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Sedalia Area Chamber & Visitors Bureau 600 East 3rd Street Sedalia, MO 65301

1-800-827-5295 www.visitsedaliamo.com

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American Inn 1217 S. Limit, (660) 826-2488 - 30 rooms, ADA accessible.

Best Western 3120 S. Limit (660) 826-6100 • (800) 528-1234 - 117 rooms, restaurant, continental breakfast, lounge, indoor pool, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Super 7 5650 S. Limit, (660) 827-0215, (800) 675-2518 - 24 rooms, group rates. Shuttle service to local airport and Amtrak train station. Comfort Inn 3600 W. Broadway, (660) 829-5050, (800) 228-5150 - 76 rooms, continental breakfast, indoor pool, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Econo Lodge 3501 W. Broadway, (660) 826-8400 - 116 rooms, restaurant, lounge, banquet room, ballroom, community area with big screen TV, business center, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible. Holiday Inn Express 4001 W. Broadway, (660) 826-4000 (800) 465-4329 - 76 rooms, continental breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, business center, fitness center, meeting rooms, call for group rates, ADA accessible.

Katy Depot Heritage Site 600 East Third Street (660) 826-2392

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April - December Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. January - March Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Hotel Bothwell 103 E. Fourth, (660) 826-5588 - 48 rooms, restaurant, continental breakfast, lounge, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Stardust Motel 4710 S. Limit, (660) 826-8662 - 13 rooms. Call for more information. American owned.

Sunset Motel 3615 S. Limit, (660) 826-1446 - Call for more information. Super 8 Motel 3402 W. Broadway, (660) 827-5890, (800) 800-8000 - 87 rooms, continental breakfast, group rates, high-speed wireless, ADA accessible, large vehicle parking.

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Georgetown Country View Estates 22378 Highway H, (660) 826-7468 - Quite get-a-way in a historic location! Featuring continental/full breakfast, TV, pool, hot tub, pool table, private baths in each room and exercise rooms.

Georgetown Inn 22166 Highway H, (660) 826-3941 - Country breakfast, children welcome, TV, no smoking inside. 1842 comfortable historic home, minutes from downtown.

This is from one of the many historic displays the Depot features on a rotating basis throughout the year.

Sedalia is a product of the

railroad...For more than a century, Sedalia’s history and fortunes were tied to the railroads. Railroads brought prosperity and urban industrial culture. The Katy Depot is both a symbol and an artifact of this story. Journey through an “excursion destination” like no other...

• The story behind this beautifully restored Historic Landmark • A time when the Katy Complex was the center of town • A stroll through the Sedalia of yesteryear • People and times that shaped our past • Katy Trail Trailhead and Booty Board • Train Room just for kids • Rolling stock of public sculpture and Memorial Garden • Traveling exhibits throughout the year • Special event and guest presentations • Gifts, souvenirs and tasty treats • Welcome Center services • Guided group tours by appointment ...entertain your imagination and create a memorable life experience!

www.katydepotsedalia.com


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Campgrounds

Countryside RV Park 5464 HWY 65 South, (660)

827-6513 - RV sites, electricity, toilet facilities, showers, handicap accessible, picnic tables, dump station, storm shelter, laundry, meeting room

Chaplin’s RV’s 22415 Main Street, (660) 826-8549, (888) 816-4663, 660-596-2842 - Pull Thru Sites, 30-50 amp electricity, open year round.

Missouri State Fairgrounds 2503 West 16th Street (660) 827-8150 • 1-800-422-FAIR

Museum Hours

During the Missouri State Fair Only — 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Group tours require advanced notice. Admission is free. Museum Phone: 660-827-8120

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he Fairground’s 396 acres, listed on the National Register of Historic Districts, are the home of over 2,200 campsites and modern convention and agricultural facilities. From the Varied Industries Building, built in 1903, to the Missouri Department of Conservation building finished in 2005, the nationally recognized architecture on the Fairgrounds is unduplicated. The Womans Building, built in 1910 houses the State Fair Museum. The Fairgrounds host a variety of events throughout the year, including livestock shows, camping rallies, sporting events, and races. The Katy Trail State Park runs along the south side of the Fairgrounds and is within biking distance of the campsites.

Year-round events include all types of livestock shows, special events, festivals and camper/RV jamborees.

“It’s a Show-Me Thing” 2011 Fair - August 11 - 21 2012 Fair - August 10 - 20

www.mostatefair.com Museum Website: www.mostatefairfoundation.org

Happy Acres RV Park 22527 HWY 65 North, (660) 826-4046 - Call for information.

Missouri State Fairgrounds HWY 65 & 16th Streets, (660) 827-8150 - RV sites, tent sites, electricity, toilet facilities, showers, store nearby, handicap accessible, near the Katy Trail State Park.

Transportation

Sedalia Regional Airport — 1900 East Boonville (660) 826-4128 Hours: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily Amtrak — 1-800-USA-RAIL American Auto Rental — 2101 South Limit (660) 827-5200 A+ Victory Shuttle — (660) 221-7783 B & L Shuttle — (660) 221-4406 The Bus — (660) 826-4212

Radio Stations

KPOW 97.1 FM – Classic Rock KDRO 1490 AM – Country KSIS 1050 AM – News / Talk KSDL 92.3 FM – Rock KXKX 105.7 – Country

Weather

Time and Temperature — (660) 827-3111 Weather Forecast — (660) 826-5747 Road Information — 1-800-222-6400

Emergency

Emergencies — 911 Cellular: *55 for Highway Patrol Bothwell Regional Health Center — (660) 826-8833 Sedalia Police Department — (660) 826-8100 Missouri State Highway Patrol — (660) 530-5515


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The Depot Store has light snacks and beverages, restrooms, water fountains, overnight parking, custom souviners and Agri Missouri foods. Our friendly, courteous and knowledgeable staff are ready to offer directions, assistance or information.

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Depot at 600 East Third Street and the equine trailhead on Clarendon Road just south of the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

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ocated at 22299 Sacajawea Road. This modern, 70 stall equine facility offers four different boarding packages from stalls with attached outdoor paddocks to pasture boarding. The stables can provide hourly or daily rental of an outdoor or in-door lighted arena. Riding trails are available on the property with convenient access to the Katy Trail and beyond. For more information, call (660) 829-HORSE (4677).

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Daum Museum of Contemporary Art

State Fair Community College Campus 3201 W. 16th Street • (660) 530-5888

Daum Museum of Contemporary Hours Art opened in 2002 on the campus Tuesday - Friday 11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. of State Fair Community College. The Daum collects, preserves, Saturday & Sunday 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. interprets, and exhibits modern and contemporary works of art. It houses Admission is free. nine exhibition galleries on three levels with a combined area of 9,300 Self-guided tours square feet. Through its collections, are available free of exhibitions, programs, and publicacharge, as well as tions, the Daum sheds light on the guided tours upon stimulating complexity of request. contemporary art. The museum offers a temporary-exhibition series that changes three times a year. Exhibitions range from monographic surveys of nationally recognized artists, to group shows that explore a shared theme, to the recognition of regional artists who merit wider appreciation. The museum also exhibits selections from its permaViolet Chandelier nent collection, which includes by Dale Chihuly diverse paintings, drawings, prints, works in clay, and sculpture created since the mid-20th century. It features works by Andy Warhol, Dale Chihuly, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Motherwell, Peter Voulkos, Louise Bourgeois, and Betty Woodman. "Cathedral Spires and Rocks, Yosemite" by Ansel Adams

www.daummuseum.org

Warsaw, MO

30 miles south of Sedalia on 65 Highway…

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he heart of Truman Lake and Lake of the Ozarks. Whether you like indoor or outdoor activities, shopping or relaxing Warsaw has it all! Drake Harbor Recreation Area provides a beautiful riverside setting for events throughout the year, as well as scenic lighted walking paths, playground area, horseshoe pits and boat access to Lake of the Ozarks. Truman Lake Mountain Bike Park opened in 2008, offers over 10 miles of mountain bike and hiking trails with additional trails being added. Warsaw is also home to historic Joe Dice Swinging Bridge, one of the last remaining swinging bridges in Missouri. The bridge has been renovated and opened as a pedestrian/biking path and is part of our riverwalk. If shopping is your pleasure then visit our award winning Downtown and experience a variety of restaurants and antique/unique shops, which overlooks Drake Harbor and the riverfront trails system. While you’re in town don’t forget to visit Truman Dam Overlook and Visitor Center, Lost Valley Fish Hatchery, Shawnee Bend Golf Course… and so much more! www.welcometowarsaw.com

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Cole Camp, MO

17 miles south of Sedalia on Highway 65 then east on MO-52 for four miles.

