This Week Around Pulaski County USA!

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Events for the week of March 7-March 13, 2016

March 11 & 12- PFAA Presents “The Children’s Hour”
What: Community theater production
Where: Theater On The Square, 312 Route 66, Waynesville
When: Friday & Saturday curtain at 7:30 p.m.
Cost: Adults $10, Children 12 & Under $5
Contact: April York- 573.337.1184

March PFAA

PFAA takes the stage at Theater On The Square in Waynesville in March!

March 12- Pulaski County Farmer’s Market
What: Year- round Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Waynesville
When: 8 am until Noon
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Bruce Main- 573.842.9079

Pulaski County Farmer's Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

Pulaski County Farmer’s Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

March 12- Clover Dash 5K/10K
What: St. Patrick’s themed 5K/10K run
Where: Davidson Fitness Center, Fort Leonard Wood
When: Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., run begins at 9:00 a.m..
Cost: $30
Contact: Fort Leonard Wood MWR- 573.596.4359
*Open to the public, for access questions contact Fort Leonard Wood MWR

March 12 Clover Dash 10K Smaller

Clover Dash 5K/10K on Fort Leonard Wood, March 12th!

March 12- BBQ Competition
What: BBQ Competition
Where: St. Robert Community Center, 114 J.H. Williamson Drive, Saint Robert
When: Lunch served at Noon
Cost: $8 per plate
Contact: City of Saint Robert Parks & Recreation- 573.451.2625

March 12 BBQ Competition

Bring your “taste” buds to the BBQ Competition in Saint Robert March 12th!

March 12- The Baker Band Ham & Beans Dinner Show
What: Dinner and a show in a family friendly venue
Where: The Barn, 13015 Highway 28, Dixon
When: Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $15, Children 12 & Under FREE
Contact: Bill Johnson-573.433.9370

March 12 Ham_Beans Dinner Show

Dinner and a show at The Barn March 12th!

Looking Ahead:

March 17, 18, 19, & 20- Special Olympics Missouri State Indoor Games, Fort Leonard Wood
March 18, 19, & 20- PFAA Presents “The Children’s Hour”, Waynesville
March 19- Route 66 St. Patty’s Fest, Waynesville
March 25 & 26- PFAA Presents “The Children’s Hour”, Waynesville
April 2- 1903 Route 66 Courthouse Museum, Waynesville
April 2- Old Stagecoach Stop Museum- Waynesville
April 2- Taste of Pulaski County & Basket Auction, Saint Robert
April 2- Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Talbot House

For more event listings in Pulaski County USA please visit our online calendar at: http://tinyurl.com/PulaskiCountyUSAEvents

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Events for the week of November 30, 2015-December 6, 2015

December 3- Christmas On The Square
What: Christmas festival with Christmas carolers, live nativity, carriage rides, Christmas music & more!
Where: On The Square, Waynesville
When: 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Waynesville Downtown Business Association (Pam Seda) 573.774.6910

December 3 Christmas On The Square

December 4-6- T’was The Night Before Christmas
What: Community theater production.
Where: Theater On The Square, 312 Historic Route 66, Waynesville
When: Friday & Saturday curtain at 7:30 p.m., Sunday curtain at 5:30 p.m..
Cost: Adults $10, Children 12 & Under $5
Contact: Pulaski Fine Arts Association (Toni Rowland)- 573.528.4164

Pulaski Fine Arts Association presents "T'was The Night Before Christmas" at Theater On The Square in Waynesville, MO.

Pulaski Fine Arts Association presents “T’was The Night Before Christmas” at Theater On The Square in Waynesville, MO.

