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Aug 01

Trip Around the Ozarks for August 1, 2012

Posted on August 1, 2012 at 3:42 PM by Dustin Hall

A recap of the City's weekly radio show highlighting upcoming area events.

• On Saturdays Farmers’ Market of Laclede County is located in the Mercy Hospital parking lot, off of I-44, exit 130. Open 7:30 am to 12:00 noon. They sell baked goods, fresh eggs, plants and crafts. Point of contact is Linda Bethurem at 417-531-1365.

• The Lebanon Farmers’ Market is every Saturday on Jefferson Ave. at the railroad tracks Saturdays from 7:30 am to 1 pm and Wednesdays from 2 pm to 6 pm. Call 417-426-5690 for information. Both Farmers Markets are on Facebook.

• Midway Speedway is racing Saturday nights, Gates open at 5:00pm, Hot Laps @ 7:00pm and Racing Starts at 8:00pm. Visit for more information.

• Lebanon I-44 Speedway races on Saturday nights. Racing starts at 730 pm, gates open at 5pm. For information visit or like them on Facebook for updates.

• The 44th Annual Brumley Gospel Sing is August 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th featuring matinees and evening performances. Visit for ticket information.

• Also be sure to mark the Community Wide Garage Sale on your calendars during the Brumley Gospel Sing. Watch for the ads in the Daily Record or call 417-532-9131 for details.

• August 23rd we have the Riders in the Sky performing at the Cowan Civic Center Theater at 7:30 pm. Contact the Lions Club for ticket information at 417-718-1759.

• August 25th is the Elks Lodge Benefit Truck & Tractor Pull at 6 pm at the Cowan Civic Center. Adults are $10 and kids 12 and under are $5. Call 417-588-5547 for details.

• August 31 to September 2nd we welcome back the Missouri Horseshoe Championships at the Exhibition Hall. For information call 573-372-3650.

• September 8th is the XVIII Case Knives Celebration at Shepherd Hills Factory Outlet. Visit for details.

Remember to tune in to KJEL 103.7 FM every Wednesday at 8:20 AM for the weekly "Trip Around the Ozarks." If you have an event that you would like featured on "Trip Around the Ozarks" please e-mail Judy Fortner at