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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.
Big Muddy Folk Festival is a two day, nationally known, folk festival focusing on traditional, ethnic and folk music. The Festival features concerts, workshops, demonstrations, jam sessions, contra dance, master classes, and barbeque.
Powell Gardens' signature festival returns for its 18th year! The festival runs two weekends only: August 1-3 and 8-10.
See hundreds of colorful, free-flying butterflies in the indoor conservatory. Learn more about monarchs and what you can do to protect them and other native species in our two outdoor butterfly breezeways. There will be many kids’ activities, including storytelling, parades and much more. Learn more at powellgardens.org/butterfly.
Festival admission applies: $12/adults, $10/seniors, $5/children ages 5-12. Learn more at powellgardens.org/butterfly.
This event will be held on August 1-3 and August 8-10 ONLY.
The French Heritage Festival celebrates the 300 years of French culture in America from Quebec to New Orleans and recognizes the greatest concentration of French Colonial architecture in North America that exists in Ste. Genevieve.
There will be music, dance, French cuisine and other refreshments, wine and beer tent, reenactments, promenades (parades), and French Colonial architecture tours. The event takes place in the Historic District; the address shown is for the Ste. Genevieve Welcome Center.
Featuring over 100 arts and crafts booths, plus hands-on exhibits and special attractions, Ste. Genevieve’s annual Jour de Fete celebration is the premier arts and crafts fair in the Midwest and a weekend you don’t want to miss.
As the first European settlement in Missouri, Ste. Genevieve has long been home to talented artisans and craftsmen and its French Colonial atmosphere provides a perfect setting for this annual event in the Historic District downtown. Address shown is Ste. Genevieve Welcome Center.
Step back into the past during this event and experience lost skills, arts and crafts of the Ozarks at Montauk State Park.
The celebration will include mill tours, old time music, dance, crafts, arts of the Ozarks, soap making and sheep shearing, and you can witness blacksmiths as they make steel that will be transformed into a gun barrel, a knife or horse shoes. See a real whiskey still, an Ozark quilting bee, and try your hand at using a cross cut saw. These are a few of the skills from the past waiting for you.
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