The Hermantown Historical Society was formed to preserve our rich heritage. As part of our mission we have developed a museum so that we can share our information and the artifacts that we have collected. We have also published one book about the unique Jackson Project homes and currently are working on a book about the schools and their activities.
We host presentations that have a historical significance to the area as well a harvest festival celebrating crafts, produce, and artifacts from bygone eras. Elementary school children are also taken on tours so that they can identify with what made their community special.
Besides the special events we are open to the public to come in and browse what we have from 1:00 to 4:00 on the second Saturdays of each month from January through November. We also will make arrangements to show groups around the museum at other times.
|Check out the |
Harvest Fest activities!
|3rd annual Harvest Fest|
| ||Duane Benoit's Railroad|
| ||Ta'tini Ho'okan|
|We now have our events|
|The Calendar is here!|
The members of the Society take a lot of pride in the amount of information they have been able to gather and invite you to come and visit, to share your own perspective or to give us more information.
The town hall on Hermantown Road