St. Charles County Historical Society
Old Market House
101 South Main Street
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
(636) 946-9828
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Annual Hands-On Computer Genealogy Workshop
Saturday, March 10
Annual Hands-On Computer Genealogy Workshop  (Workshop)
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
St. Charles Community College,Technology Building, Room TECH 101

 Click HERE to see the SCC campus map, then click on a STAR to see name of a building.

"what RESOURCES EXIST TO HELP WITH MY RESEARCH?"

 A Hands-On Workshop

Four Sessions Presented by Representatives from the St. Charles City-County Library District, the St. Louis County Library History & Genealogy Department, and others.

 

Session 1Overview of the services and resources available via the St. Charles City-County Library District.

Session 2How to use the St. Louis County Library website for genealogical researce

Session 3:  Local DAR and SAR representatives will explain some of the resources they use most often.

Session 4What are the differences between Ancestry.com and Familysearch.org.  What both services can offer will be discussed..

Sponsored by 
St. Charles County Historical Society
and
St. Charles Community College
Continuing Education Department

 

SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 SO REGISTER EARLY

Price is

$25 for SCCHS members, and SCC Student/Staff/Faculty

$30 for all others

Click HERE to download flyer and registration form.

Click "Learn More" button on right for registration formation.



March 2018 Focus on Genealogy Presentation
Tuesday, March 13
March 2018 Focus on Genealogy Presentation  (Focus on Genealogy)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Kathryn Linnemann Library, 2323 Elm Street, Saint Charles, MO
RESCHEDULED FROM NOVEMBER 2017
"German Emigration and Immigration" - What was the process your ancestor went through to leave Germany?
 
Presented by: Kathy Wurth, owner of Family Tree Tours.
 

Free and open to the public.
Reservations Required.

Call 636-723-0232 or go to www.youranswerplace.org for reservations.
 
Presented by the St. Charles County Historical Society and the St. Charles City-County Library District
 
Click HERE to download flyer.


Saturday, March 24
2018 Trivia Night  (Trivia Night)
7:00 pm
St. Peters Catholic Church Parish Center
 
Join us for our Annual Trivia Night!
This year we’ll have all new questions to test your knowledge!
Trivia questions from many different categories...not just history!
Cash prizes for the top three tables.
Plus:
  • Free Beer and Soda
  • Attendance Prizes
  • 50/50 Raffle Drawing
  • Mulligans for purchase
  • Silent Auction
Food is a fun part of a trivia night.   But, if you don't want to worry about what to bring or if you don't bring enough, consider ordering your food once you arrive that night.  Once you get to Trivia Night, you can call and place your  order with PICKLEMAN'S GOURMET CAFE and they will deliver to your table.   The menu will be on your table that night.
 
LOCATION:
     St. Peters Catholic Church Parish Center 3rd and 1st Capitol Drive St. Charles
     Doors open at 6:30pm Trivia begins at 7:00pm
 
COST:
     $160 per table of 8 or $20 per person
     (Early bird pricing is $140 per table of 8 if you register by February 24th)
    
To register an individual(s) or to reserve a table, please call, visit, or mail in the ATTACHED FORM to:

St. Charles County Historical Society
101 S. Main Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
Or CLICK HERE to order online.
If you have questions call 636-946-9828 or e-mail us at contact@scchs.org.



May 2018 Focus on Genealogy Presentation
Tuesday, May 1
May 2018 Focus on Genealogy Presentation  (Focus on Genealogy)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Kathryn Linnemann Library, 2323 Elm Street, Saint Charles, MO
"Authenticating Your Family Stories: How Local Newspapers Give Your Family Story a Second Life."
 
Presented by: Greg Hilton.
 
Free and open to the public.
Reservations Required.
Call 636-723-0232 or go to www.youranswerplace.org for reservations.
 
Presented by the St. Charles County Historical Society and the St. Charles City-County Library District