InfoKwik KC Entertainment Calendar
The Brick House Cafe' & Pub
111 N. Bridge St., Smithville, MO 64089, 816-532-8865. Provides live musical entertainment, specifically "the Blues" every Friday and Saturday night.
The Little Platte Marina
2825 NE 180th St. (on Smithville Lake), Smithville, MO 64089, 816-532-64089. Provides live music during the summer season, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The 2nd annual Smithville Lake Fest is planned for the 2nd or 3rd weekend in September.
Sponsored by The Smithville Area Chamber of Commerce, 816-532-0946, will include a variety of live music, arts & crafts, foods & beverages, nighttime Boat Parade on the lake, one of the largest Street Parades in the Norhtland, a car show, and much more.
Theatre in the Park - June 17, 2000
Sponsored by The Smithville Arts Council, Downtown Courtyard, 816-873-2592.
Hot Summer Nights each Friday evening in August, 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th
Sponsored by SHDMA, Downtown Courtyard.
Other community events for the year 2000 include:
Easter Egg Hunt - April 22, 2000
Sponsored by the SACC, 3 p.m., Smith's Fork Park, 816-532-0946.
Parks Spirit Day - May 13, 2000
Sponsored by the Smithville Parks & Rec Dept., 3 p.m., Downtown Courtyard, 816-292-3618.
City Wide Garge Sale - May 20, 2000
Sponsored by SHDMA, 816-532-4434.
Golf Tournament - June 1, 2000
Sponsored by the SACC, 816-532-0946.
Flea Market - June 10, 2000
Sponsored by SHDMA, Downtown Courtyard, 816-532-4434.
Golf Tournament - Sept. 11, 2000
Sponsored by The Smithville Lions Club, 816-464-2583.
Christmas Open House - Nov. 10, 11 & 12, 2000
Sponsored by SHDMA, Downtown Heritage District shops, 816-532-4757.
There will be several Bike Tours, Races & Mountain Bike Road Races:
Bike Tour - July 8, 2000
Bicycle Race - Aug. 12, 2000
Bike Tour - Sept. 9, 2000
Mountain Bike Road Race - Oct. 7, 2000
Sponsored by Smithville Spokes, various starting points, call for information. 816-532-8150.
Jesse James Festival Website
Woolen Mill State Historic Site and Park
26600 Park Road North Lawson, MO. 64062 Phone 816-296-3357 Fax 816-296-7890 The facility is dedicated to preserving history and promoting recreation. The site contains a Visitor Center/Museum, 19th century Woolen Mill, circa, 1850s Watkins home and other related structures. The park contains a 100 site campground, 100 acre lake, walking/biking trail and many picnic areas.