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The outdoor movie night at Hubbard Park scheduled for May 8 has been postponed to May 29 due to weather.  The movie is “Red Tails” and is rated PG-13. It will begin at around 8:15 … more
After a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, grandstand concerts are back at the Missouri State Fair in 2021 and the first four announcements came Monday afternoon. According to a news … more
Thursday, a metal sculpture by Kansas City artist Will Vannerson was installed in Centennial Park. Borbor 6.1, a free-flowing galvanized steel creation from Vannerson, is part of a body of work … more
TIPTON — A Tipton High School art student was honored to receive the People’s Choice Award in the 39th annual Congressional Art Competition for Missouri’s Fourth Congressional … more
Art students at Smith-Cotton Junior High showcased their work in a one-day show Tuesday that provided a colorful display of close to 300 to 400 pieces of art. Sixth, seventh and eighth graders … more
An award-winning singer/songwriter is returning to his hometown this week to present a special performance at Lamy’s for Mother’s Day.  Ryan Manuel, now living in Lawrence, … more
Sedalia Parks and Recreation continues to celebrate Hubbard Park’s 100-year anniversary by adding something to and/or hosting an event in Hubbard Park each month throughout 2021.  For … more
The Sedalia Symphony Society has awarded the Harold J. Johnston Memorial Scholarships for 2021 to Madeline Allen and Breanna Derritt. Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship.  Allen will … more
The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art is offering its third DIY craft project starting Tuesday, April 27.  These projects are centered on Mother’s Day. There are three crafts — … more
The Sedalia Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 86th season Sunday with a virtual performance, an announcement of scholarship recipients and a bittersweet goodbye. Symphony members will bid … more
State Fair Community College theater students will explore what it’s like to go on a blind date with the performances of the musical “First Date.” When Aaron goes on a blind date … more
Years from now as history moves on, a contribution from Pettis County to a statewide quilt project will remain part of Missouri’s bicentennial heritage.  Seasoned Sedalia quilters, … more
The public is invited to participate in the Mid-Missouri Artists meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 29 in Multi-C of the Warrensburg Community Center. All MMA meetings are free and open to the public. … more
In a classic who-done-it, Applewood Christian School drama students will present “The Crimson House Murder” this weekend. Director Katelynn Nevils, a former Applewood drama student, … more
Warsaw will be bustling with activity this Saturday as it hosts two events featuring art and wine. Benton County Tourism and Recreation Executive Director Lynette Stokes said by phone Wednesday, … more
Live theatre is returning to the Liberty Center Association for the Arts this month with the production of “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.” The 60-minute play, created by Greg … more
An unlikely camaraderie of a flightless goose, a narcoleptic chipmunk, a blues-loving moose along with a badger who wants to play for the NFL is the perfect combination to bring smiles and laughter … more
Like ships on a sea or birds lifted through the air by invisible currents of wind, art often moves and flows into other veins of creativity, crossing the lines of paint with those of prose and … more
Being hailed as an “unsung hero” for the local music scene, 22-year-old Jesse Reed is looking out for area bands and musical artists. Reed, of Sedalia, began Jesse’s Jamz Radio … more
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