Saturday, December 9, at 12pm at the Rice County Historical Society
Come by RCHS for a fun afternoon of crafts and holiday cheer! We will be making ornaments, traditional garland, and more. Come get in the festive spirit with us and help us decorate the RCHS Community Christmas tree!
This event is free to all, we encourage you to call ahead so we can be sure to have enough supplies. Call 507-332-2121 or email us at email@example.com
Wednesday, December 13, at 6pm at the Rice County History Museum
The Rice County Historical Society will be celebrating our members and volunteers.
Please join us as we celebrate the season-and our volunteers and members. We hope you can make time in your busy holiday schedule to stop by the museum to enjoy some refreshments and so we can thank you for your continued support. Volunteers and Members are the ones who “make it happen” at the Rice County Historical Society. Thank you to all who made it a great year!
This event is free for volunteers and members – both current and those interested in becoming volunteers and/or members.
For more information about this event call (507) 332-2121
Tuesday November 7, 14, and 21 at 10:30am at the Rice County History Museum
Join as RCHs in welcoming Jeff Sauve as he guides participants through three 90-minute writing sessions that will rekindle joyful recollections and inspire attendees to put pen to paper. Participants will create stories based on their childhood memories of holidays and the holiday season.
Session 1 Topic: Food
Session 2 Topic: Photographs, participants should bring their favorite holiday photograph
Session 3 Topic: Artifacts/Ornaments, participants should bring their favorite holiday ornament or artifact
Jeff Sauve has been featured in the Minneapolis StarTribune, Minnesota Historical Society’s MNopedia, MinnPost, MPR Radio, and TPT television. An award-winning author and historian, Sauve has written eight books and scores of articles for local and regional publications. After serving 20 years as an archivist at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., he pursued a successful writing career. In 2023, his book, Murder at Minnesota Point, was awarded a bronze IPPY (Independent Publisher Book Award) medallion for Midwest non-fiction.
This program is open to all writing levels. The programs will run on the second Tuesdays of November, the 7th, 14th, and 21st from 10:30am to 12pm. We ask that those looking to participate register in advance. The program is free to members and $5 per session for non-members. To register please call 507-332-2121 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, September 28, at 6pm at the Northfield Public Library
Heirlooms contain powerful stories that connect generations across time and space. So to, artifacts in a museum connect generations of a community to their shared past. Join RCHS as we bring out some of our collection and share the stories within them.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their heirlooms or items as well and share their stories with the group. Small items can hold big memories, and this program is an open forum for those in attendance to talk about their stories and how they are kept!
Admission is free, and this program will be held at the Northfield Public Library (210 Washington St, Northfield, MN 55057). To register ahead of time please call 507-332-2121 or email us at rchistory.org.
Thank you to the Northfield Public Library for allowing us to share the space for the evening.