Tag Archives: fall

Not Quite Yet!

My calendar declares the season changed from summer to fall. While my thoughts begin to turn to warm soups, Halloween costumes and trying to remember a jacket, I’m not ready to give up on fresh tomatoes and homegrown zucchini – not just yet. Farmers across the state are still reaping vine-ripened treasures in their fields and gardens, and there is …

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Fall Concert Series Returns to Wildwood Springs Lodge

While the folks come to hear the music at the fall concert series at Wildwood Springs Lodge in Steelville, the star of the show is the rambling lodge itself. The lodge sits in a grove of tall oaks on a bluff overlooking the lovely Meramec River Valley. It was built during the Roarin’ 20s as a playground for rich St. …

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Celebrate Fall Along Missouri Highway 36

Cool fall days are just around the corner. I hope you are getting ready to celebrate those by traveling through Northern Missouri! What? Not sure what to do? We have an eclectic mix of activities along Missouri’s Highway 36 sure to hold your interest through the next couple of months. Dozens of outstanding Americans were inspired in Missouri, and it …

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Fall Fun Abounds in Springfield

When it comes to fall festivals, Springfield is one fantastic place to visit. Around the area, you find car shows, cultural celebrations, food tastings, a multi-day fitness festival and more lined up for 2012 fall season. Need proof? Here’s some of what’s in store for August, September and October. Aug. 11 – 2nd Annual Birthplace of Route 66 Festival & …

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Columbia Offers Tastes for the Season

With the leaves changing and students returning, autumn is an amazing time to be in Columbia. In addition to festivals and football, Columbia offers a variety of ways to enjoy the harvest season whether you want to eat it up or drink it down. A great place to start is the Columbia Farmers Market. Providing mid-Missouri with fresh, local products …

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