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Posted on: October 1, 2018

Jackson County Parks + Rec presents 43rd Annual Missouri Town 1855 Fall Festival

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 1, 2018

Contact: Marshanna Hester

(816) 878-1930

mhester@jacksongov.org 


KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Usher in the fall season by the spending the day with your family at Jackson County Parks + Rec’s 43rd Annual Missouri Town 1855 Fall Festival of Arts, Crafts and Music.


When: Saturday, Oct. 6: 10am – 5 pm

Sunday, Oct. 7: 11am – 5pm


Where: Missouri Town 1855

8010 East Park Rd, Lee’s Summit, MO 64064


Cost: $10 per car/van

$20 per school/commercial bus


On-site Jonathan Klusmeyer, Superintendent of Historic Sites

Contact: (816) 228-8980 Ext. 103


One of Jackson County’s most popular historic sites will come to life this weekend through the music and dance of expert interpreters. They’ll share their passion for skills such as cooking over a wood fire, woodworking and blacksmithing. A mule-powered sorghum mill provides a first-hand look at how sorghum is produced into syrup.


Explore the unique, handcrafted gifts offered by talented artists and don’t forget to stop by the food court, featuring your favorite festival foods. Visit with staff and volunteers as they prepare homemade apple butter and cider.


Children will find fun and excitement with time-honored games popular with kids more than 150 years ago. Take them on a hay-wagon ride or simply stroll through history, enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of a simpler time.


Missouri Town 1855 is an authentic, antebellum farming community owned and operated by Jackson County Parks + Rec. It is comprised of more than 25 authentically furnished buildings dating from the 1820's to 1860's on 30 picturesque acres. For more information, visit www.makeyourdayhere.com/missouritown.


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