Hi Members and Friends:
The mission of the Kirkwood Historical Society is to discover, collect, study and preserve the history of Kirkwood and the surrounding areas. The society promotes educational programs, exhibitions and special events, and provides for the preservation of Mudd’s Grove Museum, the society’s headquarters. The Kirkwood Historical Society runs entirely on volunteer time and talent energy. It offers a great opportunity to preserve the rich heritage and community spirit that is Kirkwood, Missouri. It is a great way to meet and interact with a lot of wonderful people who value both the history of Kirkwood and Kirkwood in general. Here are a few ways you can help the Kirkwood Historical Society carry out its mission:
The Kirkwood Historical Society is located at Mudd’s Grove, 302 W. Argonne Drive, Kirkwood, MO 63122, caddy-corner to St. Peter’s Catholic Church. The house is open on Thursday and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Mudd’s Grove is closed to the public during the month of January. However, the Library is open from 1-4 for research purposes. Great training will be provided.
In addition to volunteering as a docent, you also have the opportunity to help by volunteering for the following once a year events:
– Annual Strawberry Festival held in June.
– Helping staff the society’s booth at the annual Kirkwood Greentree Festival held in September.
– Help decorate Mudd’s grove for the holiday season as well as helping with the annual Candlelight House Tour in December.
Ready to sign-up? Here’s how: Send an email to John F. Crowley at email@example.com. Or call 314-821-7785 or 314-764-0809. Please include your name, call back number and best time to return your call.
Please consider helping the Kirkwood Historical Society preserve the past for today and keep our history alive.