Paint Till The Cows Come Home

Want a quick history lesson in a Missouri city you’re visiting? Look for a mural in town. Cities large and small in the Show-Me State like to celebrate their heritage—from sliced bread to the Civil War—with murals. One of the newest was unveiled in the summer of 2019 in Green City.


See A Sassy, Brassy Cabaret Show

Whether you’re familiar with playwright Tennessee Williams or not, you’ll want to catch a creative cabaret show that takes its inspiration from his works including Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Glass Menagerie.


See A Play That Profiles A Women’s Lib Legend

Back in the late 1960s and early ‘70s when feminism was in its fledgling phase, Gloria Steinem became well known as a leader and spokesperson for the women’s liberation movement. Find out where and when you can see a provocative play about her life.


3 More Unusual Missouri Museums

America’s most trusted man, Scooby’s Mystery Machine, and antique veterinary tools that would send Scooby howling to the hills—you’ll find them at these three Missouri museums. Head here to learn about wonderful and wonderfully weird exhibits.


An Inventive, Inviting Evening of Theater

Do you get jazzed about jazz? Hopped up about history? Thrilled by theater? Here’s a great chance to indulge all of these passions. One Missouri city’s celebrating its playwriting talent in a Theatre Lab Festival starting May 18.


Ride over to Springfield’s Bicycle Museum

Discover a treasure trove of two-wheeled history, including a bicycle built for 12, a 1911 Wright Brothers bike, and hundreds of other fascinating examples from the earliest models to the modern day. Take a ride to this one-of-a-kind museum


Ancient Artifacts Await at Supersized Show

Do you dig Prehistoric Native American Artifacts? Are you an arrowhead aficionado? A pottery person? Whether you’re an admirer, collector, or just curious, you won’t want to miss an incredible artifact show happening on Saturday, May 6


Joplin Unveils New Art Center

Artists and art lovers have a new creative haven in southwest Missouri. Art expert Joan Stack of the State Historical Society of Missouri paints a beautiful picture of opening night at this state-of-the-art gallery and entertainment complex.