The Arcadia Valley Mountain Music Festival is held in the outdoor recreation capital of Missouri’s beautiful Arcadia Valley. Activities center around the historic Iron County Courthouse Square on Main Street in Ironton. The 93rd Annual Arcadia Valley High School Fall Festival Parade, the longest running parade held in the state of Missouri, begins at 10:00 a.m. The Fiddle Contest will begin at 11:00 a.m. and is open to the public. There are two groups: Junior Fiddlers age 17 and under and Open Fiddlers age 18 and over. Trophies will be awarded and there is no entry fee. In addition to the fiddle contest, there will be a wide variety of music including Missouri bluegrass, gospel, old time mountain and Americana music. Make your plans to join us October 15-16, 2021, for two full days of music and fun. There will be food vendors, crafters and activities for the kids! There will also be a “special” Missouri Bicentennial display.
Twisted Cat Outdoors is excited to be heading back to Canton, MO, for our annual Jack and Jill Catfish Tournament on September 4, 2021. This family-friendly event continues to grow each year with anglers and spectators coming from many states. We also look forward to bringing in some new and local anglers to fish our Grass Roots division tournament held along with the main event. September is always a great time for fishing in the area. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us Sunday August 8, 2021, as we celebrate the Bicentennial with a parade and picnic! Festivities will kick off in the morning with a community church service followed by the parade! After the parade, everyone can rest and relax at the community picnic as they listen to the Blue Stem Band! The evening will finish out with a BANG as the fireworks start!
For over 20 years, the Cass County Fair has provided a connection to our region’s history, it’s agricultural roots, and provided entertainment for individuals and families. Join us July 13-18, 2021 for this six-day event that provides entertainment for all. The Cass County Fair began as a way to pay tribute to the traditional county fair. The Cass County Fair honors Cass County’s agricultural roots through youth livestock shows, home economics exhibits, pet shows, and rodeos. Over the years, the event has grown to incorporate motorsports events. Super Farmer contests highlight the strength, ingenuity, and collaboration that is needed on the farm. Art and photo shows highlight the regions assets and the talent of our artists. Live music typically spans the country, country rock, blue grass, gospel, and rockabilly genres.