Buffalo Bill Cody will be hosting his wife, Lulu Frederitzi Cody’s Annual Birthday Party at at the Museum on Saturday, May 21th from 1 til 3 PM.
The museum is open from noon till 4 pm for touring.
Our own, Bob Flamm, who is a Buffalo Bill Impersonator will be presenting stories and says he has a surprise for us this year. We will not be using the correct amount of candles as she would have been 178 years old but we will still have refreshments.
Come and join the celebration with us. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1-3 pm.
Relatives and friends of Louisa Frederitzi Cody will gather at the Arnold Historical Museum on Saturday May 1 at 1 pm to hang a banner celebrating Louisa Frederitzi Cody’s birthday on May 27.
Rain date will be Saturday, May 8.
May 1 is also the re-opening day for the AHS Museum.
During May there will be a display of all items collected by Buffalo Bill Cody look-alike, Bob Flamm.
Visitors are encouraged to stop by and see the collection.
Louisa was born in Arnold on May 27, 1844 in a home on Frederitzi Lane which is next to the museum. Her family were founding members of Immaculate Conception Church where she was baptized. Louisa met and married Buffalo Bill Cody on March 6, 1866.
Many of Louisa’s relatives are buried in Historic Richardson Cemetery located ½ mile west of Vogel Road on Richardson Road.
The Arnold Historical Society also maintains the cemetery.
The Arnold Historical Society and Museum was created by and is managed by the Arnold Historical Society. We were founded June 17, 2005. We are a 501(c)3 non profit organization, and we receive no funding from the city, the county, or the state. Donations are tax-deductible
NEW Hours: Friday and Saturday, 12-4 p.m.
For special appointments, call Bernie at 636-464-9256