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    • Points of Interest ARROW ROCK STATE HISTORIC SITE BOONE’S LICK STATE HISTORIC SITE COLUMBIA ART LEAGUE DAVIS ART GALLERY LES BOURGEOIS WINERY & VINEYARDS MURALS PO Box 1 Rte. 87, northwest of Boonville (CAL) GALLERY Walnut and Ripley Streets 14020 West Highway BB 573-874-6386 Arrow Rock 660-837-3330 111 S. Ninth Street, Suite 140 Stephens College Rocheport Several of Columbia’s government buildings 660-837-3330 www.mostateparks.com/booneslick.htm Columbia 573-876-7175 573-698-2133 house significant murals depicting the www.mostateparks.com Nathan and Daniel Morgan Boone, sons 573-443-8838 Established in 1965, the Davis Art Gallery www.missouriwine.com history of the city and Boone County: Once a thriving riverport, the entire town of famous frontiersman Daniel Boone, www.cal.missouri.org functions as a teaching gallery. This Known for its spectacular bluff top view of Boone County Courthouse of Arrow Rock was designated a National began to manufacture salt in 1805 from The Mission of the Columbia Art League official Stephens College Gallery of Art the Missouri River Valley, Les Bourgeois 801 E. Walnut Street Historic Landmark in 1964 and is dotted the Boone’s Lick saltwater spring. Salt is to provide the community with a features monthly exhibits by professional Winery and Vineyards is one of mid- This mural, painted in 1994 by local artist with architectural treasures from the was produced at the site until stimulating environment for experiencing guest artists, faculty, and senior students Missouri’s premier cultural and recreational Sid Larson, depicts the evolution of the past. Wooden sidewalks and overhead approximately 1833. Today, the 52-acre the visual arts through exhibitions, and showcases some of the more than attractions. A family owned and operated justice system in Boone County and canopies still line storefronts, recalling site features picnic facilities and a short education, appreciation, promotion and 12,000 items in the renowned historical winery, Les Bourgeois offers visitors a taste contains vignettes of well-known citizens. the grace and aura of times long past. trail that winds its way to the spring site, creation of art. Located in the historic costume collection. Closed school of some of the Show-Me State’s finest A second-floor mural shows citizens View the exhibits at the visitor center where wood remnants of the salt works City Centre building, CAL showcases the holidays and summer. award-winning wines, exquisite bistro gathering in the new courthouse. museum or take the walking tour offered and an iron kettle are still visible. work of professional, nonprofessional cuisine and beautiful scenery. The Guitar Building at the site. Special events are featured and nationally acclaimed artists. 28 N. Eighth Street throughout the year. DOWNTOWN COLUMBIA The panels created in 1989 depict a social BRADY GALLERY 573-442-6816 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. history of Columbia and Boone County 203 Brady Commons COLUMBIA AUDUBON SOCIETY www.discoverthedistrict.com MEMORIAL GARDEN from the mid-1830s to the early 1900s. BLUESTEM MISSOURI CRAFTS University of Missouri TRAILSIDE NATURE CENTER The District is Columbia’s bustling and 800 South Stadium Boulevard Howard Building, Municipal Court Room 13 S. Ninth Street 573-882-2889 Entrance to MKT Trail off Stadium vibrant central city. Nestled between Columbia The twelve panels in the courtroom were 573-442-0211 www.craftstudio.org Columbia three colleges, The District is a hip, active, 573-874-7460 painted from 1934 to 1938 by University Bluestem Missouri Crafts, a partnership Located on the second floor of MU’s 573-442-8407 and artistic community. Whether it’s www.gocolumbiamo.com of Missouri art professor Dr. Kenneth of artists, features the work of more than Brady Commons, the gallery exhibits http://columbia-audubon.missouri.org coffee in the morning or martinis at The citizens of Columbia’s memorial to Hudson. Each pane represents an event 300 artists and craftspeople in its three- individual and group shows and features The museum features nest boxes, midnight, the friendly and energetic vibe demonstrate a commitment to Martin of interest in the development of room gallery. Works include traditional many of the state’s most talented feeding stations, educational games is up early and stays out late. The Luther King’s dream of freedom, equality Columbia as a city. and contemporary clay, glass, wood, professional faculty and student artists. aimed at pre-teens, a library of bird District’s lively mix of historic and justice for all Americans. The work of metal and fiber. books, Audubon identification videos for architecture, sidewalk cafes and retail public art designed by nationally- COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION all ages and a folio of James Audubon’s shops provide the perfect setting for a recognized sculptor Barbara Grygutis MUSEUM OF ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY CENTRALIA HISTORICAL work. The museum also features a business meeting, lunch with a friend or a features Dr. King’s writings along with One Pickard Hall BOONE JUNCTION VILLAGE SOCIETY MUSEUM geology exhibit with mammal skulls, night on the town. With 110 unique shops, landscaped gardens and a gathering place 573-882-3591 Nifong Park 319 E. Sneed Street butterflies, insects and a cross-section of 70 bars and restaurants, 45 live next to the MKT Nature/Fitness Trail. www.maa.missouri.edu 573-443-8936 Centralia a 160-year-old tree trunk. performances a week, and 5,900 parking The Museum of