- Activity Suspended
- Change in AHS Museum Hours
- SUCCESS!!! The 2020 Car Show was AMAZING!
- 2020 Car Show Updates
- Louisa Frederitzi Cody Birthday Party Postponed…
- AHS News Updates
- AHS Quilt Block selected for the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt!
- Annual Meeting Completed!
- Trivia Nite October 19!
- The newest AHS Float honoring the first Fox School classes!
Category Archives: News
Check out the new car show flyer! Join us at Arnold City Park Under The Trees Sat. August 11, 2018 (Rain date August 18 at the Arnold Eagles next to the Museum) 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Car Entry Fee $20.00 … Continue reading
Check out all of our new news in the June Newsletter! by
Here’s a great new photo of the AHS Board! Check out the Contact Us page if you need to talk to us. by
Welcome to Spring! Our April newsletter is now available on the news page. by
Check out our newest page in the History section, a story about our OWN AHS history. Arnold Historical Society & Museum by
Five new photo-history pages have been added to our website! Click to learn more about the history of Arnold and check out even more under the History tab on the main menu, and visit the museum for a total immersion … Continue reading
The AHS will again be serving at Culver’s on Feb 6th from 5 – 8 p.m.! Come by to see us say ‘hi’. AHS makes 10% of all sales during those hours… and who doesn’t love ice cream in the … Continue reading
Sadly, yesterday (Dec 31st), one of the Arnold Historical Society’s founding fathers passed away. Rich Simpson, Jack Underwood, and Roy Wilde created the AHS June 17, 2005, and Rich was active in its management until his passing. You can access Rich’s … Continue reading
The annual Open House will be held at the museum on December 2nd, 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
This year’s Trivia Night is on November 4th. We hope many of our ‘regulars’ and lots of new teams will join us to support the Arnold History Society & Museum. Click here for the flyer! by