Month: September 2022

October 2022 Events

Upcoming Events Occurring in Pulaski County, MO Pulaski County USA Signature Events Notated in Red October 1st: 8th Annual Frog Hill Half Marathon & 10K Run or walk this half marathon or 10K that starts out down Frog Hill, all finishers get a medal. Complete the Leapfrog 5k September 30th and get an extra medal… Read more »

Commercial Jet Service Connects Fort Leonard Wood Region with Dallas and Nashville

Contour Airlines offers Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport introductory fares for $49 each way Smyrna, Tennessee (Sept. 21, 2022)—Contour Airlines today celebrates the company’s largest expansion with the introduction of service in seven markets across the eastern U.S., connecting the small communities to major airports in Charlotte, Dallas, Nashville, and Philadelphia through an interline agreement with… Read more »

New Businesses – September

Pulaski County Visitors Center, Saint Robert, MO

We like to think of Pulaski County as a cool community in the Ozarks. We have friendly and welcoming communities, with thriving downtowns and lots of fun opportunities. The Pulaski County Visitors Center is always excited to share information about area businesses, activities, and opportunities with travelers and locals! Contour Airlines – Pulaski County Contour… Read more »

Extremicon 2022

Extremicon 2022 is September 17 & 18, and is central Missouri’s don’t miss event!   Extremicon is a combination of a Comicon and Horrorcon –  2-full days of celebrity guests, cosplay, cosplay contests, demonstrations, panels, tutorials and a wide range of artists, authors and merch! You may order your tickets online , or purchase at the… Read more »

Dixon Cow Days Fall Festival – 2022

“Step right Up to the Greatest Show”, in Dixon Missouri, September 16th-17th! Two full days of family- fun and awesome live music in central Missouri.   In addition to the great fun, it’s the only festival in Missouri where you have a chance to win a cow!  Yes, a cow! Over the course of 2-days you… Read more »