Cole Camp was established in

1839 at the convergence of the Butterfield Trail and Boonville Road. German immigrants from the lowlands settled here and their influence has helped shape the town throughout it’s history. One of the first battles of the Civil War was fought in Cole Camp and numerous historic sites surround the area. A special weekend, June 18 and 19, has been set aside to commemorate the Battle of Cole Camp. The quaint Downtown is a National Historic District which at one time harbored “Battle Row,” that consisted of 12 taverns frequented by rowdy railroad workers, farmers and woodsmen. The wild times of the past have been replaced by restaurants, gourmet and speciality shops, antiques, art galleries, the Cole Camp museum and of course a bar or two. Spend a relaxing day strolling through the small town taking in the sites, then enjoy a glass of wine or a fine meal to cap off the experience.

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February 21—A Taste of Cole Camp March 26—WurstFest Train Trip April 2—All Fools Day Irish Pub Crawl May 15—R.E. Harris Memorial Golf Tournament May 21—Kites Over the Prairie June 3 & 4 Cole Camp BBQ Cook Off June 4— City Wide Garage Sales • Antique & Classic Car Show Cole Camp Motorcycle Show June 11—German Singing Festival (Saengerfest) June 18 & 19—Commemorate the Battle of Cole Camp July 23—Zucchini Races September 8, 9, 10—Cole Camp Fair October 8—Oktoberfest • Tour De Clabbertown & Jim Maxwell Bicycle Show November 19—Christbaum Festival December 2—“Olde Tyme Christmas” Pyrmont • Christmas Lighting & Caroling

For information on lodging or on any of our festivities, please call 660-668-2295 or visit us online... www.colecampmissouri.com

The Sedalia Murals Pettis County Courthouse

415 South Ohio • (660) 826-5000

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uilt in 1924, the Courthouse proudly displays the Circuit Courtroom Murals. Barbara Manes Campbell, St. Louis muralist and oil painting restorationist, was commissioned to restore the 100-year old painting of Lady Justice behind the Judge’s bench and to paint murals for the remaining panels in the courtroom depicting the history of Pettis County from the early 1800s to the present. Lady Justice, first hung in the former Courthouse, built in 1884 and destroyed by fire June 10, 1920. It was saved from the fire, but had never been cleaned and restretched. After the restoration of Lady Justice in 1997, Campbell then began the mural project and completed them in 2002.

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ocated in the Sedalia Municipal Building at 200 South Osage, the murals are open for viewing from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except public holidays. Eric James Bransby, a 20th century American painter, educator, and an authority on the history and technique of mural painting, was commissioned in 1976 to execute the Sedalia murals. A mural must first enhance architecture, then tell a story. Our murals mirror Sedalia—a community drawing from the wisdom of the past and constantly looking with vision to the future. For more information, call (660) 827-3000.


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he elegant facades which grace the streets and avenues of the Downtown Sedalia Historic District date back to Sedalia’s ‘great building era’ which, in 1871, resulted in the construction of 22 brick buildings. This era was sparked in 1866 when Christopher Demuth and W. B. Adams established the town’s first brickyard. The Downtown Sedalia Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1993. Continued removal of 1960s aluminum sheathing on many of the buildings has revealed the beautiful historic architecture you see today. In Septembr 2006 Sedalia was selected as a Missouri DREAM community, an initiative that will assist in the redevelopment and revitalization efforts of Sedalia’s Historic Downtown area.

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Clinton, MO

From Sedalia 44 miles. Take Hwy. 65 south to Hwy 52 West (660) 885-2123

We are Clinton, Missouri, where small-town life

is still alive and well. From the trail head of the Katy Trail to the shores of Truman Lake, from our Historic Square to our welcoming Hotels and Inns, we invite you to come be our guest. This Golden Valley in which we live offers a multitude of opportunities for you to connect with our natural surroundings, so if you are a hunter or fisher, biker or hiker, or even a professional shopper, come see what Historic Clinton has to offer. Visit our amazing Henry County Museum, dine with us, and let us show you that We are Clinton, and we are great people, by nature.

www.clintonmo.com


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Over the years, the fairgrounds have been the scenes Once the County Seat, Georgetown

Georgetown Country View Estates

is located 4 miles north of Sedalia on Highway H.

Built in 1869 by Elisha W. Brown a local banker in

Sedalia. Mr. Brown died in 1870 and was buried somewhere on the 80 acres. The County of Pettis bought the house and the 80 acres in 1894 to be used as a poor farm. It was abandoned in 1988. In 1990 was purchased from the county and operates as Georgetown Country View Estates Bed and Breakfast.

The home of General George R. Smith was built from

bricks made on the property. Construction was started in 1842 and completed in 1847. In 1849, the home became Georgetown Female Academy, a girl’s school for his daughters and other young ladies of the town. The first teacher was hired from Boston. Today it serves as the Georgetown Bed & Breakfast.

The little white church

in Georgetown was built in 1895 and named “Stokes Chapel,” and is still in use today.

Built in 1895 was the

only two-room school in Pettis County teaching grades one through eight. Electricity was added sometime after 1924. It closed in 1968, and now serves as the Georgetown Community Center.

of many of Sedalia’s most memorable moments including an airplane exhibition in 1909 by brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright. The Missouri State Fairgrounds Historic District contains a significant collection of early 20th century buildings and properties, which were added as Missouri's first and only permanent state fairgrounds expanded and evolved during its first 40 years, 1901-1941. Four of the original frame buildings constructed on the grounds burned in1904 and between 1903 and 1906 several brick buildings, still in service, were built for use as exhibition centers. The architectural styles range from eclectic variations of Romanesque Revival and other classical forms to Art Deco/Art Moderne, while the brick exposition buildings and animal barns are clearly linked by common elements of design and other details of materials, workmanship, setting, size, association and proximity. Blue prints and historic photographs confirm that all of the most significant structures are relatively unaltered to moderately altered.

Discover Sedalia’s history by taking a stroll along Sedalia’s Heritage Trial. Pick up a free brochure and at our Welcome Center located at 600 East Third Street.

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Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site

19349 Bothwell State Park Road (660) 827-0510

Summer Hours

April 1 - September 15 Tours offered on the hour.

Mon, Thurs, & Sat.    10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. No tours Tues. or Wed.

Winter Hours

Sept. 16 - March 31

Tours offered on the hour. Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. No Tours Mon. - Thurs.

Adults $4.00, Children 6 - 12 $2.50 (rates subject to change) Tours begin on the hour. Group tours require one week advance notice. Facility is not ADA accessible.

Sitting high atop a scenic bluff eight miles north on Highway 65, the massive, stone Bothwell Lodge was built between 1897 and 1928 by one of Sedalia’s greatest benefactors, John Homer Bothwell. It was, in fact, Bothwell’s efforts that eventually landed the Missouri State Fair and the Missouri Pacific shops in Sedalia. Bothwell Regional Health Center and the Hotel Bothwell also owe their existence to this visionary philanthropist.

Now a State Historic Site, the Lodge is open for tours. The state park surrounding the Lodge, formerly Mr. Bothwell’s Stony Ridge Farm, is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to sunset and features picnic areas, a hiking trail, playground and recreational equipment.

