Upcoming SCHS Events

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Sappington-Concord Historical Society
sponsors a variety of events for its members and the public. Some are held on a regular basis and some are special one time events. The following is a list of up-coming events in chronological order.

Get a copy of the SCHS event schedule for Fall 2013 SCHS Schedule Oct 2013.

See a list of past SCHS events:
Past events – 2013
Past events – 2012

See a list of events in SCHS area sponsored by other organizations on Related Events page.


November 1-30, every day, all month long
Route 66 memorabilia
Tesson Ferry branch of the St. Louis County Library in the display case inside the entrance
Display by SCHS member Donna Wagner. She can gave a preview of her collection at the October general meeting. But for sure she is scheduled to have her items on view in the Tesson Ferry Library display case. That will be for the whole month of November. As you visit the library, be sure sure to “check out” some of their collection of local history items, some of which are usually on display on a rack near the check out counter. Be sure to stop to say hello to library manager and SCHS member, Anne Arthur, who spoke to us about library services at the April general meeting. Thank you, Anne!
See map and driving directions to Tesson Ferry library.

Route66 Memorabilia display case

Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Sappington Concord Historical Society annual membership dues are due
Send by mail or pay in person at the January 22 general meeting
Annual dues: single membership $10 husband/wife membership $15
Membership dues will be accepted at the General Meeting on January 22, or mail your check made payable to the Sappington-Concord Historical Society to: Sue Steinnerd, Sappington-Concord Historical Society, 4474 Gemini Dr., St. Louis, MO 63128.
Get Membership_Form 2013

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
General membership meeting
Presentation by Dr. John Oldani, “St. Louis 
Dr. John Oldani, professor and author of several books, will give a presentation titled
St. Louis Folklore: Mom, Clean Underwear, and Toasted Ravioli. His most recent book, St. Louisms Lingo, Lore, and the Lighter Side of Life in the Gateway City, will be available for purchase. General membership meeting at Lindbergh High School, Anne Morrow Lindbergh Room at 7 p.m.
See map and driving directions to Lindbergh High School.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Meet-at-the-Site Tour
Missouri Civil War Museum
This Meet-at-the-Site Tour is Wednesday, January 29, at 10 a.m. at the recently opened Missouri Civil War Museum, located in the old 1905 Officer’s Post Exchange Building, 222 Worth Road in historic Jefferson Barracks. The three-story building that had sat in disrepair for decades was completely restored to a beautiful structure for the “preservation and study of Missouri and its involvement in the American Civil War.” Custom-made display cases house numerous artifacts — muskets, uniforms, medical equipment. In the center of the main room a cannon, supply wagon and a life-like horse are part of a military scene. Admission: adult $7; senior (age 65 and over) $6.

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