CHASKA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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Chaska History Center
The Chaska Historical Society was officially organized in 1980 by a group of people who recognized the need to record and preserve the history of Chaska.
The Chaska society, a chapter of the Carver County Historical Society, is located in the Chaska History Center at 112 West Fourth Street in a newly restored 1890 Livery Stable. The organization is led by a nine member elected Board of Directors which meets quarterly. The annual meeting of the membership is held each fall usually in November.
The society could not exist without the continuing support of its many volunteers
and the generous donations received from its supporters.
As with any nonprofit organization our budget only goes so far so we have posted here
our "Wish List". If you have any of the listed items that you no longer are using
we could put them to very good use.
Thank You in advance for our continuing support
Durable rolling cart with lightweight cabinet for presentations at schools
Transcribing machine for small tapes
High - Quality wand scanner for copying from fragile newspapers
Storage location in or near downtown Chaska
Click here for fund raising opportunities
The Chaska Historical Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation.
All donations are tax-deductable to the extent allowed by Federal and State laws.