Calendar of Events
Just a partial list of the many activities, festivals, events in our area....
Click on LINK for more information of each event....
March 16, 2019 - Amish Dinner & Bluegrass IV (Blackberry Creek Retreat B&B) - Amish Dinner & Bluegrass IV Tickets
April 25-27, 2019 - Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival (Marshfield, MO) - Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival
April 25-26, 2019 - Laura Ingalls Wilder Children’s Literature Festival (Mansfield, MO) - Laura Ingalls Wilder Children's Literature Festival
May 4, 2019 - Schofield + Gray Spring Market (Fordland, MO) - Schofield + Gray Spring Market
May 5-6, 2019 - Spring Planting Festival - Baker Seed (Mansfield, MO) - Baker Seed Spring Planting Festival
May 24-26, 2019 - 36th Annual Mid-America Street Rod Nationals (Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, Springfield, MO) - 2019 Mid-America Street Rod Nationals
July 4, 2019 - 140th Annual Independence Day Parade (Marshfield, MO) - Longest running Independence Day Parade West of the Mississippi
August 9-10, 2019 - 2019 Birthplace of Route 66 Festival & Car Show (Springfield, MO) - 2019 Route 66 Festival
While our Country Christmas Open House & Craft Bazaar the first weekend in December has been a success, we are adding more "FUN" events to involve community and culture.
Last year, we hosted an Amish Dinner & Bluegrass evening, and attendees wanted more, so a second event was scheduled and SOLD OUT. This year, we added a Dessert & Bluegrass Under the Stars event in July and one final Picnic Dinner & Bluegrass Under The Stars in September..
We are also contemplating Book Signing and Historical Lecture Evenings.
Watch for more events at this page, or on our FaceBook Events page. We're always looking for new ideas.
Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival
Words scribed on this page can't express exactly what to expect at this local Festival with national and international influences. Each year, the last weekend in April, Marshfield, Missouri welcomes visitors and guests from many place and histories. Presidential descendants, stars of film and television, and people with historical imprints to this Ozarks community to fellowship and share their stories.
Imagine descendants of slave Dred Scott hosting reconciliation forums with a great great grandson of Confederate President Jefferson Davis! One might see grandchildren of Presidents conversing with actresses from The Waltons or Little House on The Prairie t.v. shows. Famous Missourians from all walks of life getting a star on the sidewalk outside the Historical Society. Authors receiving awards and signing books. Various awards given to national and community honorees who have left their mark. The great grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, a survivor from Hiroshima or Pearl Harbor, White House staff members and their stories, Veteran members, and musicians all have participated.
Vendors, music, dinners, luncheons, a high tea, and the events go on and on. For a past review of this special Festival, click on this link - Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival.