Dinner out on the town takes on a new meaning when you travel around to sample delicious foods at a variety of local businesses. The 2019 Progressive Dinner, sponsored by the Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce, was held on Tuesday, September 24. The theme was “Fun Down in the Country,” and the event included stops at four Chamber businesses in the community, and the opportunity to enjoy both good food and good conversation.
Did someone say art? Go no further than Steelville for three unique and exciting offerings for the month of October, all sponsored by the Steelville Arts Council.
Members of the Steelville School District Board of Education met on September 18 to conduct business as follows for the district.
- Members approved the agenda and moved into closed session for discussion of legal and personnel matters. During that session, the board approved additions to the list of substitute teachers.
Wee Care Daycare hosted its second fall festival fundraiser on Saturday, September 21 at The Rafting Company. The event featured all sorts of fun family activities, including hay rides to the pumpkin patch, bounce houses, face painting, carnival games, a petting zoo, a car show, cotton candy and popcorn booth, snow cone booth, kettle corn and pork rind booth, other vendor booths, a concession stand, and a silent auction.
Steelville has a new option for eating out: Coco’s Mexican Grill. The Mexican restaurant is located at 501 W. Main Street, and it opened for business on Monday, September 16.
From Sunday through Thursday, food is served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, the restaurant stays open an hour later, until 10 p.m.