The Sappington-Concord Historical Society works with other organizations and institutions in the Sappington-Concord area including schools, churches, Boy Scout troops, libraries, retirement facilities, local municipalities and civic organizations. Listed below are events not directly sponsored by SCHS but are related in some way to SCHS.
These events are listed here as helpful information to SCHS members and visitors to our schs.ws website. It is not a comprehensive listing and again, these events are not sponsored by SCHS. It is hoped that they are of interest to our members and website visitors.
Events Related to SCHS
The May 22 meeting of the Sunset Hills Historical Society will feature a presentation focused on the Civil War and the Battle of Vicksburg by Park Ranger Shawn Williams.
“May 22nd was actually the day that Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant made an attack against the Confederate lines at Vicksburg that convinced him to resort to siege tactics,” explained Williams. “Once Vicksburg fell it split the Confederacy in two, allowing the Union to control the Mississippi River and use it for transportation and supplies.”
“Vicksburg was happening simultaneously to the Battle at Gettysburg, at opposite ends of the country, which created the turning point in the war,” added Williams.
Please join us in welcoming Ranger Shawn Williams and hearing this fascinating narration. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 22, at the Sunset Hills City Hall, 3939 South Lindbergh Blvd. See you then!
Getting ready for the 2017 dig at Sappington House
See a sampling of the artifacts found in 2016, hear the presentation on the dig done last year. Find out what may be coming up this year in the June dig. Sauturday, April 8 at 2:00 pm at the Oak Bend Branch library in the auditorium.
Rachael Azarra presents on the dig last year at Sappington House, gives a preview of 2017 and gives a tiny primer on the process of excavating and caring for artifacts found in a dig.
For students and teachers interested in joining the dig this year, there will be a little orientation session at the end of the talk.
Photos of last year’s dig
The Archaeological Dig at Sappington House 2017
June 1-17, Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10:00 to 3:00 pm
At the Sappington House:
1015 S. Sappington Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63126
Students: No fees. Can participate whole time or some part.
Apply through your school social studies teacher.
Call or email Steve: 314-918-1617, email@example.com
Teachers: To work with the students and professional archaeologists, learn the procedures, guide the students. Stipend available. Contact Steve.
The public: Come visit the site. See the work. Meet the participants.
See more about the dig at Sappington House.
See more about the student presentations.
See quotes from the students’ presentations.
See the main page for the dig at Sappington House
Local author Joe Sonderman
The March 27, 2017 meeting of the Sunset Hills Historical Society will feature a presentation about Route 66 by local author Joe Sonderman.
As editor of the Route 66 Association of Missouri’s Show Me Route 66 magazine, Sonderman will talk about Route 66 and its connection to Sunset Hills and Watson Road.
The meeting will be devoted to the many routes 66 took through the St. Louis area over the years, and take a close look at the road through Crestwood and Sunset Hills.
“We will discuss just why Route 66 is so special, it’s role in popular culture – and why preserving it is important,” said Sonderman.
His book Route 66 in St. Louis, part of the Arcadia series ‘Images of America,’ will be available for sale and for his signature.
Please join us for this enjoyable presentation at the Sunset Hills City Hall, 3939 South Lindbergh Blvd., at 7 p.m. See you there!
“An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story” Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Date(s) – March 6, 2017, a Monday night
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Emerson Auditorium in Knight Hall, Washington University in St. Louis
The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics and Eden Theological Seminary are pleased to present to the community an advance screening of a new film, An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story, scheduled to air on PBS this spring. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Prof. Marie Griffith, Director of the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics. Panelists will include the filmmaker Martin Doblmeier; Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw, President of Eden Seminary; and Dr. Healan Gaston, Harvard Divinity School. A reception for all attendees will be offered 8:30 – 9:30 p.m.
This event is free and open to all; no tickets required. RSVPs encouraged to firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 935-9345. Your RSVP allow us to send you a parking pass and contact you with any event updates.
