Mark Your Calendars Sept/Oct 2017
The Rocky Horror Show: September 7-30
Head to the woods for this hilarious and wild performance by the Appomattox-based Wolfbane Productions. Described as “a loving homage to the classic B sci-fi film and horror genres,” this show will get you in the Halloween spirit in no time! Find ticket information at wolfbane.org.
Old City Cemetery Candlelight Tours: October 13-28
See the cemetery come to life—in a not-so-spooky way. Professional actors in period costume will pretend to be cemetery residents, telling true stories from local history. Tickets must be purchased in advance; visit gravegarden.org for more information.
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Sedalia Chili Cookoff: October 21
As the weather starts to cool down, stay warm at this fall festival that’s been going strong for 21 years. Teams will compete to see who has the best chili recipe. Find out how to enter your chili or buy tickets at sedaliacenter.org.
Local Openings & Closings
Hello! to James River Adventures in Madison Heights.
Hello! to Country Kids Consignment Boutique on Leesville Road.
Goodbye to the Zaxby’s location in Forest.
Hello! to Iron and Ale restaurant in Cornerstone.
Goodbye to Open Porch Café in Wyndhurst.
Hello! to Corner Burger in New London.
Hello! to Hippos, a family-owned restaurant in Wyndhurst.
Goodbye to the Baby Giraffe’s storefront in the Forest Square Shopping Center.
Hello! to Brother Jake’s Brick Oven Creations, a new food truck.
Hello! to Rolling Dough Cookie Company in Cornerstone.
Hello! to the new, bigger location of Bräuburgers in Forest.