HISTORY * NATURE * CULTURE
The Minnesota Valley History Learning Center teaches the natural and cultural heritage of the Minnesota River Valley and inspires people of all generations to understand, preserve and learn from our shared history.
The Summer Explorer Program is an adventure for students in grades 1-6. Hands-on presentations and unique field experiences creates personalized learning on our three themes: the Minnesota River, Dakota Culture/Pioneer Life and Agriculture. Year round activities are being planned.
EXPLORERS: Call Morton City Hall to register 507-697-6912 before July 15. Limited to 60 participants.
2017 Explorer Program Dates
Morton July 20-21
Designed to educate and entertain people from all walks of life, the Lunch and Learn Series shares the valley’s unique natural and cultural history. You can become a member of the series or attend just one event.
2017 Lunch and Learn Dates
July 29 – 10 am – Memories of Morton and the Minnesota River by Darby Nelson (details to follow)
August 19 -10:30 am Lower Sioux Agency Historic Site, Morton, MN
September 23 – Wood Lake Battlefield Symposium (details to follow)
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