About Reinhold Niebuhr
Although he may be best remembered today as the author of the famed “Serenity Prayer,” Reinhold Niebuhr — an outspoken American-born pastor, writer, and political activist — remains one of the most influential public theologians of our time. Presidents from Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter have credited his impact on their thinking, as well as John McCain, countless historians, theologians, political thinkers, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who cited Niebuhr in his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.”
Niebuhr’s career spanned some of the most tumultuous decades in American history, from World War I through Vietnam, from the Great Depression through the Civil Rights Movement. An early pacifist and socialist, he was closely monitored by J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI throughout his life, but would later serve as a consultant to the State Department during the Cold War.
Niebuhr rose from a small Midwest church pulpit to become the nation’s moral voice — an American conscience — during some of the most defining moments in recent history. His books, Moral Man and Immoral Society (1932), The Nature and Destiny of Man (1941–43) and The Irony of American History (1952), continue to influence theological and political thinking. An American original, his unique insights into human nature and its relationship to political movements and social justice propelled him to speak openly, and often critically, to an America consumed by moral certainty. For Niebuhr the priority was always justice, his guiding principle was hope in a redeemer God, and his weapon was an extraordinary gift for clarity of thought that made him a leading voice of conscience for his time.
At the February meeting of the Sunset Hills Historical Society, our own City Alderman from Ward 4, Mark Colombo, will share his passion for Civil War history and some of his collectibles from that era.
As an amateur history enthusiast, he was intrigued by the amount of Civil War-era historical events that occurred here in St. Louis and around Missouri, as he discovered while visiting U. S. Grant’s former residence, nearby White Haven.
“By discussing my own personal journey I hope to inspire others to undertake their own journey,” said Colombo. “It has been exciting to study and collect artifacts from that time period.”
Colombo will focus on his own discoveries and display items from his collection. The conversation will cover a wide range of events during the civil war: a broad overview of the Civil War, weapons used at that time, and the role St. Louis and the surrounding areas played upon the outcome.
Please join us on Monday, February 27, at 7 p.m. for this fascinating look back in time. Hope to see you there!
Photography Exhibit featuring the artwork of Artist, John Frey
Crestwood Community Center
Public Display on Saturday, March 11, from 10 am – 3 pm – Free
Join the City of Crestwood and local artist John Frey for a one day exhibit “Remembering Crestwood Plaza.” John Frey has captured and put together a variety of photographs featuring Crestwood Plaza that he would like to share with the public at the Crestwood Community Center. This exhibit is FREE and open to the public. John will have some of his work available for purchase. No registration is required. Open drop in will be available from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information call 314-729-4860 or stop by the Crestwood Community Center.
Check www.cityofcrestwood.org for more details.
Crestwood Mall Memories table, July 26, 2017
Bring memorabilia, photos and memories to share
around the memories table
with Debbie Lister
When: Wednesday, July 26 – doors open 6:30
Where: St Lucas UCC church 11735 Denny Road 6312
Who: Meet the photographer, John Frey, and purchase some of his matted photos
See more about the evening at Events – 2017
On Monday, January 23 at 7 pm the Historical Society will honor local history buffs and historical society founders, Morris “Butch” and Linda Thomas.
Butch and Linda have been members of the historical society since its inception in 1991. Through the years, Butch has served as President and Linda as Secretary, and is the current Treasurer. They have been business owners in Lemay and are very active in various local activities, including the Sunset Hills Conservation Foundation, as well as volunteering with bringing the Vietnam Memorial Wall to Sunset Hills.
The Thomases have been active in the Sunset Hills Historical Society from the early days, and were involved in the 50th Anniversary of Sunset Hills and the display of the Vietnam Wall at Lindbergh High School. Butch has served as President of the SHHS for four years, and Linda has been the treasurer from the beginning.
Butch has been awarded Citizen of the Year from the Sunset Hills Crestwood Chamber of Commerce in 2007 and received the Edgar P. Crecilius award from the Lemay Chamber of Commerce in 1993.
Please join us in honoring Butch and Linda as 2017 Historians of the Year, at Sunset Hills City Hall, 3939 South Lindbergh Blvd.
We look forward to seeing you at Monday’s meeting!
