TOWN OF AUGUSTA, MISSOURI



     
            The Official Website!



                                                                                         

 AUGUSTA - HOME        WHAT'S HAPPENING ??      SUMMER  2016

JULY 5th  
FIRE
WORKS
Food by local businesses
Music by the Texas Giants
Festivities begin at 5:30 pm
Fireworks at Dusk
Katy Trail


TUESDAYS AT THE TRAILHEAD

Every Tuesday throughout the summer:
 Bicycle Riding & Food
& Entertainment
 
 
 
 
"BEST  OF  AUGUSTA"  QUARTERLY  PHOTO CONTEST
MARCH  2016  WINNERS
Next photo contest deadline:  June 30, 2016.        (Check out the Gallery for former winners.)
< - - - - - - - -   < - - - - - - - -
 First Place Photo   
"IT'S  A  GOOD  YEAR"

by Denny Ragan
O'Fallon, MO
Prize donated by
The Cranberry Cottage
$25.00 Gift Certificate 

  - - - - - - - - >   - - - - - - - - >
          
Runner-Up Photo  
"THE ROADS
WE TRAVEL IN LIFE"
by Ashton Nadler
Augusta, MO
Prize donated by Halcyon Spa
$25.00 Gift Certificate



**  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *
AUGUSTA
Any Time
Any Season
AUGUSTA
**  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *

2016: Tuesday Nights at the Trailhead


Food and Entertainment Weekly on Tuesdays

     Themed Food Selections Vary from Week to Week       

Include an enjoyable Bike Ride on the Katy Trail.

HISTORY  PROGRAMS 
presented at the Augusta Visitor Center
June -  TBD
July 10 - Viticulture Impact
August 7 - WW II in Augusta


Arbor Day Tree Planting at the Library
by Augusta Elementary's 5th Grade Class



WELCOME  TO  THE  OFFICIAL  WEBSITE

OF  THE  TOWN  OF  AUGUSTA

America's First Designated Wine District  in 1980

AUGUSTA TREE CITY USA  since 2010


The Town of Augusta is nestled in rolling hills situated on the bluffs of the Missouri River. Incorporated in 1855, Augusta offers a variety of venues: 
historical sites, access to the Katy Trail that traverses Missouri, wineries, a brewery, restaurants, shops, antiques, B & B's, and a peaceful setting.
       Approximately one hour from downtown St. Louis or a little closer from the airport,
 Augusta is a small town with charm from a bygone era.  Come visit!  Come enjoy!


DIRECTIONS FROM Interstate 70:
                     Coming from the airport/St. Louis or from the east:  Take Interstate 70 West.  After crossing the Missouri River, exit on Highway 94 south/left.  Stay on 94 until you reach Augusta.  There are two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.
                     Coming from the west:  Take Interstate 70 East.  Exit on Highway W south/right.  Turn right to go to Highway T following it to Highway 94.  Turn left.  Augusta has two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.

DIRECTIONS FROM Interstate 64 / Highway 40:
                     Coming from St. Louis or from the east:  Take Interstate 64/Highway 40 West.  After crossing the Missouri River, exit on Highway 94 south/left.  Stay on 94 until you reach Augusta (17 miles).  There are two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.
                     Coming from the west:  Take Interstate 64/Highway 40 East.  Exit on Winghaven/DD heading south/right.  Take DD to Hwy 94.  Turn right.  Augusta has two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, both marked with brown signs.

    
Our website is a work in progress.  Please be sure to  check back regularly for new pages, information, and updates.    
Thank you for visiting www.townofaugustamo.org!!!

Site last updated:     June  2016    

  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION      about Things to Do in Augusta      or to Plan a Visit
contact  The Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce          www.augusta-chamber.org


**  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  
AUGUSTA           Any Time          Any Season          AUGUSTA 
**  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  **  *  

New Display  in  the  History  Museum Garden   
(intersection of 
High and Webster) 
Anchor Mill, with its millstones, was located  on the creek near the intersection of Jackson and Locust Streets.
The mill was founded by Henry Schaaf in the 1850's and operated by Herman Haferkamp in the 1870's.
The former Anchor Mill Bed and Breakfast was named in its memory.  
The millstones were donated by the Herman Haferkamp family.  
(See photo below.)

BACK TO THE TOP                
Website Builder