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This is Kimmswick's largest celebration, drawing nearly 100,000 visitors. Experience small town ambiance; stroll streets lined with more than 500 food, drink and craft vendors; enjoy lots of live entertainment throughout town, including Bluegrass and dulcimer music.
For children, there is a miniature train, petting zoo and pony rides. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to help stir the abble butter and enjoy the ambiance at the pavilion.
Before dawn each day of the festival, the wood fire is lighted, the kettle is filled with apples and cooking and stirring continues for seven to eight hours until the fragrant spread is thick enough to be sealed in jars. Apple butter is for sale until the last jar is gone.
The streets are closed to vehicles. Visitors may park at the Windsor School and catch a bus into town. There is limited parking off of Route K.
The website gives all of the details.
Join us for the 12th Annual Belton Fall Festival, Sep. 11-12, 2015. Hours Friday are 5 p.m.-10 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. This family friendly event is located on historic Main Street.
Events include over 120 food, craft and other vendors; Chris Cakes pancake breakfast; inflatables; two stages with live music and entertainment; and much more. The event is free to the public.
You are invited to celebrate the old time music and the distinctive culture of the Ozark Highlands. This festival strives to acknowledge performers and the need to save these expressive traditions to maintain authenticity. The event is held downtown West Plains.
Music is performed on our main stage, featuring outstanding artists representing the musical traditions of the Ozarks. The second stage is designed to bridge the gap between the generations of musicians in an effort to keep the traditional music of the area alive and well through the interpretations of new performers.
Activities include: exhibits; mule jumping; singing; a cooking stage; blacksmiths; spinners and weavers; quilters; candle makers; traditional basket makers; jig dancers; fiddlers; banjos; string bands; pickers; et cetera. On the 'What's Cookin' Stage,' watch demonstrations of traditional Ozark cookin' with a dash of entertainment to boot.
Inside the air conditioned West Plains Civic Center, take part in workshops and jam sessions.
Activities include: craft booths; craft demonstrations; a quilt raffle; a chili and soup lunch; homemade apple pie and apple butter. Held at the Camden County Museum. For information call 573-346-7191.
Eve Fest is an alcohol-free celebration of the New Year. Held on 9th street, between Elm and Locust. We have music, art, ritual, festivities and a wide variety of entertainment and art. We hope you have a great time.
The Fest includes, among other activities:
Speciality foods throughout the evening.
4 p.m.: 5k Run/Walk
6:30 p.m.: Doors open for ticket purchases
7 p.m.: Entertainment begins at several downtown venues
Take a long look at our website for details, locations and schedules. Come out and have a great time with your family.
Jackson County Parks and Rec invite you to share the richness of our pioneer heritage at the annual Missouri Town 1855 Fall Festival. This antebellum village comes alive with the smell of wood fires and hot apple cider.
Vintage craftsmen will be demonstrating their 19th century skills, as children eagerly participate in the games and contests of yesteryear. Build up an appetite for some old-fashioned vittles while kicking up your heels to period music.
Join the fun...you won't want to miss Missouri Town's biggest event of the year!
The 2014 festival is held at the Historic Train Depot. We have produce, arts and crafts, baked goods, jams and jellies, homemade healthcare products, chocolate, and other seasional items.
There is entertainment by local musicians, dancing. Kiddos age 12 and younger can enjoy a bounce house, and enter a costume contest.
How's this for something different? We have a Grilled Cheese Cook-Off.
This renowned event features the National Fence Painting Contest; a frog-jumping contest; live entertainment; mud volleyball; and lots of other fun activities.
An annual tradition (60 years strong) in Hannibal, National Tom Sawyer Days draws visitors from all over the world who come to experience the history of Hannibal, through the eyes of author Mark Twain.
The League of Branson Theatre Owners and Show Producers (The Branson Show League) invites everyone to join us as we celebrate the live music show capital of the world and the people who made it all possible.
To all of those who’ve worked to keep the hospitality and rich traditions of Ozark Mountain Country and strive to make Branson, Missouri the “Live Music Show Capital of the World,” this is your night to shine with your fellow stars.
For those who've made Branson one of the top destinations in the country...thank you! Come join us for a night of fun.
Saturday, April 11, from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. at the Chateau On The Lake, you'll enjoy walking the red carpet with "Joan Rivers"; TV interviews; paparazzi; live band; hors d’oeuvres; silent auction; appearances from Branson favorites; cash beverage bar; fun and games including Branson-style karaoke; dance contest; and more.
General admission is $15, with an early-bird discount for those living and/or working in Taney and Stone counties.
Persimmon Days has been a tradition for decades. We have crafts, food, entertainment and activities for the kids.
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