Laurie, MO – September 18-19, 2015. The Annual Hillbilly Fair will be held at the Laurie Fairgrounds in Laurie, MO. Please come and enjoy a parade, craft booths, food booths, games, demonstrations, and carnival rides. Dances are on Friday night and Saturday night will be a tractor pull, beer garden and bingo.
For more information, call 573-374-8776.
Gainsville, MO – September 17-19, 2015. Celebrate the old time ways with family and friends at this three-day festival.
Crafts, parades, music and dancing, and food are sure to please everyone – young and old. There will be demonstrations of the way things were done in pioneer days, as well as pet shows, bed races and outhouse racing.
A variety of merchandise will be for sale, such as handmade quilts, dolls, baskets and woodcrafts.
You’ll find traditional festival food – beans & cornbread, funnel cakes, BBQ, roasted corn on the cob, hamburgers, specialty coffees & drinks, and even snow cones.
Enjoy the sounds of gospel, country, bluegrass and folk music, as special guests are scheduled to perform throughout the day and each evening of the festival.
For more information, and a schedule of events, check out the Hootin an Hollarin website.
Springfield, MO – September 11-12, 2015, the Annual Greater Ozarks Blues Festival will be presented by the Blues Society of the Ozarks. The festival will be held at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield, MO.
For more information, check out their website HERE.
Fair Grove, MO – September 26-27, 2015. The Annual Fair Grove Heritage Reunion is one of the largest arts & crafts festivals in Southwest Missouri. Fair Grove is located approximately 12 miles north of Springfield, just east of Highway 65, on Highway 125.
In addition to arts and crafts, there will be food, music and entertainment. Saturday, there will be a hometown parade and on Sunday, a church service. The event features country music, dancing, period entertainment from the 1800’s, horse and mule obstacle course demonstrations, antique small engine, tractors, threshing, and lots of things to eat.
Admission is free! However, some parking areas charge a fee for parking. Trolleys are available to take visitors to and from the outlying areas.
Some places of interest are the Wommack Mill, Bell Hotel, Miller’s Cabin, Blacksmith Cabin, Duke School House, Farm Machinery Museum and several restored buildings on the historic Fair Grove Square.
For more information, call 417-759-2807, or check out their website by clicking HERE.
Seymour, MO – September 10-12, 2015. You won’t have a hard time finding the annual Seymour Apple Festival in this small Missouri town. Most of it is centered around the town square. Seymour is located 30 miles east of Springfield on US 60.
Here are some of the things you can expect:
- Craft and food booths all around the square.
- Music – Nightly and all during the day Fri-Sat. Gospel music and country music by several performers.
- Street dances
- Children’s Games (SW side of park)
- Pet Show
- Apple Princess Coronation
- Senior Citizens’ Activity
- Decorated Bike Contest
- Apple Pie Baking Contest (non-winning pies will be sold in a silent auction)
- Johnny Appleseed Contest
- Quilt Show (in the “Pennington Building” south side of square)
- Puppet Show
- World Championship Apple Peeling Contest
- Much, Much, More!
Come for some great family fun – and don’t forget your lawn chairs. For more information, please see the official flyer by clicking Here.
Branson, MO – September 25-26, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Branson Landing will be holding its Annual Artisans Market on the Promenade with arts and crafts. Artists and crafters from all over will bring their hand-made crafts to the show.
Come and enjoy shopping at the Landing stores, as well as the craft booths.
For more information about the show and registration, please contact Melissa Hudson at (417) 239-3002 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Click Here for more information at the Branson Landing website.
Branson, MO – September 17-19, 2015
Three days of the Autumn Daze Festival will feature homemade crafts, food, live entertainment and more. Artisans and crafters will exhibit their work in Historic Downtown Branson. Hours are Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The festival is free to the public. Throughout each day the entertainment stage will feature FREE live music from some of Branson’s finest entertainers!
Crafters and artists from many states around the country will participate. Shoppers will find a wide variety of items including wood crafts, quilts, clothing, crocheted and knitted items, jewelry, hats, purses, ladies’ accessories, toys, floral arrangements, ironworks and collectibles. Many vendors will be demonstrating their techniques!
In addition to continuous entertainment and homespun wares, Autumn Daze will also feature a food court, a celebrity autograph booth, a Downtown Branson sidewalk sale and more.
Click here for more information, or call 1-866-523-1190, 417-334-1548 or email Jessica: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarcoxie, MO – September 10-12, 2015. Chief Sarcoxie Days is centered around the Sarcoxie square, and has food booths, carnival rides, live music, exhibits, crafts, a livestock show, contests, a tractor pull, and more. A parade takes place on Saturday.
Chief Sarcoxie Days is always the second weekend in September. For more information call 417-548-7639.