​Finnish Pioneer Park 


The purpose of the Cokato Finnish American Historical Society is to preserve the history of the Finnish pioneers and others who settled in this area of Wright County.  The society is a self supporting non profit organization.  The society holds many educational and social events during the year.

Memorial Celebration

Come join us for the Memorial Celebration, Saturday, May 23rd.  The Bake Sale has delicious  treats to enjoy.  We have pasties, pulla, flatbread,  and bars.  All the building will be open to tour.  The Tori will be in the school hall selling rag rugs, paintings, local honey, books and CFAHS T-shirts.  The program will start at noon.  Our honored Veteran will be Kenny Aho. The Program will be about the trains and how it helped to grow the community.  The train tracks came to Cokato in summer of 1869.

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May 23rd

          Memorial Celebration

June 20th


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Pikkujoulu had a great turn out this year!   People were out setting candles up in the cemetery as a memorial.  The wind made it challenging to keep the candles light this year, but it still looked beautiful when the sun set.  

     We enjoyed a delicious pot luck supper, afterwards entertained with a sing along of Christmas Carols.  The main program of the evening was Larry Pokornowski with three characters in his ventriloquism performance.  His talent  had the whole room laughing, some in tears.

This 1922 all terrain vehicle  (snowmobile car) originally used by the rural mail man will be on display.  It is on loan from the Cokato Museum.  The vehicle has had some custom work done to allow it for operate with wheels or the ski.  

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