Casselton Heritage Center
Our Mission: To conserve the rich history of the town of Casselton
The 130 year old Stone Church was originally built for the St. Stephen’s Episcopal congregation and later purchased by the Mennonite congregation. After the Mennonite congregation disbanded, the Casselton Heritage Center was established in April 2004, through the initiative of Twila Schrock.
The Heritage Center is a non-profit organization and available to area residents for programs, weddings, funerals, open houses, tours, educational and entertainment activities. Exhibits include the Library Room, which is dedicated to the five North Dakota governors from the Casselton area.
The Casselton Heritage Center is on the National Registry for the Historical Buildings and is governed and managed by a board of directors and bylaws. To schedule a tour or event, contact: Julie, 701-238-4782, Bernie 701-238-0536 or Ron 701-261-0460. On Facebook.
Casselton Heritage Center, Inc.
241 Langer Ave North