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Summer Car Show – August 12th!

It’s that time again – for our Summer Car Show at the Arnold City Park.  Click here for the details! by

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2017 Golf Tournament Info – Rescheduled to September 30th!!!

  The cleanup after the flood is over, and its FINALLY time for the golf tournament.  More details here!   by

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The March Newsletter has arrived!

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NEW Display – Greeting Cards

Pop by the museum this weekend and check out our new display of greeting cards from the early 1900’s, on display in the Arnold room. by

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Happy New Year !!!

Thanks to all of you that stopped by for the museum holiday open house!   If you missed our annual holiday event, please stop by for a visit during normal visiting hours and say ‘hi’.  Check out the Christmas music … Continue reading

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Christmas Open House – December 3rd

The annual Open House will be held at the museum on December 3rd, from 12-4 p.m. We hope to see some long-time Arnold citizens along with those of you that are NEW!  Come check out the recurring exhibits, and our … Continue reading

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November Newsletter – Hot off the presses!

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2016 Fall Trivia Night – Have you signed up?

2016 Fall Trivia Night SATURDAY, November 5 St. John’s Lutheran – School Gym 3511 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold, MO TRIVIA CONTEST BEGINS AT 7 P.M. Need details?  Check out the newest flyer! by

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Arnold Days Float 2016

Check out the AHS Float this year at the Arnold Days Parade!  The jeep was in the D day invasion of Normandy in 1944.  Thanks to the team that created this great float for AHS. The Society received third place … Continue reading

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The Early Food Processors

There is a new bit of history at the museum – potato mashers! Before wire whisks or food processors, a favorite mealtime staple, mashed potatoes, were painstakingly prepared by hand. A wooden implement of numerous designs, some were quite primitive. … Continue reading

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