Put on Your Lederhosen

Grab a wurst and a beer and get ready for Hermann's Maifest. One of Missouri's oldest German festivals, this three-day event gives a nod to the area’s German heritage while also celebrating the start of the summer months.


The Best Things We Ate in 2020

In an atypical year for food, our staff got creative in the kitchen.


5 Christmas Towns that Embrace the Magic

Many charming small towns become especially enchanting during December. Here are five in Missouri where you can stroll downtown and embrace the magic of Christmas while shopping in unique venues for those just-right gifts.


Go Red, White & New For the Fourth!

July Fourth is the quintessential summer holiday! Celebrating our nation’s independence with the traditional grilling, gathering, and fireworks is always great. But if you’re looking for something with a slightly different flavor, here’s an idea.


Say “Ja” To This German Fest

Think you have to wait ‘til autumn for an Oktoberfest kind of German event? We have good news – you don’t! May is also historically a time of celebration in Germany, known as “Maifest.” And we have one fine wine and stein-filled Maifest for you!


Creative and Classic Cheese & Wine Pairings

Visit seven wineries and sample creative wine and cheese pairings at each winery and tour historic buildings decked out for Christmas and Weihnachtsfest.


Weekend with Yoga and Wine at The Elms

Weekend with Yoga and Wine

Have a weekend with yoga and wine by attending Yoga in the Vines on Saturday, September 10th, in Excelsior Springs where you could relax at a spa or pool afternoon at The Elms.


Hermann Wine and Jazz Festival 2022

Enjoy the sound of jazz from four bands and two vocalists this Saturday as the music returns to Hermann, MO for their annual Hermann Wine and Jazz Festival. The event will be fundraising for Hermann Music Boosters to support the local school's music program.


Getting MO Peace

It’s been a wild eighteen months. Many shifted work and home lives around during the pandemic in an effort to keep others safe. Now as more people are vaccinated, and as case numbers decline and establishments continue to open up, we should all feel relieved, right? Not exactly, says Dr. Arpit Aggarwal of MU Health Care.