The Friends of Arrow Rock owns and maintains 13 historic buildings, a responsibility it takes very seriously. With our careful maintenance and meticulous preservation, these buildings will continue to tell the story of Arrow Rock for generations to come.
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Arrow Rock grandmothers (and grandmothers-to-be) have asked us to include some Arrow Rock baby items in our museum shop, and we are happy to oblige! Plus, we've got in some fabulous new cheese and bread boards made from Missouri wood, and some fashionable finds for the upcoming solar eclipse!
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View on Facebook We're celebrating Women's History Month with a special walking tour tomorrow at 2 p.m. (Everyone keep their fingers crossed that the rain has moved on by then!) Join us for "A Mile In Her Shoes" and learn about the amazing women who shaped Arrow Rock history in the 19th and 20th century. Learn more: http://friendsofarrowrock.org/walkamile Who were the visionaries responsible for sparking Arrow Rock’s preservation movement? Can you name the Hollywood legend who ran a music camp in this village? Which Arrow Rock woman flexed powerful political muscle? Put on your walking shoes and come with us as we track down the answers to these ques... friendsofarrowrock.org
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View Link As work winds down for the major preservation project we have underway at the Odd Fellows Lodge, and Sites House and Gun Shop, the outstanding crew from Pishny Restoration Services are wrapping up the final details. Site Supervisor Doug Scales took this rare opportunity to pose with the gun that sits atop the Sites Gun Shop before he reinstalled it this morning.
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