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  • Dynamic Dance Productions
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  • Misselhorn Art Gallery

    Renowned Southern Illinois sketch artist Roscoe Misselhorn (1902-1997) has been called the Norman Rockwell of the Midwest. "I knew in the third grade that I wanted to be an artist," said Misselhorn. " Mattie Baird, my teacher, had us draw pictures of a chicken usin...

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  • Colonial Trade Faire And Musket And Rifle Frolic
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  • Shryock Auditorium

    About Us: Located on Old Campus of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Shryock Auditorium is one of the finest performing arts centers in the region.  Constructed in 1917, the building was designed with strong Roman architectural influences in Neoclassicism...

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  • The Stage Company

    About Us: The Jackson County Stage Company was born in 1982 when a small but enthusiastic group met to explore the possibility of founding a community theater in Jackson County, Illinois. The Jackson County Stage Company, Inc. was formed and incorporated in April as a non...

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  • Southern Illinois Irish Festival

    History The Southern Illinois Irish Festival is in its 12th year of bringing quality traditional Celtic music, dance and other cultural activities to the Southern Illinois region. For the 5th year, the Festival will be held in Turley Park in Carbondale, IL.  The park ...

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  • Carbondale Community Arts

    Mission : It is the mission of Carbondale Community Arts to cultivate, nurture, harness and celebrate the creativity of our total community. Enhance the cultural opportunities for Carbondale¹s citizens and encourage excellence in arts programming that reaches and refle...

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  • Marion Cultural and Civic Center

    About MCCC The Marion Cultural and Civic Center serves Southern Illinois as an outlet for cultural and artistic opportunities of all types. MCCC is a 1094 seat performing arts center located in the historic town square of Marion, IL. In addition to providing a state of the ...

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  • General John A. Logan Museum

    Major General John A. Logan was born in 1826 in what is now Murphysboro, Illinois. In fact, the town began as a gift of 20 acres from his parents Dr. John and Elizabeth Logan in 1843.Today, Murphysboro, the county seat of Jackson County, retains its small-town charm and boas...

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  • Sikeston Depot Museum

    History of The Sikeston Depot: When Sikeston, Missouri founder John Sikes first envisioned his city of the future more than 140 years ago, he knew having a railroad through the community would be helpful to its success. Little did he know, however, how vital this link with ...

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  • Do U Glass: The Big Glory

    History : The Frederick Douglass School was Murphysboro Illinois' segregated black elementary school from 1897-1966. Purchased in 1993 by art historian Gretel Chapman and glassblower Jan Thomas for development as an art place, "The Doug" offers studios for rent to artists, e...

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  • Arts Council of Southeast Missouri

    Mission: The mission of the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri is to provide a forum for residents of the Southeast Missouri region to explore, experience, and share in the diversity and excitement of the arts....

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  • Barlow House Museum

    Rustic turn-of-the century elegance awaits you at the Barlow House. Richly appointed with original furnishings, the 11 room house was built by local patriarch Clifton Jesse Barlow. His son Vivian J. Barlow, taught piano for 30 years at the prestigious Choate Boys Academy in ...

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  • Lutheran Heritage Center And Museum

    Mission Statement: Promoting the local, regional, national, and international origins of the Saxon Lutheran heritage; Preserving the museum collections and other related sites through the standard museum practices of conservation, documentation, cataloging, publication, and...

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  • Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum

    Mission StatementThe Crisp Museum provides the university and area communities with opportunities to:- Expand understanding of the fine arts- Deepen knowledge of contemporary and historic cultures- Enrich perceptions of the complex and essential relationships between humans ...

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  • Little Egypt Barbershop Chorus

    We are the Little Egypt chorus of the Carbondale Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. We are an International organization with 30,000 members worldwide. Men of all ages and from all walks of life comprise our membership, with one thing in common - we all enjoy singi...

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  • Discovery Playhouse

    Our mission is to provide a full-time hands-on learning center, The Discovery Playhouse, for the families of the Cape Girardeau region. The Discovery Playhouse provides an interactive, self-sustaining learning center where children, families and community members play, learn...

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  • Southeast Missouri State University - The River Campus

    The River Campus is home to the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Southeast Missouri State University. Consisting of four separate adjacent units, the complex will open in Fall 2007. A comprehensive center for the arts, the opening season features an array of music and...

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  • Oliver House Museum
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  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale - Department Of Theater

    About The Department of Theater is an academic unit within the College of Liberal Arts of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, engaged in teaching, research/creative activity, and service. The Department of Theater t is committed to the continued refinement of its p...