December 5- Pulaski County Farmer’s Market
What: Year- round Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Waynesville
When: 8 am until Noon
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Bruce Main- 573.842.9079

Pulaski County Farmer's Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

Pulaski County Farmer’s Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

December 5- Paranormal Investigations of Historic Talbot House
What: Supervised paranormal investigation of one of Waynesville’s oldest homes.
Where: 405 North Street, Waynesville
When: Investigations start at dusk. Call for exact time.
Cost: $20 per person, reservations required.
Contact: Crocker’s Optimistic Paranormal Society (Dawnmarie Cecora)- 573.528.2149

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December 6- Kiwanis Club of Pulaski County Christmas Parade
What: Christmas Parade along Route 66 in Waynesville
Where: Begins at Waynesville Middle School and travels Historic Route 66 to Downtown Waynesville
When: 2 p.m.
Cost: FREE
Contact: Kiwanis Club of Pulaski County (Tim Berrier) 573.774.3001

December 6 Kiwanis Club Christmas Parade

December 6- Holiday In The Park
What: Holiday festival with photos with Santa, holiday music, craft vendors
Where: St. Robert Community Center, 114 J.H. Williamson Drive, Saint Robert
When: 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: City of Saint Robert Parks & Recreation- 573.451.2625

December 6 Holiday in the Park Flyer 2015

December 6- Christmas On Main Street
What: Christmas festival
Where: Main Street, Crocker
When: 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Crocker City Hall- 573.736.5327

Looking Ahead:

December 11- “Holidays from the Heartland”- 399th Army Band, Fort Leonard Wood
December 11 & 12- Journey To Bethlehem, Crocker
December 12- Richland Christmas Parade, Richland
December 12- Lighted Christmas Parade & Christmas In The Park, Dixon
December 18 & 19- Route 66 Basketball Shootout, Waynesville
January 2- Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Talbot House, Waynesville
January 16- Missouri Boat Ride LIVE In Concert, Dixon

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Events for the week of August 31, 2015-September 6, 2015

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Widow’s Sons National Gathering

September 4 & 5- Haunted River Float
What: Thrilling haunted river float on the Big Piney River
Where: 23455 Teak Lane, Saint Robert
When: 7:00-10:00 pm
Cost: $25, Kids 5 and under FREE
Contact: Lay Z Day Canoes & Camping- 573.336.8639

Haunted River Floats

September 5- Pulaski County Farmer’s Market
What: Year- round Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Waynesville
When: 8 am until Noon
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Bruce Main- 573.842.9079

Pulaski County Farmer's Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

Pulaski County Farmer’s Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

September 5- Railroad Days
What: Family friendly street festival celebrating Crocker’s railroad roots
Where: Downtown Crocker
When: 9:30 am- 9:00 pm
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Crocker City Hall- 573.736.5327

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September 5- 1903 Route 66 Courthouse Museum
What: One of only two remaining Route 66 period courthouses in Missouri. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Where: On The Square, Waynesville
When: 10 am until 4 pm
Cost: FREE admission, donations accepted
Contact: Pulaski County Museum & Historical Society (Denise Seevers)-573.855.3644

Visit the Museums On The Square in downtown Waynesville! On the National Register of Historic Places!

Visit the Museums On The Square in downtown Waynesville! On the National Register of Historic Places!

September 5- Old Stagecoach Stop Museum
What: Pulaski County’s oldest building has served as a private residence, a stagecoach stop, a Civil War hospital, and a hotel on Historic Route 66. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Where: On The Square, Waynesville
When: 10 am until 4 pm
Cost: FREE admission, donations accepted
Contact: Old Stagecoach Stop Foundation (Jan Primas)- 573.435.6766

September 5- Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Talbot House
What: Supervised paranormal investigation of one of Waynesville’s oldest homes.
Where: 405 North Street, Waynesville
When: Investigations start at dusk. Call for exact time.
Cost: $25 per person, reservations required.
Contact: Crocker’s Optimistic Paranormal Society (Dawnmarie Cecora)- 573.528.2149

Paranormal Investigations of Historic Talbot House

Looking Ahead:
September 12, 19, & 26- Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Talbot House
September 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, & 26- Haunted River Float
September 12- Cannon Range Air Show
September 18- PCSW Farmer’s Market at Fort Leonard Wood
September 18 & 19- Dixon’s Cow Days
September 19, 20, 26 & 27- Storie’s Pumpkin Patch
September 19 & 26- Boiling Spring Campground Pumpkin Patch
September 25- Women’s Expo
September 25 & 26- Southern Gospel Reunion
September 25 & 26- The Haunted Hill

Create lifelong memories with your family in Pulaski County USA!

