Explore the Events of
Missouri's Lincoln Hills

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Missouri’s Lincoln Hills covers the northwestern Missouri counties of Ralls, Marion, Pike and Lincoln and includes the town of Hannibal. The region hosts a number of special events.Hannibal is the region’s largest town and hosts the most events including the Big River Steampunk Festival and the Autumn Historic Folklife Festival. But by far the most popular Hannibal event is National Tom Sawyer Days held around the 4th of July. Rural life can be explored at the Old Threshers Reunion in Elsberry. Art lovers can find an interesting experience at Hannibal’s Second Saturday Gallery Night and music lovers will want to check out the Brew Skies Music Festival in Hannibal and the Back 40 Bluegrass Festival in Curryville. Clarksville holds its popular Eagle Days in January.

There are two ways to look for events. You can go directly to the calendar and look for events in a standard calendar format organized by date. Or you can use the sorted lists below. Because every event has been tagged by city, county, type of event and features you can use the sorted list you see below.

We regularly update our calendars and changes are made when we gather more information or when we learn of an event. If you know of an event that you would like to see posted contact the webmaster. We hope you enjoy the events you choose to attend.

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99 Bucks…Or Less Holiday Art Sale & Exhibit
November 30 - December 21, 2019
Hannibal Arts Council Gallery
Hannibal, Missouri

Everyone is encouraged to support local artists and stop by the Hannibal Arts Council and other downtown galleries and specialty shops to find a unique one-of-a-kind holiday gift for someone, or for yourself. This show features the work of a variety of artists, and each piece of artwork is priced at between $1 and $99. Items for sale typically include anything from original paintings, prints, and photographs, to wearable items, jewelry, ornaments and three dimensional works.

Explore Missouri's Lincoln Hills