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Crossroads: Change in Rural America at Kearney, MO

Mid-Continent Public Library - Kearney Branch 100 S Platte Clay Wy, Kearney

About the Exhibit: Missouri Humanities, in conjunction with the Smithsonian, are proud to present Crossroads: Change in Rural America. In 1900, about 40% of Americans lived in rural areas, By 2010, less than 18% of the U.S. population lived in rural areas. In just over a century, massive economic and social changes led to massive […]

Ongoing

Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour

Neosho, MO Neosho

Neosho Arts Council is debuting their new Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour. Everyone can now visit the town’s murals in person or online while watching and listening […]

free

Kernels of Culture: Maize Around the World EXHIBITION

Missouri Botanical Garden 4344 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis

Kernels of Culture: Maize Around the World (May 3, 2024 – March 31, 2025) at the Stephen and Peter Sachs Museum at the Missouri Botanical Garden focuses on the complex […]

Free with Garden admission

Hermann Maifest

Hermann, MO

Hermann’s annual celebration of spring is a beloved tradition—one of Missouri’s oldest German festivals. Highlights include Maypole dancers, the Volksplatz marketplace, beer gardens, German music and food, activities for children, and craft demonstrations. Festivities end Sunday afternoon with the Maifest parade.

Free

Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group Monthly Program/Meeting

Black Archives of Mid-America 1722 E. 17th Terr.,, Kansas City, MO

On Saturday, May 18, 2024, at 1:00 pm, the Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group will host its monthly meeting and program at the Black Archives of Mid-America. The 2024 theme, African Americans and the Arts will be explored this month through the lens of poetry with featured guest speaker, Mr. Glenn North. North […]

Free