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Blazing The Trail The Heritage Trail begins at the Katy Depot and winds

six miles through Sedalia’s Historic Downtown District past the famous Maple Leaf Club site where Scott Joplin played and composed ragtime, by historic churches, the Carnegie Library, and along Liberty “Association” Park were the first fairs were held, and the County Historic Museum, then on to the State Fairgrounds Historic District, to the Daum Art Museum and the final piece of the journey travels along the former Katy Main Line Railroad track as it has been transformed into the Katy Trail. A self-guided tour brochure helps you Blaze the Trail. Traveling the Heritage Trail will give you a sense of how Sedalia began and how it has grown during the past 150 years. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Sedalia Area Farmer’s Market The Farmer’s Market is open May through October,

Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 109 West Main St. in downtown Sedalia, and Tuesdays 2 to 6 p.m. at the new location on south Highway 65. For more information call (660) 827-1845 or check us out online at www.sedaliaareafarmersmarket.com


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from Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. It is a summer Collegiate Baseball League which operates ten teams throughout the midwest. The League provides a venue for college players who wish to develop their skills to enter the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. League athletes are unpaid and operated in a similar manner to a professional minor league team. 660-287-4722 www.sedaliabombers.com • jud@sedaliabombers.com

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entral Plain Football League Champions for the past three years and members of the American Professional Football League 660-287-6483 • 660-281-4468 • www.cpflfootball.com

State Fair Community College Roadrunner Basketball

Men’s & Women’s Basketball • Women’s

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The MINK League is composed of teams

The Katy Bear.

Pettis County Museum

228 Dundee Ave • (660) 829-3102

Summer Hours

March 1 - October 31 Wednesday– Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Other times by appointment.

Volleyball 3201 West 16th • Sedalia, MO 65301 • 660-530-5380 www.sfccmo.edu

Admission is free, but donations are requested to maintain the facility.

LA Raceway

Group tours require advance notice.

LA Raceway is a 3/8 mile clay oval located 12 miles west of Sedalia on Highway Y featuring Sprints, Street Stocks, Modified and Hobby Stocks. Seating for 3,000 plus full concessions. 11649 Highway Y • LaMonte MO 65337 660-563-9878 • www.laraceway.com

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the Historical Society to preserve the rich and vast history of Pettis County, the Museum was opened to the public in 2006 as a place to display historic items. Programs and fundraisers are also held throughout the year.

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acing enthusiasts can enjoy weekly racing on the half-mile dirt track at State Fair Speedway on the Missouri State Fairgrounds starting in April The series will feature 360 Sprint cars, Late-Models and A-Modifieds. For more information contact Jason Bodenhammer at 816-522-8343.

Pettis County Museum

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Sedalia Legacy Tour … Learn a colorful legacy of the early 1900’s railroad culture at the Katy Depot. A costumed guide for Scott Joplin ragtime site and South Ohio the destination of the drovers of the legendary Texas Cattle drives glamorized by the “Rawhide” television series. Lunch in the historic Katie building “Nostaliga” with the clothing of the ages program. Ragtime Festival … Every June, Sedalia honors Scott Joplin’s contributions to its history with numerous indoor and outdoor venues, featuring concerts, dance lessons, and musical symposia. Each day of the Festival offers free concerts under tents, on street corners, in the parks. Ticketed concerts are held in climate controlled indoor music halls. Otterville’s Bluff Tour … Visit the site that on July 7, 1876, Frank and Jesse James, Cole, Jim and Bob Younger and the gang robbed the Missouri Pacific Railroad at the “Rocky Cut” near Otterville, Missouri. Visit the still visible Civil War Bunkers.

Biking the Katy Trail … If you prefer the back

roads, the quaint village, the family owned historic inn, if you prefer unique places that most people have never heard of-you must ride the Katy Trail!

Railroad Heritage Exhibit … The Katy Depot

represents a nontraditional approach to Sedalia’s Railroad Heritage. Period buildings serve as exhibit cases. Each building contains graphic panels and artifact windows telling the story of the railroad influence on Sedalia.

Farm Tour … Visit a working farm as a group, see the

equipment needed to manage this small acreage, eat lunch in the barn, cooked on a grill by the cattlemen. Group information contact: cvb@sedaliamo.org Visitor information available at the following locations: Sedalia Katy Depot, 600 East Third Caboose located on South Highway 65 MO State Fairgrounds Mathewson Exhibition Center 2503 West 16th Street Amtrak Depot, North Ohio at Pacific Street Participating merchants

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North 65 Café 22938 N. Hwy 65 (660) 829-3322 Papa Jake's Donut Shop 1200 W. 16th (660) 826-6176 Papa John's Pizza 2915 W. Broadway (660) 826-6698 www.papajohns.com Papa Murphy's 3040 W. Broadway (660) 827-5551 www.papasfavorite.com Patricia's Mexican & More 3000 S. Limit (660) 827-4141 www.patriciasinc.com Perkins Family Restaurant 1100 S. Limit (660) 826-1491 www.perkinsrestaurants.com Pizza Hut 1422 S. Limit (660) 827-1111 www.pizzahut.com Rawhide BBQ 1700 E. Broadway (660) 221-6799 Rustic Pantry 4455 S. Limit Ave (660) 827-3070 Ryan's Steakhouse 3404 W. Broadway (660) 826-1500 www.ryans.com Santiagos 1716 W. 9th (660) 829-2208 Sassy's Soda Shoppe 118 E. Main Seasonal Scoop's Frozen Custard 21770 W. Highway 50 (660) 829-4950 Sedalia Family Diner 1975 W. Broadway Blvd (660) 827-4300 Sonic Drive-In 2800 S. Limit (660) 829-1211 www.sonicdrivein.com Sonic Drive-In 300 W Broadway Blvd (660) 826-1114 www.sonicdrivein.com Starbucks 3040 W. Broadway (660) 829-0296 www.starbucks.com State Fair Carousel Dining 3120 S. Limit (660) 829-6100 State Fair Community College Food Services 3201 W. 16th (660) 530-5800 Subway 2750 S. Limit (660) 829-4439 www.subway.com Subway 3040 W. Broadway (660) 826-1964 www.subway.com Table of 5 Catering 12508 Longwood Road (660) 864-7461 www.tableof5catering.com Taco Bell 820 S. Limit (660) 826-9147 www.tacobell.com Wendy's 1301 S. Limit (660) 827-2220 www.wendys.com Wheel Inn 2103 S. Limit (660) 826-5177 Wine and More 122-124 S Ohio (660) 826-9463 www.mywineandmore.com Wood's Supermarket Deli 701 East Broadway (660) 826-3509 www.woodssupermarket.com


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3129 W. Broadway (660) 829-3530 http://visitendzonesportsbar.com/ Fortune Palace 3005 S. Limit 660) 826-3299 Golden Corral 2004 W. Broadway (660) 829-1358 www.goldencorral.com Goody's Steak Burgers 901 S. Limit (660) 826-2828 Griff's Hamburgers 209 E. Broadway (660) 827-0186 Hardee's 715 E. Broadway (660) 826-3559 www.hardees.com Hardee's 1400 S. Limit (660) 826-0370 www.hardees.com Ivory Grille 317 S. Ohio (660) 829-0060 Inside the Historic Hotel Bothwell www.theivorygrille.com Ivy Cottage Tea Room 217 S. Ohio (660) 826-6600 www.ivycottagetearoom.com Jimmy John's 2923 W. Broadway (660) 827-5646 www.jimmyjohns.com Katy Trail Café 108 W. 16th Street (660) 827-3833 Kehde's Barbeque 20th & Limit (660) 826-2267 Kentucky Fried Chicken 1513 S. Limit (660) 826-6912 King's Chef Buffet 2923 W. Broadway 660) 827-3388 www.kingschefrestaurant.com LeMaire's Cajun Catfish & Seafood House 3500 W. Broadway (660) 827-0100 Little Big Horn Cattle Co. 1629 W. Main (660) 826-8194 Little Ceasars Pizza 2933 W. Broadway (660) 826-9450 www.littlecaesars.com Long John Silver's 922 S. Limit (660) 826-0880 www.longjohnsilvers.com Lucky Chinese 2700 W. Broadway (660) 826-8880 Maple Leaf Tea Room 104-114 W. Main (660) 826-8383 www.currysgiftsandmapleleaf.com Mazzio's Italian Eatery 1613 S. Limit 660) 827-9999 www.mazzios.com McDonald's 3101 W. Broadway (660) 827-6411 www.mcdonalds.com McDonald's 1611 S. Limit (660) 827-2733 www.mcdonalds.com McGrath's 2901 W. Broadway (660) 826-9902 Mighty Melt Sandwich & Spud Shop 2402 W. Broadway (660) 827-2290 Mr. Goodcents Subs 3400 W. Broadway (660) 826-7900 www.mrgoodcents.com Napoli's Italian Restaurant 150 S. Limit Ave (660) 826-7777 www.napolis.net

