City of St. Paul, KS

Mission Days

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Event# 620-449-2301

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Mission Days

St. Paul Mission Days is held annually on Memorial Day Weekend in remembrance of the arrival of the Jesuit priests in the area over 160 years ago. The City grows from 600 to 5000 during this festival. Activities begin on Thursday and run through Monday, including: Races, music shows, dances, pony & draft horse pulls, parade, horseshoe tournament, carnival, kids games, St. Paul alumni dance, a golf tournament, calf penning & Calcutta, and Memorial Day services at the local cemeteries.

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Mission Days

Phone : 620-449-2301   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Additional Notes : Three man scramble. Bring your own team. Several flights.


Attractions and Upcoming Events

St. Francis Cemetery

St. Francis Cemetery, located half a mile east of St. Paul, is by succession the oldest cemetery in Neosho county known to have been used by white people. When the Jesuits first came to the Osage country in 1847

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Neosho Wildlife Area

Traveling through St. Paul on Highway 57, a visitor may get different hints of the proximity of the Neosho Wildlife Area. There is the Neosho River, the lowlands to the east and the west, with stilt-like houses, suggesting high waters on occasion.

St. Paul, KS Wildlife Areas

St. Francis Hieronymo Church

In 1847, the Mother Church of the Diocese of Wichita was set up in one of the government-built log structures at the Catholic Osage Mission. The missionaries dedicated the church to the patronage of St. Francis Hieronymo, a Jesuit, who had been canonized by the Church as a saint on May 10, 1839

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