Art and Archaeology is www.boonehistory.org 573-682-5711 spots, there are plenty of things to do. the third-largest art museum in Missouri, A joint project of the Boone County The museum resides in a house built in THE MONTMINY GALLERY housing more than 14,000 objects. Historical Society and Columbia Parks 1904 by druggist Robert Linwood. In 3801 Ponderosa Avenue Collections include ancient art, Byzantine and Recreation, Boone Junction features 1974, the Chance Foundation provided GEORGE CALEB BINGHAM GALLERY Columbia and Medieval Art, European and American a wide array of sites for visitors. In the the house to the historical society for A-126 Fine Arts Center, UMC 573-443-8936 art, modern and contemporary, African summer months, visitors can see a collecting, preserving and exhibiting 573-882-3555 www.boonehistory.org and non-Western art. furnished pioneer log cabin and a artifacts that document the history of the www.binghamgallery.missouri.edu Located in the Walters-Boone County restored Easley Country Store complete area. The museum features rotating An impressive gallery with a sampling of Historical Museum, the 8,000-square-foot with everything the 1920s family would vintage exhibits, Victorian luncheons and works by University of Missouri faculty gallery is devoted to the care and display need. Visitors can also enjoy the art and an Annual Quilt Show. Adjacent to the and students as well as national and of the paintings of the estate of Tracy and main museums. museum are the beautiful Chance international artists. The gallery exhibits Pierre Montminy. It also houses the Gardens blending a waterfall, flowers, works done in a wide variety of media, Society’s rare collection of more than half trees and rock formations. The museum exploring a range of artistic visions. a million original photographic glass and Chance Gardens are on the National plates and negatives depicting life in Register of Historic Sites. Boone County from 1867 until the mid-twentieth century. 26 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 27
    • Calendar of Events JULY 2008 11 AUGUST 2008 4, 11, 18 & 25 27 26 OUTDOOR CINEMA FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS YOUZEUM STARLIGHT BIKE RAMBLE HALLOWEEN HAPPENING 7/1 – 8/31 Some Like it Hot (PG) 1–3 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. – Family Ride 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. SUNDAY CONCERTS AT 9:00 p.m. SHOW ME STATE GAMES Boonville 8:00 p.m. – Bike Ramble Scattering Fork Outdoor Center, Mexico SHELTER GARDENS Stephens Lake Park (Broadway entrance) Throughout Columbia 660-882-2721 608 East Cherry, Columbia 573-581-2765 Columbia Columbia 573-882-2101 www.boonvillemochamberofcommerce.com 573-445-2275 www.scatteringfork.org 573-445-8441 www.gocolumbiamo.com www.smsg.org www.visitcolumbiamo.com www.shelterinsurance.com 7 TBA 14 & 24 8 GRANDPARENT’S DAY HALLOWEEN FAMILY FUN 7/2 – 9/24 CHAMBER RECITAL SERIES OUTDOOR CINEMA 4:00 p.m. OCTOBER 2008 Nifong Park, Columbia 9TH STREET SUMMERFESTS 7:00 p.m. The Spiderwick Chronicles (PG) Scattering Fork Outdoor Center, Mexico www.gocolumbiamo.com Wednesday Evenings Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts 8:45 p.m. 573-581-2765 3&4 All of North Street Columbia Stephens Lake Park (Broadway entrance) www.scatteringfork.org 2008 BCNB ROOTS ’N TBA (between Broadway and Walnut) 573-875-0600 Columbia BLUES ’N BBQ FESTIVAL TIGER NIGHT OF FUN The District, Downtown Columbia www.motheatre.org www.gocolumbiamo.com 20 & 21 The District, Downtown Columbia Hearnes Center, Columbia www.discoverthedistrict.com 32ND ANNUAL HERITAGE www.rootsnbluesnbbq.com 573-874-7460 18 – 20 & 25 – 27 15 FESTIVAL & CRAFT SHOW www.gocolumbiamo.com 4 SHOW ME STATE GAMES TEEN GARAGE BAND BASH 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 4&5 ANNUAL ABC 17 FIRE IN THE SKY Throughout Columbia Top of Parking Garage Nifong Park, Columbia HUNTSDALE RENDEZVOUS 6:30 p.m. – Gates open 573-882-2101 6th and Cherry 573-874-7460 AND RIVER FESTIVAL NOVEMBER 2008 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. – Bands perform www.smsg.org Columbia www.gocolumbiamo.com Katfish Katy’s Campground, Huntsdale 9:00 p.m. – Fireworks begin www.gocolumbiamo.com 573-443-1426 6 University of Missouri Memorial Stadium 21 – 27 20 www.huntsdalemo.com WINSTON CHURCHILL 573-874-7460 BOONE COUNTY FAIR 21 – 23 ANNUAL ZENITH AIRCRAFT MEMORIAL KETTLE DRUM TEA www.gocolumbiamo.com Boone County Fairgrounds, Columbia 2008 MISSOURI RIVER COMPANY OPEN HANGAR DAY 11 – 12 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Tea 573-474-9435 FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Zenith Aircraft Factory, Mexico HARTSBURG PUMPKIN FESTIVAL 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Wine & Cheese 5, 11, 16, 19, 21 & 26 www.boonecountyfairgrounds.com Thespian Hall, Boonville 573-581-9000 Downtown Hartsburg Westminster Churchill Memorial and Library COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION HOT SUMMER NIGHTS 660-882-7458 www.zenithair.com 573-657-4556 Fulton MUSIC FESTIVAL 7/22 – 8/27 www.friendsofhistoricboonville.org 573-592-5369 7:30 p.m. EN PLEIN AIR 25 – 28 18 www.churchillmemorial.org Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts Columbia Art League Gallery, Columbia COLUMBIA ROCTOBERFEST 6TH ANNUAL MISSOURI Columbia 573-443-8838 SEPTEMBER 2008 6401 W. Highway 40 CHESTNUT ROAST 7–9 573-875-0600 www.cal.missouri.org Columbia 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. COLUMBIA WEAVERS www.motheatre.org 9/2 – 10/18 573-823-2520 UMC Horticulture and Agroforestry AND SPINNERS GUILD 25 MISSOURI WATERCOLOR