Create lifelong memories with your family in Pulaski County USA!

Harvest some memories this Autumn in Pulaski County USA!
Full event/attraction listing at: www.visitpulaskicounty.org/fall2015

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Events for the week of August 24, 2015-August 30, 2015

August 28- PCSW Farmers Market at Fort Leonard Wood
What: Farmer’s Market
Where: Colyer Park, Fort Leonard Wood
When: 4:30-8:30 pm
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Samantha Kramer (Market Manager)- 573.765.2500

August 28 & 29- Ozark Rodeo Association Rodeo
What: Family friendly rodeo
Where: Dixon Saddle Club, 16059 N. Highway 133, Dixon
When: 7 pm
Cost: Adults $8, Kids $4
Contact: Ozark Rodeo Association (Sherrie Norris)- 573.336.5066

August 29- Pulaski County Farmer’s Market
What: Year- round Farmer’s Market
Where: Downtown Waynesville
When: 8 am until Noon
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Bruce Main- 573.842.9079

Pulaski County Farmer's Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

Pulaski County Farmer’s Market is held year round in downtown Waynesville!

August 29- Eighth Annual Shrine Club BBQ Cookoff
What: BBQ Cookoff, Bounce House, Obstacle Course, Motorcycle & Car Show, Rock Crawlers Show, Cornhole Tournament
Where: Shrine Club Park, Buckhorn
When: 9 am- 4pm
Cost: $8 Adult, $5 Children (6-12), 5 & Under FREE
Contact: Kevin Cordry- 573.586.9801

8th Annual Shrine Club BBQ Cookoff Flyer

8th Annual Shrine Club BBQ Cookoff Flyer

August 29- 1903 Route 66 Courthouse Museum
What: One of only two remaining Route 66 period courthouses in Missouri. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Where: On The Square, Waynesville
When: 10 am until 4 pm
Cost: FREE admission, donations accepted
Contact: Pulaski County Museum & Historical Society (Denise Seevers)-573.855.3644

Visit the Museums On The Square in downtown Waynesville! On the National Register of Historic Places!

Visit the Museums On The Square in downtown Waynesville! On the National Register of Historic Places!

August 29- Old Stagecoach Stop Museum
What: Pulaski County’s oldest building has served as a private residence, a stagecoach stop, a Civil War hospital, and a hotel on Historic Route 66. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Where: On The Square, Waynesville
When: 10 am until 4 pm
Cost: FREE admission, donations accepted
Contact: Old Stagecoach Stop Foundation (Jan Primas)- 573.435.6766

August 29 & 30- Kiwanis Fifth Annual Gun, Knife, & Archery Show
What: Buy, sell, and trade with gun, knife, and archery vendors.
Where: Saint Robert Community Center
When: August 29- 9 am until 5 pm, August 30- 9 am until 3 pm
Cost: $5 door entry
Contact: Jerry- 573.433.6507

Kiwanis Fifth Annual Gun, Knife, & Archery Show August 29 & 30 in Saint Robert, MO.

Kiwanis Fifth Annual Gun, Knife, & Archery Show August 29 & 30 in Saint Robert, MO.

Looking Ahead:
September 5- Crocker’s Railroad Days
September 5, 12, 19, & 26- Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Talbot House
September 18 & 19- Dixon’s Cow Days
September 25- Women’s Expo
September 25 & 26- Southern Gospel Reunion

Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club Tours Pulaski County USA

Last week, 36 members of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club from Bixby, Oklahoma traveled to Pulaski County, Missouri for a “Fun, Fort, & Fall Foliage” tour. The group enjoyed two jam packed days of Ozark adventure.

