen Charlotte’s Birthday Ball At Snake River Post

February 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

The Snake River Fur Post in Piece City is hosting an evening of early 19th-century entertainment with a lively country dance. They're calling is a celebration of Queen Charlotte's Birthday. Country dancing was a favorite diversion for the genteel classes in the early 1800s. Dance steps will be taught and called at the ball. Complimentary refreshments will be available. Period or semi-formal attire is requested. The dance is on Saturday, February 8th, doors open at 6:30 p.m; dancing begins at…

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Who Will Write Our History?—Jewish Resistance and Heroism Speaker at SCSU

February 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The St. Cloud Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education is recognizing International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a special guest speaker. Dr. Sam Kassow, Professor at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut will speak on the topic of Who Will Write Our History?—Jewish resistance and heroism in the face of “The Final Solution.” He captures in his lecture the vision, initiative and commitment of a people telling their own story ...while Nazis were planning and carrying out their destruction. Kassow will tell the gripping…

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High School Band Students-Play Like A Husky

February 15

The SCSU Husky Sports Band invites area high school band students to Play Like A HUSKY! on Saturday, February 15. Students will rehearse throughout the day and perform alongside the Husky Sports Band for the SCSU double-header basketball games against Northern State University that afternoon and early evening. This FREE event begins with 10 a.m. check-in at the Performing Arts Center, followed by group rehearsal, lunch provided, then early afternoon run-throughs. The group will then perform for Women’s and Men’s…

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Benton County Historical Society Presents Songs of Old Russia

February 15 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Benton County Historical Society is part of a series of exhibits that are “Exploring History and Culture in Central Minnesota” – with the Museum of Russian Art. The Benton County Historical Society will host “Songs of Old Russia."  The program will feature the Ladya Duet with a presentation on the collection of The Museum of Russian Art. That exhibit includes objects from the collection that includes carved wood figurines and nesting dolls in traditional Russian dress. The program  is on…

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St. Cloud ‘Zine Fest

February 22 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Do you know much about zines and zine cultures? “What is a zine?” you ask. It is a small self-published work, which can be comprised of images and/or text that expresses a theme or idea. They're often shared with small groups of friends and peers. Come share your ideas, learn more, and even make your own at the St. Cloud Public Library. St. Cloud Zine Fest is  Saturday, Feb. 22nd from 11 to 4: p.m.

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Century Farm Applications Now Being Accepted

February 29 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Minnesota families who have owned their farms for 100 years or more are invited to apply for the 2020 Century Farm Program. Produced by the Minnesota State Fair in conjunction with the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation, the Century Farm Program was created to promote agriculture and honor historic family farms in the state. Family farms are recognized as a Century Farm when three requirements are met. The farm must be: 1) at least 100 years old according to authentic land records; 2) in…

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Dine & Dialogue: Creating a Better Minnesota

February 29 @ 2:30 pm - 4:45 pm

You're invited to join local community leaders in a discussion about how our American values transcend religion and race. Enjoy Somali tea and snacks while listening to a lively discussion about how our diversity makes us a stronger community. Come with an open mind and maybe leave with a new friend. This discussion is aimed adults and teens, though the event is open to all ages. It's taking place on Saturday, February 29 at the St. Cloud Public Library, starting…

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