SOCIETY www.columbiaroctoberfest.com Research Center, New Franklin Boone County Historical Society Museum 9 & 23 ARTRAGEOUS FRIDAY MEMBERS’ INVITATIONAL 573-882-3234 636-479-5659 FAMILY CONCERT SERIES 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Columbia Art League Gallery, Columbia 27 & 28 www.centerforagroforestry.org www.cwsg.missouri.org 7:00 p.m. Throughout Downtown Columbia 573-443-8838 COLUMBIA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts 573-442-4831 www.cal.missouri.org 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 24 Columbia www.artrageousfridays.com Courthouse Square, Columbia ARTRAGEOUS FRIDAY 573-875-0600 4, 11, 18 & 25 573-874-6386 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. www.motheatre.org 7/29 – 8/2 THE DISTRICT TWILIGHT FESTIVAL www.gocolumbiamo.com Throughout Downtown Columbia CALLAWAY COUNTY FAIR 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 573-442-4831 Callaway County Fair Grounds, Fulton Courthouse Square, Columbia www.artrageousfridays.com www.callawaycountyfair.com 573-442-6816 www.twilightfestival.com 30 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 31
    • Parks & Recreation The Columbia Parks and Recreation COLUMBIA COSMOPOLITAN and motocross track attract people from MKT NATURE & FITNESS TRAIL ROCK BRIDGE MEMORIAL STATE PARK Department oversees over 2,800 acres RECREATION AREA around the country. A one-and-a-half mile- 4th and Cherry Streets, Columbia 5901 State Highway 163, Columbia of parkland and maintains 72 parks, 1615 Business Loop 70 W., Columbia long corridor of water, ideal for canoeing, 573-874-7460 573-449-7402 green space locations and recreation 573-874-7460 fishing, swimming and scuba diving, www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ 573-442-2249 (Trail conditions hotline) facilities. A wide array of sports, www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ features a large sand swimming beach. A The MKT is Columbia’s premier trail. This www.mostateparks.com/rockbridge.htm recreation activities, lessons and Also known as “Cosmo Park” and pleasant, wooded area in the center of the 10-foot wide trail built on the old railbed The rock bridge is one of Missouri’s finest special events are available for citizens “CCRA”, this 533-acre park is Columbia’s park has been preserved for picnicking, of the MKT railroad begins downtown at karst features. While walking the half- of all ages. Open space, parks and trails largest park, and the only park in the and a shaded camping area is available. 4th and Cherry Streets. The all-weather mile Devil’s Icebox Boardwalk, visitors provide opportunities to enjoy the system designated as a regional park. It crushed limestone surface provides will pass both under and over the rock natural beauty of Columbia. is host to the annual Show-Me State opportunities for walking, jogging, bridge, have the opportunity to explore GOLF COURSES Games as well as many other events. KATY TRAIL STATE PARK running, and bicycling. The City’s 4.7 mile Connor’s Cave, and see an underground The park facilities include: 1-800-334-6946 MKT links to Boone County’s 4.2 miles of stream, small spring and sinkhole. The 15 GUSTIN GOLF COURSE PARKS • Antimi Sports Complex – 4 lighted www.katytrailstatepark.com trail at the southwest edge of the city at miles of trails that traverse the 2,273- Stadium Boulevard, Columbia fields The Katy Trail is a 225-mile (365 km) Scott Boulevard. The County’s trail acre park are always open to hikers and 573-882-6016 BEAR CREEK TRAIL • Bear Creek Nature Area & Cosmo bike path stretching across most of the connects with the State of Missouri’s are conditionally open to bicyclists. Cosmo to Oakland Park Nature Trail state of Missouri. Over half of it follows Katy Trail State Park near McBaine. The Hikers and horseback riders can enjoy ARTHUR HILLS GOLF COURSE 573-874-7460 • Columbia Skate Park Lewis and Clark’s path up the Missouri distance from the start of the MKT Trail the serenity of the 750-acre Gans Creek 10717 Audrain Road 929, Mexico www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ • Fishing lakes – 2 (Nickell Lake and River, where you can ride beneath to the Katy Trail is 8.9 miles. Wild Area. 573-581-1330 This trail system, located in northern Antimi Lake) towering river bluffs while eagles circle Columbia, links two of the city’s most • Football fields – 4 plus 2 overhead. After leaving the river, the trail EAGLE KNOLL GOLF CLUB popular community parks, the 533-acre football/lacrosse fields meanders through peaceful farmland NIFONG PARK TWIN LAKES RECREATION AREA 5757 E. Eagle Knoll Drive, Hartsburg Columbia Cosmopolitan Recreation Area • Horseshoe pits – 12 lighted and small-town Americana. America’s 2900 E. Nifong Boulevard 2500 Chapel Hill Road, Columbia 1-800-909-0564 or 573-761-4653 and the 75-acre Oakland Park. In general, • L.A. Nickell Golf Course and longest “rails-to-trail” project, formerly 573-874-7460 573-874-7460 the trail follows the natural drainage Clubhouse the MKT rail line, is flat and scenic. It’s www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ HAIL RIDGE GOLF COURSE system of the Bear Creek and runs in an • Off-leash area for dogs ideal for hiking, running, or cycling on This 58-acre park is home to the restored This 64-acre area has water activities for 17511 Highway 87, Boonville east/west direction across the northern • Steinberg playground – plus 2 just about any kind of bike. Horesback Maplewood Home with carriage house, everyone. The 18-acre lake accommodates 660-882-2223 part of the city. The limestone trail is additional playgrounds riding is also allowed on a servants’ quarters, pump house and non-motorized boating and fishing while www.hailridge.com COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION approximately 4.8 miles in length. • Rainbow Softball Center – 6 lighted 25-mile section of the trail. animal barn, the Maplewood Barn Theatre the 4-acre swimming lake has picnic areas, fields and the Boone County Historical Museum. a large sand beach, bathhouse and sand LAKE OF THE WOODS GOLF COURSE • Rhett’s Run Mountain Bike Trail In addition, there are numerous picnic volleyball court. A playground, dog park 6700 E. Saint Charles Road, Columbia CAPEN PARK AND GRINDSTONE • Remote control car track MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST sites, a fishing lake and dock, and creek and .4-mile trail for gravel biking, walking 573-474-7011 NATURE AREA • Roller hockey rink Cedar Creek Ranger District, and nature area. and jogging add to the outdoor enjoyment. 1600 Capen Park Drive, Columbia • Soccer fields – 19 grass 4549 State Road H, Fulton L. A. NICKELL GOLF COURSE www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ • Tennis courts – 8 lighted 573-592-1400 1800 Parkside Drive, Columbia Scenic overlooks and bluffs are a favorite • Volleyball courts – 6 sand; 1 grass www.fs.fed.us/r9/forests/marktwain/ OAKLAND PARK 573-445-4213 of rock climbers in the 32.4 acre park, The Cedar Creek Trail provides an 1900 Blue Ridge Road, Columbia which offers a free mulch site for excellent opportunity to view the restored 573-874-7460 PERCHE CREEK GOLF CLUB Columbia citizens. Capen Park also FINGER LAKES STATE PARK lands of the 16,500 acre Cedar Creek www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/ 5500 W. Van Horn Tavern, Columbia features a bridge connection to adjacent 1505 E. Peabody, Columbia Ranger District, part of the Mark Twain This popular community park is made up of 573-445-7546 Grindstone Nature Area's more than 230 573-443-5315 National Forest. It is formed by 3 loops, 75 acres dedicated to fun and fitness. The acres, including informal trails and land- www.mostateparks.com/fingerlakes.htm crossing 36 miles of pastoral countryside. Oakland Family Aquatic Center and the TIMBER LAKE GOLF COURSE forms for visitors to enjoy. Once the site of a coal strip-mining Two-thirds of the trail is cross-country; 1-mile trail with 18 exercise stations are 3404 County Road 1450, Moberly operation, the man-made landscape of the rest is along gravel roads. It is used for combined with numerous sports fields and 660-263-8542 Finger Lakes State Park has been hiking/backpacking, mountain biking and courts. There are 2 lighted baseball/softball www.timberlakegolf.com transformed into a recreational area horseback riding in some sections. Other fields, 1 full basketball court, 2 disc golf providing a variety of amusement options. activities in the area include bird courses, playgrounds, soccer fields, lighted WINDMILL GOLF COURSE The more than 70 miles of off-road watching, hunting, and primitive camping. tennis courts and volleyball courts. Route B, Clark motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle trails There is no motorized use. 573-641-5737 36 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 37
    • Stadiums ARROWHEAD STADIUM CHAIFETZ ARENA One Arrowhead Drive #1 South Compton Avenue Kansas City, MO 64129 St. Louis, MO 63103 Information Arena Information 816-920-9300 314-977-5000 Tickets (February 1–end of season) St. Louis Billikens Information 816-920-9400 314-977-4SLU (4578) www.kcchiefs.com www.thechaifetzarena.com www.slubillikens.cstv.com The NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, members of the AFC West Division, make their The new 10,600 seat Chaifetz Arena on home at 79,451-seat Arrowhead Stadium. the Saint Louis University campus is the permanent home of the St. Louis Billikens athletic program. BUSCH STADIUM COMMUNITYAMERICA BALLPARK (CAB) 420 S. 8th Street 1800 Village West Parkway St. Louis, MO 63102 Kansas City, KS 66111 Ticket Charge Line Information & Tickets 314-345-9000 913-387-3400 COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION Cardinals’ Customer Service www.kcwizards.com 314-345-9600 Beginning in 2008, the Kansas City www.stlcardinals.com Wizards of Major League Soccer make the 10,385 CAB the temporary site of The 17-time National League Champions their home games while their new and 2006 World Series Champion St. stadium is designed. Louis Cardinals call the new Busch Stadium home. The season runs April through October. 38 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 39
    • Calendar of Events SEPTEMBER 2008 20 – 21 4 25 NOVEMBER 2008 17 – 24 ANNUAL MODEL RAILROAD CLAYBANK JAMBOREE ALZHEIMER’S WALK TO REMEMBER COFFEE COUNTY FARM/ 4 – 4/2/09 SHOW AND SALE Downtown Ozark Westgate Park, Dothan 1 CITY WEEK & BANQUET FEED YOUR MIND LECTURE SERIES National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds 334-774-9321 334-702-2273 FIRST SATURDAY FAMILY DAY AT WMA New Brockton Farm Center, Enterprise Wiregrass Museum of Art Dothan Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan 334-347-0581 & Conference Center, Dothan 334-790-6284 4 25 334-794-871 334-794-3871 FIRST SATURDAY FAMILY DAY AT WMA BOLL WEEVIL FESTIVAL 18 24 – 27 Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan Downtown, Enterprise 1 MOD TASTE OF DOTHAN 5–7 HOUSTON COUNTY 334-794-871 334-347-0581 KARATE TOURNAMENT Dothan Civic Center, Dothan FALL TENNIS CLASSIC JUNIOR MISS PAGEANT Dothan Civic Center, Dothan 334-615-3170 Westgate Tennis Center, Dothan Dothan Opera House, Dothan 4 25 334-615-3170 334-9615-3790 334-615-3176 