After officially being welcomed to Pulaski County by the Tourism Bureau staff, with a reception complete with cookies, coffee, and juice at the Visitors Center in Saint Robert, the tour headed to Fort Leonard Wood for a lunch at one of the dining facilities and a guided windshield tour of the installation. Some of the highlights of the windshield tour included the Reception Battalion, the Main Exchange, Brigade Row on Iowa Avenue, Nutter Field House (built in 1942), Sapper Leader Course, and Training Area 244- also known as the “Million Dollar Hole” because of the value of the equipment kept on site that is used for training purposes.

Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club first stop in Pulaski County, Missouri was the Visitors Center in Saint Robert.

Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club first stop in Pulaski County, Missouri was the Visitors Center in Saint Robert.

While on Fort Leonard Wood the participants visited Mahaffey Museum Complex. The museum is unique in that it is the only place in the country where you can visit three U.S. Army Branch museums in a single location. The complex houses the Military Police Museum, The Chemical Corps Museum, and the U.S. Army Engineer Museum. There is also a WWII Company area and a Historic Vehicle Park.

The evening meal was another unique destination and experience- The Cave Restaurant & Resort is the nation’s only restaurant inside a cave! Group members remarked that the view overlooking the Gasconade River was stunning and that dinner was “two thumbs up”.

Host hotel, Baymont Inn & Suites in Saint Robert, exceeded expectations. The complimentary hot breakfast was especially well received. The waffles and biscuits ‘n gravy were just what these adventurers needed to prepare for a busy day!

Baymont Inn & Suites  in Saint Robert, exceeded the expectations of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club.

Baymont Inn & Suites in Saint Robert, exceeded the expectations of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club.

The Bank Club’s second day in “Pulaski County USA” kicked off with a guided tour of Route 66 with local historian Terry Primas. Primas described points of interests and told stories of the section of the old Mother Road that runs between Devils Elbow and Waynesville. They were able to see alignments of the road that dated to the 1920’s, 30’s, and 40’s. The tour traveled through an area that has been described as the most scenic section of Missouri’s Route 66. The bluffs above the old steel bridge in Devils Elbow looked like a postcard- and sure enough, they had indeed been the backdrop for many postcards of the area!

A vintage postcard depicts the scene that can be found at Devils Elbow on Route 66 in Pulaski County, Missouri.

A vintage postcard depicts the scene that can be found at Devils Elbow on Route 66 in Pulaski County, Missouri.

Ready to stretch their legs, the tour group headed to a fabulous lunch at Hoppers Pub on the Square in Waynesville. Recharged and refreshed, they were ready to explore the 1903 Courthouse Museum, Old Stagecoach Stop, and downtown area. The Courthouse Museum is housed in what was Pulaski County’s Courthouse from 1903 until 1989. Designed by Missouri State Architect Henry H. Hohenschild, the upstairs courtroom is in its original condition. The craftsmanship has withstood the test of time and some folks have commented that one can almost hear attorneys arguing cases from the past. Denise Seevers, Museum Curator, told the visitors of a murder that took place in the building in the 1930’s. She also told of bullet holes on the exterior of the building that are scars from a bank robbery that occurred in 1917. The citizens tried to fight the bandits off from the courthouse area and the bad guys shot back!

Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK.) members chat outside of Pulaski County Museum in downtown Waynesville, MO.

Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK.) members chat outside of Pulaski County Museum in downtown Waynesville, MO.

The Old Stagecoach Stop is a fascinating building. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places the Stop has served as a tavern, Civil War hospital, and hotel. It is one of Pulaski County’s oldest buildings and its museum is arranged by time period- each room depicting an era of the buildings history. Old Stagecoach Stop Museum & Foundation President Jan Primas and Jeanie Porter guided the group through the building while explaining its past, significance & importance.

The Old Stagecoach Stop in Waynesville, MO has a lot of stories to tell!

The Old Stagecoach Stop in Waynesville, MO has a lot of stories to tell! Photo by Laura Huffman.

