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Debi Boughton of the Kirksville Tourism Dept. shares insights on Kirksville
Mark Your Calendar (April 4- April 10)
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Debi and Dustin of the Kirksville Tourism Department share insights on Kirksville's best treasures and offer suggestions about what to do, where to go, and how to play in your own backyard.
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One panel of the HeART of Kirksville Legacy Mural shows dozens of ceramic tiles made by local citizens.
Debi Boughton
One panel of the HeART of Kirksville Legacy Mural shows dozens of ceramic tiles made by local citizens.
By Kirksville Tourism
April 4, 2013 3:21 p.m.



Friday, April 5th at 3:45

Ribbon cutting and unveiling of the heART of Kirksville Legacy Mural



Hundreds of tiles made by community members, dozens of volunteers, the artistice talents of Connie Greenly, and funding from the Travis Freeman Foundation have come together to create the heART of Kirksville Legacy Mural.  The ceramic tile mosaic mural is the new front facade of the Kirksville Arts Center at 117 S. Franklin.

 

Tuesday, April 9th

Kirksville Arts Association Lunch and Learn



Learn about the art of quilting form quilter, Alice Allinson.  Alice will show many quilts and share quilting ideas.  Lunch is available.  Call 660-665-0500 for reservations.

 

Wednesday, April 10th

Creature Feature



Spring is here and animal babies are everywhere.  Learn which ones come from eggs.  See what is new in nature at the Missouri Conservation Northeast Regional office.  the Creature Feature beginsat 3:30 and is for children ages 7- 12.

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