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Upcoming Events in Charleston Missouri


April

25 - 28 Annual Dogwood-Azalea Festival - Join us each year in April for the Dogwood-Azalea Festival! Tour the 6 mile Dogwood-Azalea Trail and experience our magnificent dogwoods and azaleas at peak bloom. Events include a candelight tour, home tours, arts & crafts show and more!

Address: Rolwing Park and various locations throughout town. , Charleston, Missouri
Ph: 573-683-6509 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.charlestonmo.org
Fee: Admission to some events

November

24 Exhibit of Lewis & Clark First Steps Into the Louisiana Purchase - Dedication of visitor's exhibit featuring flags of the three nations flown over the area with murals depicting journal entries recorded during voyagers' encampment. This exhibit also features a granite map of explorers journey from Monticello to the Pacific. Site commemorates the explorers first steps into the Louisiana Purchase on November 16, 1803 in what is now Mississippi County at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers.

Hours: 2 p.m.

Nov. 19 will be re-enactment of Lewis and Clark's landing at Bird's Point at confluence of Mississippi and Ohio rivers with St. Charles re-enactors

Address: Whipple Park off of I-57 at exit 10. , Charleston, Missouri
Ph: 888-649-9677 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

27 First Steps into The Louisiana Purchase -
Nov. 16 will be the dedcation of interpretive site to comemorate Lewis and Clark's first steps onto Louisiana Purchase; Nov. 19 will be re-enactment of Lewis and Clark's landing at Bird's Point at confluence of Mississippi and Ohio rivers with St. Charles re-enactors.

Hours: 10 a.m.

Address: Charleston and Bird's Point, Mississippi Co. , Charleston, Missouri
Ph: 888-326-7289 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Mississippi County Historical Society

Victorian home built in 1899. Furnished with pieces authentic to the period. Displays include vintage clothing, Civil War memorabilia and artifacts of early area Mississippian Indian culture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Charleston, MO Museums

Robert G. Delaney Lake Conservation Area

One and a half-acre lake contains 30 acres of cypress forest. A fishing dock and boat ramp help make this site a fisherman'

Charleston, MO Recreation

Warren E. Hearnes Museum

Stop by for a tour and view items from Governor Warren E. Hearnes' 22

Charleston, MO Museums

Charleston Country Club

Course Access: Private
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Charleston, MO Golf Courses

Things to do near Charleston, MO

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