Since 1972, the Hopkins Historical Society has been dedicated to preserving the history of the Hopkins community. They are a resource center of over 6000 photographs depicting historical Hopkins including county fairs, the Raspberry Festival, schools and economic development. The Historical Society is also fortunate to have inherited, collected and preserved many Hopkins artifacts dating back to 1856 and local newspapers from the mid-1920's.
The Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that is supported by its 150-person membership. They host membership meetings featuring a guest speaker and publish a quarterly newsletter. The dedicated volunteers spend much of their time responding to inquiries of a particular Hopkins resident, historical event, development or activity.
The Hopkins Historical Society documents, preserves and classifies historical records, interprets material unique to our local history, gathers artifacts and materials to exhibit the story of Hopkins and serves as community historians to children and adults.
Membership includes three newsletters each year and meeting announcements. Please call for more information.
Occasional Sundays, 2:30 pm
Hopkins Activity Center
Meeting topics are always lively with plenty of time for refreshments and reminiscing. Call the Society or visit their website for more information.
The Historic Homes Committee identifies and catalogs historic Hopkins Homes. Once a year, proclamations are awarded to two Hopkins homes.
If anyone has a home they would like to have considered for a proclamation or have any questions about the Historical Homes Project, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Historical Society has many artifacts, photographs and written documents. Please call to make an appointment to view any of the historical archives.
Learn more the Hopkins Historical Society's Hopkins: Through The Years, covering Hopkins history from the 1880s to 2000s.