Happy Holiday Welcome

 

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IMG_2319_1_1BRING THE KIDS!

“Christmas in the
1960s” Exhibit

THIS IS A GREAT HOLIDAY EVENT FUN MEMORIES of “TOYS and CELEBRATION”

Extended History Celebration Hours:
Saturdays, November 8 through December 20 (11:00 AM to 3:00 PM) and Tuesdays, November11 through December 16 (2:00 to 4:00 PM).

Spark those holiday memories this year to share with the younger generation!

Click to learn more — Here you can take a peek inside our museum.

Great holiday family event!

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The Fridley History Center founded by the Fridley Historical Society, is the only community-based historical museum in Anoka County. It is located in an old 2-room schoolhouse built in 1931, it features many exhibits of Fridley history and numerous artifacts and historical photos on two floors. It is open to the public on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

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Don’t miss our GREAT EXHIBITS

Fridley History Center Open House (FREE ADMISSION)

Saturday, December 20 – 11 a.m.—3 p.m.

Saturday, December 27 – 11 a.m.—3 p.m.

Help Support Fridley Historical Society – consider a tax deductible donation.

Thank you to all who joined us on our “Fall Cleaning Day!”

2 thoughts on “Happy Holiday Welcome

  1. Wonderful exhibit! Like I was back in time. The tree was my favorite part. And right upstairs I was able to enjoy the stories of the 1965 Fridley tornadoes. I am embarrassed having just discovered this museum today after living in Fridley for so many decades. I will be back!!

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