TAPPING HISTORY IS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE VISIT OUR COVID-19 PAGE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES ON OUR RESPONSE AND REOPENING.
Join us for Tapping History the second Monday of every month from September through May to explore the history of the Lake Minnetonka Area. Programs are held at the Excelsior Brewing Company 421 Third Street, Excelsior.
Capacity is limited to 125 people Seating is first come, first served. $5.00 Suggested Contribution at the Door
*SPECIAL ELMHS MEMBER PERK!* A limited number of free, prime seats are available to ELMHS MEMBERS ONLY! Member's register here. Not a member? Join here, then register.
CANCELLED Monday, April 13, 7:00pm Oakwood: A History of West Big Island
This program has been cancelled for the health and saftey of our staff, volunteers, and you our audience. We are working on rescheduling the program and will let you know when that information is available.
Big Island is often in the news, but the west side of the island gets little notice, even though we know there has been a human presence there for thousands of years. Aaron Person will explore this little known part of the island from its first inhabitants to the cottagers of the 1880s and the Scandinavian immigrants who moved in after them. “Oakwood” contains some of the oldest structures still in continuous use on either side of the island and has some fascinating stories to tell.
CANCELLED Monday, May 11, 7:00 pm Excelsior Amusement Park Memories
This program has been cancelled for the health and saftey of our staff, volunteers, and you our audience. We are working on rescheduling the program and will let you know when that information is available. This special Tapping History will feature a panel of individuals who worked and experienced the EAP first hand- Moderated by Greg Van Gompel. Hear their stories and come with your own! Member registration coming soon!