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2019 Arts and Cultural Heritage Series

Introducing the Performers, Authors and Artists of the 2019 Arts and Cultural Heritage Series

This year we are exploring the history and culture of Minnesota through music, history and…

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Writing Memory Stories Workshop

72 years after he was born, Wendell Affield discovered who his biological father was and…

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Announcing an Appearance by “Virgil Wander” Author Leif Enger

Bestselling author Leif Enger will discuss his latest book “Virgil Wander” which tells the enchanting…

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Don’t Miss Musical Impressions: the Art of George Morrison

This one-of-a-kind artistic performance will feature a presentation of 128 images of artist George Morrison’s…

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Level Up Your Research Skills with a Genealogy and DNA Testing Workshop

Level up your genealogy research skills and learn about DNA testing. DNA testing using services…

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Self Publishing Workshop with Author Ryan Jacobsen

Join award-winning author and publisher Ryan Jacobsen to hear the behind-the-scenes story of how a…

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Discover the Nordic Noir Genre with Dr. James Kaplan

Professor James Kaplan will share how Scandinavian crime thrillers offer readers a new way of…

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Don’t Miss Music by Mestifonía!

Join us for a performance by Mestifonía, a Minnesota-based band that blends Colombian, Bolivian, and…

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Join Us For a Presentation on Women’s Suffrage in Minnesota

We’re celebrating the 100 year anniversary of Minnesota passing the 19th Amendment which gave women…

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In November 2008, Minnesota voters approved a constitutional amendment to dedicate funds for Minnesota’s Outdoor Heritage, Clean Water, Parks and Trails, and Arts and Cultural Heritage. Under the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund (ACHF) Minnesota’s 300+ public libraries receive funding distributed through existing formulas to the 12 Minnesota Regional Library Systems to provide programs and services in four areas: arts (visual, performing and media), culture, literary and Minnesota history. The law states that these funds are intended “for regional progams and working with arts and cultural partners.

 

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