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December 3, 2010 - April 3 2011________ New*Now highlights additions made to the Daum’s permanent collection during the past two years. Selections focus on new acquisitions in the ceramics and print collections, including work by Sun-Koo Yuh, Sergei Isupov, Robert Rauschenberg, Terry Winters, and Carroll Dunham. February 5 - May 29, 2011_________ Douglass Freed, Paintings, 1975 - 2010 Daum Museum of Contemporary Art - State Fair Community College Campus This retrospective traces Freed’s consistent exploration of abstraction. February 8, 2011_______ Jazz & Ragtime Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School. 7:00 p.m. Free-will donation. For more information - 660-826-2271. February 18 & 19, 2011_________ NFPBR Bullriding Mathewson Exhibition Center - 8:00 p.m. Doors open 6:30 p.m. Adults $12, Child $6


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500 South Ohio (660) 829-1286 www.5thstreetbrewpub.com Applebee's 3320 W. Broadway (660) 827-9910 www.applebees.com Arby's Restaurant 2701 W. Broadway (660) 829-4072 www.arbys.com Bandana's Bar-B-Q 2909 W. Broadway (660) 851-0610 www.bandanasbbq.com Bar-B-Que Pit Stop 1022 Thompson Blvd. (660) 826-3635 Barb's East End Restaurant 1201 E. Third (660) 826-0733 Baskin Robbins 3040 W. Broadway (660) 829-3110 www.baskinrobbins.com Bing's Bakery and Deli 1400 S Limit (660) 826-5576 Brick Front Grill 3007 West Broadway (660) 530-4052 http://brickfrontgrill.com Burger King 1101 S. Limit (660) 826-1411 www.bk.com Calgaro's Family Pizzeria 3031 Clinton Rd (660) 827-5111 Casey's Carry Out Pizza 1601 E. Broadway (660) 826-0722 www.caseys.com Casey's Carry Out Pizza 716 W. 16th Street (660) 827-3811 www.caseys.com China King Restaurant 1511 S. Limit (660) 826-4668 City Limit Bar & Grill 3501 W. Broadway (660) 826-4300 Inside Truman Inn & Suites www.trumaninnsedaliamo.com Colton's Steak House & Grill 4101 W. Broadway (660) 829-3737 Copper Wolfe Ice Cream Parlor/Deli 420 S. Ohio (660) 851-0075 Country Bumpkin Catering 1106 1/2 W. Main (660) 827-3615 Country Kitchen 2001 S. Limit (660) 826-2001 www.countrykitchenrestaurants.com Dairy Queen 1401 S. Limit (660) 826-2301 www.dairyqueen.com Daisy Dukes & Cowboy Boots 21744 West Hwy 50 (660) 826-5500 Denny's 2401 W. Broadway (660) 829-3704 www.dennys.com Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que 4860 S Limit Ave (660) 827-3344 www.dickiedoobbq.com Domino's Pizza 3200 S. Limit (660) 829-3030 www.dominos.com Eddie's Drive In 115 W. Broadway (660) 826-0155 El Espolon 2400 S. Limit (660) 829-1723 El Tapatio 1705 W. Broadway (660) 827-5553 www.vivaeltapatio.com Encore Catering 1903 North Limit (660) 827-5333


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August 27, 2011_____________ Sedalia Historic District Criterium An estimated 300 cyclists from all over the country will take to the streets of downtown Sedalia for the Fifth Annual Sedalia Historic District Criterium, a USA Cycling-sanctioned race. For more information email Ebby Norman at ebby@pro-velo.com. November 13 & 14, 2011___________ Show Me Crafters Craft Show Ag Building, Missouri State Fairgrounds 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. For information - 660-826-3167. November 24, 2011___________ Thanksgiving Lighting & Fireworks Extravaganza Traditional Christmas music prior to the fireworks display synchronized to music in downtown Sedalia. For details call (660) 827-7388 December 3, 2011_____________ Hometown Christmas Don’t miss the Annual Christmas Parade hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce. The © Sydney Brink parade traditionally has over 100 entries and lasts for about two hours. For more information call 660-826-2222 or visit www.sedaliachamber.com

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March 12 & 13, 2011_______________ Show Me Crafters Craft Show Ag Building, Missouri State Fair Grounds 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. More information - 660-826-3167. April 2, 2011 ________________ Liberty Center Associations for the Arts presents...ART AUCTION Call 660-827-3103 for more information or www.lcaasedalia.com. April 18, 2011_______________ James Cockman III, Pianist Pianist Dr. James Cockman III in concert at Smith-Cotton High School Auditorium • Tiger Pride Ave. • 7:30 p.m. $10 at the door. April 26-30, 2011____________ “Urinetown” Parental guidance suggested. Presented by State Fair Community College’s Plywood Players. April 26-30, 7:30 p.m.; April 30, Dinner Theatre, 6:30 p.m.; May 1, 2 p.m. April 14 – May 8, 2011____________ State Fair Community College Student Art Show Annual exhibition of approximately 50 students showing close to 100 pieces of artwork in a variety of media. For more information call 660-530-5800. April 30 & May 1, 2011______ Show Me Gourd Festival Nationally recognized gourd artists will be showing and selling their gourd art. Ag Building Missouri State Fair- 2010 Chairman’s Award grounds. Admission $3 Bert Petrie


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May 1, 2011____________ Sedalia Chorale Spring Concert Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School, 3:00 p.m. May 7, 2011____________ Spring Bijou at Bothwell Lodge Movie - 8:30 p.m. Call Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site office for more information 660-827-0510 June 1-5, 2011____________ Scott Joplin Ragtime Music Festival This festival draws musicians and visitors from all over the globe. For more information call 866-218-6258 or www.scottjoplin.org. June 11 & 12, 2011________ Sunrise Optimist Tractor Cruise Tractor enthusiasts ride their tractors on a two-day event through the Mid-Missouri country-side. For details call 660-287-5851. June 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, & 28, 2011_______ Sedalia Concert Band The Sedalia Concert Band, in its 114th season will perform during the summer at Liberty Park. For more information call 660-8261383. Free admission.

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June 17 & 18, 2011________ Blues & BBQ Festival The annual state champion BBQ contest and Blues Music Festival at the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Family entertainment and great BBQ. For more information call 660-221-2080. www.mobluesandbbq.com Monday, July 4, 2011____________ 4th of July Celebration Activities include Firecracker Run, car show and fireworks display in the evening starting around 9 p.m. For more information call 660826-4930. July 15-17, 2011_______ R. Woolery Memorial Pow-Wow This authentic-intertribal American Indian gathering features three days of native American culture on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. For more information, call 660-826-5608. August 11-21, 2011___________ Missouri State Fair Celebrate the traditions of our family farms and experience the magic of new millennium entertainment. For more information call 800-422-3247 or www.mostatefair.com.


