The Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums formed in 1991 to support each other in our mission of connecting people to nearby history.
What does the Alliance do?
Minnesota's local history groups formed an alliance in 1991. Even though we serve different communities throughout the state, we share a common mission of connecting people to nearby history. Some of us have professional staff, but many of us are small, volunteer-run societies. Together, we work together to raise the quality of work in the local history field in Minnesota. The Minnesota Alliance for Local History Museums serves the approximately 500-plus local history groups throughout the state with professional training, awards for excellence, mutual assistance in times of disaster and more.
Discounted Rate for 2019 Conference Vendor Opportunities Ends on January 31!
Are you interested in being part of the 2019 MALHM Conference and Annual Meeting with advertising, sponsorship, or having a table in our vendor hall? Contact Alliance Coordinator Dustin Heckman to find out how!
We have many opportunities available including direct marketing (tote bag inserts, conference program advertising, and table in our vendor hall) and conference sponsorship! Our promotional flyer details each option and includes a fillable form that can be submitted to secure your commitment! Don't wait to secure your spot as pricing will go up the closer we get to the conference.
Want to know who has already signed up as sponsors and to exhibit in the vendor hall? Go to our conference page.
Registration for 2019 MALHM Conference is now open!
Can you believe it that the 2019 MALHM Conference is almost here? Early bird registration opened on December 1! This year, there will be three registration tiers starting with the early bird registration period from December 1, 2018 to January 31, 2019. A discounted rate period will be open from February 1 to March 31, 2019. The full registration rate will be in effect starting April 1.
Check out our conference page for the full conference schedule and for lodging rates for Treasure Island Resort & Casino.
We can't wait to see you in Red Wing!
Apply for a Heritage Partnership Grant through the Minnesota Historical Society!
The goal of this grant program is to build the capacity of eligible applicants to preserve and enhance access to Minnesota’s history and cultural resources by supporting the creation and development of sustainable, history-based partnerships throughout the state.
To learn more about the program, check out the Heritage Partnership Program website and watch this video on how to use the program. If you have questions, contact Grants Specialist John Fulton at (651) 259-3467 or by email.