We are a unique hybrid, the only area history museum and art gallery of its kind.

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Jefferson Garth! 😀 David H. Hickman! 😮 Helen Guthrie MIller! 🤯

Come out and learn about the people behind the names you know so well. Join us this Memorial Day for History Comes Alive: brief historical monologues from some of Boone County’s most noted historical figures! #BooneHistory

Brought to you by The Friends of the Historic Columbia Cemetery , Boone County History & Culture Center and the Stephens College Theatre Department.
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14 hours ago  ·  

Get your tickets and plan on joining us on Monday, June 3rd for Missouri’s Queen of Roots – Aina Cook. Great music, refreshments available from Logboat Brewing Company & Boss Taco, and a beautiful night out in historic Nifong Park — what could be better?

boonehistory.org/events/missouris-queen-of-roots-aina-cook/

Presented by: Columbia Daily Tribune, City of Columbia- Office of Cultural Affairs, 102.3 BXR, and the Missouri Arts Council
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4 days ago  ·  

It only gets harder and harder to concentrate as the school year goes on…

Frank Thomas converses with Brian Casserilla during Mrs. Irvin’s Intensive Social Studies class… From the 1988 West Jr. High Saga… #BooneHistory
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1 week ago  ·  

Available to Rent

Maplewood

This splendid home was built in 1877 and is on the National Historic Register. It is a unique location for your next bridal shower or tea. It can host small groups of up 20 in its magnificent first floor.

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Montminy Art Gallery

The gallery is a very popular rental for luncheons, cocktail receptions, sales awards meetings and small wedding receptions. Its horse-shoe shaped 2600 sq. feet features art exhibits by the region's best artists.

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Veranda and Gazebo

The covered veranda and the large, adjacent gazebo provide a vista of beautiful and historic Nifong Park with the Maplewood House peeking through the trees. A popular location for happy hour receptions and wedding receptions.

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