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AgDay and U.S. Farm Report’s Tyne Morgan will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Pearls of Production: Women in Agriculture workshop, Nov. 7-8. Morgan will speak on “Working in a Man’s World” at the two-day event. A native of Lexington, she holds a degree in agricultural journalism from the University of Missouri and was the 2006 Missouri State Fair queen. She is Farm Journal Media’s broadcast national reporter.
The third annual Golden Hills of Louisiana, Missouri Plein Air Painting Event will be held in conjunction with the Louisiana Garden Club’s Historic Homes tour Sept. 13. The homes tour will be for both Saturday and Sunday. The day long event will be topped off with an exhibition and sale of the artist’s paintings and other art work completed previously to be held at the Masonic Temple on Georgia and
The Champ Clark Heritage Festival Car and Truck Show will be held at the Bowling Green courthouse square Saturday, Sept. 13 rain or shine. Registration will be from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Anyone wishing to drive their vehicle in the parade will need to be at the Bowling Green High School by 9:30 a.m. The car and truck show will have 24 different classes with multiple awards in each class. Special
The Champ Clark Heritage Festival, with a theme of “Breaking Barriers,” will be held on the Bowling Green Square on Saturday, Sept. 13. A parade will kick off the special event at 10 a.m., with additional activities throughout the day. Heritage Fest 2014 will include a play written by Brent Engel, “Pike County Path Makers,” an expanded car show, and much more. New additions to this year’s event will be
Plans are underway for the third Golden Hills of Louisiana Plein Air to be held Sept. 13. The Plein Air is functioning as a committee under the auspices of the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce. The committee is seeking support for this event. Last year, 32 artists were brought to the event – most from areas other than Pike County. This year, the event will be paired with the Louisiana Garden
The annual Fourth of July fireworks show at the riverfront in Louisiana that was postponed because of flooding has been rescheduled. The show will begin 30 minutes after dusk on Sunday, Aug. 31, according to Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Director Chris Koetters.
The Pike Community Care Partnership is coming together once again to host its annual “Back 2 School Fair.” Pike County students are invited to the event for free gifts and necessary information before the start of the school year. This year’s back to school fair will be held at the Pike County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to noon Sat., Aug. 9. 2014 marks the sixth year of the annual event