St. Charles County Historical Society
Old Market House
101 South Main Street
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
(636) 946-9828
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Saturday, April 15
Annual Family History Workshop  (Workshop)
8:30 pm to 4:00 pm
St. Charles Community College 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. Cottleville, MO 63376
Join us for our
"Doing Your German Research"
taught by
Baerbel Johnson
Presented by:
St. Charles County Historical Society
In cooperation with:   
St. Charles Community College
Saturday, April 15, 2023
at the
St. Charles Community College
   4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
Cottleville, MO 63376  
Social Sciences Building Auditorium 1st Floor
Click HERE to see the SCC campus map
(then click on a STAR to see name of a building)

This will be an IN PERSON event, but the presenter will conduct the workshop REMOTELY VIA ZOOM. 

Price is

$30 for SCCHS members, and SCC Student/Staff/Faculty

$35 for all others

Optional Box Lunch $11.00

You can request a flash drive (when you register) with the handouts on it or you can print off your handouts.  On the Monday before the workshop, the handouts will be available on our under the RESEARCH tab on the left side of the page for you to print off.              


1. Mail completed REGISTRATION FORM with check to:
  • St. Charles County Historical Society
  • 101 South Main Street
  • St. Charles, MO 63301
  • Attn: Family History Workshop
2. Email completed REGISTRATION FORM with check to: (with Computer Workshop as subject)
3. Call:  636-946-9828
4. Online:
  • SCCHS Member (must be logged in) - CLICK HERE
  • SCC Student/Staff/Faculty - sorry, not available for online registration
  • All Others - CLICK HERE

Saturday, April 22
April Quarterly Luncheon  (Quarterly Luncheon & Speaker)
12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
All Occasion Banquet Center, 111 Compass Point Drive St. Charles, MO, 63301

111 Compass Point Drive St. Charles, MO, 63301


Doors open at 11:30.  Program starts at noon.

"DNA - How It Is Used To Solve Crimes"

Join us for an exciting program on DNA and how it is used to solve crimes. Dan Fahnestock, Investigator with the St. Charles County Crime Lab, will provide a comprehensive overview of how DNA is used in criminal investigations, including its' collection, analysis and interpretation.  Dan will also discuss some high profile cases that have been solved using advances in DNA sequencing technology over the past few decades, leading to both convictions and exonerations for many crimes.

Presented by Dan Fahnestock, St. Charles County Crime Lab
The program and luncheon are $23 and require advance reservations. 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Membership is not required.
Friends and family members are welcome.
Please submit reservations with payment by Wednesday, April 19, 2023
Phone 636-946-9828, email or online by clicking