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Step into the past at Montauk State Park and experience lost skills, arts and crafts of the Ozarks.
The celebration includes tours of the old mill; old time music; dances; crafts; arts of the Ozarks; soap making; sheep shearing; and other skills.
Watch blacksmiths make steel that will be transforme into a gun barrel, a knife and 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.
Don’t miss the 14th Annual Old Tyme Country Festival at Markham Springs Recreation Area. Enjoy the crafters; food; antique cars; water slide; bounce house; rail splitting; children’s games; and old time photos.
Camping and shuttle hayrides are available. Visit the Ellsinore Pioneer Museum and the rock house by the mill pond.
Live music all day:
Event takes place at Markham Springs Recreation Area, Mark Twain National Forest, located three miles west of Williamsville, MO on Route 49.
The Brookside Art Annual is celebrating its 29th year on May 2, 3 and 4, 2014. Located in an eclectic neighborhood in the center of Kansas City, Brookside is just minutes from downtown, the Plaza and the southern suburbs. This is the first art show of the year and draws over 70,000 people from the entire region. The focus of the show is on ART!
This community loves art shows and it consistently ranks in the top 25 shows according to Art Source. Art Source says "This is a very pleasant, national caliber event attracting an affluent, enthusiastic and knowledgeable clientele.”
The show has children's activities on Saturday and Sunday and light music in the evenings. Food booths are operated by local restaurants.
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.
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. The greatest concentration of French Colonial architecture in North America exists in Ste. Genevieve.
There is 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.
Join us for the 6th Annual Butterfly Festival at the Botanical Center and Gardens in Nathanael Greene Park in Springfield. Our celebration of butterflies includes workshops, hands-on activities, a caterpillar petting zoo, artists and butterfly plant vendors! The event is great for all ages and is free to the public.
For more information, contact the Botanical Center at 891-1515.
Visit the oldest house in Springfield along with a 2-crib barn, kitchen, granary and now 1-room school house! Wool spinning, apple butter making, leather works, wood working, games, contests, dancing and more! The Gray-Campbell House is located in Nathanael Greene Park on South Scenic.
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.
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