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ABCS AND 1,2,3'S: SCHOOLS IN EARLY SHAKOPEE
Shakopee has 12 schools. But many years ago, schools
happened in houses, in churches, and in log cabins. Over
time, public schools started popping up around the area of
Shakopee. Learn about some of the schools in the area, and
how they grew to fit the population of people who lived in our
town.
Activity Name Code Dates Times Days Location
Register ABCS AND 1,2,3'S: SCHOOLS IN EARLY SHAKOPEE CD1208 12/8/2020 - 12/8/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tu CC Info
GLORY HALLELUJAH CHURCHES MOSQUES AND HOLY PLACES IN EARLY SHAKOPEE
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, which was built but never
used, the German St. Mark’s Catholic Church and the Church
of Immaculate Conception (later called St. Mary’s) for the Irish
in Shakopee, the First Presbyterian Church (now the Igelsia del
Dios Vivo, Columna y Adoyo de la Verdad, La Luz Del Mundo),
St. John’s German Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the
Russian Evangelical Baptist Church, among others, will also be
presented.
Activity Name Code Dates Times Days Location
Register GLORY HALLELUJAH CHURCHES MOSQUES AND HOLY PLACES IN EARLY SHAKOPEE CD1006 10/6/2020 - 10/6/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tu CC Info
INSTIGATE INFLAME AND IGNITE FIRES IN EARLY SHAKOPEE
The fires helped change the landscape in early Shakopee.
Stories about the the Great Fire of 1879, the fire at Ferdman
Store in 1934, the fires at the St. Paul House in 1965, the Riviera
Supper Club fire on 1952, the fire at Page and Hill in 1957, and
the deadly Chevrolet garage fire in 1959, along with others, will
be discussed.

Activity Name Code Dates Times Days Location
Register INSTIGATE INFLAME AND IGNITE FIRES IN EARLY SHAKOPEE CD1110 11/10/2020 - 11/10/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tu CC Info