On Friday, 26 July 2013 at 7:00 p.m., you are invited to the opening of an exciting new exhibit called "The Osage in St. Charles," which takes a look back to the original residents of St. Charles, Missouri. Learn what became of the earliest residents and their history. Read the treaties and newspaper accounts and see photographs and beautiful handiwork of the Osage. Bring your friends and family for this unique and fascinating new exhibit. The event is free and takes place in the St. Charles County Historical Society Archives at 101 South Main Street in St. Charles.
Also, for those who are interested, on Saturday, 27 July 2013 at 12 noon is the next quarterly luncheon of the St. Charles County Historical Society, featuring a program on the Osage in St. Charles. Special guest speaker, Kathryn Red Corn, Director/Curator of the Osage Tribal Museum in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, will talk about the Osage Nation and its history. Ms. Red Corn is an internationally recognized historian on the Osage American Indians. Luncheon reservations, at $16 per person, are requested. The luncheon will be held at Stegton Regency Banquet Center, 1450 Wall Street, in St. Charles. Reservations can be made by calling the Archives at 636-946-9828 or send an e-mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The society accepts Mastercard, Visa and Discover.
The St. Charles County Historical Society Archives website is at <https://scchs.org>.