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Howdy Neighbor Days

Annual festival at the South Park (Pierce City Park) in Pierce City, Missouri.

WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY FRIDAY
6 P.M. to 11 P.M. 6 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT

SATURDAY 1 P.M. to Midnight

Howdy Folks

We need your help in making this Festival the BEST IT CAN BE. Please check out WHO WE ARE & DONATE tabs at www.hndfestival.com, also the booth application under GET INVOLVED.

The web site is a work in progress and we hope to get Booth applications where they can be filled out & printed within to make it easier for everyone.

If anyone needs further information, any questions or suggestions, please contact Ben Slagle at ben_slagle@outlook.com or call 417-489-1462.

Howdy Neighbor Days

Address : South Park, just south of Hwy 37 Pierce City MO
Phone : 417-489-1462   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : ben_slagle@outlook.com

Web Address :
Admission Fee : no entry fee, buy tickets for rides

Additional Notes : Saturday Parade, 11:00am; Thursday, 6-11pm; Friday, 6-Midnight; Saturday, Noon til Midnight; Carnival Rides - Thursday and Friday, 6:00pm; Saturday, 4:00pm.

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South Park (aka PC Park or Bluff-side City Park)

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First Baptist Church (no longer standing)

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Theron Bennett Home

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St. Mary's Catholic Church

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