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May 1, 2011____________ Sedalia Chorale Spring Concert Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School, 3:00 p.m. May 7, 2011____________ Spring Bijou at Bothwell Lodge Movie - 8:30 p.m. Call Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site office for more information 660-827-0510 June 1-5, 2011____________ Scott Joplin Ragtime Music Festival This festival draws musicians and visitors from all over the globe. For more information call 866-218-6258 or www.scottjoplin.org. June 11 & 12, 2011________ Sunrise Optimist Tractor Cruise Tractor enthusiasts ride their tractors on a two-day event through the Mid-Missouri country-side. For details call 660-287-5851. June 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, & 28, 2011_______ Sedalia Concert Band The Sedalia Concert Band, in its 114th season will perform during the summer at Liberty Park. For more information call 660-8261383. Free admission.

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June 17 & 18, 2011________ Blues & BBQ Festival The annual state champion BBQ contest and Blues Music Festival at the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Family entertainment and great BBQ. For more information call 660-221-2080. www.mobluesandbbq.com Monday, July 4, 2011____________ 4th of July Celebration Activities include Firecracker Run, car show and fireworks display in the evening starting around 9 p.m. For more information call 660826-4930. July 15-17, 2011_______ R. Woolery Memorial Pow-Wow This authentic-intertribal American Indian gathering features three days of native American culture on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. For more information, call 660-826-5608. August 11-21, 2011___________ Missouri State Fair Celebrate the traditions of our family farms and experience the magic of new millennium entertainment. For more information call 800-422-3247 or www.mostatefair.com.


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August 27, 2011_____________ Sedalia Historic District Criterium An estimated 300 cyclists from all over the country will take to the streets of downtown Sedalia for the Fifth Annual Sedalia Historic District Criterium, a USA Cycling-sanctioned race. For more information email Ebby Norman at ebby@pro-velo.com. November 13 & 14, 2011___________ Show Me Crafters Craft Show Ag Building, Missouri State Fairgrounds 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. For information - 660-826-3167. November 24, 2011___________ Thanksgiving Lighting & Fireworks Extravaganza Traditional Christmas music prior to the fireworks display synchronized to music in downtown Sedalia. For details call (660) 827-7388 December 3, 2011_____________ Hometown Christmas Don’t miss the Annual Christmas Parade hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce. The © Sydney Brink parade traditionally has over 100 entries and lasts for about two hours. For more information call 660-826-2222 or visit www.sedaliachamber.com

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March 12 & 13, 2011_______________ Show Me Crafters Craft Show Ag Building, Missouri State Fair Grounds 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. More information - 660-826-3167. April 2, 2011 ________________ Liberty Center Associations for the Arts presents...ART AUCTION Call 660-827-3103 for more information or www.lcaasedalia.com. April 18, 2011_______________ James Cockman III, Pianist Pianist Dr. James Cockman III in concert at Smith-Cotton High School Auditorium • Tiger Pride Ave. • 7:30 p.m. $10 at the door. April 26-30, 2011____________ “Urinetown” Parental guidance suggested. Presented by State Fair Community College’s Plywood Players. April 26-30, 7:30 p.m.; April 30, Dinner Theatre, 6:30 p.m.; May 1, 2 p.m. April 14 – May 8, 2011____________ State Fair Community College Student Art Show Annual exhibition of approximately 50 students showing close to 100 pieces of artwork in a variety of media. For more information call 660-530-5800. April 30 & May 1, 2011______ Show Me Gourd Festival Nationally recognized gourd artists will be showing and selling their gourd art. Ag Building Missouri State Fair- 2010 Chairman’s Award grounds. Admission $3 Bert Petrie


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February 23-27, 2011_____________ “The Dining Room” Presented by State Fair Community College’s Plywood Players. Feb. 23-26, 7:30 p.m.; Feb. 26, Dinner Theatre, 6:30 p.m.; Feb. 27, 2 p.m. Parental guidance suggested. February 28, 2011_____________ The Sedalia Symphony Society presents... Leah Hamilton Jenkins -With a voice “full of warmth” and a gusty soul sound, Jenkis has performed numerous vocal roles. Smith-Cotton High School Auditorium • Tiger Pride Ave. • 7:30 p.m. $10 at the door. March 4 & 5, 2011_______ Monster Truck Show Mathewson Exhibition Center, Missouri State Fair Grounds. For more information call 1-800-422-3247 March 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 2011––––– Liberty Center Associations for the Arts presents...“Backstage” Call 660-826-2899 to order tickets. Check online at www.lcaasedalia.com. Dinner Theatre - 4th at 6:00 p.m. Limited seating, reservations required. March 12, 2011_____________ St. Patrick’s Parade Downtown’s annual Celtic celebration featuring the Kansas City’s St. Andrew’s Pipes and Drum Corp. For more information please call 660-827-7388.

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500 South Ohio (660) 829-1286 www.5thstreetbrewpub.com Applebee's 3320 W. Broadway (660) 827-9910 www.applebees.com Arby's Restaurant 2701 W. Broadway (660) 829-4072 www.arbys.com Bandana's Bar-B-Q 2909 W. Broadway (660) 851-0610 www.bandanasbbq.com Bar-B-Que Pit Stop 1022 Thompson Blvd. (660) 826-3635 Barb's East End Restaurant 1201 E. Third (660) 826-0733 Baskin Robbins 3040 W. Broadway (660) 829-3110 www.baskinrobbins.com Bing's Bakery and Deli 1400 S Limit (660) 826-5576 Brick Front Grill 3007 West Broadway (660) 530-4052 http://brickfrontgrill.com Burger King 1101 S. Limit (660) 826-1411 www.bk.com Calgaro's Family Pizzeria 3031 Clinton Rd (660) 827-5111 Casey's Carry Out Pizza 1601 E. Broadway (660) 826-0722 www.caseys.com Casey's Carry Out Pizza 716 W. 16th Street (660) 827-3811 www.caseys.com China King Restaurant 1511 S. Limit (660) 826-4668 City Limit Bar & Grill 3501 W. Broadway (660) 826-4300 Inside Truman Inn & Suites www.trumaninnsedaliamo.com Colton's Steak House & Grill 4101 W. Broadway (660) 829-3737 Copper Wolfe Ice Cream Parlor/Deli 420 S. Ohio (660) 851-0075 Country Bumpkin Catering 1106 1/2 W. Main (660) 827-3615 Country Kitchen 2001 S. Limit (660) 826-2001 www.countrykitchenrestaurants.com Dairy Queen 1401 S. Limit (660) 826-2301 www.dairyqueen.com Daisy Dukes & Cowboy Boots 21744 West Hwy 50 (660) 826-5500 Denny's 2401 W. Broadway (660) 829-3704 www.dennys.com Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que 4860 S Limit Ave (660) 827-3344 www.dickiedoobbq.com Domino's Pizza 3200 S. Limit (660) 829-3030 www.dominos.com Eddie's Drive In 115 W. Broadway (660) 826-0155 El Espolon 2400 S. Limit (660) 829-1723 El Tapatio 1705 W. Broadway (660) 827-5553 www.vivaeltapatio.com Encore Catering 1903 North Limit (660) 827-5333


