Tag: Saint Robert

New Year’s Eve Celebrations!

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Christmas has passed…now we are eagerly awaiting the next celebration before the end of 2021!  Looking for an evening out?  Or a place to celebrate?  Pulaski County is a great place to ring in the New Year!! Club Rodeo Midway, 819 Highway Z, Saint Robert. Beginning at 7:00 p.m. with Live Piano Music!!! Call and… Read more »

Saint Robert Taco Trail

Tacos prepared by Route 66 Taco & Wing Company

Tacos aren’t relegated to only Tuesdays or Cinco De Mayo in Pulaski County! Crunch your way through Saint Robert with our handy Taco Trail! Route 66 Taco & Wing Company Route 66 Taco & Wing Company (946 Missouri Avenue, Suite 1, 573-232-1399) opened July 2019 and has gathered a legion of die-hard fans since. They… Read more »

Saint Robert’s Negro U.S.O. Club Chimney Memorial

Rendering of the Negro U.S.O. Club Chimney Memorial in Saint Robert, Missouri upon completion.

By Laura Huffman As any soldier, sailor, airman, or marine will relate, a USO sign is a welcome sight. Pulaski County historian Terry Primas summarizes in his 2005 Old Settlers Gazette article that the familiar logo is a “beacon of comfort” for service members and their families and it continues to “signal support for men… Read more »

Fun & Entertainment in Waynesville-Saint Robert, Missouri

Nestled in the timeless Ozark Mountains, Pulaski County is home to bountiful outdoor recreation activities. The Gasconade & Big Piney rivers call to kayakers, canoeists, and bass fishers. Trout anglers lure browns and rainbows to their lines in downtown Waynesville within view of historic Route 66’s most architecturally beautiful urban arched bridge. Birders explore Missouri… Read more »

Pulaski County USA- Experiences Required!

Experience Pulaski County’s 33 miles of Route 66! The legendary Main Street of America will lead you to: • Ozark Mountain scenic wonders • engineering marvels • nostalgic roadhouses and diners • chef-owned restaurants • trophy trout streams & feisty smallmouth bass fishing • countless acres of Mark Twain National Forest to explore • canoeing… Read more »