Ladies Day in Mary Kay!

Dearborn, MO–Switch Track Mall (201 Main St. Dearborn, MO 64439) will host a special event, Ladies Day in Mary Kay, on Saturday, December 14th. Participants can choose from three sessions (there are 8 available seats per session).

  • Muffins & Makeovers 9:00 am
  • Quiche & Quickchange 11:00 am
  • Cheesecake & Christmas Gifts 1:00 pm

If interested, please RSVP to Linda Hoover at 816.665.7490 or 816.992.3313. 

Upcoming Fundraisers for the 2020 Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival

Edgerton, MO–The Edgerton Pioneer Days Association will host two fundraisers on Saturday, November 16, 2019 to raise funds for the 2020 Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival.

A Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast will be held from 7:30 am to 10:30 am at the American Legion Post #445 at 503 Belt Ave. in Edgerton, MO. The menu is biscuits and gravy, coffee and juice for the cost of a donation. A special raffle will be held for some hunting items (as the 16th is opening day of rifle season).  Raffle tickets can be purchased at the breakfast and winners will be drawn that day.


A “Hunting Widows Painting Day” will also be held that same day at the same location beginning at 12:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served. Desiree Keefhaver of Plz Paint Me will show attendees how to paint a special Christmas design on canvas. Supplies will be provided, and the fee to participate is $30 a person.


#2020Census in Edgerton

Edgerton, MO– The 2020 Census is quickly approaching and the City of Edgerton is hoping to get a more accurate look at it’s residents.

City of Edgerton Alderman, Rick Roan plans to mail the following letter out with City water bills after the first of the year.

“In the middle of March 2020, every household should receive a Census Survey. If you have not received one by the middle of April, Please contact Amy at City Hall, or Rick Roan at (785) 230-4605 and we will make sure you get one.

Please take the time to fill out the survey instead of the initial thought of throwing it away. You can fill out the survey three ways: Online, by phone or by mail.

The 2010 Census listed Edgerton’s average income at $73,000.00! I think we all know that is not a true income. Filling the survey out is important, as they can help the town, county, etc in getting grants and other money available.

Once you receive the survey, and if you have questions, please feel free to contact Rick Roan, as he is the chair person of the Edgerton 2020 Census Committee. Your other committee members are Mayor Shawn Harmer and Alderman Myrna Weese. We plan on opening City hall on a Saturday (date and time TBA later) to answer any questions that may arise or assistance on filling the survey out. Again, please fill out your survey honestly, and let Rick know if you did not receive one by the middle of April 2020.”


August Library Programs

Platte County, MO– The North Platte Branches of Mid-Continent Public Library have some great programs coming up in August!

Dearborn Duck Day (All ages)

Dearborn Branch: Tuesday, August 6, 2019; 10:00am

Have a quacking good time with rubber duck races, stories, songs, games and crafts at the library.


Life is Like a Box of Crayons (For Adults)

Camden Point Branch: Saturday, August 17, 2019; 2:00pm

Whether you stay in the lines or venture outside them, coloring is credited with lowering stress and anxiety in adults, promoting greater self-esteem and awareness, as well as encouraging creativity and personal expression. Join us for a relaxing coloring event for grown-ups. No artistic ability is required. We supply coloring sheets and some materials, or you may bring your own.


Accessing eBooks with Overdrive (For Adults)

Edgerton Branch, Saturday, August 24, 2019; 3:00pm

Can’t find a book on the shelf? Try looking in our digital collection! Learn the steps to searching and checking out an eBook through OverDrive Digital Downloads, and reading it on your computer or device.


Maximum Huzzah! Get the Most From Ren Fest (For Adults)

Camden Point Branch, Monday, August 26, 2019; 6:30pm

Join the Renaissance Festival Maestro for an insider’s guide to the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, and learn the    secrets, tricks, and tips to maximizing your festival experience.

Local Book Groups

Read any good books lately? Each branch offers a monthly Book Group.

Edgerton Branch-Thursday, August 1, 2019 @ 7:00pm

Dearborn Branch-Tuesday, August 13, 2019 @ 4:00pm

Camden Point Branch-Monday, August 19, 2019@7:00pm

Local Early Literacy Storytimes

And of course, don’t miss the weekly storytimes! You have three opportunities to attend local Early Literacy Storytimes each week! Early Literacy Storytimes help children develop skills through talking, singing, reading, writing and playing.

Tuesday, 10:00am at the Dearborn Branch
Wednesday, 10:00am at the Edgerton Branch
Thursday, 10:00am at the Camden Point Branch


“No One Saw A Thing” Premiers August 1

Dearborn, MO–The documentary television series No One Saw a Thing is set to premiere on SundanceTV on August 1st. Scenes were filmed in Dearborn, MO.

No One Saw a Thing examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small-town America. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s in Skidmore, MO after a resident was shot dead in front of almost 60 townspeople. These witnesses deny having seen anything, to this very day.

Watch the trailer for the series here.

For more information on the case, read In Broad Daylight, by Harry N. MacLean. You can get a copy from your local library!

Fun & Friendship

Dearborn, MO–Hosted by Dearborn United Methodist Church (106 S. June St. Dearborn, MO 64439), Fun & Friendship meets on the 3rd WEDNESDAY of each month. Arrive by 11:00 for games, puzzles, and just spending time visiting. Enjoy a delicious lunch at noon and then those who want to play Bingo can stay for a few rounds. All ages are invited to participate.

Chips for Charity

Edgerton, MO–Safelite AutoGlass will be on site in the Edgerton, MO City Park Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 9 am to noon. Appointments are preferred. Contact to make an appointment.

They will repair chips in your windshield for $35 for the first chip, and $10 for each consecutive chip (chip repair usually runs $150). The chip must be smaller than a quarter and cracks cannot be longer than a dollar bill.

This is a Fundraiser for the 2019 Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival, provided by Safelite AutoGlass.

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