MN History Center

345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
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Museum Hours

Tue 10 am-8 pm
Wed-Sat 10 am-5 pm
Sun Noon-5 pm 
Closed Monday (Open Monday holidays year round, including 2/15).
Museum Holiday Hours

Library Hours

Tue 9 am-8 pm
Wed-Sat 9 am-4 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Library Holiday Hours

Admission

  • $12 adults
  • $10 seniors and college students w/ID
  • $10 active military w/ID
  • $6 children ages 5-17
  • Free Tuesdays 5-8 pm
  • Free for children age 4 and under and MNHS members
  • Free to visit the library
     

Contact

651-259-3000
Contact

2016 Feb 5

 

History of Hip

History of Hip 2016

This informal series about the origins of all things hip, has moved to the Park Square Theater and Vieux Carré,  both in the historic Hamm Building at 408 St. Peter St. in Saint Paul.
 
$15 ($12 MNHS members). Buy tickets online or by phone at 651-259-3015.
 
Please note: These are 21+ events. Ticket price includes one glass of house wine or tap beer or a featured cocktail.
 
In the rare event of unforeseen scheduling conflicts, this program will be moved to the Minnesota History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd. W., St. Paul MN 55102

 

 

Upcoming History of Hip Events

Cities v. Suburbs

    Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Please Note: this event has moved to the Park Square Theatre's Andy Boss Thrust Stage in the Lower Level of the Historic Hamm Building at 408 St. Peter St., Saint Paul. 
 
$15 ($12 MNHS members). Ticket price includes one glass of house wine or tap beer or a featured cocktail. Buy tickets online or by phone at 651-259-3015.
 
As long as suburbs have existed, neighboring residents have competed for resources and recognition. But can urbanites and suburbanites overcome differences to share assets and create a vibrant metro community? Dominique Pierre-Toussaint, an educator and community activist who lives in Eden Prairie and works in Hopkins, shares his thoughts on the challenges and rewards of suburban life, with Ann Buck of the Hopkins Police Department. Writer and geographer Bill Lindeke of the Saint Paul Planning Commission discusses efforts to make Saint Paul and surrounding suburbs a more cohesive community and shares his predictions for the future of Twin Cities suburbs.
 
Bill Lindeke has been blogging about sidewalks and cities since 2005, ever since he read Jane Jacobs. He has a PhD in geography from the University of Minnesota, and writes the Cityscape column for Minnpost. He was born in Minneapolis, but has spent most of his time in St Paul and serves there on the Saint Paul Planning Commission and Transportation Committee. He loves jazz, philosophy, and good news radio. Follow him on Twitter @BillLindeke or on Facebook.
 
Dominique Pierre-Toussaint is the Co-Founder of Minnesota Youth Community (MNYC). MNYC aims to enrich the experience of each child by focusing on three cores of development - Athletics, Arts and Academics. Pierre- Toussaint’s work with the project is similarly holistic- he is fundraiser, booster and teacher. Pierre-Toussaint is also an Elementary Support Specialist for Hopkins Public Schools. 
 

Women Animators

    Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm
This event will be held at Vieux Carre, in the Lower Level of the Historic Hamm Building at 408 St. Peter St., Saint Paul. 
 
$15 ($12 MNHS members). Ticket price includes one glass of house wine or tap beer or a featured cocktail. Buy tickets online or by phone at 651-259-3015.
 
March is women’s history month! Join writer and researcher Phil Anderson and veteran filmmaker Kathleen Laughlin to take a closer look at the ways that women have used animation to represent their stories. From the 1970s on, women in animation have gone beyond comic-character stereotypes while exploring their worlds, their stories, and the medium itself.
 
Phil Anderson has always combined teaching and writing; he taught liberal arts media-study classes at MCAD and wrote regular film reviews for City Pages. Now retired, his interests include the ongoing evolution of animation, film, and whatever “TV” might become. as well as local history (bakeries in particular).
 
Kathleen Laughlin has a background in graphic design, but her true passion is filmmaking. She has made both animated and live action films, and is now best known for her documentary work.  Laughlin has also worked as a producer, editor and taught other young filmmakers at MCAD.