Join us this Saturday 1pm-4pm as JoAnn Huss demonstrates the art of Spinning. The House is open to the public from 12-4
JoAnn Huss, a New Ulm resident, has been spinning for about 30 years. She enjoys interacting with the audiences and teaching them her craft. Visitors will have an opportunity to sit at the spinning wheel and try spinning the wool
Explore the Historic Kiesling House. Constructed in 1861; it survived the US – Dakota War of 1862, tornados, blackbirds, grasshoppers, and city development. It is one of the few structures in Brown County, from that era, that is accessible to the public.
Learn about early pioneer settlement, customs, and traditions of area immigrants. Discover and reexamine events, like the US-Dakota War of 1862, that shaped New Ulm. Examine the development of community and influence of social and political issues on area residents.