OZARK PITTS FLY-IN AND AIR SHOW PEANUT BUTTER FESTIVAL 20 Blackwell Field, Ozark Downtown Brundidge 3–5 COFFEE COUNTY ARTS ALLIANCE 6 26 334-735-3125 NPF CHORAL FESTIVAL EVENT: THE LETTERMEN FIRST SATURDAY FAMILY DAY AT WMA FORT RUCKER OKTOBERFEST 10 – 11 Dothan Opera House, Dothan Elba High School, Elba Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan AND GOLF TOURNAMENT LITTLE MISS NATIONAL PEANUT 25 334-615-3170 334-406-ARTS (2787) 334-794-871 Enterprise FESTIVAL PAGEANT MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY 334-255-9810 Dothan Civic Center, Dothan Ozark 8 TBA 11 334-615-3170 334-774-9321 NPF PARADE DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT Dothan Civic Center, Dothan Downtown Ozark Newton OCTOBER 2008 16 – 18 25 334-615-3170 334-774-9321 334-774-9321 MISS NATIONAL PEANUT WIREGRASS HERITAGE FESTIVAL 1–5 FESTIVAL PAGEANT Landmark Park, Dothan 8 12 – 14 HOLIDAY OF HOPE MARKETPLACE Dothan Civic Center, Dothan 334-794-3452 SOGGY BOTTOM BBQ BASH DECEMBER 2008 STATE MIXED DOUBLES Dothan Civic Center 334-615-3170 Enterprise Westgate Tennis Center, Dothan 334-836-1947 28 334-347-0581 1 334-9615-3790 16 – 18 HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL CHRISTMAS PARADE COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION 1 – 31 SEACT PRESENTS “CHEATIN’” Rose Hill 9 – 11 Franklin Street, Abbeville 18 SCARECROWS IN THE GARDEN The Cultural Arts Center, Dothan 334-615-3740 SOUTHERN CRUISERS 334-585-2273 LOW COUNTRY BOIL Dothan Area Botanical Gardens 334-794-0400 RIDING CLUB RALLY Landmark Park, Dothan 337-793-3224 31 – 11/9 Dothan 2 334-794-3452 18 NATIONAL PEANUT FESTIVAL 334-791-0658 CHRISTMAS PARADE 2 – 25 CUBMOBILE DERBY Highway 231, Dothan Downtown Enterprise 18 – 21 UNDERSTUDY DINNER THEATER Dothan 334-793-4323 13 – 18 334-347-0581 WIREGRASS HOMES GARDEN SHOW “Grits on the Side” 334-615-3700 FARM/CITY WEEK Civic Center, Dothan 334-791-1268 31 – 11/9 CELEBRATION AND BANQUET 334-615-3170 18 WIREGRASS HERITAGE FESTIVAL Ozark Civic Center, Ozark 4 FORT RUCKER APPRECIATION DAY Landmark Park, Dothan 334-774-9321 19 – 21 ANNUAL YOUTH FISHING DAY Enterprise 334-794-3452 FORT RUCKER US ARMY SOLDIER SHOW Eastgate Park, Dothan 334-347-0581 15 Enterprise 334-615-3731 HOLIDAYS IN THE SOUTH BAZAAR 334-347-0581 23 Yano Hall Building, Fort Rucker 4 CUSINE ART 334-774-4074 20 ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR CAR SHOW Wiregrass Museum of Art CRUISE IN FOR A CAUSE CAR SHOW Landmark Park, Dothan & Conference Center US Highway 52, Dothan 334-794-3452 334-794-3871 334-792-0149 30 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 31
    • Parks& Recreation ADVENTURELAND THEME PARK EASTGATE PARK LAKE THOLOCCO VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK WESTGATE PARK RECREATION CENTER 3738 West Main Street, Dothan 2049 Sanitary Dairy Road, Dothan Located in Fort Rucker, this 640-acre 661 East Davis Street, Elba 501 Recreation Road, Dothan 334-793-9100 334-615-3730 (Rental Information) lake is deemed a hot recreational spot 1-800-239-2358 334-615-3760 www.adventurelandthemepark.com You’re sure to enjoy the outdoors at in Alabama. Not only can visitors fish, 334-897-2273 The Westgate Park Recreation Center Experience all that this theme park has to Dothan’s tranquil 200-acre park. Spacious boat and swim, but they can also enjoy This beautiful park honors American features the following facilities: offer. Putt on the two 18-hole miniature grounds are available for picnics, kite water skiing, jet skiing and windsurfing veterans from the five branches of the The Marvin Lewis Dixie Youth Complex: golf courses, ride on the bumper boats, flying, sand volleyball, tennis, and walking during the summer season. Water slides armed forces. See the theme of five in the Four baseball fields for youth test your speed on the go-kart track or on the two-mile walking trail or boardwalk. are available for adults and children, 40-foot, five-point star, the five walking tournaments or league play for GETAWAY TO THE GREEN visit the arcade where there are video Kids can enjoy bike riding and the two and a trampoline is also available. Many lanes and five water spouts at the fountain. participants from 5 - 12 years of age. and novelty games. Batting cages and a available playgrounds. Take time to relax different types of boats, including mini Larry and Rona Dykes Walking/Jogging DOTHAN COUNTRY CLUB snack bar are also available. under a tree with a good book, or enjoy bass boats, jon boats and pontoon Trail: A 3.5-mile trail for walking, jogging, 200 South Cherokee Avenue, Dothan fishing in one of the two ponds. boats are available for rent at West WALTON PARK or biking. A two-mile exercise trail with 334-792-6650 Beach. Campsites, showers and electric 122 Walton Park Drive, Dothan recommended exercises and helpful BLUE SPRINGS STATE PARK hookups are all available. Use a roofed 334-615-4710 information is also available. ELBA COUNTRY CLUB 2595 North State Highway 10, Clio ED LINSENBY PUBLIC LAKE pavilion on West Beach for picnics and Walton Park’s recreation center houses Westgate Soccer Complex: Three 1477 Country Club Way, Elba 334-397-4875 & WALKING TRAIL outdoor parties. a gymnasium, game room and two regulation size soccer fields suited for 334-897-6000 www.alapark.com 861 Myrtle Drive, Ozark meeting rooms. The park has two ball night play. Concession and restroom This park’s spring pool, fed by a crystal- 334-774-0588 fields, an outdoor swimming pool, two facilities are also available. ENTERPRISE COUNTRY CLUB clear underground spring, is the main www.ozarkalabama.us LANDMARK PARK lighted hard surface