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Historic Sites

  1. EVENT CANCELLED: Spring Planting Day

    May 2, 2020, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ Fort Osage National Historic Landmark

    Bring your gardening gloves and join the Fort Osage National Historic Landmark staff at the interpretive garden for lessons on heirloom vegetables, Osage gardening practices and, of course, spring planting!

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  1. EVENT CANCELLED: 39th Annual Kid's Fishing Derby

    May 2, 2020, 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Lake Jacomo South Boat Dock

    This FREE fun-filled family event is open to kids ages 2 to 15 (must be accompanied by an adult) and includes a casting clinic and contest hosted by the Optimist Club of Lake Lotawana. The Missouri Trout Fisherman's Association will weigh all of the fish caught. Trophy’s and a prize pack will be awarded to the top 10 kids that catch the biggest fish.... and every child who registers gets a free rod & reel compliments of Pure Fishing! All kids will need to bring their own fishing pole, bait and bucket to hold their catch!

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  2. EVENT CANCELLED: Children's Day & Sheep Shearing

    May 2, 2020, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ Missouri Town 1855

    Join us for our annual Children’s Day event and the shearing of Missouri Town 1855’s resident flock of sheep! You will see all steps of wool production including shearing, washing, carding, dyeing, spinning and weaving. Kids will enjoy diving into a pie eating contest, exploring the gorgeous site, interacting with livestock, and playing a variety of games their ancestors would have played in the mid-1800s.

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