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  • Trapshooting Hall of Fame

    About the Hall of Fame Museum From 1900 to 1923 the Grand American Trapshooting Tournament was held at various places throughout the United States. In 1924, discount a permanent clubhouse and trap line were constructed by the association on land purchased by the Amateur Tra...

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  • Cape River Heritage Museum

    Our MissionThe Cape River Heritage Museum is a community-centered not for profit historical organization dedicated to preserving and celebrating the unique character of southeastern Missouri. The museum hosts ever-changing exhibits, educational programs, special tours, commu...

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  • Perry County Fair

    History of the Fair: The Perry County Fair started in the fall of 1856 in the court house. The one day event was held in an upstairs court room. Since Culinary items were not yet added to the fair it was mostly fancy work and farming displays. The next year it moved to its c...

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  • Williamson County Fair
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  • Union County Fair

    Union County Fair is celebrating its 136th fair.  For 135 years, volunteers have been the back bone of the fair and the board salutes and sincerely wants to thank each person for the effort and outstanding participation.   We thank the Junior exhibitors who add so ...

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  • DuQuoin State Fair

    One might say that the Illinois Du Quoin State Fairground is the area's earliest and most successful reclamation project. Back in 1939 when William R. Hayes bought the Old Black Gold Strip Mine that joined his original 30-acre fairground tract and set to work filling, level...

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  • Southeast Missouri District Fair

    This year marks the 153rd celebration of the "Old Cape Fair". The fair has served as a great diversion for the people of the area that planned and saved money to attend over generations. The United States was first an agricultural nation, and fairs were originally started t...

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  • Ste Genevieve Art Walk

    Nearly one dozen artist-owned studios and galleries, within a 3 x 3 block area of the downtown historic district, are open each Fourth Friday for an Art Walk from 6 - 9 pm....

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  • Pierre Menard Home

    Pierre Menard (1766-1844), a successful French Canadian businessman and fur trader, was presiding officer of the Illinois Territorial Legislature and from 1818 to 1822 served as the first lieutenant governor.The two-story ca. 1815 home is an unusually fine example of French ...

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  • Fort de Chartres Historic Site

    Fort de Chartres is the last of three eighteenth-century forts by that name erected near the Mississippi River by France's colonial government. From 1720 to 1763 French administration of the Illinois Country was centered at the forts, built successively over a 40-year period...

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  • Sparta Blues Festival

    The Sparta BluesFest is looking forward to the dawning of a new season with our annual - and FINAL - event. Sparta BluesFest will come to life for one last time on Saturday, July 10, 2010. We immensely enjoyed our first 10 years in Sparta and two exciting and unique years in...

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  • Showtime Cinema

    Admission$6.50 Adults$5.50 Students(13-21 with ID)$5.50 Senior(55+)$4.50 Children(12 & under)$4.50 Matinees for everyone- Plus 50¢ tax -...

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  • Popeye Picnic
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  • Twin Oaks Amphitheater
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  • Missouri Mines State Historic Site

    Lead has been big business in the eastern Ozarks since about 1720. Come explore its history – and see the processing plant of the former St. Joe Lead Company – in the heart of the Old Lead Belt at Missouri Mines State Historic Site. The mine’s former powerh...

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  • Young People's Performing Arts Theatre

    The Young People's Performing Arts Theatre was formed in 1981 to enable local dancers from all over Southeast Missouri to participate in a large-scale semi-professional production. This student ballet company is dedicated to stimulating public interest in the art of classica...

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  • Marion Cultural And Civic Center

    The Marion Cultural and Civic Center serves Southern Illinois as an outlet for cultural and artistic opportunities of all types. MCCC is a 1094 seat performing arts center located in the historic town square of Marion, IL. In addition to providing a state of the art theatric...

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  • Bollinger County Museum of Natural History

    Exhibits include the Missouri Dinosaur, Hypsibema Missouriense, Lewis and Clark Exhibit, American Indian artifacts, local Civil War history, fossil prep lab, Will Mayfield College memorabilia, fossils from Missouri and the world, explore and discover center, crystal radios d...

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  • Sikeston Little Theatre

    The Sikeston Little Theatre is located on 506 S Kingshighway, Sikeston, Missouri.  SLT has been entertaining Southeast Missouri for 56 years. It has performed in several locations in the past.  After a vigorous building campaign, the Albritton Mayer Cente...

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  • Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival
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