We are very pleased to be able to offer another book that contains Pine City area history. Order a copy.
The History Association sponsors a weekly discussion on local history.
Learn all about it in this video.
Discover Pine City History on Lyfmap.com
Discover fascinating local history using Lyfmap. Add your history to the map. Using a Goggle Maps interface, click on a map pin and history for that location pops up. The history association is using Lyfmap to share local history but anyone can share history on Lyfmap. Join us in collecting & sharing Pine City history.
Learn more about using Lyfmap - Check out our instruction page.
Pine City Area Rural Schools
We are pleased to announce that our 2019 Calendar is available. You can buy it from the Chamber of Commerce
Next General Meeting
Individuals interested in the study and preservation of local history are encouraged to attend the next meeting of the Pine City Area History Association. The meeting will be held in the meeting room of the Pine City Public Library
Sunday, October 21, at 2:00pm
"Arrowheads & What They Tell Us"
Join us as archaeologist and geologist, Brian Klawiter shares a collection of Pine City lithics and discusses what we can learn from them.
The public is always invited and encouraged to bring items related to the topic to share. Memberships will be available for purchase. For more information call 320 322 9208 or email email@example.com.
Read about a past general meeting; "Rural Schools"
Read about a past general meeting; "History Rocks"
New Book: Carl E. Meier
Five Year Diary 1940 - 1944
In the summer of 2015 we brought the Privy Diggers to town. Here is a video of one of the digs.
The Privy Diggers were here in Fall 2016. You can see some of their finds on our Facebook page.
New Book: The Nelsons & Coca-Cola
Interactive History Kiosk - Unavailable due to vandalism
Explore Pine City area history at our interactive iPad kiosk. Using touchscreen technology, read old Pine City newspapers, look through phone books from the past, explore maps, photos and more. Made possible by a grant from The Royal Bank of Canada and an Operation Round Up grant from East Central Energy, this kiosk makes Pine City area history accessible in a whole new way.The kiosk is located in the Chamber of Commerce office in the Pine Government Center.
Monday - Friday 8:30 to 2:30, Free & open to the public.
Rural School Museum & The Military Road
The history association is pleased to share two new brochures.
Membership - download Brochure
The history association is funded by memberships. The public is encouraged to become a member of the Pine City Area History Association. An individual/household membership costs $20.00 and is valid for one year. You may purchase your membership by mail. Complete the membership form and drop it in the mail.