2015 Trivia Night – be sure to be there!

Check out the new Trivia Night poster!  Get your team signed up before all the tables are taken!

TRIVIA NIGHT FLYER 2015

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Arnold Days Parade – 3rd Place Winners

The Society’s float in Arnold Day’s Parade received THIRD place. Louis Arnold sits in front of his grandparents picture; a birthday cake represents our 10th birthday; and sharing family history is covered by the large oval pictures on each side of the float. Special thanks to Allen Flamm for creating and building the float. Roy and Bernie Wilde sat on the sidelines and watched the parade for the first time.

Arnold Float 2015 - Actual

 

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Golf, and Cars, and More… oh my!

Aug. 8 – Golf Tournament at Riverside Golf Course beginning at 10 a.m.!

Aug. 15 – Car Show in Arnold City Park from 9-3!

Get ALL the details in our July newsletter, including event applications.

Want to check out past newsletters?

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Culver’s Ice Cream! July 14th

culversLooking for a fun and yummy way to cool off this summer?

Love the Arnold Historical Society and Museum, but short on cash?

Check out Culver’s, 123 Richardson Crossing, on July 14th, 5-8 p.m.

Enjoy your favorite ice cream sundae or float, and 10% of the sales go to the AHS.

Your AHS team will be serving up your orders.

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AHS 10th Anniversary Celebration

32 founders, members, and friends came together this past week to celebrate ten years of our OWN society’s history.  Check out who came to the party – click here.

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AHS 10th Anniversary Celebration

Join us in June for our 10th Anniversary Celebration!

June 20, 2015 at St. Mark’s United Church of Christ 

1861 Missouri State Road, Arnold

Dinner at 5 p.m. by Robbie’s Catering

$20 per person

Friends in Harmony Women’s Barbershop Chorus followed by a Sing Along of old time favorites

RSVP by June 8 with check payable to Arnold Historical Society.

Mail to 1723 Jeffco Blvd. Arnold, MO 63010

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Latest Newsletter Available!

Check out our latest newsletter for upcoming events and fundraisers, and all of the news around the museum!

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April 14 at Culver’s – Fundraiser!

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April 14 at Culver’s

  • Our fundraiser runs from 5-8 p.m., at 123 Richardson Crossing.
  • 10% of all orders will be donated to AHS.
  • Come and meet a member of AHS team as we serve you ice cream and burgers!
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March & April Events to support AHS and Museum !

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Tuesday, March 3, at Bellacino’s 

  • Our fundraiser runs from 4-8 p.m. at Bellacino’s, 3484 Jeffco Blvd.
  • 10% of all orders will be donated to AHS.
  • Enjoy great pizza and grinders with the family, and support your local history organization. 

 

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April 14 at Culver’s

  • Our fundraiser runs from 5-8 p.m., at 123 Richardson Crossing.
  • 10% of all orders will be donated to AHS.
  • Come and meet a member of AHS team as we serve you ice cream and burgers!
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March 2nd Meeting – Murder & Mayhem in Jefferson County

Join us at our next monthly AHS meeting, March 2nd, to hear about Jeff County’s most notorious historical murders.  Meeting is a 7 p.m. in the lower level of the museum (1723 Jeffco Blvd.).

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Murder and Mayhem in Jefferson County: 3 Degrees of Separation

Most of us have heard of Kevin Bacon’s game “Six Degrees of Separation” in which you can connect any two people in six steps or less. Well, when it comes to murder in Jefferson County, one can usually connect them in three steps or less – thus the subtitle: three degrees of separation. The presenter will discuss some of Jefferson County’s most notorious historical murders, and show how the individuals are connected despite the decades that separate them.

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