The club enjoyed free time in downtown Waynesville and members wandered to historic sites and shopping opportunities. Several souvenirs were purchased at Lost In The Woods Antiques & Collectibles, Seda’s Gift Shop, Talbot House, Just Because, Eircil’s Jewelry, and at the gift shop inside Paradise Deli– a German restaurant. Tour members also sampled local flavor at Purn’s Thai Kitchen, Sugar Shack, I Love Ice Cream, Route 66 Candy Shoppe, and Cellar 66. Cellar 66 hosted a wine tasting- and it was a hit! The group also discovered Waynesville Gun & Pawn and Odyssey Scuba. A dive shop in landlocked Pulaski County seemed odd to them until they found out that nearby Roubidoux Spring is home to a large underground cave system and that the area is known for its cave diving opportunities.

A member of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK.) browses at Seda's Gift Shoppe on the Square in downtown Waynesville, MO.

A member of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK.) browses at Seda’s Gift Shoppe on the Square in downtown Waynesville, MO.

Participants of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club

Participants of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club ” “Fun, Fort, & Fall Foliage” tour enjoy a sweet treat at I Love Ice Cream in downtown Waynesville.

Members of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK) pose at the corner of Historic Route 66 in downtown Waynesville during their

Members of Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club (Bixby, OK) pose at the corner of Historic Route 66 in downtown Waynesville during their “Fun, Fort, & Fall Foliage tour.

The day’s activities concluded with a sumptuous meal at destination restaurant Di Trapani’s Italian Bistro. The drive to the restaurant on Highway 28 treated passengers to a glorious splash of Ozark color, but that was nothing compared to the views from the dinner tables. The food, the view, and the delightful company of tour companions made this the perfect finale to the two days of “Fun, Fort, and Fall Foliage” tour to Pulaski County, Missouri.

Destination restaurant, Di Trapani's Italian Bistro overlooks Portuguese Point of the Gasconade River in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.

Destination restaurant, Di Trapani’s Italian Bistro overlooks Portuguese Point of the Gasconade River in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.

“Everything was perfect. My travel group cannot thank me enough! Thank you for that- I could not have done this tour without you! You help me succeed making my customers happy with our bank, while experiencing a “Class A” tour. My happy customers make me a happy customer!!” —Lisa Beach, Group Travel Planner- Citizens Security Bank Horizons Club

Are you organizing a group travel tour? Pulaski County Tourism Bureau is happy to provide these complimentary services for Receptives and Group Tour Operators:
• Customized Group Itineraries
• Step-on Guide Referrals/Coordination
• Lodging/Dining Bid Assistance
• Meeting Space Assistance
• Museum Tour Coordination
• FREE Welcome Reception/Comfort Stop
Our Certified Travel Industry Specialist will assist with many aspects of the planning process including customized itineraries. Contact Karen Hood today!

Call Karen Hood to arrange your group tour to Pulaski County USA!

Call Karen Hood to arrange your group tour to Pulaski County USA!

The Spirit of Pulaski County

Pulaski County, Missouri has a long and proud tradition of patriotism. In remarkable spirit, citizens laid their cash on the barrel head in return for Uncle Sam’s war bonds during several War Loan Drives to support the war efforts of World War II. War Loan Drives were held nationwide and Pulaski County stepped up to the plate. The third War Loan Drive was held from early September through early October in 1943 with a national goal of $15 billion and the county quota was $336,000. With Dru Pippin as the chairman from the county, Pulaski County delivered $341,787, almost $6,000 over goal. Adjusted for inflation the money raised by Pulaski County in 1943 would equal $4,604,621.64 today. $75,000 of the monies raised bought a P-51 Mustang which was named “The Spirit of Pulaski County” by local bond buyers. After purchasing a Series E War Bond the buyer was able to submit a naming suggestion.

North American P-51 Bought with the 3rd War Loan Drive. "The Spirit of Pulaski County". P-1 Mustang. Photo courtesy of Pulaski County Museum & Historical Society.