tennis courts, a Northcutt Athletic Complex: A football/ 3000 Ozark Highway 27 North, Enterprise attraction. The park also boasts a This lake offers 92 acres of beautiful Highway 431 North, Dothan playground and a pavilion. soccer field and a baseball field, a 334-347-2726 modern 50-site campground, primitive water with a variety of fish, including 334-794-3452 concession area and dressing rooms. campsites, picnic tables, grills, picnic largemouth bass, channel catfish, www.landmarkpark.com Dothan Kiwanis Park and Trail: This ideal GREEN HILL GOLF COURSE shelters and a playground. shellcrackers and bluegill. Also featured Go back in time at this museum of WATER WORLD setting for parties or family gatherings 2600 Old Campbellton Highway, Dothan is a 3.1-mile walking trail. One mile of the agriculture. Landmark Park celebrates 401 Recreation Road, Dothan features a popular playground, a pavilion 334-792-3597 trail is primitive, while the other 2.1 miles Wiregrass history through its many historic 334-615-3750 with restrooms, and a half-mile lit and DOTHAN AREA BOTANICAL are paved. The trail is open year-round, buildings, events and programs. Experience www.waterworlddothan.com paved walking and jogging trail. The HIGHLAND OAKS GOLF CLUB GARDENS (DABG) and pets on leashes are welcome. this 1890s living history farm including a At Water World, families can enjoy playground offers equipment in 904 Royal Parkway, Dothan COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION 5130 Headland Avenue, Dothan farmhouse, smokehouse, a cane mill, a many activities including a giant wave designated areas for children ages 2-5, as 334-712-2820 334-793-3224 syrup shed, and live animals like sheep, pool, a triple-flume water slide, a kiddie well as ages 5-12. The playground surface www.dabg.com JOHNNY HENDERSON FAMILY PARK goats and pigs. play area, and the Great White, a giant is poured rubber. The pavilion seats OLYMPIA SPA GOLF COURSE The Dothan Area Botanical Gardens span 1901 Neil Metcalf Road, Enterprise Tour the Victorian gazebo, a one-room U-shaped tube ride. Water World also approximately 48 people. There are also 7410 Highway 231 South, Dothan 50 acres and are non-profit, public gardens. 334-347-1211, Ext. 2300 schoolhouse, a drugstore and doctor’s offers a video arcade, a souvenir shop six picnic tables nestled on the edge of 334-677-3321 These gardens consist of cultivated gardens This family-oriented park is perfect for office, an activity barn featuring historical and concessions. Concessions, group the playground. and nature trails, as well as undeveloped, children and parents. The park features artifacts that is available for rent, a country discounts and private parties are also OZARK COUNTRY CLUB wooded landscape. walking trails, a playground, pavilions store and the turn-of-the-19th-century available. You may bring your own food 300 Country Club Drive, Ozark Construction for the gardens began in and a lake. Headland Presbyterian Church. and drinks into the park, but alcohol WIREGRASS PARK 334-774 2615 1996, and currently feature the following Stroll through the woods on an elevated and glass containers are prohibited. 620 Sixth Avenue, Dothan established gardens: an Azalea Garden, boardwalk and experience the quiet nature. 334-615-4740 RIVER OAKS GOLF COURSE Butterfly Garden, Camellia Garden, Daylily Kids will love “The Barnyard,” a 13,000- Wiregrass Park’s recreation center features 203 River Oaks Road, Geneva Garden, Demonstration Garden, Herb square-foot, custom-designed playground a gymnasium, a game room and two 334-684-6190 Garden, Heirloom Garden, an Ornamental which features agricultural themes. meeting rooms. The park has three softball Shrub Garden, a Rose Garden and a Because Landmark Park is 100 acres of fields, an outdoor swimming pool, and nine SILVER WINGS GOLF COURSE Succulent Garden. There is also a 3/4 mile outdoor learning center, visitors gain lighted hard surface tennis courts. Combat Road, Building 20067, Fort Rucker paved trail featuring plants and trees hands-on knowledge about the heritage of 334-598-2449 indigenous to Alabama. the Wiregrass region. Other educational programs include the StarLab Planetarium TARTAN PINES GOLF CLUB and various wildlife exhibits. Events are 423 Tartan Way, Enterprise held throughout the year. 334-393-8000 36 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 37
    • Hunting & Fis Guide hing HAROLD E. ALEXANDER/SPRING RIVER WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA ELK SQUIRREL Located about six miles south of Hardy, the Harold E. Alexander/Spring River Wildlife Management Area is managed by the State Game September 22-26, 2008 September 6, 2008 – February 28, 2009 and Fish Commission (AGFC). On its more than 13,000 acres, deer, quail and small animal life are prevalent. You’ll find excellent places Elk zones 1, 2, 3, 4 and A May 16, 2009 – June 14, 2009 to birdwatch along Spring River, and primitive camping is available. For more information, call 1-877-297-4331 or visit www.agfc.com. December 8-12, 2008 Statewide This region of Arkansas is a haven for big- and small-game hunters. You’ll find black bear, wild turkey, elk and white-tailed deer as Elk zones 1, 2, 3, 4 and A well as squirrels, rabbits and furbearers. Arkansas is famous for its waterfowl hunting and has come to be known as “The duck TURKEY December 8-12, 2008 ARCHERY hunting capital of the world.” Elk zone B Arkansas fishing is an angler's dream where world-record fish, including brown trout, walleye and hybrid bass are common. October 1, 2008 – February 28, 2009 December 8-12, 2008: Youth Elk Hunt Statewide