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Virtual 'TESTIFY: A Conversation' scheduled for April 30

The Plum Creek Library System is partnering with eight other Minnesota Regional Library Systems to present the program “TESTIFY: A Conversation,” a virtual webinar featuring retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page and his daughter, Georgi Page-Smith, at 7 p.m. April 30.


The public is invited to take part in an evening of conversation that centers around the collection of Americana memorabilia acquired by Page and his wife, Diane Sims Page, and curated by Page-Smith. This presentation is made possible with Arts & Cultural Heritage Funds from Minnesota's Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment.


Selections from the family’s collection debuted at the “TESTIFY: Americana from Slavery to Today” exhibit at Minneapolis Central Library’s Cargill Gallery in 2018 and returned last year in February. The success of the original exhibit sparked the development of the TESTIFY Traveling Exhibition, a large format photo display of several of the artifacts and artwork The photographic collection has been displayed at libraries and other locations across the state throughout the past year, including in Worthington.


Registration for the free program is required and can be found at:

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