North American P-51 Bought with the 3rd War Loan Drive. “The Spirit of Pulaski County”. P-1 Mustang. Photo courtesy of Pulaski County Museum & Historical Society.

Pulaski County, always patriotic and dutiful, had seen many of her citizens march off to war, but part of the rallying cry for the War Loan Drives was the memory of Wayne Lynn “Buck” Bandy. A graduate of Waynesville High School, Buck played trumpet for Navy Band Number 22, and was one of the many sailors lost on board the U.S.S. Arizona December 7, 1941.

Dru Pippin said of the successful War Loan Drives:

“This magnificent response to put idle dollars to work for victory is our message to our fighting men wherever they might be, that Pulaski County has gone to War too.”

This Third War Loan poster featured Superman.

This Third War Loan poster featured Superman.

Many businesses were advertisement sponsors for the War Loan Drives including Long’s Drug Store Sundries, United Army Store, Rigsby Service Station, Baker Hotel, Dr. C.A. Talbot, Owl Cafe, Clark’s Cafe, Chicago Military Store, Prewett Liquor Store, Bell Hotel, Bursons Cafe, Ford Cafe, Copeland Military Store, Sinclair Service Station, Blue Line Bus Service, Tut’s Cafe, Fort Wood Hotel, Ft. Wood Military Supply, 5% Beer Parlor, Safety Service Station and Bell Garage.

Today, over 70 years later, Pulaski County still fervently supports those who put their life on the line to fight for our freedoms. Pulaski County was the first Purple Heart County in the State of Missouri, and several of our cities have received the Purple Heart City designation as well.

Special Thank You to Steven M. Beattie and Pulaski County Museum & Historical Society for their contributions and images.

To plan your trip to Pulaski County, Missouri, home of Fort Leonard Wood, visit http://www.PulaskiCountyUSA, like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PulaskiCountyUSA, or order your FREE Official Visitors Guide at email@pulaskicountyusa.com or 877-858-8687.

Four Things That You Do Not Want To Miss During January In Pulaski County USA!

If you miss any of these, your friends will poke fun at you around the water cooler Monday morning.

1. National Wrestling Alliance Central-States Championship Wrestling “Missouri Rising”
Date: Saturday January 11
Time: Doors open at 6:00 pm, Bell at 7:00 pm
Where: Saint Robert Community Center
Cost: Advance: Ringside-$12, General-$8 At The Door: Ringside-$15, General $10
Contact: Charles Wilcox- 573.202.4344

Do Not Miss Because: Two words- Professional Wrestling!

"Missouri Rising" Professional Wrestling flyer

2. Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloader Trade Fair
Date: Saturday January 18 and Sunday January 19
Time: 9 am until 5 pm
Where: Saint Robert Community Center
Cost: FREE admission
Contact: Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloaders (Earl Ellegood)- 573.855.0984

Do Not Miss Because: Looking to return to a simpler way of life? This is a primitive lifestyle enthusiasts and preppers dream!

Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloaders Trade Fair flyer

Kickapoo Trace Muzzleloaders Trade Fair flyer

3. Bluegrass In The Barn
Date: Saturday January 18
Time: Doors open at 6:00 pm, Show at 7:00 pm
Where: The Barn, 13015 Highway 28, Dixon
Cost: $20
Contact: Bill Johnson- 573.433.9370

Do Not Miss Because: You can never have too much pickin’ and grinnin’. A great family activity!

Bluegrass In The Barn flyer

Bluegrass In The Barn flyer

4. 7th Annual Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-Off
Dates: Saturday January 25
Times: 11 am until 3 pm
Where: Saint Robert Community Center
Cost: $5
Contact: Waynesville-Saint Robert Chamber of Commerce: 573.336.5121

Do Not Miss Because: From mild to wild, the Polar Meltdown is guaranteed to spice up your weekend! Bring a pal- your taste “buds” will thank you!