Picnics, dances, balls, games, sledding, sewing, cooking, chatting, crafts and skills — LHSMN has a historical something for everyone. What are you interested in?
Whether it’s our annual Winter Weekend celebration in February, The Sewing Academy weekend workshop with Liz Clark in April, an immersion luncheon, or a sewing bee, the Living History Society of Minnesota always has something going on. We have a variety of members-only events as well as events open to the public.
Our activities focus on the final days of territorial government, through Minnesota’s early statehood (1858) to the end of the Civil War (1865). Learn more about how LHSMN can help support your event.