Today, St. Louis is part of the German Triangle, with Cincinnati and Milwaukee where the largest of amount of those with German Ancestry live. Over 50 million Americans claim German as their ethnic heritage still making it the largest ethnic culture in the U.S. today. Please join us as we celebrate our rich German Heritage
A Wunderbar Together Road Trip is heading to St. Louis in May 2019!
The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation announced its list of historic Places in Peril for 2018 at a press conference in Kansas City Friday. Incorporated in 1976, Missouri Preservation is… Read more Emmaus Homes →
Every fall as the leaves turn, and the weather softens, we begin to hear the sounds of a German band playing in the distance. The announcements of Oktoberfests spring from… Read more HISTORY,CULTURE,COMMUNITY →
We are overjoyed! Missouri Germans Consortium has learned, that after our posting about the St. Charles County Planning and Zoning Meeting scheduled for Feb. 21, 2018 on the University of Missouri property, that the request was withdrawn. Please continue to support the wonderful efforts for preservation of our German heritage by the Missouri Humanities Council, Katy Land Trust and Magnificent Missouri. Thanks everyone for your support! Danke!
The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation (Missouri Preservation) announced its 2017 list of historic Places in Peril on Friday evening, August 25, 2017 at a special “Unhappy Hour” event at… Read more Emmaus Home listed on Places in Peril →
It is with great sadness that Scott Ruffner’s family and friends share the news that Scott died unexpectedly