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Debi Boughton of the Kirksville Tourism Dept. shares insights on Kirksville
Mark Your Calendar: Aug 29- Sept. 3
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Debi and Dustin of the Kirksville Tourism Department share insights on Kirksville's best treasures and offer suggestions about what to do, where to go, and how to play in your own backyard.
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Mark Your Calendar Aug. 29-Sept. 3

Friday, August 30th

Don’t miss the last Summer on the Square concert of the year  at 7pm on the court house lawn.  Truman Steel, a steel drums group will perform.  The Summer on the Square concerts are sponsored by the Kirksville Arts Association.  Call 660-665-0500.  Rain place is WrongDaddys, 301 W. McPherson. 

Saturday, August 31st

The 3rd annual Harvest Fest will be held at Jacob’s Winery.  Games begin at 3 pm.  Including Grape stomp, cork toss and bottling competition and an “I Love Lucy” look alike contest.  Celtic music from the band Exorna will begin at 7 pm.  For more information call 660-627-2424.

Saturday, August 31st

How much do you know about Missouri’s State Parks?  Play state park jeopardy.  Game begins at 7pm at Campground 1 Amphitheater at Thousand Hills State Park.  Team up and compete for prizes and test your knowledge of Missouri state parks and the amazing things they have to offer. For more information call Emily Burke at 660-665-6995.

Saturday Aug. 31st –  Monday Sept 2nd

La Plata is hosting the 59th Annual Soy Bean Festival The Soybean Festival will begin Saturday, Aug 31st with opening ceremonies, a pie contest ,and jungle run. There will be activities all weekend thru Monday Sept 2nd in downtown La Plata . Parade, Games, Queen Contest, Tractor Pulls, Bed Races, Trap Shoots, kid’s games and much more. Call 660-332-7166 for more information.

Monday, Sept. 2nd

Remember to celebrate Labor Day.  Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894 to celebrate workers. President Grover Cleveland signed the bill into law creating Labor Day as a National holiday. Now, it is a celebration of the end of summer.  American’s celebrate this holiday with barbeques and picnics.  Happy Labor Day!

 

 

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