Join the Northfield Historical Society in remembering the Great War and the effects it had on the Northfield community a century ago. Service and Sacrifice: Northfield in the Great War will debut on June 29 with an evening reception open to the public from 6 to 8pm. ...read more
Carleton's Forgotten President: The Short, Embattled Reign of William Henry Sallmon Lining the south wall of a central conference room in the Weitz Center for Creativity is an August procession of painted portraits, depicting in numerical order the stately succession,...read more
Celebrating Preservation: The First National Bank By Cliff Clark The First National Bank on Division Street has undertaken the most extensive Northfield historic preservation project in the past thirty years. The three-story bank at 329 Division Street, designed by...read more
An early 20th century spring ice cream social at Carleton became a May festival on the lawn of Gridley Hall dorm on May 22 of 1909, with Maypole dancing, Glee Club singing and the crowning of a May Queen. Over the next half a century, entertainment was added to the...read more
Northfield History Month Begins on June 1st! Explore Northfield's Historic Downtown District: This walking tour begins with an overview of the District and then highlights several of the buildings on each block in terms of architectural features, original and...read more
Bank Raid Gallery
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