Anne Jesse, Secretary
Sunset Hills Historical Society
SUNSET HILLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY SCHEDULE 2017
All meetings start at 7:00 pm at Sunset Hills City Hall
January 23 – Historians of the Year, Butch and Linda Thomas. See more info
February 27 – Civil War as it Relates to Sunset Hills by Mark Colombo (Sunset Hills Alderman)
March 27 – Route 66 by Joe Sonderman
April 8 – Earth Day Festivities
May 22 – Civil War and Veteran of the Year
June 22 – German Fest – Joe Polach and the St. Louis Express Band
July 24 – MEMBERS ONLY SPECIAL EVENT
August 28 – Summer Break – no meeting
September 25 – TBA
October 23 – Members Luncheon and Field Trip to Lemp Mansion
November – Administrative meeting
December – No meeting
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site Calendar of Events: January – April 2017
Join us for a variety of free programs. Step back in time with living history characters or hear a historian’s presentation. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 314-842-1867 ext. 230.
Friday, January 27– 7:00 pm
Saturday, January 28 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
”Hammering Out Human Rights” Eleanor Roosevelt at the United Nations. Witness the compassion, the humor, the angst, and the wit of Eleanor Roosevelt. She speaks of the ground-breaking, grueling, tempestuous, and eventually triumphant development of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a Magna Carta for humankind. No wonder President Truman dubbed Mrs. Roosevelt “First Lady of the World.” Find out why Human Rights matter to you, and to the future of the United States. Program includes a Q&A “with Eleanor Roosevelt” and a Q&A with the presenter, Susan Marie Frontczak. Reservations required.
Saturday, February 11 – 10:00 am
Ulysses S. Grant Lecture by Author Brooks Simpson .
Brooks Simpson is a professor of history at Arizona State University and a highly acclaimed Civil War historian. He has written numerous books and articles about Ulysses S. Grant, including his 2000 biography Ulysses S. Grant: Triumph Over Adversity, which explores Grant’s life from birth to the end of the Civil War. Dr. Simpson is currently working on another biography that will explore Grant’s Presidency and the end of his life. Reservations required.
Friday, February 24 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, February 25 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
“To Bind Up The Nation’s Wounds” by Fritz Klein In his second Inaugural address, Lincoln talked about doing “all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves, and with all nations”. What did he mean? How might such a difficult task be accomplished in a time of great national divide and upheaval? Join us for a look at this fascinating subject – approximately 45 minute program with a question and answer session at the end. Reservations required.
Friday, March 10 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, March 11 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
A Conversation with FDR by John Hamant Join President Roosevelt for a conversation as he “visits” St. Louis in 1944. He will comment on St. Louis during the Depression and World War II and discuss his thoughts on running for a fourth term. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions throughout the program. Reservations required.
Friday, March 24 – 7:00 pm Saturday, March 25 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm ABOLITIONIST!! The Life and Death of the Reverend Elijah P. Lovejoy by Barnes Bradshaw The Reverend Elijah P. Lovejoy was not from Missouri, or even the Midwest. His family never owned slaves. But he saw the “outright evil” of the slavery system here in St. Louis and grew to be appalled by its very existence. After the murder of a freeman of color in 1836 he could no longer hide his rage and spoke of it in his newspaper, The Observer. The result of these writings, and his uncompromising anti-slavery tone, was that both he and his printing press would meet with utter destruction. Reservations required.
Friday, March 31 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, April 1 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
Harriet Tubman by Kathryn Harris . This one-woman show is a portrayal of Harriet Tubman, an African-American abolitionist, humanitarian and civil rights activist who guided slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. Reservations required.
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site 7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO 63123 314-842-1867 www.nps.gov/ulsg
Friday January 6, 10:00 am
A Walk Down Memory Lane: 1950s
Join us for a guided reminiscence of the postwar era and let music, images and memorabilia of the 1950’s transport you back in time!
Adults. Registration required. Meeting Room 1.
(This monthly series will feature historical artifacts and memorabilia within different themes and time periods.)
