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Jefferson Landing State Historic Site hosting summer backyard concert series

Jefferson Landing State Historic Site invites the public to a summer season of live music on the Lohman Lawn in Jefferson City. This year, the theme is "Dynamic Duos" as the state celebrates 200 years of Missouri state history. The family-friendly concerts begin at 7 p.m. on Saturdays, June 26, July 17 and Aug. 21. This bring-your-own-chair event encourages visitors to bring blankets, lawn chairs and picnic dinners for an evening that captures Missouri's past and present music traditions.
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Sculptures explore Foot District history

A new sculpture series going up in Community Park focuses on bringing light to parts of Jefferson City history not commonly focused on. The Historic Foot District Area Sculpture Series focuses on the experiences of African American Jefferson City residents during the world wars and segregation. The first of seven...
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Mid-Missouri author seeks to benefit charity through new book

Local author and former reporter Michelle Brooks put her knowledge of the history of Mid-Missouri into her new book "Interesting Women of the Capital City," which released June 14. Proceeds from the book, in part, will be given to the Zonta Club of Jefferson City to benefit their Second Chance...
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AWOM announces grants program

Art Works on Main (AWOM), a nonprofit art center that serves all Gasconade County communities and rural areas, is broadening the scope of its Anna Mae Rademacher Memorial Grants-in-Aid Program that aids students pursuing careers as artists. Since 2017, the organization has awarded scholarships to seniors graduating from Hermann and...
Jefferson City,

Movies in the park planned for Columbia and Jefferson City

A summer staple returns in Columbia and Jefferson City: Movies in the park after dark!. Columbia will be showing family-friendly movies in Cosmo Park at least one a month. The first flick will be this Friday, June 11, and is Trolls World Tour. The movie starts at 8:45 p.m. and attendees should bring blankets or lawn chairs.
Jefferson City,

Art becomes her

Gainey, who grew up in the Jefferson City area near the River Moreau, was inspired by her first-grade art teacher to want to be an art teacher herself. The tomboy, who enjoyed …
Jefferson City,

Non-profit theater announces new movie series

Film lovers in Jefferson City can once again catch a flick at Capitol City Cinema. The non-profit theater will start a new film series on June 9th. The first "Classics at the Cinema" will be Charade. The cinema will show a different classic movie every Wednesday at 6:30 pm, until August 25th.