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3129 W. Broadway (660) 829-3530 http://visitendzonesportsbar.com/ Fortune Palace 3005 S. Limit 660) 826-3299 Golden Corral 2004 W. Broadway (660) 829-1358 www.goldencorral.com Goody's Steak Burgers 901 S. Limit (660) 826-2828 Griff's Hamburgers 209 E. Broadway (660) 827-0186 Hardee's 715 E. Broadway (660) 826-3559 www.hardees.com Hardee's 1400 S. Limit (660) 826-0370 www.hardees.com Ivory Grille 317 S. Ohio (660) 829-0060 Inside the Historic Hotel Bothwell www.theivorygrille.com Ivy Cottage Tea Room 217 S. Ohio (660) 826-6600 www.ivycottagetearoom.com Jimmy John's 2923 W. Broadway (660) 827-5646 www.jimmyjohns.com Katy Trail Café 108 W. 16th Street (660) 827-3833 Kehde's Barbeque 20th & Limit (660) 826-2267 Kentucky Fried Chicken 1513 S. Limit (660) 826-6912 King's Chef Buffet 2923 W. Broadway 660) 827-3388 www.kingschefrestaurant.com LeMaire's Cajun Catfish & Seafood House 3500 W. Broadway (660) 827-0100 Little Big Horn Cattle Co. 1629 W. Main (660) 826-8194 Little Ceasars Pizza 2933 W. Broadway (660) 826-9450 www.littlecaesars.com Long John Silver's 922 S. Limit (660) 826-0880 www.longjohnsilvers.com Lucky Chinese 2700 W. Broadway (660) 826-8880 Maple Leaf Tea Room 104-114 W. Main (660) 826-8383 www.currysgiftsandmapleleaf.com Mazzio's Italian Eatery 1613 S. Limit 660) 827-9999 www.mazzios.com McDonald's 3101 W. Broadway (660) 827-6411 www.mcdonalds.com McDonald's 1611 S. Limit (660) 827-2733 www.mcdonalds.com McGrath's 2901 W. Broadway (660) 826-9902 Mighty Melt Sandwich & Spud Shop 2402 W. Broadway (660) 827-2290 Mr. Goodcents Subs 3400 W. Broadway (660) 826-7900 www.mrgoodcents.com Napoli's Italian Restaurant 150 S. Limit Ave (660) 826-7777 www.napolis.net

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December 3, 2010 - April 3 2011________ New*Now highlights additions made to the Daum’s permanent collection during the past two years. Selections focus on new acquisitions in the ceramics and print collections, including work by Sun-Koo Yuh, Sergei Isupov, Robert Rauschenberg, Terry Winters, and Carroll Dunham. February 5 - May 29, 2011_________ Douglass Freed, Paintings, 1975 - 2010 Daum Museum of Contemporary Art - State Fair Community College Campus This retrospective traces Freed’s consistent exploration of abstraction. February 8, 2011_______ Jazz & Ragtime Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School. 7:00 p.m. Free-will donation. For more information - 660-826-2271. February 18 & 19, 2011_________ NFPBR Bullriding Mathewson Exhibition Center - 8:00 p.m. Doors open 6:30 p.m. Adults $12, Child $6


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Sedalia Legacy Tour … Learn a colorful legacy of the early 1900’s railroad culture at the Katy Depot. A costumed guide for Scott Joplin ragtime site and South Ohio the destination of the drovers of the legendary Texas Cattle drives glamorized by the “Rawhide” television series. Lunch in the historic Katie building “Nostaliga” with the clothing of the ages program. Ragtime Festival … Every June, Sedalia honors Scott Joplin’s contributions to its history with numerous indoor and outdoor venues, featuring concerts, dance lessons, and musical symposia. Each day of the Festival offers free concerts under tents, on street corners, in the parks. Ticketed concerts are held in climate controlled indoor music halls. Otterville’s Bluff Tour … Visit the site that on July 7, 1876, Frank and Jesse James, Cole, Jim and Bob Younger and the gang robbed the Missouri Pacific Railroad at the “Rocky Cut” near Otterville, Missouri. Visit the still visible Civil War Bunkers.

Biking the Katy Trail … If you prefer the back

roads, the quaint village, the family owned historic inn, if you prefer unique places that most people have never heard of-you must ride the Katy Trail!

Railroad Heritage Exhibit … The Katy Depot

represents a nontraditional approach to Sedalia’s Railroad Heritage. Period buildings serve as exhibit cases. Each building contains graphic panels and artifact windows telling the story of the railroad influence on Sedalia.

Farm Tour … Visit a working farm as a group, see the

equipment needed to manage this small acreage, eat lunch in the barn, cooked on a grill by the cattlemen. Group information contact: cvb@sedaliamo.org Visitor information available at the following locations: Sedalia Katy Depot, 600 East Third Caboose located on South Highway 65 MO State Fairgrounds Mathewson Exhibition Center 2503 West 16th Street Amtrak Depot, North Ohio at Pacific Street Participating merchants

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North 65 Café 22938 N. Hwy 65 (660) 829-3322 Papa Jake's Donut Shop 1200 W. 16th (660) 826-6176 Papa John's Pizza 2915 W. Broadway (660) 826-6698 www.papajohns.com Papa Murphy's 3040 W. Broadway (660) 827-5551 www.papasfavorite.com Patricia's Mexican & More 3000 S. Limit (660) 827-4141 www.patriciasinc.com Perkins Family Restaurant 1100 S. Limit (660) 826-1491 www.perkinsrestaurants.com Pizza Hut 1422 S. Limit (660) 827-1111 www.pizzahut.com Rawhide BBQ 1700 E. Broadway (660) 221-6799 Rustic Pantry 4455 S. Limit Ave (660) 827-3070 Ryan's Steakhouse 3404 W. Broadway (660) 826-1500 www.ryans.com Santiagos 1716 W. 9th (660) 829-2208 Sassy's Soda Shoppe 118 E. Main Seasonal Scoop's Frozen Custard 21770 W. Highway 50 (660) 829-4950 Sedalia Family Diner 1975 W. Broadway Blvd (660) 827-4300 Sonic Drive-In 2800 S. Limit (660) 829-1211 www.sonicdrivein.com Sonic Drive-In 300 W Broadway Blvd (660) 826-1114 www.sonicdrivein.com Starbucks 3040 W. Broadway (660) 829-0296 www.starbucks.com State Fair Carousel Dining 3120 S. Limit (660) 829-6100 State Fair Community College Food Services 3201 W. 16th (660) 530-5800 Subway 2750 S. Limit (660) 829-4439 www.subway.com Subway 3040 W. Broadway (660) 826-1964 www.subway.com Table of 5 Catering 12508 Longwood Road (660) 864-7461 www.tableof5catering.com Taco Bell 820 S. Limit (660) 826-9147 www.tacobell.com Wendy's 1301 S. Limit (660) 827-2220 www.wendys.com Wheel Inn 2103 S. Limit (660) 826-5177 Wine and More 122-124 S Ohio (660) 826-9463 www.mywineandmore.com Wood's Supermarket Deli 701 East Broadway (660) 826-3509 www.woodssupermarket.com


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from Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. It is a summer Collegiate Baseball League which operates ten teams throughout the midwest. The League provides a venue for college players who wish to develop their skills to enter the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. League athletes are unpaid and operated in a similar manner to a professional minor league team. 660-287-4722 www.sedaliabombers.com • jud@sedaliabombers.com

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entral Plain Football League Champions for the past three years and members of the American Professional Football League 660-287-6483 • 660-281-4468 • www.cpflfootball.com

State Fair Community College Roadrunner Basketball

Men’s & Women’s Basketball • Women’s

© Randy Kirby

The MINK League is composed of teams

The Katy Bear.

Pettis County Museum

228 Dundee Ave • (660) 829-3102

Summer Hours

March 1 - October 31 Wednesday– Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Other times by appointment.

Volleyball 3201 West 16th • Sedalia, MO 65301 • 660-530-5380 www.sfccmo.edu

Admission is free, but donations are requested to maintain the facility.

LA Raceway

Group tours require advance notice.

LA Raceway is a 3/8 mile clay oval located 12 miles west of Sedalia on Highway Y featuring Sprints, Street Stocks, Modified and Hobby Stocks. Seating for 3,000 plus full concessions. 11649 Highway Y • LaMonte MO 65337 660-563-9878 • www.laraceway.com

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the Historical Society to preserve the rich and vast history of Pettis County, the Museum was opened to the public in 2006 as a place to display historic items. Programs and fundraisers are also held throughout the year.

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acing enthusiasts can enjoy weekly racing on the half-mile dirt track at State Fair Speedway on the Missouri State Fairgrounds starting in April The series will feature 360 Sprint cars, Late-Models and A-Modifieds. For more information contact Jason Bodenhammer at 816-522-8343.

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April 1 - September 15 Tours offered on the hour.

