The following events that were advertised on OTELCO Local have now been canceled or postponed to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus. For information on how OTELCO is handling the virus, please visit our COVID-19 Response Page. OTELCO will continue to update this page, as well as our COVID-19 response page, as the situation progresses. If you would like OTELCO to add event cancellation info to this page for your organization, please email us… Read more »
Local Happenings Categorized: Missouri
The Friends of Historic Boonville were forced to cancel the Big Muddy this year due to COVID-19. They released the following statement on their website: “Due to the current health situation in the United States, the 29th Annual Big Muddy Folk Festival has been canceled. This decision was not made lightly but we feel it is in the best interest of public safety, given that a large portion of our audience and musicians travel a… Read more »
Date: March 21st Time: 4:30 – 6:30 PM Place: Clinton Rotary Club 200 W Franklin, Clinton, MO 64735 Contact: Clinton MO Rotary Club Facebook Clinton Rotary Club is holding its 12th Annual Fish Fry Dinner on March 21st. There will be : Fried Fish Cole Slaw Baked Beans Hush Puppies Dessert and Drinks Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased from any Rotary member or at the door. Dine-in or carry out!
Date: Saturday, March 21st Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Place: Marshall Sr. High 805 S Miami Ave, Marshall, Missouri 65340 Contact: Marshall Cultural Council There will be a wide variety of artist, retail and craft vendors on display! Admission is free! In 2019, there were approximately 75 vendors and even more are expected for 2020! To become a vendor or learn more about the Marshall Cultural Council and their upcoming events visit: www.marshallculturalcouncil.com/ Only one retail… Read more »
Date: March, 14th Time: 7:30 PM Place: The Lyceum Theatre 114 High Street, Arrow Rock, MO Contact: (660) 837-3311 • #ob#ylprhzgurnger#at#ylprhzgurnger.bet#ob# Sawyer Brown has been described as “the Rolling Stones of Country Music”. They have released twenty-three albums with 3 gold albums reaching over one-half million copies sold. More than fifty of their singles have entered Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including three No. 1 singles including their signature song “Some Girls Do” and “Thank God for You”. … Read more »