Upcoming Events

  • Black Business Summit
    Thu, Jan 27
    Bartlett Center
    Come hear local Black Entrepreneur history, current business struggles and successes, get connected to local resources to start or improve your business, and enjoy area food trucks for dinner and a chance to network.
  • Seed Starting
    Thu, Jan 27
    Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    Come start your 2022 garden with a winter seed starting event. Hosted by one of Northwest Missouri's own Master Gardener and Master Naturalist David Laderoute.
  • Super Science Saturday
    Sat, Jan 29
    Remington/ Agenstein Hall MWSU
    Open to science lovers of all ages! Come explore hands on experiments and activities around Chemistry - Physics - Math - Computers - Weather - Nursing - Reptiles - Amphibians
  • American Girl® Doll Club
    Sun, Feb 13
    St Joseph Museum Inc. Complex
    This month we will learn about Addy and the Civil War era.
  • Bridal Bash
    Sat, Feb 19
    Saint Joseph
    Join us for the first annual Bridal Bash at the Wyeth-Tootle Mansion. Showcase where local companies and area brides can connect for those special day details. Free registration for brides. Low vendor booth fee of $50.
  • Black Archives Museum Hall of Fame Induction
    Thu, Feb 24
    St. Joseph Museums, Inc. Complex
    The public is cordially invited to the 2022 Black Archives Hall of Fame Induction on February 24, 2022. This year’s recipients are Ecy Bullock and James Dodd.
  • Imagineer Club
    Sun, Mar 13
    Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    This month we will be having a painting party. Discover some basic art elements, explore color theory and mixing, and how the Mansion got it’s painted ceilings.
  • Spend The Night at the Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    Fri, Mar 25
    Saint Joseph
    Ever wonder what spirits still reside in an 1879 mansion? Would you like to be the first to spend the night in this historic home since the 1940's? Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!
  • Psychology Social Hour
    Thu, Mar 31
    Zoom or Facebook
    Poems from the Asylum. Anthology of harrowing and insightful poems written in 1932 by Martha “Hattie” Hedwig Nasch, patient-inmate #20864 at Minnesota’s St. Peter State Hospital for the Insane.
  • American Girl® Doll Club
    Sun, Apr 10
    St Joseph Museum Inc. Complex
    This month we will cover Kaya. Learn about her Nez Perce culture and help us plant some squash, beans, and corn at the museum.
  • Imagineer Club
    Sun, Jul 10
    St Joseph Museum Inc. Complex
    Join us this month as we explore famous world architecture.