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Sedalia will have the opportunity to enjoy a free concert Sunday presented by the newly formed Chamber Music Society.The group initiated by Anne Tempel will play at the Heard Memorial Club House and … more
The public is invited to join the Sedalia Young Professionals for a fall outdoor movie night at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at Gazebo Park at Second Street and South Ohio Avenue in downtown Sedalia.Two … more
Mid-Missouri Artists members Holli Burge and Allena Yates are the featured artists at the Warrensburg Community Center, 445 E. Gay. Join them for a “Meet the Artist” evening from 4 to 6:30 p.m. … more
The Blackwater Preservation Society will host ragtime player Bob Milne in two different concerts at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 and Sunday, Oct. 6 at the West End Theatre, 301 Doddridge Ave. in  … more
State Fair Community College will be presenting a dark comedy that takes a unique approach to a post-apocalyptic world, one that shows the importance of storytelling to humans. “Mr. Burns, a … more
With a love for antique papers, the human face and a technique of layering art, one local artist is creating work that is gaining attention in the area. Jeremy Fry, who graduated from State Fair … more
Tipton to host movie at Historic Barclay Home Saturday night, Sept. 21, the 1937 classic western, “Wells Fargo,” will be shown from the back balcony of the historic Maclay Home at 209 W Howard … more
Giving thought to the ecosystem and upcycling, a new exhibit features Missouri clay, blue jeans and $1 million in obsolete, shredded currency. “Rebecca Hutchinson: Tranquil Bloom Sedalia” will … more
Otterville will host its annual Street Fair Friday night Sept. 13, and all day Saturday, Sept. 14. On Friday, there will be a baby contest and a queen contest on the main stage followed by the … more
Noted Sedalia artist and educator Paul Allen’s latest gallery show, In the Wings: An Exploration of Angels, reflects upon the mysterious beauty of life and the presence of angels among us.More than … more
A memorial fund established in remembrance of a man who loved ragtime music is now accepting applications from musically minded youth of junior high and high school age. Before his death three … more
On Sept. 6, the third in this year’s series of First Friday events at the Katy Depot will feature guest speaker Dr. Jon Taylor, who will present “Truman and Pendergast, 1922-1944.”  This … more
FORTUNA — Having loved art since a child, Glenda Miller prepared to work on an oil painting Friday morning in her rural studio near Tipton.The large painting, 24-by-48-inches, was being painted … more
Two women are working to preserve the memories and photos of the century-old Otterville Street Fair.Street Fair Board President Charlotte Morrison and author Carolyn Aggeler said a photo taken in … more
The Smith-Cotton Tiger Pride Marching Band will have its Community Preview performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29 at Tiger Stadium. All are welcome to get a free sneak peek at this season's field … more
A local artist uses egg cartons, cups, glue and acrylic paint to create unpredictable abstractions that can morph into work representing nebulae, tree rings or even the scales of a reptile.Erica … more
After decades, the hands of Sedalia artist Sherri Osborn are now quiet, but her heart still beats for all those involved with the arts.  After traveling to England on a tour with the Daum Museum … more
Show Me Sound Chorus chapter of Sweet Adelines International will celebrate 25 years of chartered success with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 in the basement of Wesley United … more
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts will host a free 45-minute screening of highlights from the upcoming PBS documentary, “Country Music,” by Ken Burns on the history of country music. … more
An Arizona band is traveling to Mid-Missouri to go on a tour which will benefit local animal rescues. Come Back Buddy is performing multiple shows around the area this week, with one of their stops … more
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