Thursday, January 12, 7:00 pm
Finding Your Ancestors in European Church Records
Church records are some of the most valuable and easily found sources for genealogical research. Using records from Switzerland and Germany as case studies, the presenter will demonstrate the goldmine of information such records can reveal. The presentation will include tips for finding records for European towns.
Adults. Meeting Room 1.
Tuesday, January 17, 7:00 pm
Author event – Steve Sheinkin, “Undefeated: Jim Thorpe and the Carlisle Indian School Football Team”
A Young Adult Event Presented by the Reading Garden Event Series. Steve Sheinkin is an award-winning author of fast-paced, cinematic nonfiction histories for young readers. His newest book tells the story of Native American super athlete Jim Thorpe and his indomitable football coach Pop Warner.
All ages. Meeting Room 1.
Friday, February 3, 10:00 am
A Walk Down Memory Lane: Dancing Through the Decades
Join us for a guided reminiscence of dance crazes through the decades.
Adults. Registration required. Meeting Room 1.
Friday, February 10, 2:00 pm
Join us as master storyteller and author Gladys Caines-Coggswell, tells us the story about Adeline, a slave in Savannah, Missouri. Adaline was present to hear Abraham Lincoln debate political opponent Stephen Douglas and was freed after the Civil War yet she chose to stay with the family to which she had been sold. This performance is presented by the Missouri Humanities Council.
Adults. Meeting Room 1. Registration requested.
Wednesday, February 22, 2:00 pm
The Bill of Rights and You!
Special guest speakers from the University of Missouri discuss the Bill of Rights, including its importance, history, implementation and impact today.
Topic: Why Alexander Hamilton Thought a Bill of Rights was Dangerous (And Why Nobody Believed Him)
Speaker: Jay Dow, Professor, Department of Political Science
Teens and Adults. Meeting Room 1. Registration requested.
Friday, March 10, 2:00 p.m
The Inspiring History of the Irish in St. Louis
Follow the moving account of St. Louis’ Irish immigrants in their struggle to survive bigotry and discrimination. Hear stories about the gangs in the Kerry Patch, the first Irish millionaires, the courageous firefighter Phelim O’Toole and other unforgettable figures. This history talk is presented by Bev Schuetz.
Adults. Meeting Room 1.
Wednesday, April 26, 2:00 pm
Walking in St. Louis 1875
What did the St. Louis neighborhoods look like in 1875? What was the slang, what were the homes and businesses, and what did St. Louisans do for fun? Get answers to all these questions and more with a unique perspective of St. Louis in a single year of its history. This program is presented by the Missouri History Museum. (Andrew Wanko)
Adults. Meeting Room 1.
Friday, June 16, 2017 2:00 pm
Route 66: Main Street Through St. Louis
From Route 66’s founding to its continued importance today, St.Louis and Missouri have always been important stops on America’s most iconic road. In this talk you will see some of the memorable sights and hear some wonderful stories from the Mother Road in St. Louis. This program is presented by the Missouri History Museum.
December 4, 2016 Sunday 5:00 – 8:00 pm at Sappington House
What is Give and Glow, Nite of Lites?
See 620 Combat Support Battalion, Crestwood fire truck, bonfires and Santa Claus.
Enjoy caroling, cookies and hot cocoa.
Walk along Grant’s Trail from Big Bend to Watson lit with luminaries supporting our military through the efforts of USA Cares (see white luminary bags in photo above).
Parking available on Crestwood Elementary School parking lot.
Donate $5 to honor your service person with a luminary or $25 for a special lighted balloon.
Contact www.giveandglow.info or 314-484-1094 by December 1st, Thursday to make your donation and specify the name of your service person for your luminary.
The US Grant National Historic Site Visitor Center is on Grant Road just down the street from the entrance to Grant’s Farm. the address is: 7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO 63123. See US Grant web site.
November 20, Sunday at 2:00 pm
Reports on the archaeological dig at Sappington House by the students; their experiences and their findings.
At long last, the student diggers speak. They reveal all; findings, experiences, insights, and research too.
