Thu, Apr 15 | Ranier

History on Tap: Women in the Wild Part 3.1

Join us for your favorite show of the year: Women in the Wild!!! We have 6 fabulous ladies to share with you all and this is the event you never want to miss! *NOTE* TICKETS ARE FOR IN-PERSON SEATING ONLY!!!
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Time & Location

Apr 15, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM CDT
Ranier, 3481 Main St, Ranier, MN 56668, USA

About The Event

Life in the untamed wilderness is hard. It could be even harder sometimes for the women who came to the far reaches of the north with little experience in homesteading; leaving behind the comforts of city living and learning how to raise a family on nothing. Cold winters, isolation, and lack of amenities including medicine and reliable transportation, while trying to raise a family and simply survive could make life seem very long and difficult. Despite the hardships, these women lived incredible lives; some choosing to homestead completely on their own and really making a go of it! Come hear their stories, their struggles, and their triumphs as we celebrate some women you know and love, as well as those whose names may have been lost forever had we not kept them safely tucked away to share with all of you. 

Due to changes in the Governor's orders, this History on Tap show will allow for a small increase in capacity for ticket seating, though masks will still be required for entry. We will have 40 tickets available--pay in advance and refunds will be available should regulations change. The program will be operating under the state mandates and we will be hosting just under the 75% capacity requirement. Hand sanitizer will be provided at entry and we will have disposable masks for anyone who needs one. This is a CLOSED PRIVATE EVENT. Tickets are REQUIRED to get in. 

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