Tag Archives: Waynesville

Everyone Should Come to Missouri for Old Settlers Days

Wayne Issleb as General U.S. Grant

Old Settlers Day 2016 in Waynesville, Missouri, is shaping up to be the most exciting family friendly festival in Central Missouri. The 36-year-old event is returning to its roots; activities are scheduled for both Saturday and Sunday, July 30-31, allowing festivalgoers to immerse themselves in a weekend of living history. One of the most anticipated additions to the schedule of …

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Mobile? Pulaski County has an app for that!

The evolution of the mobile device is causing a revolution for people who want to have everything literally in the palm of their hands. So, if you are one of those people and if you are traveling to Pulaski County, Home of Ft. Leonard Wood, we have the solution. Pulaski County Tourism Bureau is very excited to introduce our app …

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Hello, Halloween!

How exciting! It’s not every day you get the opportunity to be a guest blogger representing Central Missouri on this delicious Missouri travel blog. Fresh off a frightful tour at the MO State Penitentiary in Jefferson City last week, I think I’ll stick to the season and talk about scary events planned for Halloween in Pulaski County, located in Central …

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Pulaski County Welcomes 2011!

Take a relaxing float trip in Pulaski County.

Pulaski County is excited for the New Year to begin!  2011 brings fantastic things to do throughout the year. 2011 marks the 150th Anniversary of the start of the Civil War.  Throughout the state, families and school groups will venture out to learn about this important time of our nation’s history. We, in Pulaski County, are proud of our own …

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