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Here are a few fun things to do this week, right in your own backyard!

  By, Amanda Moser

Wednesday, April 24th

Kirksville High School Exhibit, Kirksville Arts Center

Come to the Kirksville Arts Center downtown to check out this gallery exhibit. It runs until April 30th, so if Wednesday isn’t your best day, you will still have a chance to visit the rest of the week. The artwork on display comes from art students at Kirksville High School. Stop by to see the work of a student you might know or a blossoming Van Gogh!

Saturday, April 27h

YMCA Healthy Kids Day, Adair County Family YMCA

Come out to the YMCA between 9 am to 1 pm on Saturday to check out their annual Healthy Kids Day. The event helps kick off a summer full of physical activity and family fun. There will be a 5K race in addition to all the fun and games. Be sure to contact the Y staff if you want more information about getting involved.

Saturday, April 27th

Spring Fever: A Kirksville Community Showcase, The Crossing Church

Think you know what makes Kirksville Missouri’s North Star? Come check out the very best of the Kirksville community at this Showcase, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce at the Crossing Church from 9 am to 4 pm. Vendors will be showcasing their goods, demonstrations will be taking place all day, and best of all- major door prizes will be given away to some lucky winners. Barbeque grills, iPads, Lawn Mowers- Oh My!

Sunday, April 28th

Walk MS, Stokes Stadium, Truman State University

MS is a disease that involves an immune system attack against the central nervous system and is thought to affect more than 2.1 million people worldwide. Walk MS seeks to be the rallying point of the MS movement- bringing the community together to raise funds and celebrate hope! This walk is free and registration begins at 1 pm on Sunday. People can register as individuals or a team and are encouraged to fundraise for the cause. Those who raise $125 will receive a Walk MS t-shirt. For more information, contact Vicky Wehner at vwehner@truman.edu.



For more information about these events or to include your event on the Chamber of Commerce Community Calendar, call 660-665-3766.

 

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