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Hubbard Park will see a flurry of activity this Saturday as Juneteenth celebrations begin. Canceled last year, like so many activities due to COVID, the event is back and will feature food, music, … more
A former Sedalia woman is producing a successful podcast that explores avenues of encouragement for single moms and divorced women.  Stacie Wimer, now of Kansas City and a 1996 Smith-Cotton … more
WARRENSBURG — Old Drum Day is returning to Warrensburg after skipping 2020 with Old Drum Animal Shelter joining the Johnson County Historical Society as a co-host. Admission to the event is … more
The second annual LBGTQ+ Pride Picnic will be hosted Saturday, July 10 at Centennial Park. Picnic organizer Heather Hughes said the first event was hosted in 2019 at Liberty Park, but due to … more
The Dino Dig on June 2 is the latest example of fun activities the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department has planned for the summer.  Special Events and Marketing Manager Savannah Lynde … more
Writers of Warrensburg (WoW) is hosting a free Novel-Writing Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 12 on Zoom. The workshop will focus on novel writing and feature local authors Stan C. Smith … more
Thomas Jenkins took on his first acting role as Snoopy in “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” through Sacred Heart this spring but is now moving to the big stage as Bruce, one of the … more
The Sedalia Area Dream Factory will host its 31st annual Sanctioned Truck and Tractor Pull at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 5 at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Pepsi Grandstand. MSTPA and MMTTPA rules apply. … more
Although the live Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival was canceled for a second year in a row due to COVID, a virtual event is planned for June 4 and 5. Scott Joplin International Ragtime … more
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts and the Cooney Creative Studio unveiled an upcoming Arts Academy for students first through fifth grade. It will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 26 … more
Presenting a positive and uplifting message, dance students will take the stage this Saturday to present to the community “Be the Light.” One hundred students from Sedalia’s … more
A retrospective exhibit focusing on art spanning from 1988 to the present is opening today at the Hayden Liberty Center with much of the work depicting faces. Well-known Sedalia artist Ali Halane … more
Parkview Elementary students taught by art teacher Janice Hargrave have been displaying their creativity and pride this spring by making paper mache projects. Hargrave wanted to give students a … more
Calvary Baptist Church, 1015 W. 16th St., will host a love offering concert at 6 p.m. Sunday. Brenda Ann Denny, an award-winning gospel recording artist, whose “It’s My Desire to Live … more
Not one to step away from a challenge, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Dale Reed, 90, piloted aircraft during the Vietnam War, rode motorcycles in middle age, and is now creating intricate art consisting of hundreds … more
Many adults say they want to write a novel but never do. Despite this, and being in the sixth grade, Northwest Elementary student Veronica Fayuk has published her first novel.  On Tuesday, … more
The Missouri State Fair announced the remaining four Grandstand concerts on Wednesday.  According to a news release, The Beach Boys, who are marking more than half a century of making music, … more
Jeremiah Ariaz walked into the Sedalia Democrat office Friday and asked if he could take some photographs. It seemed Ariaz had taken a liking to small-town newspapers.  “I was … more
A new venue is springing up at the Hayden Liberty Center with a free concert slated for Saturday evening on “The Lot.” The concert hosted by the Liberty Center Association for the Arts … more
Having formed right before the pandemic hit, the rock band Forever Faded, from Iola, Kansas, has preserved through the last year by releasing a new music demo, live streaming and also giving live … more
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