Black Lives Matter march set for Saturday
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Black Lives Matter march set for Saturday

Event will take participants down Broadway and north on Main Street

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HAC Arty Party programs are back
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HAC Arty Party programs are back

No art experience is required to explore the arts in a whole new way

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Monthly Music Night beginning again at Oak Hill

The monthly Music Nights for the public at the Oak Hill School Community Center of rural New London, Mo., have been cancelled for several months but will begin again at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, June 27

Juneteenth celebration begins Friday afternoon
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Juneteenth celebration begins Friday afternoon

Celebration with theme “Freedom and Justice for All” begins at 2 p.m. in Central Park

Puddle of Mudd to play at Tom Sawyer Days
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Puddle of Mudd to play at Tom Sawyer Days

HANNIBAL | Puddle of Mudd will headline the Tom Sawyer Days concert at Tanyard Gardens on Saturday, June 27.

Hannibal Bar-B-Q Festival gears up for second year
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Hannibal Bar-B-Q Festival gears up for second year

Event with live music, barbecue competition and vendors will adapt to observe safety guidelines

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Drebes Annual Reunion canceled

The Drebes Annual Reunion, scheduled for Sunday, June 7, has been canceled for 2020 due to the current situation

Tom Sawyer Days to proceed with changes
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Tom Sawyer Days to proceed with changes

All festival events will follow COVID-19 safety guidelines put forth by Gov. Mike Parson, with any updates

Purse auction moves to online format
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Purse auction moves to online format

Due to the current situation and guidelines in response to the coronavirus, the Bear Creek Sports Park purse auction scheduled for Friday, May 15, has been replaced with an online auction beginning Sunday, May 24

The Twain Shall Meet rescheduled to October 9
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The Twain Shall Meet rescheduled to October 9

Hannibal Free Public Library announced the second rescheduling of “The Twain Shall Meet Trivia Contest”