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Enjoy the rich history of North Chisago County, located in east central Minnesota. The North Chisago Historical Society hosts monthly events with a variety of guest speakers. Come join us and hear local historians, authors, collectors, craftsmen and other fascinating presenters. 

The NCHS holds a public meeting the first Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Rushseba
Town Hall, unless notice is given in the media and on this web page.  A short business/informational meeting is conducted and a locally significant program is usually presented.

 
 
Date/Time Location Event
Tuesday, December 3 at 6 pm Rushsebas Town Hall, just north of Rush City, on Old Hwy 61.

                              Ethnic Pot-luck Supper

  The North Chisago Historical Society is sponsoring an Ethnic pot-luck supper on Tuesday, December 3 at 6 pm.  in Rush City.  Members and the public are invited to bring a family favorite or a dish that represents family history.  This event will be held at the Rushseba Town Hall, just north of Rush City, on Old Hwy 61.

Sunday, December 8, at 1 pm Rush City Community Center

    

                                   Christmas Past Holiday Tea

The annual Christmas Tea will be held on Sunday, December 8, at 1 pm., at the Rush City Community Center. This year's theme is "Christmas Past."  The North Chisago Historical Society promises that it will again feature beautifully set tables and they will serve an array of tasty sandwiches, side dishes, Christmas cookies, and of course special teas and other beverages.The $20 tickets may be purchased at the Rush City Museum, Rush Printing or Val's Hair Studio.  The public is cordially invited to attend.

 
   

                       Museum will be closed Jan - March and reopening April 4.

No meetings at Rushseba Town Hall in Jan - March,  programs returning on April 7.