South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum
925 11th Street, Brookings SD 57007
On the SDSU Campus, 11th Street & Medary Ave
605-688-6226 1-877-227-0015 www.agmuseum.com
23- “South Dakota Challenges since 1960”, Author Talk with Charles Rogers, 7 pm, West Gallery
24- Pink Lady Bakery- 8am-5:00pm or until they run out!
17- Gourd Decorating Class: Growing and preparing Gourds for Craft. 10am-noon, West Gallery
24- The South Dakota Quilt Documentation Project. 9:30am - 4:00pm, West Gallery
29- “The Great Plains Guide to Custer” Author Talk- Jeff Barnes 7pm, West Gallery
14- South Dakota Statewide History Day Competition – University Student Union, SDSU Campus
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Pat Jensen’s Pink Lady Bakery will be back for the last time this year on Saturday, December 17. The Museum will be open at 9:30am, come in early and grab some delicious caramel rolls and gold bricks. Also, we are still accepting items for the Brookings Food Pantry. Bring in any 3 non-perishable goods and receive a coupon half off any item in the store! Finally, we would like to the folks at Occupy Brookings for stopping in and shopping this past weekend. We thank you for your business and your message to shop local!
Bring your cats, dogs, guinea pigs, snake or other small pets to museum to meet Santa Paws and have their picture taken. This event is a fundraiser for the Brookings Regional Humane Society and the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum. Sitting fee is $10/pet. For more information call the museum at 605-688-6226 or toll-free 1-877-227-0015.
Homestead Sundays - Take a break from your busy schedule and enjoy a peaceful afternoon at the Agricultural Heritage Museum. Staff and volunteers are always on hand to answer your questions. Kids of all ages can help with chores. Enjoy doing chores in an air conditioned climate with a cool drink. Open 1-5pm
Fran Shaff is an author of contemporary and historical sweet romance, young people’s novels and short stories. Join us at the South Dakota State Agricultural Heritage Museum on Wednesday, April 27 from 12:00- 1:30 for an author talk and book signing featuring Fran Shaff.
Fran will discuss her “Heart Junction” romance series: “Laura’s Lost Love,” “Stephanie’s Surprise” and “Mari’s Miracle,” all set in early 20th century South Dakota.
Also included in Schaff’s discussion is a presentation about methods fiction writers use to develop characters, plots and settings and some insight into the business aspects of being a writer. Afterwards, Schaff will be available to sign her books.