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The Warrenton Downtown Association's 26th annual Hometown Christmas event will be Friday, December 5 from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. in downtown Warrenton!
Come visit us at City Hall during those hours and register for our FREE RAFFLE! We are giving away over 100 prizes including a Playstation 4, Xbox Ones, iPads, iPods, kids’ tablets, kid's scooters, laptops, tickets to a St. Louis Blues Game, and much, much more!
Inside City Hall we will also be having kids’ crafts, free family photos, and free hot chocolate and cookies. Santa's Reindeer will be back on the front lawn this year, so bring your camera!
The opening ceremony and tree lighting start at 5:45 p.m., with a parade immediately following. There will also be a chili cook-off at Brewskies from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., free carriage rides from PNC Bank, and Santa at Brenda Sues.
For more information on all the other wonderful details of this event, contact the Warrenton Downtown Association. For more information on the events City Hall is participating in, call us at 636-456-3535.
Our charming 1860s farmhouse is located right in the middle of Missouri Wine Country. We are in the hillside farming community of Concord Hill, population 40, just 1.3 miles from the Katy Trail and about 3 miles west of Marthasville.
The inn has been completely updated with modern heating, cooling and plumbing and has three large guestrooms, each with private bath, plus a loft that can sleep up to six.
We serve a full hot breakfast we call “George’s Big Country Breakfast” and can accommodate any special diets; just let us know in advance. Delicious dinners are available with prior arrangement.
Enjoy the rocking chairs on our wraparound porch, relax in the outdoor hot-tub with stunning views of sunsets to the west, or hang out in the wine cellar reminiscent of an old time speak easy; in winter months you can get cozy in front of the fire place in the great room. Plus you might be entertained by George and his friends with an impromptu acoustic bluegrass jam session.
Concord Hill Bed and Breakfast has a relaxed atmosphere, sort of like going to your family’s old farm house; a perfect getaway for family reunions, bicyclists, winery hoppers and girls night out, as well as a quiet intimate retreat for couples or singles. We are open all year-round and children are welcome. We are dog lovers so well-behaved housebroken dogs are welcome with prior notice. We hope to see you soon at our lovely relaxed getaway in the middle of Missouri Wine Country!
The village is comprised of the Bryan log cabin, built in the 1799; the Dickhaus-Stemme home, built in the 1860s; the Mellien log cabin; and the 1850s Devereaux schoolhouse.
Call for information about tours, school field trips, dinner programs, living history demonstrations, workshops, encampments , and other events.
Two 600 square foot one-room cabins: each with queen bed, two-person jetted tub, wood-burning fireplace (wood provided) and a porch for admiring the natural beauty. The setting is a beautiful tree-covered hill with a meandering creek in the woods. Full hot breakfast is delivered to your cabin.
We are situated in Missouri wine country (in St. Charles County on Route 94), one hour west of St. Louis; five miles east of Marthasville on Route D. We offer a free shuttle to the Katy Trail, which is five miles away.
One-room, furnished, heated and cooled log cabins that sleep four; one full-size bed and one set of bunk beds (bed linens not provided). Deluxe cabins include bedding.
Cabins include a covered porch with a swing, a picnic table, fire ring, grill, yard area and a parking space. Cabins are a short distance from the bath facilities.
Level, big-rig friendly, pull-thru sites with full hook-ups. Free, no-license-required fishing.
Amenities include: showers; paddleboats; video rental; horseshoe pits; croquet; sand volleyball; badminton; a camp store; propane; and a lake.
Located one mile from I-70. Enjoy the climate-controlled outdoor pool and family pavilion. Camping cabins are available.
Katy Trail State Park is the longest rails-to-trails conversion in the U.S. The flat, 237.7-mile trail is open for hiking, running, walking, and bicycling through Missouri countryside.
Many wineries, restaurants, bed and breakfast inns, motels, campgrounds and shopping opportunities are located along its length. More than half of the eastern section of the trail follows the Missouri River; after leaving the river, the trail meanders through peaceful farmland and small-town Missouri.
Horseback riding is allowed on the 34.7-mile section between Calhoun and the Sedalia Fairgrounds; also on the 15.3-mile stretch between Tebbetts and Portland.
Motorized vehicles and equipment are prohibited. Electrically assisted, pedal-powered bicycles/tricycles (maximum speed of 20 mph), as well as electrically powered mobility devices for persons with disabilities, such as motorized wheelchairs and scooters, are allowed. No hunting or firearms allowed.
(The map shown on this listing is the location of the Jefferson City trailhead only.)
Main trailheads, listed from west to east:
*Clinton *Calhoun *Windsor *Green Ridge *Sedalia *Clifton City *Pilot Grove *Boonville *New Franklin *Rocheport *McBaine *Hartsburg *North Jefferson City *Tebbetts *Mokane *Portland *McKittrick *Treloar *Marthasville *Dutzow *Augusta *Matson *Weldon Springs *Green Bottom *St. Charles *Machens
Lost Creek Vineyard is a quaint winery with a wrap-around porch presenting stunning views from every seat. In addition to wine selection, our tasting room offers beer, soft drinks and snack items for purchase. Coolers and baskets are welcome for food items only; all beverages must be purchased on site.
Find us off of Route 94, ten beautiful country miles east of Hermann; one-third of a mile from the Katy Trail. Visit our website for details, photos and music schedules. Lost Creek Vineyard is a superb spot for weddings and other private events.
Come and enjoy.
This shop is located in 100-year-old barn and on land farmed since 1860. Authentic antique and vintage furniture from primitives to Victorian in walnut, pine, oak; unique and beautiful glassware to compliment any home; quilts and linens.
The surrounding location features grain fields and vineyards of nearby Augusta. Also visible in March/April/May are thousands of daffodils and iris; the driveway, located one-quarter-mile off the highway, is picturesque introduction to the farm.
One two-bedroom suite; one loft suite; and one main floor guestroom. Private baths. In-ground pool (May-September) and a hot tub.
A full kitchen is available with prior notice.
We are less than an hour west of St. Louis; one mile off of I-70; 15 minutes from the Katy Trail, and 12-25 minutes from wineries. A restaurant and pubs are two blocks from the Inn. Smoking on the deck only. No children.
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