Photos of Trivia Night for Sappington House…
…with master of ceremonies Johnny Rabbitt – November 8, 2019. A night of fun and challenge.
The first five galleries of photos below are by Sappington House Publicity Chair, Stephen Hanpeter.
The second group of galleries are from Angela Sebben of the St. Louis Classic Rock Preservation Society.
You can download images from this page of course. If you want a larger file size for printing or enlargement, email your request to Stephen at SCHS.firstname.lastname@example.org. 314-918-1617. Include the image numbers in your request. You will find the image number by mousing over it.
The Sappington House Foundation board sincerely thanks all the attendees of the Trivia Night, the contributors of auction items and the many volunteers. One group of volunteers was the Webster Groves High School History Club. They were the runners, servers and clean up crew. It was great meeting so many members of the community supporting the mission of Sappington House which is:
To preserve the past by inspiring generations to discover and appreciate their own and their community’s heritage.
Photos below, the first five galleries, are by Sappington House Foundation Publicity Chair, Stephen Hanpeter
Photos below by Angela Sebben of the St. Louis Classic Rock Preservation Society
See St. Louis Classic Rock Preservation Society on Facebook
Historic Sappington House – Some Background
The Sappington homes and farms spread over a large area of what is presently known as Sappington, MO. The Sappingtons came to the area shortly after the Louisiana Purchase and flourished in the new country. There are a number of Sappington houses still standing, but the Thomas Sappington house is the only one that is restored and open to the public as a museum on a regular basis.
It is located just at the edge of the area that the Sappington-Concord Historical Society officially covers, but considering the importance of the Sappingtons to the area and it being the namesake of the Society, it deserves active recognition and support by the Society and its members. Many people assume that the SCHS and the Sappington House are the same organization or are directly related, but they are not the same nor officially related. The Sappington House is owned by the City of Crestwood and is overseen by its own board. The Sappington-Concord Historical Society is not officially part of the Sappington House, just a namesake. The Sappington House is a jewel of restoration and history in our area and should be recognized for its importance in the history of the Sappington-Concord area.
The Thomas Sappington House informational links:
The Saga of Sappington House
The website for the house; Historic Sappington House
Information about the house; Crestwood Department of Parks and Recreation
A TV news feature on the house from 2008; KETC Living St Louis feature on 200th Anniversary of Sappington House
Grant’s Trail runs alongside the house: Grant’s Trail and Sappington House
Tourist information by visitmo.com for the house; Sappington House
The restaurant that is part of the Sappington House complex; The Barn Restaurant
See the Barn on Facebook for all of their latest info; The Barn Restaurant on FaceBook
Hours, location and contact info for the Sappington House, please see the relevant website above for most up to date info. Historic Sappington House
Hours, location and contact info for the Barn Restaurant, please see the relevant website for most up to date info.
Sappington House on night of “Crestwood, Nite of Lights” Friday, December 6, 2013. It was a cold night with a thin layer of snow and ice on the ground house lit and decorated for the holidays.
Sappington-Concord Historical Society…
…join us and we’ll make history together!
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