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Highlights

Monroe City Fall Festival OCTOBER 5

by Adriana Orsini

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ooler temperatures and a warm welcome await you as Monroe City celebrates fall at the fourth annual Monroe City Fall Festival in St. Jude’s park. The Community Betterment Association partnered with Arts in the Park, The Monroe City Chamber of Commerce, Trowel and Trellis Garden Club and many other local businesses and vendors, hope to make this festival the best yet. The charming small town festival features the free entertainment of Liberty Jazz under the gazebo, crafts, children’s activities, a wine and beer tasting, concerts and many vendors. Vendors line the park to sell food, gifts, raise funds for causes and provide information. Children enjoy numerous free activities such as bounce houses, craft booths and children’s games. A petting zoo will be provided by Heidi’s Lil’ Ranch of Hunnewell, which features a wide spread of fuzzy and feathered attractions. A scarecrow competition is free and open to all area businesses, families and individuals. The Trowel and Trellis Garden Club of Monroe City organize the contest.

“Caring and Sharing Through Christ Our Lord Since 1972”

The festival is set to the sounds of Liberty Jazz, of Mexico, which includes a lively mix of jazz ranging from patriotic and religious tunes to swing. New this year, the Chamber of Commerce has organized and sponsored a “Taste of Fall,” which will feature several local wineries, breweries and restaurants that will sample and sell some of their favorite wines, brews and appetizers. This event is open to those 21 and up and requires a ticket, which may be purchased at a discount online at www.ShowClix.com (keyword Monroe City Taste of Fall) or at the gate. A Cornhole Tournament, sponsored by the Promiseland Family Church, will also take place during the day. Teams may register online at promiselandcdc.webs.com or by contacting Janice Holliday at (573) 629-7415 or (573) 735-3388. The cost to register a team is $30. Register before Sept. 30 to receive the early bird special registration price of $25 per team. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three participating teams. We look forward to your visit.

Saturday, September 21

AppleFest

11am – 2pm

COMMUNITY BLOCK PARTY

• Inflatable games • Caramel apples, hot dogs, popcorn, soda • Live music • Games • Crafts • Dunking booth (dunk the pastor) • And much more!

Fun for the whole family! Everyone is welcome IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 3600 McMasters Avenue Hannibal, MO 573-221-5119 immanuel@ibcministries.com

Retirement and Nursing Center 3170 Hwy 61, Hannibal, MO 63401

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September 2013 Your Regional Entertainment Guide

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