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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 you family.
This annual festival draws approximately 30,000 visitors from multiple states to see the town's long-established floral beauty. The festival includes, among many other activities: home tours; candlelight tour; a carnival; plant sales; fish fry; dog show; arts and crafts bazaar; one of the area's largest parades; an old-fashioned ice cream social; art show; piano concerts; carriage rides; a 5k race and one-mile walk.
Don’t miss the Texas Rangers Interactive Encampment and Living Exhibition.
Step-on tour guides are available, by reservation only, for bus and tour groups.
Be sure to visit our website for details, schedules and lodging options.
Note: The address shown is for the Charleston Chamber Commerce office.
The Annual Dogwood Festival is fun for the family, featuring, among other activities: crafts; pageants; food; entertainment; a parade; a golf tournament; a fish fry; and a carnival. Please visit the website for details, locations and schedules.
Events take place at a variety of locations around Camdenton, including schools, Camden County Museum, businesses, Camdenton Memorial Airport, and other sites.
Note: The address shown is for Camdenton High School.
Come out to AquaPalooza, the largest family friendly boating event at the Lake of the Ozarks. Marine Max and Sea Ray Boats invite all boaters to join them for a day on the water. Live music, prizes and activities to keep you having fun all day.
Join the fun on and in the water party at Dog Days Bar & Grill, at Mile Marker 19, just west of the Grand Glaize Bridge.
Capture 159 years of culture and tradition at Augusta's 9th Annual Harvest Festival, Sep. 19-20, 2014
The Harvest Festival kicks off with the concert and picnic in the vineyard beginning at 5:30pm. Guests will board a pumpkin wagon for a short ride down a country lane for the festivities. Port will be sampled in a 130-year-old vaulted cellar on the property. Gourmet picnic baskets containing a variety of cheeses, sausages, fruit, spreads, vegetables and dip, bread, jam and wine will be awaiting guests. Pick up your basket, settle down to your picnic and enjoy live music
The harvest celebration will continue with many activities throughout the day during “A Taste of Historic Augusta," including harvest specials at shops and restaurants, wineries, breweries and more. Top off the day at the "Wine Maker Social," a premier dinner event show casing the area's wine makers paired with an excellent menu.
The Harvest Festival will be a highlight event in "Historic Missouri Wine Country". Plan a wonderful weekend getaway! Overnight lodging is available.
Monitor our website for all the details as they unfold.
Come experience springtime in Augusta, Missouri and watch the rich colors burst forth in nature...and on canvas…at the 12th Annual Augusta Plein Air Art Festival, Thursday April 24 through Sunday May 4, 2014.
The rolling hills and woods of Augusta will be dotted with springtime's ‘splashes of color' and one of Mother Nature's most picturesque settings will again serve as the perfect canvas for artists from across the country. Come witness artists completing their pieces in the tradition of Plein Air (outdoors), capturing the nuances of natural light in their work. Last year, guests were treated to 100+ artists from throughout the Midwest.
Complete your Plein Air experience with the sights, sounds and tastes of Augusta's wineries, restaurants, shops and other local businesses.
Monitor our website for the details as they unfold. Please visit www.augustapleinair.com website to see lots of pictures, Facebook information, and more.
Celebrated since 1925, this festival offers, among other activities: carnival rides; games; exhibits; and a parade.
Special activities include: mud racing; volleyball tournaments; and a greased-pole climb.
Held at the Fair Grounds.
Join the fun as we celebrate our German heritage. Carnival rides; car show; concerts; talent show; concessions; washer and horseshoe games; softball tournaments. Held in Frisco Park
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; music; and pony rides.
While downtown visit antique and collectibles shops, boutiques and specialty stores.
Attend the Downtown Cotton Festival and Antique Tractor Show in Sikeston and celebrate the region's agricultural heritage.
Farm tractors dating from 1939 will be on display. Festivities include, among other events: a kids pedal tractor race; crafts; concessions; music; kids games; Halloween dog costume contest; and a fall plant sale.
While in downtown Sikeston tour our historic home district, and shop our galleries, boutiques and shops. Historic Home Walking/Driving Tour Brochures available upon request.
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