Tag Archives: festivals and events

Fall in Love with Jefferson City

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Summer has officially ended, but you can still enjoy the outdoors! Fall is the perfect time to break out the sweaters, grab a group of friends or family and venture to Jefferson City for an unforgettable time. Whether cozying up for a hayride, carving pumpkins, admiring fall foliage, or looking for a festival to attend, Missouri’s capital has something for …

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Missouri Artists Unleash the Power of Steampunk

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High adventure in imaginary worlds of gaslight and gears: welcome to steampunk! This Victorian-flavored blend of science fiction and history is inspiring visual and performing artists, filmmakers, and writers all around our state. Missouri even has a new all-steampunk festival on Labor Day Weeken, the Big River Steampunk Festival in the 19th-century streets of downtown Hannibal. We talk with artists …

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Follow the Music to Saint Charles this Summer

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“Les Petites Cotes” are alive with the sound of music! Saint Charles is a vibrant community anytime of the year, but the summer months bring festivals and music nearly every day of the week. From big (jazz) band concerts in Frontier Park to Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers at concerts on Beale in the Streets of St. Charles to coffee …

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Enjoy Live Music and BBQ at Round Barn Blues

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When my husband and I attend Round Barn Blues I think his favorite part is the amazing music while my favorite part is sitting under the trees on the lawn beside the famous Round Barn eating barbeque beef sandwiches. If you love live Blues music you will not want to miss the Round Barn Blues on September 20th  in Kirksville. For one …

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Marian Days in Carthage is a Sight to See

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Marian Days brings an opportunity to share culture, faith and prosperity with thousands who pilgrimage to Carthage. Each year the community expands from a population of 14,500 to an estimated crowd of 60-80,000 new residents in the first weeks of August. Hotels become hubs of activity, neighboring lawns fill with campers and residents enjoy the sights and sounds of the festival atmosphere. What …

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Scare Up Halloween Fun in Missouri

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October is the month for festivals, fall weather and frights. There is no shortage of Halloween fun in Missouri, including haunted houses, terrifying tours and spooky sites to visit and have a good scare with family and friends Northeast Missouri Scares Visitors to Lemp Mansion in St. Louis expect a great meal at the restaurant, a lively theatre performance, and …

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