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Here are JUST A FEW Featured Events:

September 12-15, 2019
American Royal World Series of Barbecue
Kansas City, Missouri
The American Royal Barbecue is the opening event of the American Royal and the season finale for the competitive circuit. Presented by Smithfield and held at the Kansas Speedway, The Royal is the largest barbecue contest in the world. This signature Kansas City event will once again include more public events and activities, including incredible live music, delicious BBQ and local food, a full line up of kids activities, and a vendor fair authentic to Kansas City and BBQ enthusiasts.
 

September 26-28, 2019
59th Annual Black Walnut Festival
Stockton, Missouri
Enjoy the parade, "Nut Run", pie baking contest, craft demonstrations, musical entertainment, queen pageant, baby contest, carnival rides, children's events, and a variety of food and craft booths. Wednesday thru Saturday.
 

October 12-13, 2019
Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival
Hartsburg, Missouri
The Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival began in 1991 as a celebration of the pumpkin and the promotion for the village of Hartsburg. In those days, and to the present, Hartsburg was known as “The Garden Spot of Boone County.” That rich Missouri River bottom soil produces unique and bountiful harvests of grains, grasses, fruits, and vegetables.
 

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