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TOWN OF AUGUSTA, MO

AUGUSTA  HARVEST  FESTIVAL

            Augusta - A Great Heritage                  A Day in the Life of a German Immigrant

Weekend of September 21 - 23, 2018             

Friday---  Swingin' in the Vines concert and picnic 

​Saturday ---  5K Run, Harvest Parade, Pie Baking Competition,                      Artists and Artisans, Pony rides, Obstacle Course,                           Corn Hole Competition, Pancake Breakfast  plus              the Evening "Fruit of the Harvest Dinner"  

Sunday ---  Heritage Day activities include a children's / adult theater performance,  a guided history walk / wine cellar tour, and a chicken / pork steak dinner by the American Legion plus additional events to be announced.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


AUGUSTA  HERITAGE  FOUNDATION  EVENTS​                    (For further information and tickets go here.)


August 11th, Saturday  ---   Augusta Heritage Trivia Night   Doors open at 6 pm.  Trivia Game begins at 7.

     Trivia Questions, Silent Auction, 50/50, Jar of scratchoffs, Cash Bar, and more.  Tables of 8 ($75 or $10.00/person)

Proceeds go towards the restoration and development of the building and the Augusta Heritage Foundation.

Christmas Walk  by Ken Martin (Used with permission.)


Augusta Heritage Foundation  /  Augusta Cultural Center  /   Harmonie Verien   /           American Legion Hall

Corner of Church Street                      and Hackman Road.

Painting by  a local artist

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The  35th ​ CHRISTMAS   Candlelight   WALK  in  2018

December  7th  -  8th  and  14th -  15th 

Traditional First two December Fridays:    5 - 10 pm   Luminaries light the path, food and bonfire with chestnuts on the Town Square; also Christmas caroling, cookies, delicious food, and a scavenger hunt with prizes.  Shops are open and a Christmas Market.  Of course, there is Santa, trolley transportation, and much more.

HOUSE TOUR OF HISTORICAL HOMES   ---  New this year.

End the evening by attending the "Snowball Whirl" both Fridays from 9 pm to midnight at the Heritage Foundation/American Legion Hall on Church and Hackman Streets. Music groups TBD.

Saturdays  now added:   11 am - 6 pm for the Christmas Market.                              At the "Train Station" on Locust Street, the vendors offer a splendid variety of items.  Shops and restaurants are open their regular hours.