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Liberty Center Association for the Arts announced the upcoming production of “Legally Blonde.”  This musical is based on the novel “Legally Blonde” by Amanda Brown and … more
Although COVID has postponed the Hayden Liberty Center’s gala, the “Celebration of the Century” slated for Jan. 29, plans have been made to host the popular fundraising event … more
Mid-Missouri Artists collected donations of children’s art supplies and cash, an annual project, for Survival House in Warrensburg.  Community members were able to leave donations in a … more
Fathers and daughters are encouraged to dress up, put on their dancing shoes and have a special evening together Jan. 15 at the Windsor Father/Daughter Ball. Coordinator Cortney Blythe, the owner … more
Tentative plans to host the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival as a live, in-person event this year are well underway.  Scott Joplin International Ragtime Foundation President Doug … more
An idea to introduce art into the Pettis County Jail has snowballed into hosting an inmate art contest later this month. Chris Branstetter, Pettis County Jail kitchen administrator, said from the … more
SpoFest founder James Bryant has published his first chapbook featuring dark haiku. The book, “In the Dead of Night Vol. 1” was released on Amazon Kindle eBooks on Dec. 17. Haiku is a … more
Smith-Cotton High School Choirs hosted its first in-person holiday concert since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday night.  In 2020, all of the choirs had pre-recorded their … more
Symphony hosts visit by Dr. Kelts The Sedalia Symphony Society funded a visit by Dr. Christopher Kelts, director of Orchestra Studies and associate professor of Music at Missouri State University … more
Sedalia artist Chester Lux has created nearly 200 aluminum cast art pieces in the last five years — 37 of those pieces are now in a solo show at the Hayden Liberty Center.  Lux, also … more
Studio A Dance Conservatory’s annual Nutcracker ballet is branching out this season to include a local celebrity dancer, four Sedalia Fire Department firefighters and tea at the Hotel … more
Arrow Rock State Historic Site staff members invite the public to experience an old-fashioned Christmas in the village from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11. The site buildings will be open and … more
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts is announcing auditions for the upcoming play “Calendar Girls” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 13 and Tuesday, Dec.14, at the Hayden Liberty … more
Liberty Center Association for the Arts’s Essential Theatre will present a free performance of "A Christmas Carol" at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, before the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce … more
Holiday musical treats are on the Sedalia Symphony’s roster for Sedalians this coming week, with the first being Handel’s “Messiah” on Sunday and the second its annual POPS … more
COLE CAMP — To kick off the holiday season, Cole Camp will combine tours of area churches with a Christmas concert next weekend. Both events are free.  Roxy Viebrock and Susan Kyle are … more
WARRENSBURG — Though the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future may not make an appearance, the annual Dickens Christmas festivities are set to include Scrooge Spirits as Downtown … more
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