The World War II History Round Table’s 2019-20 programs will move from the Historic Fort Snelling Visitor Center to St. Paul’s Minnesota History Center.

The programs have been held at Fort Snelling for 32 years. The 33rd year consists of monthly programs that run from September through May, featuring guest speakers during each presentation. Most presentations are on the second Tuesday of the month.

The presentations begin at 7 p.m., following a one-hour student outreach conversation with the guest speaker and veterans regarding the program topic.

The programs are free, but the history center charges up to $6 for parking, with a discount for Minnesota Historical Society members.

A list of programs and speakers is available online at mn-ww2roundtable.org.

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