Mon, Thurs, & Sat.    10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. No tours Tues. or Wed.

Winter Hours

Sept. 16 - March 31

Tours offered on the hour. Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. No Tours Mon. - Thurs.

Adults $4.00, Children 6 - 12 $2.50 (rates subject to change) Tours begin on the hour. Group tours require one week advance notice. Facility is not ADA accessible.

Sitting high atop a scenic bluff eight miles north on Highway 65, the massive, stone Bothwell Lodge was built between 1897 and 1928 by one of Sedalia’s greatest benefactors, John Homer Bothwell. It was, in fact, Bothwell’s efforts that eventually landed the Missouri State Fair and the Missouri Pacific shops in Sedalia. Bothwell Regional Health Center and the Hotel Bothwell also owe their existence to this visionary philanthropist.

Now a State Historic Site, the Lodge is open for tours. The state park surrounding the Lodge, formerly Mr. Bothwell’s Stony Ridge Farm, is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to sunset and features picnic areas, a hiking trail, playground and recreational equipment.

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Blazing The Trail The Heritage Trail begins at the Katy Depot and winds

six miles through Sedalia’s Historic Downtown District past the famous Maple Leaf Club site where Scott Joplin played and composed ragtime, by historic churches, the Carnegie Library, and along Liberty “Association” Park were the first fairs were held, and the County Historic Museum, then on to the State Fairgrounds Historic District, to the Daum Art Museum and the final piece of the journey travels along the former Katy Main Line Railroad track as it has been transformed into the Katy Trail. A self-guided tour brochure helps you Blaze the Trail. Traveling the Heritage Trail will give you a sense of how Sedalia began and how it has grown during the past 150 years. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Sedalia Area Farmer’s Market The Farmer’s Market is open May through October,

Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 109 West Main St. in downtown Sedalia, and Tuesdays 2 to 6 p.m. at the new location on south Highway 65. For more information call (660) 827-1845 or check us out online at www.sedaliaareafarmersmarket.com


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Built in 1869 by Elisha W. Brown a local banker in

Sedalia. Mr. Brown died in 1870 and was buried somewhere on the 80 acres. The County of Pettis bought the house and the 80 acres in 1894 to be used as a poor farm. It was abandoned in 1988. In 1990 was purchased from the county and operates as Georgetown Country View Estates Bed and Breakfast.

The home of General George R. Smith was built from

bricks made on the property. Construction was started in 1842 and completed in 1847. In 1849, the home became Georgetown Female Academy, a girl’s school for his daughters and other young ladies of the town. The first teacher was hired from Boston. Today it serves as the Georgetown Bed & Breakfast.

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in Georgetown was built in 1895 and named “Stokes Chapel,” and is still in use today.

Built in 1895 was the

only two-room school in Pettis County teaching grades one through eight. Electricity was added sometime after 1924. It closed in 1968, and now serves as the Georgetown Community Center.

of many of Sedalia’s most memorable moments including an airplane exhibition in 1909 by brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright. The Missouri State Fairgrounds Historic District contains a significant collection of early 20th century buildings and properties, which were added as Missouri's first and only permanent state fairgrounds expanded and evolved during its first 40 years, 1901-1941. Four of the original frame buildings constructed on the grounds burned in1904 and between 1903 and 1906 several brick buildings, still in service, were built for use as exhibition centers. The architectural styles range from eclectic variations of Romanesque Revival and other classical forms to Art Deco/Art Moderne, while the brick exposition buildings and animal barns are clearly linked by common elements of design and other details of materials, workmanship, setting, size, association and proximity. Blue prints and historic photographs confirm that all of the most significant structures are relatively unaltered to moderately altered.

Discover Sedalia’s history by taking a stroll along Sedalia’s Heritage Trial. Pick up a free brochure and at our Welcome Center located at 600 East Third Street.

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he elegant facades which grace the streets and avenues of the Downtown Sedalia Historic District date back to Sedalia’s ‘great building era’ which, in 1871, resulted in the construction of 22 brick buildings. This era was sparked in 1866 when Christopher Demuth and W. B. Adams established the town’s first brickyard. The Downtown Sedalia Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1993. Continued removal of 1960s aluminum sheathing on many of the buildings has revealed the beautiful historic architecture you see today. In Septembr 2006 Sedalia was selected as a Missouri DREAM community, an initiative that will assist in the redevelopment and revitalization efforts of Sedalia’s Historic Downtown area.

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Clinton, MO

From Sedalia 44 miles. Take Hwy. 65 south to Hwy 52 West (660) 885-2123

We are Clinton, Missouri, where small-town life

is still alive and well. From the trail head of the Katy Trail to the shores of Truman Lake, from our Historic Square to our welcoming Hotels and Inns, we invite you to come be our guest. This Golden Valley in which we live offers a multitude of opportunities for you to connect with our natural surroundings, so if you are a hunter or fisher, biker or hiker, or even a professional shopper, come see what Historic Clinton has to offer. Visit our amazing Henry County Museum, dine with us, and let us show you that We are Clinton, and we are great people, by nature.

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Cole Camp, MO

17 miles south of Sedalia on Highway 65 then east on MO-52 for four miles.

Cole Camp was established in

1839 at the convergence of the Butterfield Trail and Boonville Road. German immigrants from the lowlands settled here and their influence has helped shape the town throughout it’s history. One of the first battles of the Civil War was fought in Cole Camp and numerous historic sites surround the area. A special weekend, June 18 and 19, has been set aside to commemorate the Battle of Cole Camp. The quaint Downtown is a National Historic District which at one time harbored “Battle Row,” that consisted of 12 taverns frequented by rowdy railroad workers, farmers and woodsmen. The wild times of the past have been replaced by restaurants, gourmet and speciality shops, antiques, art galleries, the Cole Camp museum and of course a bar or two. Spend a relaxing day strolling through the small town taking in the sites, then enjoy a glass of wine or a fine meal to cap off the experience.

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February 21—A Taste of Cole Camp March 26—WurstFest Train Trip April 2—All Fools Day Irish Pub Crawl May 15—R.E. Harris Memorial Golf Tournament May 21—Kites Over the Prairie June 3 & 4 Cole Camp BBQ Cook Off June 4— City Wide Garage Sales • Antique & Classic Car Show Cole Camp Motorcycle Show June 11—German Singing Festival (Saengerfest) June 18 & 19—Commemorate the Battle of Cole Camp July 23—Zucchini Races September 8, 9, 10—Cole Camp Fair October 8—Oktoberfest • Tour De Clabbertown & Jim Maxwell Bicycle Show November 19—Christbaum Festival December 2—“Olde Tyme Christmas” Pyrmont • Christmas Lighting & Caroling

For information on lodging or on any of our festivities, please call 660-668-2295 or visit us online... www.colecampmissouri.com

The Sedalia Murals Pettis County Courthouse

415 South Ohio • (660) 826-5000

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uilt in 1924, the Courthouse proudly displays the Circuit Courtroom Murals. Barbara Manes Campbell, St. Louis muralist and oil painting restorationist, was commissioned to restore the 100-year old painting of Lady Justice behind the Judge’s bench and to paint murals for the remaining panels in the courtroom depicting the history of Pettis County from the early 1800s to the present. Lady Justice, first hung in the former Courthouse, built in 1884 and destroyed by fire June 10, 1920. It was saved from the fire, but had never been cleaned and restretched. After the restoration of Lady Justice in 1997, Campbell then began the mural project and completed them in 2002.

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ocated in the Sedalia Municipal Building at 200 South Osage, the murals are open for viewing from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except public holidays. Eric James Bransby, a 20th century American painter, educator, and an authority on the history and technique of mural painting, was commissioned in 1976 to execute the Sedalia murals. A mural must first enhance architecture, then tell a story. Our murals mirror Sedalia—a community drawing from the wisdom of the past and constantly looking with vision to the future. For more information, call (660) 827-3000.


