Buckhorn BlueGrass Festival Band Schedule


Buckhorn BlueGrass Festival Flier

Buckhorn BlueGrass Band Line up..
Paige 4-5:30pm
Uncle And the Little Stinkers 5:30-6:30pm
Adam Johnston 6:30-8pm
Steam Boat Bandits 8-9:30pm
The Damn Neighbors 9:30-11pm
Arkansauce 11pm
Dave 4-5pm
Beige Pear 5-6pm
Go on Git 6-7:30pm
GrassFed 7:30-9pm
Chucky Waggs 9-11pm
Opal 11pm

For event details visit https://www.facebook.com/events/282745019339243

35th Annual Cow Days Festival Schedule of Events

35th Annual Cow Days Festival Schedule of Events

Cow Days 2019 (4) (1)


Friday, September 20, 2019

12:00-1:30 p.m.- Pat and The Boys (Country/Rock)
2:00-3:00 p.m.- Donna & Friends (Country/Oldies)
3:30-5:00 p.m.- Flashback (Classic Rock/Rock)
5:30 p.m.- Opening Ceremonies (Invocation by Danny Bassett, National Anthem by Charity Mahurin)
5:30 p.m.- DHS/DMS Royalty Fall Festival Winners Announced
6:30-8:30 p.m.- Sax on the Beach (Variety/R&B/Pop/Current Hits)
9:00-11:30 p.m.- Alderwood (Variety/Country/Rock)

Saturday, September 21, 2019

10:00 a.m.- 2019 Youth Royalty Fall Festival Pageant (Infant to 5th grade)
12:00-1:30 p.m.- Helen Russell & Company (Variety)
2:00-3:00: Dixon Cow Days Fall Festival Parade on W. 2nd Street, downtown Dixon (Grand Marshal Connie Erisman)
*Float & equestrian entries check-in at DHS by 12:00 p.m. for 12:50 judging. Large non-judged vehicles & tractors check-in by 1:00 p.m.; all others by 1:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.- Dixon Cruise-In (on west 2nd Street, near S. Pine St. in front of United Methodist Church)
3:00 p.m.- Future Dixon Dazzlers
3:30 p.m.- Ashley Minzes Destination Dance Studio
4:30-6:00 p.m.- Brad Sloan & Friends (Country)
6:00 p.m.- Close of Silent Auction (Next to Chamber Booth near Main Stage)
6:30-8:30 p.m.- The Baker Band (Country/Comedy)
8:30 p.m.- FREE MERCHANT COW GIVEAWAY & Other Announcements (see area businesses for your free tickets)
8:30 p.m.- Live Auction of Commemorative Cornhole Set
9:00-11:30 p.m.- Five Turn Knot (Variety/Rock/Country/Pop)
10:00 p.m.- PURCHASED TICKET COW GIVEAWAY (tickets available at Chamber Booth)

5:00 p.m.- Arm Wrestling Contests (Sign-ups start at 3:00 p.m.)

Food booths, crafts, music, vendors, games, auction, car show, karaoke, cornhole tournament, kids’ zone & more!
Main Stage sponsored by Axis Rejuvenation, The Bank of Missouri, and The Maries County Bank.
Cow Days Fall Festival is brought to you by Dixon Area Chamber of Commerce & Area Businesses, Sponsored in part by Pulaski County Tourism Bureau

*All times are approximate and subject to change without notice.

For Cow Days Questions email chamber@dixonchamberofcommerce.com

For info visit https://www.facebook.com/DixonAreaChamber


Sesquicentennial Celebration of Richland, Missouri

DATE: August 14, 2019

City of Richland 150th
Richland, MO is about to be 150 years old, and everyone is invited to the birthday party.

On Saturday, Sept. 14, the City of Richland in central Missouri will be hosting a Sesquicentennial Celebration honoring its designation in 1869 as a “city of the fourth class.” Events are planned and shops will be open from 2-8 p.m.

On hand for the celebration will be the Cave State Cruisers classic cars, including Model T’s that will offer rides. Events will include live music a hot dog eating contest, a petting zoo, train rides, a corn hole tournament, balloons for kids, a photo booth, silent auction, games for kids and adults, craft booths, food/drinks/ice cream, and opportunities to see and experience Richland’s “rich” history through poster-sized news clippings, a visit to the H.E. Warren Store, circa 1870, a guided tour of the town’s 50+ year old bank vault, and ice cream at the Brick Emporium, housed in a 1913 restored brick building on Pine Street.



