Neosho Fall Festival Autumn Harvest

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Event Details

Neosho Fall Festival Autumn Harvest is a full day of fun for the whole family. The day will begin with a 5 & 10K run that will both begin and end at the square. A pet beauty contest, Little Miss/Mister contest and great musical acts will be featured all day on our performance stage. Regional artists will be set up in business around the square. Food and craft vendors will ring the square. A skateboard competition will be held throughout the day. A childrens craft area for the kids. History Alley and the Newton County Historical Society Museum will feature period crafts, costumed and demonstrations. The first full weekend in October.

Neosho Fall Festival Autumn Harvest

Address : Historic Neosho Square Neosho MO
Phone : 417-451-8050   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 417-451-8065

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Admission Fee : Free


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