Located in Linn Creek at Lake of the Ozarks, Mo
Monday – Friday
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Please know that all our staff are volunteers.
If we happen to not be open during regular hours it is because a volunteer was not available.
Our museum is perfect for self guided tours.
We also offer group tours by appointment.
October 20th & 21st
Fall Festival /
Apple Butter Days
9:00am – 5:00pm
Camden County Museum in Linn Creek
Craft Booths, craft demonstrations. Quilt raffle, Chili supper, also apple butter
and apple pies available. Many crafters with a variety of items
Admission free. Chili and soup lunch available for donation.
For information or booth availability call 573-346-7191
November 3rd & 4th
“Arsenic and Old Lace”
by Joseph Kesselring
Mortimer Brewster is living a happy life: he has a steady job at a prominent New York newspaper, he’s just become engaged, and he gets to visit his sweet spinster aunts to announce the engagement. Mortimer always knew that his family had a bit of a mad gene.
Doors open at 5:30pm, Dinner at 6:00pm, Play at 7:00pm
$15 per person
Tickets are $15
Seating is limited and reservations suggested
Call 573-346-7191 ext 8 for reservations
CCHS Membership Meeting
October 23rd, 2017
Dr. Phillip Howerton, Phd
Poetry reading of his volume “The History of Tree Roots” This collection challenges the cliched representations of the Ozarks, explores the experiences of small farmers, and engages a number of universal themes.
Dinner at 5:30 – Speaker at 6:00
2017 Quilt Drawing
$1 per chance
or 6 for $5.
Drawing will be at
Apple Butter Days
Oct. 21st, 2017
Please contact the museum for tickets, or at any of our events.
2018 Re-Enactment of Monday’s Hollow
WITNESS THE BATTLE!
On June 9th & 10th, 2018, the Camden County Museum and Collins Artillery Battery B will co-host a Maximum Effort Re-enactment of the Battle of Monday’s Hollow (the only Civil War battle fought in Camden County). The event will take place on the Missouri Trapshooter Association grounds on A road in Linn Creek, Mo.
During the Civil War villages and towns gave financial “bounties” to their militias, usually in the form of salt peter and shot for ammunition. We are hoping that your business and others in the area will put up this bounty to help one of the participating cavalry, artillery or infantry units. Your donation of $10.00, together with bounties from other businesses, will be recognized by public notices at the event showing the business that sponsor each unit.
Maximum Effort Re-enactments will usually bring in 500-600 re-enactors from Missouri and surrounding states, and we are expecting thousands of spectators. We are seeking modest financial support from area business to help defray the expenses of the Re-enactors.
Re-enactors donate their travel expenses and their time in order to bring to the public authentic re-enactments of Civil War battles. One expense they need help with is the cost of ammunition.
If you agree to put up a bounty, we will place it in a special escrow account at Central Bank in Camdenton. Your $10.00 bounty will give you notice at the event site as a sponsor of a particular military unit, a very special poster (delivered in May of 2018) stating that your business is a proud sponsor of this event, and your business publicly thanked in a full page ad the day following the event.
We are a non-for-profit and not tax supported. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Valerie Thomas at 573-692-3350 with any questions.