Halloween Weekend Fun
Take a sneak peak at this weekend in Bollinger County. Special sales, Halloween celebrations, bluegrass music, and trick or treat costume barrel races. Bollinger County has a wide variety of fun in store for you!
The Mustard Seed Boutique
Date: Oct. 28-Nov. 1
All bags in store; including Kelly Rae Roberts and Make Love Not Trash are 40% this week. It's not to early to start Christmas shopping. For yourself or someone else!!!
Bollinger County Museum of Natural History
Halloween at the Museum
Date: Oct. 31
Museum Hours: 12pm-4:30pm
Visit the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History, for treats, tricks,
and a hauntingly good time from Noon-6pm Oct. 31!
Enjoy games, crafts, activity sheets, and more!
Children 12 years and under will receive a Free treat bag,
with their paid admission from Noon-6pm.
Children under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult.
The Museum will be open regular hours from 12pm-4:30pm
Admission: Adults $5 and 17 years and under $2
For more information call 573-238-1174 or email email@example.com
Zalma Masonic 5th Annual Bluegrass Bash
Date: Nov. 1
Location: Zalma High School Gym
Phone: 573-485-2549 or 573-429-0461
Zalma Masonic Lodge #545 is proud to present the 5th Annual Castor River Bluegrass Bash on Saturday, November 1st, 2014. This year we will feature national touring artist, David Davis & The Warrior River Boys from Cullman, Alabama. This will be a stop on David's "30th Anniversary Tour". Along with David, our lineup will feature other regional & local bands that will draw crowds from all across the surrounding area. This year's event will be held at Zalma High School Gym in Zalma, Missouri. Proceeds from this event will go to Zalma Masonic Lodge #545 to be used for their many local community service projects.
Rockin' JK Arena
Costume barrel race
Time: Trainers 3pm
Location: off CC Hwy North of Marble Hill
Trailer trick or treating!
$50 to the best costume!
Trainers - entry fee $5.00
Peewee (8 under) - entry fee $5.00
Youth 3D (16 under) - entry fee $15.00
Adult 4D(17 over) - entry fee 15.00
Open 4D - entry fee $25.00
$300 added money!
No alcohol on grounds
5.00 gate fee a vehicle
For more information please call John at 573-238-5987
At 4 way stop in Marble Hill, take hwy. 51 north 4 miles.
Turn right on to hwy CC, drive 2 miles on cc till you see the Rockin JK sign on your right!
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