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The music of Christmas won’t be silenced this year thanks to an online concert sponsored by the Sedalia Symphony Orchestra. The Sedalia Symphony will present a virtual Christmas Concert at 7 … more
The State of Missouri Historical Society has selected two Sedalia women to serve a three-year term on the Show Me Missouri Speakers Bureau. Selected for the honor are Becky Imhauser and Kathleen … more
United Way of Pettis County and The Dollywood Foundation are presenting a free live-stream of “The Library That Dolly Built,” a behind-the-scenes look at Dolly Parton’s Imagination … more
The holidays are rich with traditions for many Sedalia residents, but several of those traditions have been changed in light of the pandemic. To keep some traditions going, the City of Sedalia and a … more
For many years, the Sedalia Symphony Society has worked to provide outreach opportunities for youth in the community, and each November, the annual StringFest has accomplished this goal. This year … more
The State Fair Community College Theatre Arts program has postponed the final three performances of the children’s musical “James and the Giant Peach” set for Nov. 20-22 in … more
The spirit of Christmas will carry on this year at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre. Although COVID-19 has shut down live performances, with technology and ingenuity, the theatre will present an online … more
Syncopated Saturday Night is returning this week and will feature a combination of boogie-woogie and classical ragtime music. The online performance is hosted by the Scott Joplin International … more
A popular children’s tale will be presented in a peach of a performance this weekend and next at State Fair Community College. more
The University of Central Missouri will present a “Night of Noir” Studio Theatre One-Acts streamed on YouTube with performances set for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13-14. The house opens at … more
Mid-Missouri Artists is hosting a virtual program presented by award-winning silversmith Genevieve Flynn of Kansas City, Missouri. Flynn is scheduled to speak at the regular MMA meeting at 7 p.m. … more
Award-winning author Rose Marie Kinder, of Warrensburg, who has a Ph.D. in rhetoric and the teaching of English, is an inspiration to other women that a late start in life can garner awards. more
Artwork is expanding at Swords Family Pharmacy with the addition of new jewelry, sculpture, notecards and photos. more
Creativity didn’t wane as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world earlier this year and it helped spawn an Emmy Award for a 1998 Smith-Cotton graduate. more
A century of tenacity and adaptiveness of the Sedalia art scene has been captured in a new book that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Hayden Liberty Center. more
Smithton High School will present “Little Women” at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6 and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8. more
The voice of women will soon be heard in a new female empowerment motivational podcast to be launched in mid-November. more
Music fans with a flair for nostalgia will have a new business to check out this weekend. more
Smith-Cotton High School art instructor Josh Heimsoth has ceramic work included in a juried art show at Missouri State University in Springfield. more
The University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance will present the play “Tilikum” on the UCM Theatre and Dance YouTube channel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 and Friday, Oct. 30. No … more
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