- Founder Rich Simpson has passed away
- Christmas Open House – Saturday, Dec 2nd
- 2017 Trivia Night – Just about here !!! November 4th
- 2017 Golf Tournament – Now on September 30th!
- Summer Car Show – August 12th!
- 2017 Golf Tournament Info – Rescheduled to September 30th!!!
- The March Newsletter has arrived!
- NEW Display – Greeting Cards
- Happy New Year !!!
- Christmas Open House – December 3rd
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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
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
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
The June newsletter has just been published! Check out all of the latest AHS news with a quick click here. by
Arnold Historical Society will host a Civil War program Monday, June 6, 2016 at 7 pm at 1723 Jeffco Blvd, Arnold. Reenactors Larry McDaniel and Mike Rivera from Company K, Small Artillery Group will wear and explain all parts of … Continue reading
It’s time again for our annual golf tournament. Check out the new golf flyer, and sign up now to support this great local cause! by
Historical Easter items will be on display at the museum until May 31. Be sure to stop by and see how Easter was celebrated by Arnold families in the past. The museum is open Fridays and Saturdays, Noon to 4 … Continue reading
The Richardson Cemetery historical books have arrived! The newly published edition of The History of Richardson Cemetery contains 220 pages of the earliest settlers in Maxville and Beck communities. Dr. Robin Hanson, editor, included a death certificate for each person … Continue reading