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Preserving Family Treasures
The initial meeting of the newly-created Frenchtown Craft Guild will meet for a presentation on preserving and storing family heirlooms, such as photographs, textiles, and documents.
The event is free to the public and guests are asked to bring a few treasures of their own to discuss and share. This event may not be suitable for small children, but families are welcome.
The Frenchtown Craft Guild will meet monthly. The goal of the group is to foster community in the Frenchtown and St. Charles area, while allowing members to broaden their knowledge on a variety of topics. Memberships is free and we hope many will join. Upcoming events include a presentation on Tea and Etiquette, gardening class, and more. We welcome suggestions for presentations.
Contact the Frenchtown Heritage Museum for more information.
More About Frenchtown Heritage Museum
The Frenchtown Heritage Museum is a research facility for St. Charles history and memorabilia. Located in the Frenchtown district, the museum is housed in a restored fire station built in 1880. A garden and pathway leads to a restored Santa Fe railroad caboose. Opened in 2003 the focus of the Museum is to make available the history of the area to future generations.