Join us on Sunday, July 18, 2021, to celebrate the bicentennial of Missouri with an old fashion ice cream social. The event will be held in the backyard of 108 W. Maple St. in Plattsburg. It is open to the public and NO CHARGE for ice cream!
The Plattsburg Art Coalition Bicentennial Mural honors Missouri migratory birds and will be on display through December 31, 2021 at 117 W. Maple Street in Plattsburg.
Join us April 10, 2021, at 11am for the dedication of the Plattsburg Art Coalition Bicentennial Mural. The mural honors Missouri migratory birds and will be on display through December 31, 2021 at 117 W. Maple Street in Plattsburg.
Join us on May 1, 2021, starting at 4pm, for Vegas Night on Cameron Main Street! This will be an open-air casino night at our historic Downtown park. We will have food vendors, a winery, a live band, and a gaming host. Guests will pay a $25 cover charge and receive their chips to play games of chance. Winners may spend their chips on prizes donated by local businesses.
Join us on August 8, 2021, for a Community Old Fashioned Picnic. Sponsored by the Clinton County Historical Society, the picnic is a bicentennial celebration for the entire county of Clinton, Missouri, to with food, drinks, games and music. The picnic is open to all public from all over Missouri.
Join us November 6-7, 2021 for the Plattsburg Artist Coalition 22nd Annual Fine Arts Show & Sale. Original paintings, photos of Missouri landscape, and other fine art pieces will be on display and available for sale.
Join us October 7-10, 2021 for the Plattsburg Artist Coalition Bicentennial Fall Festival. This three-day festival will celebrate the Missouri Bicentennial with carnival, fair food, craft booths and more.
Join us July 19-21, 2021 for the Plattsburg Artist Coalition Quilt Show: 200 Quilts for 200 Years. Two hundred quilts will be on display representing the past 200 years of Missouri history. This show will also feature the Missouri Bicentennial quilt.
Clinton County Historical Society presents an Oral History of Clinton County, Missouri. The project will include a video of descendants telling their Clinton County families’ history, coupled with pictures, old newspaper articles, etc. There are currently twenty families participating. Once recording is complete, the project will be put on YouTube, some Facebook pages (Clinton County Historical Society, Current Happenings in Plattsburg) and the Plattsburg MO website, and shared with many others. An article will appear in the Plattsburg Leader and a DVD of the individual history has been given to each participating family. DVDs are not available to the public at this time. A copy will be kept at the Clinton County Historical Society Museum. The video will cover a cross-section of Clinton County life, rural and towns, past and present.