Anglers will find striped and black bass fishing, in addition to catfish, crappie and bream across the state. If you like fishing in cold Elk zone 3 water, try one of our award-winning trout streams where rainbow, brown, brook and cutthroat trout can be caught year-round. FIREARMS FURBEARERS October 11-17, 2008 FURBEARER TRAPPING Turkey zones 3, 5B, 6 and 17 2008–2009 HUNTING SEASON (OTHER THAN COYOTE, BEAVER, MUSKRAT, NUTRIA) Closed BEAR DEER (Refer to map on page 34) Sunrise, November 15, 2008 – Sunset, February 22, 2009 Turkey zones 1, 1A, 2, 4, 4A, 4B, 5, 5A, 7, 7A, 8, 9, 9A and 10 ARCHERY ARCHERY AND CROSSBOW COYOTE TRAPPING October 1, 2008 – November 30, 2008 October 1, 2008 – February 28, 2009 Sunrise, August 1, 2008 – Sunset, March 31, 2009 Bear zone 1 Statewide BEAVER, MUSKRAT, NUTRIA TRAPPING September 15, 2008 – November 30, 2008 MUZZLELOADER Sunrise, November 15, 2008 – Sunset, March 31, 2009 MONTHLY AVERAGE Bear zone 2 October 18-26, 2008 and December 13-15, 2008 Deer zones 1, 2, 3, 4A, 5A, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15 GRAY FOX, MINK, OPOSSUM, RED FOX, TEMPERATURES AND RAINFALL Closed STRIPED SKUNK HUNTING Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7 October 18-26, 2008 and December 29-31, 2008 Sunrise, September 1, 2008 – Sunset, February 28, 2009 Min. Max. Average Rainfall MUZZLELOADER Deer zones 9, 12, 16, 16A and 17 (°F) (°F) (°F) (Inches) RACCOON DAY OR NIGHT HUNTING October 18-26, 2008 Closed Sunrise, September 1, 2008 – Sunset, March 31, 2009 Bear zones 1 and 2 Deer zones 4, 4B, 5 and 5B January 24.4 44.0 34.2 3.66 RACCOON NIGHT HUNTING Closed MODERN GUN Sunset, July 1, 2008 – Sunrise, August 31, 2008 February 28.5 50.4 39.5 3.69 Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7 November 8-30, 2008 March 37.7 60.4 49.1 5.16 COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION BOBCAT HUNTING MODERN GUN Deer zones 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11 Sunrise, October 1, 2008 – Sunset, February 28, 2009 and from April 46.3 70.5 58.4 4.54 November 3-30, 2008 November 8-9, 2008 the first day of Spring Turkey Season through June 14, 2009 Bear zones 1 and 2 Deer zone 4 May 56.3 79.1 67.7 4.78 COYOTE HUNTING December 6-14, 2008 November 8-9, 2008 and November 15-16, 2008 Sunrise, July 1, 2008 – Sunset, February 28, 2009 and from June 65.1 87.1 76.1 3.23 (closes earlier if quota is reached) Deer zone 5 the first day of Spring Turkey Season through June 14, 2009 Bear zone 5 July 69.4 91.6 80.5 3.29 November 8-16, 2008 RIVER OTTER HUNTING November 29, 2008 – December 14, 2008 Deer zones 4B and 5B Sunrise, November 15, 2008 – Sunset, February 28, 2009 August 67.2 89.6 78.4 3.24 (closes earlier if quota is reached) November 8, 2008 – December 7, 2008 MUSKRAT, NUTRIA, BEAVER HUNTING September 59.3 82.2 70.8 3.54 Bear zone 5A Deer zones 4A, 5A, 13, 14 and 15 Sunrise, September 1, 2008 – Sunset, March 31, 2009 October 47.4 72.4 59.9 3.63 Closed November 8, 2008 – December 14, 2008 BADGER, SPOTTED SKUNK, WEASEL HUNTING Bear zones 3, 4, 6 and 7 Deer zones 9 and 12 November 37.1 58.1 47.6 5.48 Closed November 1-2, 2008: Special Modern Gun Youth Bear Hunt November 8, 2008 – December 25, 2008 December 28.5 47.6 38.1 4.59 Bear zones 1 and 2 QUAIL Deer zones 16, 16A and 17 Year Average 47.3 69.4 58.4 48.83 (does not include WMAs requiring a deer permit to harvest a bear) November 1, 2008 – February 8, 2009 December 26-28, 2008: Christmas Holiday Statewide Closed Statewide (excluding WMAs that are closed during Modern Gun Note: The climatological normals presented in this publication Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7 Deer Season) RABBIT are based on records for the 30-year period from 1970–2000. September 1, 2008 – February 28, 2009 CROW November 1-2, 2008: Special Modern Gun Youth Deer Hunt Statewide September 6, 2008 – February 23, 2009 All zones (excludes certain WMAs where a modern gun or Statewide (Thursday-Monday hunting only) muzzleloader permit is required to hunt) 30 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 31
    • Seating Charts CLEVELAND BROWNS STADIUM QUICKEN LOANS ARENA Home of NFL’s Cleveland Browns Home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland 1 Center Court, Cleveland 440-891-5050 (Tickets) 216-420-2200 (Arena Event Information) 1-888-891-1999 1-800-858-2287 (Cavaliers Ticket Information) 216-420-2000 (Business Office) www.clevelandbrowns.com www.theqarena.com www.cavs.com PROGRESSIVE FIELD WOLSTEIN CENTER AT Home of MLB’s Cleveland Indians CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY 2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland 2000 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland 216-420-4200 (General Information) 216-687-9292 (General Information) 216-687-4848 (CSU Athletic Ticket Office) www.indians.com COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION www.wolsteincenter.com 44 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 45
