March is a jam packed month of Legacy history, music, science and children’s theater! For a full description and schedule for each program:

Minnesota’s Civil War Experience Presented by Arn Kind of Historical Experiences  is touring the area March 2 – 12. Through drama, role-playing and living history experiences, Mr. Kind’s presentation will give participants an understanding of this turbulent time and bring history alive. Arn dresses in the uniform of a Union soldier and goes through the uniform, equipment, and weapons used by soldiers in the American Civil War.


Northern Gael brings Celtic Music to enliven the mid-winter season in a short tour March 17 – 21. Northern Gael weaves together the vibrant traditions of Ireland and Scotland. This dynamic trio performs a variety of music from ballads to vigorous sets of dance tunes. Northern Gael presents a lively program of an authentic Celtic repertoire.

Soudan Mine – Then & Now brings history, science and the health of area bats to libraries March 23 through April 10th. The Soudan Mine began as an iron ore mine, but today it is a Minnesota State Park, bat hibernacula, world-renowned particle physics lab, and national historic landmark.  Join James Pointer, Interpretive Supervisor at Soudan Underground Mine State Park, and Al Lipke, Outreach Education Coordinator at Soudan Underground Physics Lab, as they take us from the opening of the mine in 1882 to the current search for exotic neutrino particles and dark matter.

And finally the Boogers are Back!  They are bringing The Adventures of a Rock Named Stickey to area libraries starting March 30th! The Boogers are a group of rascally performers dedicated to creating original interactive theatrical experiences that celebrate educational topics. Fresh off their first project, the critically acclaimed The Yard Bizarre, they now bring you The Adventures of a Rock Named Sticky.

For a full description and schedule for each program: