The Nodaway County Historical Society will be hosting a Traveling the Jefferson Highway program at 2 pm, Sunday, August 6. The museum is located at 110 North Walnut Street, Maryville. Michele Hansford, from the Missouri Humanities Council speakers’ bureau will lead the program. The program is free, but donations to the museum are always welcome.
The families of Espeys, Bolins, Montgomerys and others will gather for the annual Shinabarger Reunion at 12:30 pm, Sunday, August 6 at the Margaret Davison meeting room, Maryville. A basket dinner and reminiscing will be featured.
The Nodaway County Republican Women will hold a meeting at 11:30 am, Thursday, August 3 at Pizza Ranch, Maryville.
Hopkins Community Betterment will hold it’s monthly meet at 6 pm, Wednesday, August 2, at the Christian Church annex room, Hopkins. The church is handicapped accessible if entering from the east side. All interested individuals are invited to attend.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced a St. Joseph workshops intended to outline preservation best practices for both the public and the state’s records community. The free workshop, designed to provide guidance on preserving books, papers and photographs, will be held 9 am to 4 pm, Tuesday, August 1, at the Remington Nature Center, 1502
Freedom of Road Riders, Local 26, Maryville, invites all interested motorcyclists to participate in Tuesday evening supper rides. Kickstands up at 6 pm at Break Time, 1517 East First Street, Maryville. On August 1, the destination is the Still Smokin’ BBQ, Mt. Ayr, IA; on August 8, it’s the Sawmill, New Market, IA; on August
Today’s Civic Women will meet at 5:30 am, Tuesday, August 1, at the Maryville Public Library. The group is celebrating its 33rd anniversary. The group is collecting gently used children coats from size 3T to small adult. The coats may be left at the Nodaway News Leader, 116 East Third Street or the Maryville Daily
The United Methodist Church of Burlington Jct. will be hosting a Fifth Sunday Sing at 10:30 am, Sunday, July 30. The community is invited. Meat and drinks will be provided for a covered dish luncheon to follow.
Blood, Sweat and Gears Car and Truck Show with registration beginning at 9 am, Saturday, July 29, will be held at Beemer Muffler Center, 1305 East First Street, Maryville. Show starts at 10:30 am; awards presented at 1 pm, afterward, burn-out contest. Senior center will provide food and the New Nodaway Humane Society will be
Wear Blue: run to remember, Maryville, meet-up will be at 9 am, Saturday, August 29, at the Raymond J Courter College Park Pavilion at Northwest Missouri State University. The event is an informal gathering where runners honor the service and sacrifice of the American military. For more information, visit the Facebook page, Wear Blue Maryville