Join us for a retrospective look marking the 30th anniversary of the Great Flood of 1993. The 1993 flood of the Missouri River and its tributaries was undoubtedly record-breaking. In its wake, the Great Flood left a landscape permanently changed. The disaster would go on record as the worst flood in United States history when […]
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 to a descriptive audio tour of each piece. The audio descriptions will guide viewers through the work using descriptive language while weaving in historical and […]
The institution of slavery existed in St. Louis for more than 100 years. Famous African American civil rights leaders such as William Wells Brown, Dred and Harriet Scott, and James […]
Missouri Humanities is excited to welcome the Chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Shelly Lowe. Lowe will give a Keynote Address to discuss the importance of the humanities […]
Celebrating life on the Missouri Prairie during the late 1800s when George Washington Carver was a child, this event will include historic demonstrations, musical groups, children's activities and more.
Celebrating life on the Missouri prairie during the late 1800s when George Washington Carver was a child, this event includes basket weaving, candle-making, spinning, weaving, storytelling, music, quilting, a junior […]
French Colonial America invites you to a Voyageur Rendezvous! Come to Sainte Geneviève for feast, fête and fun! Celebrate the 350th anniversary of Marquette & Jolliet's Mississippi River voyage. Discover the story, savor the food, hear the music. Tickets are $125 per person and include admission, play, food, beverages and parking. Buy a ticket HERE. […]