Minnesota Moment: Croatian Hall celebrating 100 years of bringing immigrants together

Updated: August 20, 2019 10:52 PM

There's a big party happening this upcoming weekend in South St. Paul.

The Hrvatski Dom, better known as the Croatian Hall, has been a centerpiece for people who immigrated from Croatia for 100 years.


Many of the original immigrants settled in South St. Paul to work in the stockyards. And this building was a place for them to kick back and connect.

A 100th-anniversary celebration is planned for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Six bands have been booked and there will be plenty of Croatian food.

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