COLLECT. PRESERVE. PRESENT.

The leadership and staff of the St. Charles History Museum thank you, our members, for your continued support of our mission to preserve, protect and present St. Charles’ rich history.

 
 

General Membership Levels

 Anderson family in front of their frame house at 91 E. Second Street, (now 304 S. Second Avenue) that Anna Stina bought in 1902. c. 1909. 

Anderson family in front of their frame house at 91 E. Second Street, (now 304 S. Second Avenue) that Anna Stina bought in 1902. c. 1909. 

Family-$50

Includes basic membership benefits for two adults and two children or grandchildren under the age of 18, plus access to Museum and member activities as well as online Members Only archive. $5 for each additional child.

 
 Margaret & William Langell at Pottawatomie Park. c. 1917.

Margaret & William Langell at Pottawatomie Park. c. 1917.

Adult Plus-$45

Includes basic membership benefits for one adult and a guest to all Museum and member activities, plus access to online Members Only archive.

 
 From the early 1900s to just before the Great Depression, St. Charles residents took part in an event called the St. Charles Day Parade, c.1910s.

From the early 1900s to just before the Great Depression, St. Charles residents
took part in an event called the St. Charles Day Parade, c.1910s.

Adult- $30

Includes basic membership benefits for one adult, plus access to online Members
Only
archive.