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1st Annual Columbia Coin, Currency & Collectibles Show

Columbia Knights of Columbus Hall 2525 N. Stadium Blvd,, Columbia, MO

Aaron Salsman, owner of Midwest Rare Coins & Collectibles, announces the 1st Annual Columbia Coin, Currency & Collectibles Show. The show hours are 9-5 on Saturday and 9-4 on Sunday.  The multi-hobby collectors event will feature local and regional dealers trading in coins, currency, gold, silver, sports cards, sports memorabilia, comics, stamps, and other small …

3rd Annual Midway Heights Craft Market

Midway Heights Baptist Church 6801 W Rollingwood, Columbia, MO, United States

Shop our handcrafted items made by local artisans. Unique finds in every booth! Refresh your Fall decor and get a jump on one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts. Lunch available to purchase on-site.

Event Series Blind Boone 2022 Symposium

Blind Boone 2022 Symposium

The John William “Blind” Boone Heritage Foundation (BCHCC) will be celebrating the legacy of John William “Blind” Boone during its weekend-long event, Blind Boone 2022 Symposium, which takes place across Central Missouri in the three cities where Boone lived and worked. The tour includes Columbia (Friday, Sept 30), Warrensburg (Saturday, Oct 1), and Jefferson City …

5th Annual Salt River Quilt Show

Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site 37352 Shrine Rd., Florida, MO

Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site and the Monroe County Historical Society will be hosting the 2022 Salt River Quilt Show on the weekend of Oct. 1-2, 2022. The quilt show will be held inside the Mark Twain Memorial Shrine at the historic site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, and …

5th Annual Salt River Quilt Show

Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site 37352 Shrine Rd., Florida, MO

Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site and the Monroe County Historical Society will be hosting the 2022 Salt River Quilt Show on the weekend of Oct. 1-2, 2022. The quilt show will be held inside the Mark Twain Memorial Shrine at the historic site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, and …

CelebrARTy 2022

Access Arts 2109 Cottle Drive, Columbia

Join Access Arts for Columbia's most unique fundraising event, CelebrARTy! For this special event, we pair up local celebrities with local artists. Each celebrity gets to pick the medium they want to learn, and we match them with artists who are skilled in those media. The artists teach the celebrities how to make something (paintings, …

$50

T. S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land” Turns 100: Film Screening & Student Creative Work

Center for Missouri Studies 605 Elm St, Columbia, MO

Join us at the Center for Missouri Studies on November 3 for a centennial celebration of T. S. Eliot's poem "The Waste Land" with a new documentary. St. Louis native and international poet T. S. Eliot published his famous poem in October 1922. In partnership with University of Missouri, SHSMO is hosting a free film screening …

Annual Craft Show at Community United Methodist Church

Community United Methodist Church 3301 W Broadway, Columbia, MO, United States

Join us for the Nov. 5 annual Craft Show, featuring 58 tables of hand-crafted items and Global Market fair trade items. Enjoy delicious treats including homemade baked goods, Fair Trade coffee and light lunches. Proceeds from the sale of booths will go outside of the church to mission projects. The show will run from 8 …

Access Arts Holiday Party

800 Moss Street 800 Moss Street, Columbia

Join Access Arts on Sunday, November 13th, anytime between noon and 6 pm for a community Holiday Party! There will be artist vendors, food & drink, music, and more. While the event is completely free to attend, attendees can purchase tickets to participate in the raku firing that will be taking place. With the $30 …

MO Love: Letters from the Archive

Center for Missouri Studies 605 Elm St, Columbia, MO

This true story devised by GreenHouse Theatre Project in collaboration with The State Historical Society of Missouri has cracked open the archives and unearthed one hundred-year-old letters belonging to the writer and Missouri native, Olive Gilbreath McLorn. Her travels abroad and mysterious love affair are at the forefront of this multi-media performance featuring live music …

$18

MO Love: Letters from the Archive

Center for Missouri Studies 605 Elm St, Columbia, MO

This true story devised by GreenHouse Theatre Project in collaboration with The State Historical Society of Missouri has cracked open the archives and unearthed one hundred-year-old letters belonging to the writer and Missouri native, Olive Gilbreath McLorn. Her travels abroad and mysterious love affair are at the forefront of this multi-media performance featuring live music …

$18

Columbia Holiday Makers Market

MU Health Care Pavilion 1769 W Ash St, Columbia

Columbia Holiday Makers Market - Planned by Andrea Lyn Events Join 50+ local vendors, artisans and markers on Sunday, November 20 at the MU Healthcare Pavilion to begin your holiday shopping. More details coming soon!

Event Series Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Christian Fellowship Church 5045 Chapel Hill Road, Columbia

Our Christmas Eve candlelight service is a sweet tradition at Christian Fellowship where we sing Christmas carols, hear an inspirational message, and light candles together. This is a great service for families and will last about an hour. Pick from one of two service times: 5:00pm or 6:30pm Whether you are part of our CF …

Event Series Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Christian Fellowship Church 5045 Chapel Hill Road, Columbia

Our Christmas Eve candlelight service is a sweet tradition at Christian Fellowship where we sing Christmas carols, hear an inspirational message, and light candles together. This is a great service for families and will last about an hour. Pick from one of two service times: 5:00pm or 6:30pm Whether you are part of our CF …

History & Art: George Caleb Bingham & Order No. 11

JEFFERSON LANDING STATE HISTORIC SITE, 100 JEFFERSON 100 Jefferson St, JEFFERSON CITY, United States

The American Civil War has long been understood as a conflict between the North and South, leaving out the Midwest. Perhaps no Midwesterner has suffered more from this lack of understanding than painter, George Caleb Bingham. Through an analysis of Bingham’s controversial painting, Order No. 11 (1868), this talk untangles the complicated legacy of the …