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Join Lindsay Gomez and Emilee Sagaser from Sort It Out, LLC, September 1 from 12:30-1:30 pm for an informative and educational presentation that will provide tips and tricks to organizing, downsizing, and discuss the benefits of Swedish death cleaning at the Joyce Raye Patterson 50+ Activity Center, 100 S 10th Street, St. Joseph, MO. Registration is required to attend this free event. Please stop by the JRP or call (816) 271-4666 to register today!
Learn about all of the Medicare options, supplemental plans (aka Medigap or letter plans), & Medicare Advantage. Explore the pros and cons of each to help you make a more informed decision during this falls open enrollment (October - December). This free session is scheduled for 10 am, September 28, 2023 at the Joyce Raye Patterson 50+ Activity Center, 100 S 10th Street, St. Joseph, MO 64501. Please register in advance by stopping by or calling (8160 271-4666.
Explore the art genre called steampunk in the September Monthly Craft at the JRP, 100 S 10th Street, St. Joseph, MO. This interesting and fun multi-media project will discuss steampunk and provide participants the opportunity to create a make and take project. All supplies will be provided for this class that is scheduled for September 29 from 8:30-11:30 am at the Joyce Raye Patterson 50+ Activity Center. Seating is limited for this class so please stop by or call and register today to save your space. (816) 271-4666.
Frank Oden's cowboy poetry creates a lyrical narrative for music evocative of the American West. The story poems are interspersed between orchestral selections including John Williams' Cowboy's Overture, Aaron Copland's Four Dances from Rodeo and Rossini's William Tell Overture.
It's MOVIE NIGHT! Admission is FREE! Bring your family and friends for a free showing of a popular movie from 1993 that everybody loves involving three witches, a talking cat, and children who lit a candle! Costume contest for the kiddos from 1-18 years old with prizes for each of 3 age groups! Concessions and souvenirs available to help FKP fund future events!
Costume contestants line up at 7 p.m.
Judging at 7:30 p.m. by audience applause
Movie starts at 8 p.m.
SPONSORED BY: Friends of Krug Park, St. Joseph Parks and Rec, St. Joseph Public Library and Captain 16mm Summer Cinema