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Coterie to host Fall Coffee Sept. 6

    Coterie of Missouri S&T will host its Fall Coffee on Saturday, September 6 at Christ Church Episcopal, located at 1000 N. Main St. in Rolla. The event will be held from 9-11 a.m. and gives those in the community an opportunity to find out more about Coterie of Missouri S&T, to sign up for interest groups, to catch up with friends and make new ones.

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Quilt Show returning to Gallery Zeke

    The 2nd Annual Show-Me Quilt Show and Vintage Quilt Exhibition, presented by the Steelville Arts Council, is coming to Gallery Zeke next month. The quilt show will be held the first week of September—from September 1 to 7—with competitors vying for prizes in several different categories.

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Harvest Festival schedule announced

     Steelville’s 50th Annual Harvest Festival, sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce, will be held September 2-7. This year’s theme is “50 Magical Years” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the event and there will be activities for everyone to enjoy throughout the week.

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Pilot Knob to host Civil War reenactment in September

    Pilot Knob, MO — Visit the Arcadia Valley September 27th and 28th, where you will step back in time to September of 1864 as the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Pilot Knob is re-enacted at the Historic Fort Davidson State Park, September 27th & 28th in Pilot Knob, MO.
 


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Fester will help pilot B-25 at Sullivan Airport Fly-In

    Free airplane rides for kids will be just one of the exciting events held at the 5th Annual Sullivan Airport Fly-In on Saturday, August 16 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Children aged eight to 16 are welcome to come out for a ride, sponsored by the EAA Young Eagles.

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Church hosting concert on Sunday

    Walter Plant will be performing Sunday, August 10, at the Forest City Christian Church in St. James. The concert will be free to those wanting to be entertained by the gospel pianist.

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