Muffled since the June dig at Sappington house, the student diggers finally come forward in a tell-all moment. The Lindbergh and Ladue students have been in shroud of silence, contemplation, and research over the summer and into the fall. What have they been up to, really, in the last five months? Truth be told, they’ve probably been immersed in the life of a typical high school student.
But that won’t keep them from sharing some of what they experienced in their somewhat unusual experience of carrying out a full archaeological dig at the Sappington house in June. Nor can it keep them from revealing what they found. The Ladue students had the additional opportunity to put in more effort back in the classroom this fall. They added to their summer experience with further research into the Sappington house and Sappington family as it relates to the findings of the dig.
Come see and hear what the students have to tell on Sunday at White Haven.
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site auditorium at 7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO 63123. See map.
Seating limited to 70 people. Free and open to the public, but please RSVP. Reserve your seats by emailing Stephen Hanpeter at email@example.com or call 314-918-1617.
The photos below show the US Grant National Historic Site.
They dug, now they talk!
For two weeks in June, these young people morphed from high school student to archaeologist. Hear about what they found. Celebrate their efforts. Learn from their insights.
Give the students your attention!
Just one hour, 2:00-3:00. If you want to see more, the doors open at 1:30 to browse the exhibit room where the artifacts will be displayed.
2:00- 3:00 Each speaker allotted five minutes
Introduction by SCHS president, Stephen Hanpeter
Remarks by AIA president, Linda Bickel and husband, Mike Bickel
Lindbergh High School students
1. Alexis Klosterman
2. Jessica Umuisa
3. Evan Moss
4. Osama Ibraheem
Ladue High School students
1. The Story of Sappington House, and the History of Archaeology there (Grace Wallace)
2. The Purpose of Location (for building the Sappington House… water source and so on)… (Mona Kalafie)
3. Bricks and the Slave House (Noah Goldman)
4. Pig’s Teeth and Pig Bones, Possibly some Commentary on the Tin lid Found (Hannah Marvin, the photographer)
5. Glass Findings (Laura Ewald)
6. Ceramics (A.J. Oruwari)
Wrap up and invitation to the reception – Stephen Hanpeter
Reception in the exhibit room with refreshments. Meet the students and teachers. See the artifacts unearthed by the students. See student bio sketches and other displays. Visit the US Grant museum and take a guided tour of the Dent-Grant house.
Photos below of the student presentations on November 20. Photos by John Frey and Charlene Way
See quotes from the students’ presentations.
See the main information page on the dig at Sappington House
We hope you will enjoy the articles and photos on recent activities held at the park. Link to newsletter:
Check out the schedule of upcoming events and make reservations for our late fall and early winter programs. Call 314-842-1867 ext. 230 for reservations.
Saturday, October 22 – 10:00 am
The Life of Congressman Robert Smalls
Robert Sutton, historian emeritus for the National Park Service, will talk about Robert Smalls. Smalls was the first African American hero of the Civil War and later a U.S. Congressman. The program coincides with the park’s temporary exhibit on Robert Smalls that closes on October 30. Reservations required.
Friday, November 4 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 5 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
Mr. U.S. Grant – a one-person show
Dan Haughey is an actor, storyteller, and teaching artist from Illinois who will portray Grant in this short play. Reservations required.
Saturday, December 10 – 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Holidays at White Haven Open House
Come celebrate the holidays with costumed interpreters and special events at the historic house and stables. Free and open to the public.
Saturday, December 10 – 1:00-3:00 pm and 4:30-6:30 pm
Grant and Twain – A One Act Play
Grant’s efforts to write a book about the war were hindered when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. His friend Mark Twain was determined to help Grant publish the book despite obstacles and threats of betrayal close to home. Reservations required.
Friday, December 16 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 17 – 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
A Message at Midnight—A One-Act Play
It’s Christmas Eve of 1864 and as midnight approaches Grant arrives to meet with the President at the White House. This one-act play was commissioned by the park and features Fritz Klein as Lincoln, Pam Brown as Mary Todd Lincoln, and Dennis Rendleman as General Grant. Reservations required.
