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'Big Bang' 4th of July Celebration

Jackson County invites you to become a partner and promote your organization to over 20,000 people at the 4th of July “Big Bang” Celebration. > MORE


Marinas, Historic Sites, and Christmas Lights - Oh, My! 

Jackson County Parks + Rec reaches a vast audience with our 22,000 acres of park
land. From boating and fishing, to our acclaimed Historic Sites and nationally recognized
Christmas in the Park, we have something for everyone. Of course, we could not do what
we do without you! We count on partners like you to make this beautiful travel destination
the third largest park system in the nation. Event opportunities include:


Missouri Town 1855  

See what a progressive farming community, spread across some 30 sloping acres, looked like in the mid-1800s. 
Missouri Town 1855 is composed of more than 25 buildings dating from 1820 to 1860. This living history museum uses original structures, furnishings and equipment. Also depicting
the 19th century lifestyle are interpreters in period attire, authentic field and garden crops, and rare livestock breeds.

Sponsorships are available for special events beginning at $100. Categories range from sponsoring a single exhibit, performer, or interpretive activity through underwriting of the entire event.

Contact Gordon Julich, Superintendent of Historic Sites and Outdoor Education
Phone: 816-503-4860 Email: gjulich@jacksongov.org



Fort Osage National Historic Landmark  

Fort Osage was established in 1808 by William Clark and served as both a military and civilian outpost on the American frontier. During its brief twenty year occupation, it played a pivotal role in early frontier exploration. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964 and is owned and operated by Jackson County Parks + Rec. Overlooking the Missouri River, this historic site has been reconstructed to portray Fort Osage as it was in 1812. Authentically attired interpreters provide living-history insights into the daily life of both the military and civilian populations.

Sponsorships are available for special events beginning at $100. Categories range from
sponsoring a single exhibit, performer, or interpretive activity through underwriting of the entire event.

Contact Gordon Julich, Superintendent of Historic Sites and Outdoor Education
Phone: 816-503-4860 Email: gjulich@jacksongov.org



Fort Osage Education Center 

Built adjacent to the reconstructed Fort Osage, the Education Center was designed to augment educational programming to the thousands of students who participate in programs at this important National Historic Landmark.

The Center has a permanent exhibit area which features interactive exhibits on site geology, local flora and fauna of the early 19th century, Hopewell Indians, Osage Indians, Lewis and Clark, Fort Osage and the Missouri River. The Center also has special exhibit space, classroom, meeting rooms, auditorium and conservation laboratory, including archival storage.

Sponsorships are available for a variety of activities including underwriting special
speakers, symposiums, exhibits and acquisitions of interpretive material. A special
category of a underwriter of a Scholar in Residence is also available beginning at $5,000.

Sponsors and underwriters of historic site programs and activities receive proportional
exposure in programs, display ads, signage and online recognition.

Contact Gordon Julich, Superintendent of Historic Sites and Outdoor Education
Phone: 816-503-4860 Email: gjulich@jacksongov.org


Dogtober Fest - Sunday, October 19, 2014 

The Kemper Outdoor Education Center will present Dogtober Fest on Sunday, October 19. This annual event is certain to delight dog owners and lovers with a variety of canine themed activities. Various demonstrations will showcase agility and obedience skills, while others are just plain fun. Donated dog food, in lieu of an admission fee, benefits area animal shelters.

A variety of sponsorships are available beginning at $100, sponsors receive proportional recognition in program, announcements during event, event signage, online credit in event web page.

Contact Gordon Julich, Superintendent of Historic Sites and Outdoor Education
Phone: 816-503-4860 Email: gjulich@jacksongov.org



Frank White Jr. Softball Complex

Located in beautiful Longview Lake Park in Lee's Summit, Missouri, Frank White Jr. Softball Complex is a state-of-the-art softball facility, featuring 5 lighted, fully irrigated fields. A full-service concession/observation pavilion, 6 picnic tables and restroom facility are on site. This facility hosts league and USSSA intramural activity.

4x8 signs on our outfield softball complexes are available for sponsorship. Contact Jim Bracciano, Superintendent of Leisure Services. Phone: (816) 503-4872 Email: jbracciano@jacksongov.org



Adair Park Softball Complex

4410 S.W. Lee's Summit Road, Independence, Missouri 64055 

The Adair Park complex is host to the Girls Fastpitch World Series and was named the United States Specialty Sports Assocation (USSSA) 2006 Complex of the Year. It has 7 lighted, fully irrigated, state-of-the-art girls softball fields. This park also has 5 shelter houses with 40 picnic tables and an 8 station batting cage.

4x8 signs on our outfield softball complexes are available for sponsorship. Contact Jim Bracciano, Superintendent of Leisure Services.
Phone: (816) 503-4872 Email: jbracciano@jacksongov.org



 
140th & Holmes Softball Complex

Located on Holmes Road in one of the fastest growing areas of Jackson County, this softball facility has 4 lighted softball fields, concession stand, picnic tables and restroom facilities.

4x8 signs on our outfield softball complexes are available for sponsorship. Contact Jim Bracciano, Superintendent of Leisure Services. Phone: (816) 503-4872 Email: jbracciano@jacksongov.org

 

     

 

  

 
       
 

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