MDC celebrates National Hunting and Fishing Day with special river event
National Hunting and Fishing Day is Sept. 27. Missouri is a great place to hunt and fish, so there's plenty to celebrate. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is holding a special event to commemorate the occasion—A Day at the Confluence, on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Columbia Bottom Conservation Area in Spanish Lake.
Sage makes best rod for Ozark trout
“I own it.” That statement has been the catalyst for countless debates about the finer points of the perfect rod for Ozark trout. Fly fishermen are passionate folks and those participating in the continuous flow of discussions promote the rod that fits them best.
Good news about nuts
I have good news and bad news for those who like to get outdoors in the fall and pick up walnuts. The good news is, Hammons Products, the walnut-buying folks at Stockton, Mo., will pay $14 per 100 pounds of hulled walnuts starting October 1, the most they have ever paid. The bad news is, they expect the walnut crop to be down a little under the average.
Ozark Actors Theatre will present a full weekend of holiday fun for the whole family on Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th.
The Celtic Tenors, a world-renowned vocal group, will perform a holiday show Missouri University of Science and Technology this December. It is the third performance in the 2014-15 Missouri S&T Campus Performing Arts Series.
The production of A Christmas Carol being presented at the Fabulous Fox Theatre on December 12-14 is a family tradition across the country. Since 1979, the Omaha Community Playhouse’s professional touring wing, the Nebraska Theatre Caravan, has delighted audiences nationwide with this holiday tour.