Sappington House “Crestwood’s Front Porch”
Upcoming December, 2016 Event Calendar
December 4, 2016 Sunday 5-8 pm
4th Annual Nite of Lights – Give and Glow
See 620 Combat Support Battalion, Crestwood fire truck, bonfires and Santa Claus; Enjoy caroling, cookies and hot cocoa; Walk along Grant’s Trail from Big Bend to Watson lit with luminaries supporting our military through the efforts of USA Cares; Parking available on Crestwood Elementary lot; Donate $5 to honor your serviceperson with a luminary or $25 for a special lighted balloon; Contact www.giveandglow.info or 314-484-1094 by December 1st Thursday.
December 11, 2016, Sunday 11 am-5 pm
Holiday Heritage Tour of Four Regional Historic Homes
Plan a road trip around town; trek from Hanley House in Clayton to Mudd’s Grove in Kirkwood, and from Hawken House in Webster Groves to Sappington House in Crestwood, each decorated for the season and serving delicious treats. $25 for adults; free for children 12 and under. Tickets on sale in the Museum, Loft Gift Shop, The Barn restaurant and at the Crestwood Community Center.
December 16, 2016 Friday 10 am-8 pm
Day Trip to Quaint Christmas Churches
Through the woods to Apple Creek churches we go! By motorcoach, we will travel to country churches decorated for the joyous season. Enjoy a home-style meal, visit a unique museum and shop for hand-made crafts, wine and fine meats. Trip weather permitting. Departure from Crestwood Government Center at 10 a.m. Cost $60; Reservations Required; Call Crestwood Community Center at 314-729-4864 to Charge OR Mail Check to Crestwood Community Center, 9245 White Cliff Park 63126. Please include your name, address and phone number on check payable to “City of Crestwood.” Because this event sold out last year, make your reservations starting on November 1, 2016.
January 1, 2017 Sunday 7 am-1 pm
Join Karen Mott, Barn proprietor, and her staff the morning after a very late night for a fun meal; Sip on a Bloody Mary in your PJs!
The Barn Now Serving Dinner Thursday, Friday and Saturday 5-9 pm
Taste the Unique Barn-inspired Menu featuring Entrees such as Black Tie Eggs Benedict, Country Cornmeal Fried Missouri Trout, Smoked Grilled Pork Chops and more
From $12 to $22
Reservation recommended; Carryout available; Call 314-966-8387
1015 S. Sappington Road, Crestwood, Missouri 63126
Museum 314-822-8171; Restaurant 314-966-8387; Shop 314-984-5007
MUSEUM & LIBRARY OPEN Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Third and Fourth Saturdays 11 am-2 pm; CLOSED DECEMBER 18, 2016-JANUARY 31, 2017
LOFT GIFT SHOP OPEN Tuesdays through Fridays 11 am-2 pm and Saturdays and Sundays 8 am-2 pm; CLOSED JANUARY 2-16, 2017
THE BARN RESTAURANT OPEN Tuesdays through Fridays 6 am-2 pm; Saturdays and Sundays 6 am-3 pm; Thursdays through Saturdays 5-9 pm; CLOSED MONDAYS; CLOSED JANUARY 2-16, 2017
Friday, November 1, at 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Twilight Tour of Old St. Johns Cemetery
Encore Twilight Tour of Old St. Johns Cemetery. The public is invited to “meet” some of the early members of St. Johns Evangelical United Church of Christ located at Lindbergh & Highway 55. See www.stjucc.org for more info. Bring your flashlights and dress for comfort. Our guides will lead you on a tour of Old St. Johns Cemetery and share stories from the past. Friday, November 1, at 6:30 pm, second tour at 7:30 pm. Meet at the flagpole in front of the church.
Sunday, October 13, 2013 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Thomas Sappington House 205th anniversary celebration
Thomas Sappington House
1015 S. Sappington Rd.
Crestwood, MO 63126 Get Directions
See description of the anniversary celebration in the South County Times. Sunday, October 13, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Free and open to the public.
See video about the Sappington House made by KETC for the 200th anniversary of the house.
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