|Founded in 1974
Yes, we're doing another calendar. It's been 4 years since
our last published calendar and we're as excited about it as we were about the ones created from 2006-2012. The 2016 calendar commemorates the O’Fallon Community Foundation’s reconstruction of Zumwalt’s fort. You’ll get the full story and pictures in this 13-month, full color calendar.
For those who would like to purchase more than 10 calendars, please drop us a email at firstname.lastname@example.org for discounts.
The O'Fallon Historical Society was organized in 1974 to preserve and protect O'Fallon's history for future generations. We meet four times a year at the Society's Log Cabin Museum in Civic Park on the first Monday of each quarter: March, June, September (on the 2nd Monday due to Labor Day), and December. The December meeting is the traditional Christmas dinner and program.
New members are always welcome! Whether you've recently moved to O'Fallon or have been a part of our community for many years, you will always be welcomed. Dues are only $10 per year for individuals and $15 per year for couples. You can mail your membership dues along with your name, address and phone number to The O'Fallon Historical Society, P. O. Box 424, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366.
Please take a moment to browse through our website for information
on our Museum, interesting photos and history on the City of O'Fallon.
Be sure to visit our Gift Shop and see how you can purchase a copy of O'Fallon: A Good Place to Live.
President: Jim Karll
Treasurer: Lewis Swinger
Vice President: Bruce Prinster
Secretary: Cheryl Hibbeler
The log cabin and museum is located in historic Civic Park. From Hwy 70, K & M exit, go North on M (Main Street) to left on Civic Park Dr.
O'Fallon celebrated its Sesquicentennial in 2006. To see a recap of the events held during that historic year,
visit our Sesquicentennial Page.
Did you know we have a sister city? O'Fallon, Illinois is also named for John O'Fallon.
Be sure to check out their website and learn about the "other" O'Fallon! www.ofallonhistory.com
If you're interested in reading some Old O'Fallon News Articles, please click here.