Typically held the second or third Saturday in October in the Galloway Creek Nature Park, Haunting in the Hollows is an evening for the entire family for an old-fashioned fun. Everyone is encouraged to wear a costume for the spirit of the theme. There will also be food vendors and fun contests to join in if you're up for some good fun!
Put on your best halloween costume and come join the fun! Everyone is welcome to participate this family fun Halloween event. Participating businesses in Downtown will give out candies to trick or treaters so make sure to get the kids involved. Other activities include a cake walk, hay dig, and the Great Pumpkin Race.
If you're looking for a place where you can do all your Christmas shopping, this annual bazaar is the answer. A crafts and arts festival with special holiday gift items, various handicrafts made by local craftsmen, unique goods, great food and a lot more. The Humansville Methodist Church Christmas Bazaar help promote local good and part of the proceeds goes to charity so rest assured that it's money well spent!
Another Missouri festival with a great cause! This annual arts and crafts fair is a fundraiser that benefits the All-Knighter, an yearly all‑night graduation celebration/lock in. The sole purpose of the non-profit is to keep graduating senior students safe at an alcohol/drug-free party while celebrating their great achievements.
Come by for an amazing holiday shopping! A fun crafts and arts fair hosted by the Parkway Alumni Association that supports programs, which will benefit Parkway students and the community. Admission and parking are free! Strollers are allowed too. Enjoy a variety of local handicrafts, original delicacies, and other activities that will make your shopping experience the best one.
Christmas Boutique is where local exhibitors will offer unique holiday crafts and gifts, including jewelry, folk art, hand-sewn items, children’s gifts, jelly and jam, floral arrangements, ornaments, homemade bake goods, and much more. And a few steps away from it the Angel Street Cafe will also be serving delicious homemade soups, chicken salad sandwiches, and heavenly specialty desserts. Surely on of the best Christmas-themed festivals in Missouri!
Enjoy the unique showcase of fiber art display and vendor booths offering handmade wearables, accessories, home decor, yarn, roving, supplies used in weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet, silk scarves, quilted purses, holiday gifts, and more. There will live demonstrations that will be facilitated by the crafters themselves.
Enjoy a large selection of crafts such as embroidery and knitting, jewelry, candles, purses and bags, home and decor, quilts, ceramics, floral items, wood, glass, and metal crafts, furniture, as well as homemade food products like jams and jellies, dips,
Burnt District Festival is one those Missouri festivals that has something for everyone! See vendors of all kinds, exhibits, art demonstrations, and activities for kids and all ages. A parade marks the opening of the festival and there will be a continuou
Explore a variety of unique art from 135 exhibitors as you walk along the Historic Shaw district. Enjoy the pleasant surroundings and architecture, walk your dog, enjoy fare from food vendors and bring the kids for fun in the activity tent. Perfect for th
Missouri Festivals 2015
Missouri is a state filled with talented craftsmen, lively music, and beautiful scenery. Great locations like the Ozark Lakes or the St. Louis Arch provide the perfect backdrop for the many Missouri Festivals held here each year. These festivals celebrate the traditions that have been handed down through the generations. Whether you choose an historical event, Missouri’s Mardi Gras, or a wine harvest celebration, you’re sure to find fun for all ages.