Explore the Events of
the Tri-State Region

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The Tri-State Region includes Lee County in southwest Iowa, the northwestern Missouri counties of Lewis and Clark, and the western Illinois counties of Hancock, Adams, and Pike. The region hosts a number of notable events. Pike County features Lincoln Days Civil War Reenactment in Pittsfield and numerous small town festivals in late summer. The Nauvoo Grape Festival provides a lot of family fun. Quincy is noted for its Dogwood Festival in May and Quincy Museum Folk Life Festival in October. Music lovers will want to check out the Rollin' On The River Blues Fest in Keokuk. Rural life can be explored at the Clark County Mule Festival in Kahoka and the Sweet Corn Festival in West Point. Both Quincy and Keokuk feature Bald Eagle events 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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Ongoing Art Exhibits and Events
The Tri-State Region is home to the Quincy Arts Center which features rotating and special annual exhibits. During the Winter months two Iowa communities, Keokuk and Fort Madison, are host two Holiday Light displays along the Mississippi River.

Explore the Tri-State Region