A Surveyor, M. Santee, saw the need for towns along the Southwest Railroad Company. In the fall of 1869, he surveyed and laid out, on both sides of the railroad track, the site that was to become the town of Richland. One of the first buildings was a store erected by Captain H.E. Warren and Sam Gibson. This became the H.E. Warren Store, which is still prominent today.

Named for G.W. Rich, a director of the railroad, Richland has maintained its ties to the railroad, with an active line today.

In the late 1870s, Dr James Titterington erected the Richland Steam and Flouring and Saw Mills. In 1877, the St Louis and San Francisco Railroad gained control of the Southwest Railroad Company and assured the towns being a shipping point between Springfield and St. Louis.

Richland had been incorporated as a village at the beginning of its existence and in 1869 was incorporated as a fourth-class city with its first Mayor being M.W. Rice. By 1890, Richland was a thriving business center with active stores, a band, newspaper, public school, a private academy, churches, lodges, two flouring mills, a sawmill, broom factory, marble works, lumberyard, two hotels and many professional men.

In the early 1930s, two men from Tulsa bought several creek farms west of Richland and began to raise goldfish. In this manner, Ozarks Fisheries, Inc. was established, and it is a global flourishing business today.

The 50+year-old bank vault door that is a work of art.

The 50+year-old bank vault door that is a work of art.

BronzeFest 2K19 Schedule of Events & Vendor List

Bronze Fest 2K19 Promo

Weekend plans! Head to Pulaski County September 7th & 8th for BronzeFest 2K19 ! Held at Ruby's Landing near Waynesville, Bronzefest 2K19 is Ozark Smallmouth Alliances’ premier event! Two days of food, music, fishing, raffles, and seminars! Free.The.Fighter! Plan your Bronzefest weekend at www.PulaskiCountyUSA.com. Purchase your Bronzefest 2K19 tickets today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bronzefest-2k19-tickets-65178168657

Posted by Pulaski County USA, Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center on Thursday, 25 July 2019


22474 Restful Lane
Waynesville, Missouri

September 7 & 8 2019

Benefitting The Fallen Outdoors


September 7th

9:00 a.m.- Gates open
9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.- Vendors and exhibits @Main Pavilion
All Day- Raffles @Big Tent
10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Kids Fishing Derby @ pond by the Pavilion
Prizes for the biggest, smallest and most! (10 and under please) Bring your own gear or use ours!
10:00 a.m. Fly Casting contest-distance and accuracy! @Moonshine Rod Booth
11:00 a.m.- Pitching and flipping Contest @19 Delta Baits Booth
All Day- Fly tying with MAKO @Vendor area
2:00 p.m.- Pitching and flipping contest @19 Delta Baits Booth
4:00 p.m.- Fly Casting contest- distance & accuracy. @Moonshine Rod Booth
5:00 p.m.- Catered dinner by Vidies Catering is served @The Pavilion (included in ticket price)
6:30 p.m.- Raffles end
7:00 p.m.- Raffle drawings
8:00 p.m. until ?- Live Music by the Flat Creek Drifters


September 7th

10:00 a.m.- River Fishing Tactics and Techniques by Bass Pro Shops Pro Stacy Howell @Boat Launch

11:00 a.m.- Science of the Streamer by Jeff Trigg @Community Center

12:00 Noon- Smallmouth Streamer Tactics by Ryan Walker @Boat Launch

1:00 p.m.- River Fishing Tactics and Techniques by Bass Pro Shops Pro Stacy Howell @Boat Launch

2:00 p.m.- Science of the Streamer by Jeff Trigg @Community Center

3:00 p.m.- Smallmouth Streamer Tactics by Ryan Walker @Boat Launch

4:00 p.m.- Stand up paddle boarding [SUP] Basics by ShowMeSUP’s TJ Holman @Boat Launch


19 Delta Baits
Nate Karnes Art
The Fallen Outdoors
Grim Reaper Products and Hunting Dogs
Traq1 Fishing
Stacy Howell Angling
Show Me SUP
MAKO Fly Fishers
Moonshine Rod Company
SOLID Tackle
LeadCo Sinker and Lure Company
On River Thyme
The Ozarks Sportsman’s Box
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau

Get your BronzeFest 2K19 tickets today! Your $20 advance ticket ($25/Gate) includes riverside primitive camping, catered dinner, and all the festivities. Kids under 6 receive FREE admission! (Haunted River Float is NOT included in BronzeFest 2K19 ticket price)

Free. The. Fighter.

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