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State Fair Community College Campus 3201 W. 16th Street • (660) 530-5888

Daum Museum of Contemporary Hours Art opened in 2002 on the campus Tuesday - Friday 11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. of State Fair Community College. The Daum collects, preserves, Saturday & Sunday 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. interprets, and exhibits modern and contemporary works of art. It houses Admission is free. nine exhibition galleries on three levels with a combined area of 9,300 Self-guided tours square feet. Through its collections, are available free of exhibitions, programs, and publicacharge, as well as tions, the Daum sheds light on the guided tours upon stimulating complexity of request. contemporary art. The museum offers a temporary-exhibition series that changes three times a year. Exhibitions range from monographic surveys of nationally recognized artists, to group shows that explore a shared theme, to the recognition of regional artists who merit wider appreciation. The museum also exhibits selections from its permaViolet Chandelier nent collection, which includes by Dale Chihuly diverse paintings, drawings, prints, works in clay, and sculpture created since the mid-20th century. It features works by Andy Warhol, Dale Chihuly, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Motherwell, Peter Voulkos, Louise Bourgeois, and Betty Woodman. "Cathedral Spires and Rocks, Yosemite" by Ansel Adams

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Warsaw, MO

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he heart of Truman Lake and Lake of the Ozarks. Whether you like indoor or outdoor activities, shopping or relaxing Warsaw has it all! Drake Harbor Recreation Area provides a beautiful riverside setting for events throughout the year, as well as scenic lighted walking paths, playground area, horseshoe pits and boat access to Lake of the Ozarks. Truman Lake Mountain Bike Park opened in 2008, offers over 10 miles of mountain bike and hiking trails with additional trails being added. Warsaw is also home to historic Joe Dice Swinging Bridge, one of the last remaining swinging bridges in Missouri. The bridge has been renovated and opened as a pedestrian/biking path and is part of our riverwalk. If shopping is your pleasure then visit our award winning Downtown and experience a variety of restaurants and antique/unique shops, which overlooks Drake Harbor and the riverfront trails system. While you’re in town don’t forget to visit Truman Dam Overlook and Visitor Center, Lost Valley Fish Hatchery, Shawnee Bend Golf Course… and so much more! www.welcometowarsaw.com

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ocated at 22299 Sacajawea Road. This modern, 70 stall equine facility offers four different boarding packages from stalls with attached outdoor paddocks to pasture boarding. The stables can provide hourly or daily rental of an outdoor or in-door lighted arena. Riding trails are available on the property with convenient access to the Katy Trail and beyond. For more information, call (660) 829-HORSE (4677).

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Countryside RV Park 5464 HWY 65 South, (660)

827-6513 - RV sites, electricity, toilet facilities, showers, handicap accessible, picnic tables, dump station, storm shelter, laundry, meeting room

Chaplin’s RV’s 22415 Main Street, (660) 826-8549, (888) 816-4663, 660-596-2842 - Pull Thru Sites, 30-50 amp electricity, open year round.

Missouri State Fairgrounds 2503 West 16th Street (660) 827-8150 • 1-800-422-FAIR

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During the Missouri State Fair Only — 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Group tours require advanced notice. Admission is free. Museum Phone: 660-827-8120

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he Fairground’s 396 acres, listed on the National Register of Historic Districts, are the home of over 2,200 campsites and modern convention and agricultural facilities. From the Varied Industries Building, built in 1903, to the Missouri Department of Conservation building finished in 2005, the nationally recognized architecture on the Fairgrounds is unduplicated. The Womans Building, built in 1910 houses the State Fair Museum. The Fairgrounds host a variety of events throughout the year, including livestock shows, camping rallies, sporting events, and races. The Katy Trail State Park runs along the south side of the Fairgrounds and is within biking distance of the campsites.

Year-round events include all types of livestock shows, special events, festivals and camper/RV jamborees.

“It’s a Show-Me Thing” 2011 Fair - August 11 - 21 2012 Fair - August 10 - 20

www.mostatefair.com Museum Website: www.mostatefairfoundation.org

Happy Acres RV Park 22527 HWY 65 North, (660) 826-4046 - Call for information.

Missouri State Fairgrounds HWY 65 & 16th Streets, (660) 827-8150 - RV sites, tent sites, electricity, toilet facilities, showers, store nearby, handicap accessible, near the Katy Trail State Park.

Transportation

Sedalia Regional Airport — 1900 East Boonville (660) 826-4128 Hours: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily Amtrak — 1-800-USA-RAIL American Auto Rental — 2101 South Limit (660) 827-5200 A+ Victory Shuttle — (660) 221-7783 B & L Shuttle — (660) 221-4406 The Bus — (660) 826-4212

Radio Stations

KPOW 97.1 FM – Classic Rock KDRO 1490 AM – Country KSIS 1050 AM – News / Talk KSDL 92.3 FM – Rock KXKX 105.7 – Country

Weather

Time and Temperature — (660) 827-3111 Weather Forecast — (660) 826-5747 Road Information — 1-800-222-6400

Emergency

Emergencies — 911 Cellular: *55 for Highway Patrol Bothwell Regional Health Center — (660) 826-8833 Sedalia Police Department — (660) 826-8100 Missouri State Highway Patrol — (660) 530-5515


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American Inn 1217 S. Limit, (660) 826-2488 - 30 rooms, ADA accessible.

Best Western 3120 S. Limit (660) 826-6100 • (800) 528-1234 - 117 rooms, restaurant, continental breakfast, lounge, indoor pool, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Super 7 5650 S. Limit, (660) 827-0215, (800) 675-2518 - 24 rooms, group rates. Shuttle service to local airport and Amtrak train station. Comfort Inn 3600 W. Broadway, (660) 829-5050, (800) 228-5150 - 76 rooms, continental breakfast, indoor pool, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Econo Lodge 3501 W. Broadway, (660) 826-8400 - 116 rooms, restaurant, lounge, banquet room, ballroom, community area with big screen TV, business center, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible. Holiday Inn Express 4001 W. Broadway, (660) 826-4000 (800) 465-4329 - 76 rooms, continental breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, business center, fitness center, meeting rooms, call for group rates, ADA accessible.

Katy Depot Heritage Site 600 East Third Street (660) 826-2392

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April - December Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. January - March Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Hotel Bothwell 103 E. Fourth, (660) 826-5588 - 48 rooms, restaurant, continental breakfast, lounge, meeting rooms, group rates, ADA accessible.

Stardust Motel 4710 S. Limit, (660) 826-8662 - 13 rooms. Call for more information. American owned.

Sunset Motel 3615 S. Limit, (660) 826-1446 - Call for more information. Super 8 Motel 3402 W. Broadway, (660) 827-5890, (800) 800-8000 - 87 rooms, continental breakfast, group rates, high-speed wireless, ADA accessible, large vehicle parking.

B&B

Georgetown Country View Estates 22378 Highway H, (660) 826-7468 - Quite get-a-way in a historic location! Featuring continental/full breakfast, TV, pool, hot tub, pool table, private baths in each room and exercise rooms.

Georgetown Inn 22166 Highway H, (660) 826-3941 - Country breakfast, children welcome, TV, no smoking inside. 1842 comfortable historic home, minutes from downtown.

This is from one of the many historic displays the Depot features on a rotating basis throughout the year.

Sedalia is a product of the

railroad...For more than a century, Sedalia’s history and fortunes were tied to the railroads. Railroads brought prosperity and urban industrial culture. The Katy Depot is both a symbol and an artifact of this story. Journey through an “excursion destination” like no other...

• The story behind this beautifully restored Historic Landmark • A time when the Katy Complex was the center of town • A stroll through the Sedalia of yesteryear • People and times that shaped our past • Katy Trail Trailhead and Booty Board • Train Room just for kids • Rolling stock of public sculpture and Memorial Garden • Traveling exhibits throughout the year • Special event and guest presentations • Gifts, souvenirs and tasty treats • Welcome Center services • Guided group tours by appointment ...entertain your imagination and create a memorable life experience!

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