2022 Program information will be posted in the spring.
Open to all children attending Convention ages 3 to 13 and limited to 35 participants. Please register your KidsView participation during the registration process! Walk-ins will only be accepted if we have enough space for them, so the only way to reserve a spot is to register in advance.
Don’t miss this opportunity! Register your child or grandchild today!
Kids View Program
Would you like to be involved with Youth Programs at Convention? Do you have an idea or would like to teach these emerging collectors? The RWCS needs leaders for our Youth Programs. If you are interested in working with Young Collectors, Kids View, or both of these groups, please contact us at email@example.com or call 651-388-4004.
Volunteers are Needed!
Kids View Volunteer –There are opportunities available on Friday to assist with Kids View. Please contact the RWCS Office at 651-388-4004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Come have fun with the youth of our organization!
Questions about Volunteering? Please contact the RWCS office at 651-388-4004 or email@example.com
ArtReach of Red Wing is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide access to the arts and the enrichment it brings. ArtReach’s primary focus is to provide meaningful experiences to those with limited access to the arts. We envision a community connected through the healing power of art and strive to provide diverse art experiences for people of all ages and abilities in a comfortable and encouraging atmosphere.
Goodhue County Historical Society serves as the steward for county history by collecting, preserving, and promoting the natural and cultural history of Goodhue County through education and outreach.
Minnesota’s oldest county historical society, the Goodhue County Historical Society was chartered in 1869. After residing for 37 years in the basement of the County Courthouse, the Society moved into the Baptist Old People’s Home building on College Hill in Red Wing in September of 1969. Between 1989 and 1992, the building was remodeled to increase storage and exhibit space.
Make Your Own Stoneware
An auction, both Silent and Bidding interactive with “Red Wing bucks”. All pieces are donated by our generous members!
Paint a real Red Wing Plate, just as it was done in the Pottery
Starting and display a collection
Living history presentations
For more information please contact the RWCS Business Office firstname.lastname@example.org