Red, White, and Blue Gallery Art Show Through July 23

Crossroads Arts Council, 310 W Pearce Blvd, Wentzville is proud to announce its upcoming art show, “Red, White, and Blue.” This highly anticipated event will showcase a collection of artworks that beautifully embrace the patriotic colors of red, white, and blue. Artists from all backgrounds and mediums are invited to participate and unleash their creativity to honor the spirit of our nation.

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Augusta Heritage Foundation June Events

The Augusta Heritage Foundation is holding its first Jazz Fest in Augusta on Saturday, June 3. Spend the day enjoying fabulous jazz musicians throughout town. J Spears music starts in the park, followed by two artists at Augusta Winery and one at Good News Brewing, all in Augusta, Missouri. “Bach to the Future” featuring Tracy Silverman headlines at the Augusta Harmonie Verein to finish the night off!

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Marthasville Area Chamber of Commerce 28th Annual Golf Tournament

On Saturday, June 24, the Marthasville Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 28th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. The Tournament will be held at the Warrenton Golf Course with a 7 a.m. shotgun start. This is a 4-person scramble, $100 for each person, and is limited to the first 50 teams. The price includes a breakfast sandwich, fried chicken, beer and soda. Prizes for longest drive, closest hole and hole-in-ones.
The Chamber Tournament helps support concerts in the park, community outreach, scholarships and much more. Join us and help support the Marthasville area. For additional information, please contact Samantha Dobsch at 636-390-1878. Click here to view the flyer for more information and the entry form.

Four Rivers Arts Council’s The Creative at Klondike Upcoming Events

The Creative at Klondike is located in Klondike Park, 4600 State Hwy 94 South, Augusta, MO.
On Saturday, May 13, at 6 p.m. The Creative at Klondike is excited to host “The Art of Conservation,” a celebration of the decades-long collaboration between Magnificent Missouri and Bryan Haynes. For twenty years, this team has celebrated a connection between people and the Missouri River valley by promoting this idea: “We are fortunate to live, work and visit a place with so much natural beauty, history and talent” – Dan Burkhardt.

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