The Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) has been working hard to create engaging, exciting programs that meet the needs of the adult library audience. After reviewing the evaluations from last season’s offerings, MHS is proud to share the newest Fall-Winter Adult Programming Catalog. The programs in this brochure are available to take place in libraries anytime between September 2014 and March 2015.
New this coming programming season — The Historical Craft Workshop will be available as a series. Libraries can book just one, or if they are interested in hosting a series – all three! Participants of the workshop this year will learn the art of paper flower making, and go home with seasonal treasures for their home or to give as gifts.
MHS is a also excited that although author Larry Millet isn’t able to travel statewide, he is working with MHS staff to create a presentation based on his upcoming book, Minnesota’s Own: Preserving Our Grand Homes. This book highlights beautifully preserved homes around the state, and the presentation given by one of MHS’s expert educators is sure to be a wonderful addition to any programming calendar.
For questions or more copies of the Fall-Winter Adult Programming Catalog, contact your regional library Legacy Coordinator.