Edina Historical Society news:
Register now for popular Antique Appraisal Event
Reserve your spot now for our popular Antique Appraisal event, which has sold out the past five years! You now can order online with a credit card in our online store! You can also order by mail by sending a check for $10 per item (limit three items per person) to: Edina Historical Society, 4711 West 70th Street, Edina, MN 55435. Please include a brief description of the item (e.g. 1850s oil painting, mechanical bank). To receive confirmation of mail in registrations, please include your email or a self-addressed stamped envelope. Space is limited to 100 item - register today! The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 19, beginning at 10 a.m., at the Edina Senior Center. For more info, see description on our Upcoming Events page.
2015 house tour and lecture feature John H. Howe homes
The most popular question after the Edina Historical Society's wildly successful 2013 Historic House Tour was, "When are you having another one?" The answer: Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, when three homes by architect John Howe will be open to the public. As a preview to the tour, authors Jane King Hession and Tim Quigley will present a program on Thursday, Aug. 20, on the noted architect, known as the "pencil in Frank Lloyd Wright's hand." See our Home Tour page for more information.)
Now seeking Edina hockey items for upcoming exhibit
The Edina Historical Society is looking for artifacts that tell the history of Edina hockey for an upcoming exhibit.
Whether you played peewees or pros, on the girls' teams or the boys', for the Cougars or the Hornets, we want your uniforms, photos, sticks, skates and stories. The items can be loaned, for return at the end of the year-long exhibit, or donated.
Call Marci at 612-928-4577 or email her to find out more or if you are interested in planning related events, such as a reunion or game, to celebrate Edina's great hockey tradition.
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Make a difference in what we can do to preserve Edina's history. Your support helps us transcribe the diaries of Edina's black pioneers, record the memories of our community history-makers, purchase archival supplies to preserve Edina artifacts and much more!
The Edina Historical Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law. We now accept credit card payments in our online store! Join us today!
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If you live in Edina, Minnesota, we're the best place to find the history of your home, your school, your neighborhood and your organization. The Edina Historical Society has worked since 1969 to collect, preserve and tell the history of our community as it has grown from a mill town to a mall suburb.