Pulaski County Visitors Center Resumes Weekend Hours
The Pulaski County Visitors Center is kicking off the travel season with two special guests!
Friday, May 28th features a book signing event, 3 PM until 5 PM, with former Mayor Luge Hardman. “Small-Town Mayor”. Her memoir is an enjoyable read and shares her insight into serving the community of Waynesville, MO. Books are $20, cash only. “Small Town Mayor” is also available at Lost In The Woods Antiques, Waynesville, MO, or on Amazon. Be sure to connect with Luge on her Facebook Page – Small-Town Mayor.
On Saturday, May 29th, 5-time author, JB King will be at the Center to meet, greet and sign from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM. He is sure to share a story or two! His latest book “Tales from the Blue II” is full of more great stories from his career with the Missouri Highway Patrol. All 5 books are available at the Pulaski County Visitors Center, cash and credit cards are accepted. Books are also available at Eclectic Originals, Waynesville MO, through JBKingBooks.com and on Amazon. You will also want to connect with the “Frozen Tears” Facebook Group, for discussions on the True Crime book detailing the 1977 murders in Pulaski County, MO.
The Pulaski County Visitors Center summer travel hours resume this weekend. Open Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM, Saturday and Sundays 9 AM to 3 PM. Our Missouri State Affiliate Welcome Center is located along Interstate 44, north of Exit 169 (137 St Robert Blvd., St. Robert, MO) The Center features 3 rooms of information on tourist attractions throughout Missouri with a focus on Pulaski County, and is a valuable resource for both travelers and locals. The Center gift shop features books from other local authors; Terry Primas, Dan Slais, and Ron Long, as well as several of Route 66 historian Jim Hinkley’s books.
The Tourism Bureau administrative offices remain open Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. To learn more about the Tourism Bureau activities and Partner Programs visit the Industry Section of our website.