The Andrew Peterson diary is now available for purchase at the Carver County Historical Society. The hard cover book is 750 pages and costs $42. Due to the size of the book, the 92 page index was published separately and costs $6. Member discounts apply. We ship anywhere in the US for $10.
The Chaska Herald and the Chanhassen Villager published a wonderful account about the translation of the the diaries. You can read the article by clicking here: https://www.swnewsmedia.com/chanhassen_villager/news/opinion/columnists/commentary-learn-about-famous-diaries-at-upcoming-nordic-heritage-club/article_f6097644-4ce9-5f7c-bae2-2a6494e19445.html
Introducing the 1st fundraising event for the Peterson Farm.
The Possibilities of Preservation
November 23rd Charlson Meadows, Victoria
Doors open at 4:30pm
5:00pm-6:00pm Reception with light apps,
6:00 6:30pm Speaker Natalie Heneghan from Rethos: Places Reimagined
6:30pm – 7:00pm Questions and Answers to the hard questions
The program is designed to be fun, interactive and informative. Natalie will be talking about all the different ways people can be involved in preservation – fixing up your old home, researching & sharing local history, visiting/supporting places like the Peterson Farm, etc.
Natalie Heneghan works for Rethos: Places Reimagined, a statewide nonprofit that connects people to historic places. As the Education Coordinator at Rethos, she creates classes and workshops that help people take care of the old buildings they love.
Cost is $40 per ticket with a maximum of 50 tickets sold. Preregistration required. All profits benefit the Jeffris Family Foundation challenge grant to benefit the Andrew Peterson Farmhouse rehabilitation. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 952-442-4234 to order tickets.