Columbia Parks and Recreation
Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs
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Saturday & Sunday, September 19 & 20, 2015
10 am - 5 pm
Historic Nifong Park, 3700 Ponderosa
(Hwy 63 S & AC/Grindstone Parkway exit west)
For weather-related cancellations, please call our hotline at 573-874-7663.
For shuttle parking, take Discovery Parkway exit west off Highway 63. Shuttle lots will be available atGans Creek Recreation Area, 3360 E. Gans Road, near Nifong Park. Shuttles will drop you off at the Walters-Boone County Museum at the front of Nifong Park.
Visitors will be taken back to the traditions of the past. Listen, learn, and see history as it comes alive. See artisans and tradesmen dressed in 19th century attire demonstrating their trades and selling their wares. A large contemporary handmade craft area will also be featured.
|Saturday||Boonslick Stage||Missouri Life Stage (Maplewood)||Maplewood Side Yard|
|11 am||Paul Fotsch - folk|
|12 pm||River Ghost Revue - Americana||Kansas City Celtic Pipe and Drum||Pablo Baum- Santa Fe Trail during Civil War|
|1 pm||Boone Howlers - Country/Bluegrass||Hometown Cloggers||Paul Fotsch - folk|
|2 pm||River Ghost Revue - Americana||Haskell Indian Nations Dancers||Gerry Tritz - magic , juggling|
|3 pm||Johnny Kendrick and the Branchy Boys - Western||The Kay Brothers - Stompgrass||Folk Jamn - John White and friends|
|4 pm||Johnny Kendrick and the Branchy Boys - Western||The Kay Brothers - Stompgrass||Deb Swanegen - storyteller|
|8-9:30 pm||Ghost Stories - storytellers Pablo Baum and Deb Swanegan|
|12 pm||Good Turn Daily - Country||Boomchux - String band, Swing revival||Pablo Baum- Santa Fe Trail during Civil War|
|1 pm||Ironweed Bluegrass Band||Boomchux - String band, Swing revival||Lemuel Sheppard - Blues|
|2 pm||Swampweed Cajun Band||Haskell Indian Nations Dancers||Rod Cannon - strolling magician|
|2:50 pm||Daughters of the American Revolution presentation|
|3 pm||Mark Bilyeu and Cindy Woolf - Ozark folk||It's Our Wild Nature - SuTu and Friends||Folk Jam - John White and friends|
|4 pm||Community Band||Rhineland Wurstjaegers with Ehren Oncken and Marilyn Loehnig|
|4:15 pm||Mark Bilyeu and Cindy Woolf - folk|
Stay overnight during the Heritage Festival! For more information on overnight accommodations, visit the Columbia Convention & Visitors Bureau Web site.
The Heritage Festival is coordinated by Columbia Parks & Recreation.
Call 573-874-7460 for more information or email Festival Coordinator at KLR@GoColumbiaMo.com
Heritage Festival is accepting handmade craft vendors and traditional artisans. Craft vendors can apply with the application at the link below. Traditional artisans, please contact Karen Chandler at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 573-874-7475.