There were plenty of home-made sweets to go along with the sweet sounds of Jerry Epperson and Pat Joyce as they warmed the crowd with classic jazz tunes on a cold winter Sunday. I stopped by for a set and a few sweets myself. Then I got a few pictures to share. I hope to see you all there next year. Enjoy.
Great food and live music from Jerry Epperson and Pat Joyce to bring you in from the cold. Last year was a great event, so the Raintree Arts Council is putting it on for the 3rd year in a row.
It on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 20, 2013 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM. When you come in town for coffee and a sweet, the Apple Shed is the place to be on Jan 20th.
Tickets are $20 at the door, which includes all coffee, homemade desserts and the sweet sounds of Jerry Epperson & Pat Joyce.
- Saturday Jan. 12, 2013 9:00 PM
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St. Louis native Barbara Carr got her start singing like so many soul performers did – in church singing in the choir, before forming a family gospel group. She soon got into singing secular music, forming a popular local group called the Petites, which opened for artists such as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. Barbara got her first big break when she auditioned and won the job as a singer in St. Louis legend Oliver Sain’s band, which she held until 1972.
During her time with Oliver Sain’s band, Barbara Carr also secured a solo deal with Chess Records and released several singles for the iconic label (“Don’t Knock Love,” “I Can’t Stop Now,” “Think About It Baby”). When those didn’t sell like she’d hoped, Barbara stopped recording for a time to raise a family. After a short return to Chess in the early ‘70s, Barbara and her husband eventually formed their own label and began releasing a number of singles, mostly recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals Studios in Alabama. These resulted in the release of her first album, Good Woman Go Bad, in 1989, as well as several others in the ‘90s on several other labels, including Paula, and a very successful string of singles and albums that followed over the next 10 years on the Ecko label.
For more information on Barbara Carr, visit www.catfoodrecords.com.
- Where: Apple Shed, Hwy 79, Clarksville, MO
- Date: Saturday September 22, 2012
- Dinner: 6:00 PM
- Troy H.S. Jazz Band: 7:00 PM
- Cornet Chop Suey: 8:00 PM
- Entry: $15
- Dinner: $7
- Cocktails, Beer, Wine: $$
Sponsored by the Raintree Arts Council
Tuesday, July 24 Adult $10, Children $8
7:00 PM Music By The Blue Grass Martins:
Followed by Clay Hess:
Sheep and Goats in place and weigh-in – Livestock Barn
Goat Show – Showmanship, Breeding Stock, Wethers/Sheep Show – Sheep Showmanship, Breeding Stock Show, Market Lamb Show
Food Stand Open
Food Stand Serving Dinner Special – Roast Beef
Commercial Exhibits Open
Download Commericial Exhibitor Information and Contract
4-H Exhibits Building Open
Petting Zoo & Pony Rides – Commercial Building
Moto-Cross Dirt Bike Races – Motocross Track – View Details
(Sign-in 3 pm; practice 5 pm)
Carnival Rides Open – Price of Admission includes unlimited rides
7:30 pm (NEW TIME)
Little Mr. & Miss Pike County Fair Contest – Small Stage – View Details/Registration Form
Beer Garden Open
Rodeo & Wild Cow Milking – Horse Arena – View Details
Pulled from: http://www.pikecountyfair.org/
The 2012 Pike County Fair is set to officially open on Tuesday, July 24 and will run through Saturday, July 28th. Events leading up to the opening, including an Archery Shoot, Gymkhana, Miss Pike County Fair Contest, Gospel Music, and 4-H and FFA Judging, will start on the preceding Sunday, July 22nd.
Concert entertainment on Saturday evening opens with Bill Whyte for the 7 p.m. show followed by The McClymonts at 8 p.m. and Tracy Lawrence for the 9 p.m. show.
In addition to the musical entertainment on Saturday on the Main Stage, new this year will be Bluegrass Music on Tuesday night.
There will be plenty of fun for everyone throughout the week including the every popular Rodeo, being held two nights this year, a Truck Pull and Tractor Pull on the Main Track and the Demolition Derby, always a crowd-pleaser.
In addition to the rodeo, the Horse Arena will also feature a Western Speed Horse Show, and Team Sorting. The Moto Cross Track will be buzzing with the Dirt Bike and Quad Races. The popular Lawnmower Derby will also return this year.
An added feature this year, the “Show-Me” Missouri State Chili Cook-off, coordinated by the Raintree Arts Council, will be held on Saturday of Fair Week.
Go to the Schedule of Events to see the full lineup of activities along with details of each event.