This tour of unique Fridley neighborhoods is brought to you by the Fridley Historical Society, City of Fridley, and the Anoka County Historical Society (ACHS), but it is only through the generosity of homeowners in the neighborhood that this event is possible.
The documentary will show prior to the movie in the park (Cars), City of Anoka
The Anoka County Historical Society is excited to unveil a digital, multi-touch table in the exhibit hall during Riverfest. This device, purchased courtesy of a grant from the Shavlik Family Foundation, will create an interactive experience for visitors to the museum.
Take some time to talk about family cookie recipes, traditions, and memories of the family bakers in this class given by the Anoka County Historical Society. Please bring along a favorite cookie jar and a good story to share (we’ll provide the treats!)
Register here. The class is FREE!
You’ve done it with chili, now do it with Jello-O! No family gathering in the Midwest is complete without fruit, fluff, and that magical jiggle. Come taste the best Jell-O salads, desserts, and dishes as they compete for a chance to win prizes for:
Best in Fluff
Best Fruit Suspension
Best Family Story
Best Photo Entry (the older the better)
We will have games like Jiggler toss and Jell-O Jeopardy as well as light refreshments to cut the sweet. With your admission, you’ll receive three tickets for food, activities, or naked Jell-O (thumb) wrestling! Additional tickets can be purchased during the event.
Proceeds from this event support the operations at ACHS.