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This festival celebrates Route 66 and the city where Route 66 was named. We have a classic-car show; food vendors; a special area for kids; live entertainment; and other activities. Held at Park Central Square.
Also, visit the lively businesses along Route 66.
Proceeds benefit the restoration of the Route 66 Roadside Park.
Experience Clarksville from an artist's point of view, as artists converge on the downtown area to "paint the town." Whether they choose sunflowers, historic architecture or the river, artists may set up their easels and paint on Saturday. Judging Sunday at 3 p.m.
There is a special area for children to create their own masterpieces. Visitors are welcome to observe, enjoy and perhaps take home one of the paintings for sale.
Artists wishing to participate should check the website for information and registration.
Spend rodeo Saturday in downtown Sikeston at the Cowboy Up! Arts Festival. The fun begins with the Rodeo Parade, followed by a day of rodeo excitement.
Events and exhibits take place at the Sikeston Depot Museum and Art Gallery, and next door in Legion Square. Meet the rodeo clowns; enjoy cowboy and western arts and crafts; concessions; and pony rides. Live music by Anna Catherine DeHart, Kennedy Frohawk, and The Baker Family.
While downtown, visit antique and collectibles shops, boutiques and specialty stores.
Downtown presents the second-annual "Sunday Funday." In the 200 Block of High Street (J. Pfenny's block), the street will be closed and there will be live music, beverages and activities for kids too.
From this fun zone, you will be able to watch the state championship bike race that is happening that day -- the cyclists will come down the 100 block of High Street and turn left onto Madison. The Missouri State Criterium will bring top level cyclists from around the state (including Mid-Missouri) together for a state championship bike race. The course is fast .85 mil loop around the State Capitol and through downtown Jefferson City.
“Sunday Funday” runs from noon to 4 p.m.; the races began at 9 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.
Looking for some end of summer fun? You won’t want to miss the event held in downtown Wentzville on West Allen, Linn and Main streets.
The festival features live musical entertainment; street performances and demonstrations; crafts; games and food booths; and more.
All ages are welcome to participate in the 1-mile and 10k races which begin at the Margaret Harwell Art Museum. Also, festival-goers can enjoy artists' booths, live entertainment, food, and free children's activities on the museum grounds.
The 23rd Annual Capital Jazzfest and Capital Street Art Fair is a FREE festival that takes place Saturday, September 6, 2014 at the corner of Madison and High Streets in downtown Jefferson City.
The music consists of five performances, covering straight-ahead jazz to Dixieland to funk-fusion to blues, and starts at 1:30 pm.
The Capital Street Art Fair consists of a chalk art competition, ranging from amateur to professional levels, all drawn on the asphalt of the street. The chalk art starts at 12:30.
Again, all of it is FREE and open to the public.
Arrow Rock hosts one of Missouri's oldest and most popular heritage festivals featuring traditional and modern hand-crafted items, historic reenactments, living history presenters, entertainment and food.
You will see booths featuring weaving, spinning, needlework, rug hooking, bobbin lace, gunsmithing, blacksmithing, soap making, rope making, pottery, woodworking, printing and medical exhibits.
Note: Address is for Friends of Arrow Rock office. The festival takes place throughout the Village of Arrow Rock.
Something for everyone - music, carnival rides, more than 100 craft and art booths, a Saturday parade, good eats, games and fun for the whole family! Event will take place at English Landing Park.
A fun filled weekend of music and fun activities. Friday evening begins with "Pickin on the square," so take your acoustic instruments and join the fun.
A large parade (at 86 years, this is the longest continuing parade in Missouri) kicks off the festivities on Saturday, followed by a full day of music, food, and dancing.
Vendors set-up around the town square to display their crafts. A small train is available for the children and a horse drawn carriage gives rides as well. There is something for everyone.
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