    • A SPANISH EXPLORER LEAVES HIS MARK The Olive Seventeen counties were created soon after the treaty was signed, including DeSoto County. The name was derived from the famous Spanish explorer Hernando Branch Story DeSoto. Hernando, MS then became the DeSoto County Seat. Legend and some historical documentation seem Community Spotlight Compiled and written by the late Jack McCauley to indicate that DeSoto actually did pass through the county that bears his name. America was still in its infancy, but the westward push T for settlement was well underway. Among the earliest settlers in the Olive Branch area were Stephen Flinn and his wife’s brother-in-law, Milton Blocker. Flinn and L he city of Olive Branch, a suburb of Memphis, TN, is one of Mississippi’s fastest growing cities. In 1973, the Blocker purchased DeSoto County Sections 34 and 35 opening of a 3,000-acre industrial park by Holiday Inns ike many other cities, Olive Branch had a from Chickasaw Chief Lush-pumtubby for $1,600. Inc. marked the beginning of industrial development for different name when it was first founded near where Flinn conveyed the land to Blocker in 1840 for $6,400. the town. More than 26 employers flocked to Olive several old Chickasaw Indian Trails crossed. It was Seven years later, while traveling to New Orleans aboard Branch within the first seven years. originally called Watson’s Crossroad. Then, in 1846, the Mississippi River steamboat Medora, Blocker was TABLE OF CONTENTS Olive Branch Chamber’s current objectives include when the first post office was established, Mrs. Frances killed when the boat’s boiler exploded. THE OLIVE BRANCH STORY ......................23–24 ensuring adequate transportation routes; developing Wilson Blocker — a descendant of one of the Milton Blocker, Jr. was born just a few months after his OLIVE BRANCH strong relationships between new residents and the community’s founders — suggested the name Olive father’s death. When the 10-year-old Milton purchased a CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ....................25–26 community through monthly welcome packets mailed Branch. She thought that the new name symbolized a pine seedling, probably from a passing trader, he planted to each new household; and helping local employers dove bringing a branch to the seagoing Noah. NEWCOMER INFORMATION .......................27–30 what became a towering pine tree at the base of his with their expansion plans while assisting prospective Whatever the reason for her choice, the name was BYHALIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ........31–32 father’s monument. For many years, it was the only pine new employees. informally adopted by the 185 residents. On May 1, 1874, tree in the area. Today, there are millions of Loblolly GOVERNMENT LISTINGS ...........................33–34 Olive Branch was incorporated as a town and on March Olive Branch has a lot to offer both residents and pines planted throughout Mississippi in a massive 6, 1888, it progressed to village status, but there was a reforestation project. visitors. The Olive Branch City Park offers 135 acres of COMMUNITY CONNECTION COMMUNITY CONNECTION lot of history before Olive Branch was formally named. recreation, including lakes, tennis courts, walking trails, Mississippi had become a state on December 10, 1817. and picnic areas. State parks in the area are home to Until then it had been known as Mississippi Territory THE BEGINNINGS OF COMMERCE AND EDUCATION larger lakes as well as campgrounds, and boating. Some and included parts of what is now Alabama. nearby parks (within an hour’s drive) are: Wall Doxey in Milton Senior was most likely responsible for the Holly Springs, Sardis Lake in Sardis, and Arkabulta Lake Fourteen years before the Olive Branch Post Office village’s first business, a mule-powered cotton gin. in Hernando. You can also head to Memphis and check opened, President Andrew Jackson was just beginning Cotton was king in 1804 and for many years afterward. out Tom Lee Park on Riverside Drive. his second term. He decided that extensive Indian-held Later, a creamery and a boat factory boosted the land east of the Mississippi River should be given to community’s economy, and became an indication of There are several museums and other attractions in the frontier settlers for clearing and farming, so he what was to come. Editor’s Note: Entire contents © 2008 by CenturyTel. All rights reserved. Memphis area such as the Pink Palace Museum, Graceland, dispatched General John Coffee to northern Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. the National Ornamental Metal Museum and the National The first church was constructed in 1840 just south of town. Mississippi. General Coffee’s assignment was to The Community Connection section is provided as a helpful reference only. Civil Rights Museum. For more tourist information about In subsequent years, that Methodist church was removed to It has been compiled from sources believed to be accurate, but is not intended persuade the Chickasaw Indians to sell some of their to substitute for official listings or advertising found elsewhere in this book. Memphis, visit their Web site at www.memphistravel.com. make way for a railroad which is now the Burlington CenturyTel offers this material as a public service, but assumes no liability for land. He succeeded in October 1832 when the tribal any action undertaken by any person using the information contained in this In Olive Branch, you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds with Northern’s mainline between Memphis and Birmingham. section. The organizations covered in the CenturyTel Community Connection chieftains signed the Pontotoc Treaty, which allowed section have not paid for publishing this information and the material presented a small-town atmosphere and a big city right next door. them to keep certain designated lands. The remainder According to Dr. David Haraway’s history of Olive does not constitute any advertising on their part. was opened to settlers. Branch, emphasis on education began as early as 1836 Please submit updates, additions or suggestions of information to communityconnection@msmmarcom.com, or call 1-585-385-5708. 22 YOUR OFFICIAL YELLOW PAGES WWW.CENTURYTELYELLOWPAGES.COM 23