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Upcoming Events in Louisiana Missouri


March

11 - 13 Irish Eagle Days - A special weekend of dining and music to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Address: 221Georgia St. , Louisiana, Missouri
Ph: 573-754-9888 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com
Fee: Price varies

25 - 26 50 Miles of Art Studio Tours - Nestled along the beautiful banks of the Mississippi River in historic Northeast Missouri are the three dynamic communities of Hannibal, Louisiana, and Clarksville. Linked by history, heritage, and Route 79, these communities offer the professional artist a unique opportunity to live and work. 50 Miles of Art is an arts corridor where fine artists, craftsperson's and artisans use their skills to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces. The Studio Tours are hosted twice each year by the artisans along the 50 Miles of Art. See the behind-the-scenes view of how their work is created.

Last weekend of March and the 1st weekend of November

Ph: 573-754-5921 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: lamochamber@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.50MilesofArt.com

July

4 4th of July Blast - Live entertainment on riverfront, games, food, contest and fireworks.

Address: Riverfront , Louisiana, Missouri
Ph: 573-754-5921 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: LaMoChamber@Sbcglobal.net
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com
Fee: Free

September

16 City Wide Yard Sale - Annual event held the third weekend of September.

Ph: 573-754-5921 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: LaMoChamber@Sbcglobal.net
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com

October

14 - 15 Louisiana Country Colorfest - Welcome to the annual Louisiana Country Colorfest on the Riverfront. Parade begins 10:00 AM Saturday. Talent Show, Car Show, Lip Sync Contest, Motorcycle Show, Baby Show Contest, Food, Crafts, Vendors, Kids Corner, entertainment for all ages. Come sit and watch the Mississippi River roll on by. Third full weekend in October.

Address: Historic downtown Louisiana , Louisiana, Missouri
Ph: 888-642-3800 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: LaMoChamber@Sbcglobal.net
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com
Fee: Free

November

28 - 29 50 Miles of Art Studio Tours - Nestled along the beautiful banks of the Mississippi River in historic Northeast Missouri are the three dynamic communities of Hannibal, Louisiana, and Clarksville. Linked by history, heritage, and Route 79, these communities offer the professional artist a unique opportunity to live and work. 50 Miles of Art is an arts corridor where fine artists, craftsperson's and artisans use their skills to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces. The Studio Tours are hosted twice each year by the artisans along the 50 Miles of Art. See the behind-the-scenes view of how their work is created.

Last weekend of March and the 1st weekend of November

Ph: 573-754-5921 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: lamochamber@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.50MilesofArt.com

24 Winter Wonderland - Lighted parade from the high school to Main Street. at 6:30 PM. The arrival of Santa Claus at Don Flansburg Park is one of the highlights. Luminaries will line Georgia Street in downtown Louisiana and church bells will ring prior to the start of the parade. Other highlights include the lighting of the city Christmas tree. Miss Snow Queen, Junior Miss Snow Queen, Miss Snowflake and Mr. Frosty contests will be held. Horse and wagon will be available for rides.

Address: Georgia St , Louisiana, Missouri
Ph: 573-754-5921 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: LaMoChamber@Sbcglobal.net
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com
Fee: Free

December

3 Church Walk - The Louisiana Area Historical Museum hosts the annual Christmas Mid-town Church Walk starting at the Bethel A.M.E. Church. After a 15 minute program at each Church, all "Walk" attendees walk as a group to the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, First Baptist Church, Centenary United Methodist Church, Calvary Episcopal Church, and First Presbyterian Church. After the 15 minute program at the Presbyterian Church, cookies and warm cider is served by the Louisiana Area Historical Museum Board of Directors.

The Church Walk is free, with a one-time passing of a plate for a free-will offering for the Museum. Louisiana Area Historical Museum handles the "Christmas Walking Tour of Louisiana's Mid-town Churches", lovingly referred to as "The Church Walk."

Ph: 888-642-3800 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: LaMoChamber@Sbcglobal.net
Web: www.louisiana-mo.com
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lay Center Sculpture Park

A sculpture park featuring international and acclaimed American sculptors is located outside Louisiana. The project was started by Henry Lay, alumni of Saint Louis University, who wished to use his estate as a place to promote the arts in Northeast Missouri.

Louisiana, MO Art

Louisiana Murals

Louisiana is home to some of the areas' best known artists. The Louisiana Mural Organization has erected over 20 murals. Additional murals are in the planning stages for the succeeding years. Mural location maps are available at 304 Georgia St. in the Louisiana History Museum. 1

Louisiana, MO Murals



The Cooking School at Eagles Nest

A recreational cooking school featuring 4-day classes of cuisine with chefs and instructors from around the world. Winery, inn and bistro on premises.

Louisiana, MO Learning Centers

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