Tag Archives: St. Joseph

KC Chiefs in St. Joseph: A Different Type of Summer Camp

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There is a joke among my family and friends about being fans of the Kansas City Chiefs. We say that when we die, we want the Chiefs to serve as our pall bearers so that they can “let me down one more time.” That might sound dismissive, but in truth, it goes to the fierce loyalty we carry for our ... Read More »

Enjoy the Outdoors in St. Joseph

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St. Joseph offers some of the most unique outdoor opportunities in Northwest Missouri. The park system, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is comprised of approximately 1,500 acres with 26 miles of parkways and boulevards and 48 parks and related facilities. Early park planners not only left St. Joseph with our distinctive parkway system, but gave us the ... Read More »

History Heats Up Winter in St. Joseph

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While the weather in January and February in St. Joseph might keep many at home on a cold winter’s night, The Pony Express National Museum is preparing its 16th year of sponsoring Tuesday Night Talks. The program has become an incredibly popular and educational. Last year the museum had record-breaking numbers in attendance, and one Tuesday Talk drew 255 people. ... Read More »

Summer Fun in St. Joseph

There is so much to see and do in St. Joesph this summer, from NFL training camps to water parks on hot summer days, you are sure to find something the whole family with love

Visitors to St. Joseph find there is a lot to see and do, all at family friendly prices. Whatever your interests this summer, we’ve got you covered here. So, in no particular order, here are some of our visitor’s top-rated activities. Experience Real History in St. Joseph With 13 museums you can definitely find something interesting to do during the ... Read More »

Making Holiday Memories in St. Joseph

Many communities across Missouri offer excellent ways to usher in the holiday season, and St. Joseph is no exception. Events and activities in Northwest Missouri are guaranteed to cheer up even the stingiest Grinch! For instance, did you know one of the major outdoor holiday lights displays in Northwest Missouri is found in St. Joseph’s largest park, Krug Park? Beginning ... Read More »

Honoring Service on Veterans Day

What we now call Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day. Throughout Missouri, the United States, and the world, we take time on this date to remember and honor our military veterans, those who survived and those who didn’t, past and present. In 1926, the United States Congress passed a resolution requesting President Calvin Coolidge issue a proclamation calling ... Read More »

Celebrate Fall Along Missouri Highway 36

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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 ... Read More »

Lock-ups You’ll Love … To Visit

The Missouri State Penitentiary, Nevada’s historic Vernon County Jail, and the Glore Psychiatric Museum (or State Lunatic Asylum No. 2) once confined people deemed a danger to themselves or others. It is slightly ironic that the same facilities residents wanted to escape from are drawing crowds today. Yet these historic sites and museums have fascinating stories, interesting architecture, and contain ... Read More »

St. Joseph Ready for Chiefs Football

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It’s almost time, Chiefs fans! Training camp returns to St. Joseph and Missouri Western State University for a third year on July 27; camp concludes Aug. 16.  Afternoon and evening practices will be open to the public and players will sign autographs following each practice session. The Chiefs will host a night practice at Spratt Stadium at 7:15 p.m. on ... Read More »

Collect a Piece of St. Joseph History

If you’re coming to the St. Joseph area and plan to explore one of our fun, interactive and educational museums, be sure you get your hands on a piece of history, as the Museum Association of St. Joseph continues to promote its limited-edition Trading Cards. With these cards, which are available at several museum locations, you can learn about real ... Read More »