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Cyclist registration begins at 7:30am. More information at event . Food and drink vendors open on Vine Street at 12:30 p.m.

Street Concert Series

1:00pm: Thad Requet

3:00pm: Galbraith and Gorham

5:30pm: Violet the Undercurrents

8:00pm: The Flood Brothers

An entry donation of $10 gets you all day, come and go as you pleaseentry to the street concert series and vendors! endors include West Winery (winery will also be open regular hours to help you stay cool), The Smoke House BBQ, The Big Cheeze Mizzou, Manzo's Wood-Fired Pizza, Koch’s General Store, True Blue Bar-BQ, and Yumeez Homemade Ice Cream Concessions!

Find more information at the FB dedicated to the event.

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Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Chandler Hill Vineyards
Red, White Blue Sparkling Sangria
Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 11:00am to 5:00pm
Jowler Creek Vineyard Winery

The 4th of July is almost here! Celebrate with Jowler Creek Winery's “Red, White Blue Sparkling Sangria.” This special sangria is available in the tasting room by the glass and carafe. Enjoy it this Sunday only!

Independence Day Lawn Party
Tuesday, July 3, 2018 - 11:00am to 9:30pm
Chandler Hill Vineyards

Celebrate Independence Day at Chandler Hill Vineyards! The winery is throwing an all-day Lawn Party with plenty of games plus food andbeverages served down in the vineyards! So bring some chairs or a blanket and enjoy live music, food and drink specialsand the winery's famous fireworks show to cap off the night!

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Bacchus BBQ Wine Trail
Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Missouri River Wine Trail

Bring your friends for a weekend filled with wine and BBQ at the Bacchus BBQ Wine Trail event, July 7 and 8.Taste some of the best BBQ paired with fun summer wines at this laid back tour of the Missouri River Wine Trail. Start your adventure at any of the seven winery locations and receive your souvenir glass, then explore food and wine pairings at each winery.

https://missouririverwinetrail.ticketleap.com/bbq/dates

Sara Evans Live at Shawnee
Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Shawnee Bluff Vineyard

Mark your calendar for Sara Evans Live on July 7 at Shawnee Bluff Vineyard. Ssara Evans takes the stage at 8 p.m. followed by an EPIC Firework display by Brilliant Skies. Youth 5 and under are free but will need a ticket if a seat is required. Parking is $5, with 50 percent of the proceeds benefiting the L.A.M.B. Charity. Visit Shawnee Bluff Vineyard's FOOTWEAR Ankle boots on YOOXCOM Paolina Perez mRr9c3KYq
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Totally stumbled on this by accident. I don’t even know if it’s a “legal” way to remove weeds.

As someone on Facebook pointed out, it likely means that I’ve just spread a bunch of seeds everywhere that will germinate the crap out of my yard if I don’t work quickly, so just keep that in mind! LOL.

But I simply blasted the pressure washer over the weeds, removing the top layer and using my boot to slide the weeds off the path.

It left a bunch of mud! (Which I admit was fun to slosh around in! When’s the last time I did that?!)

But with the ground thoroughly drenched and blasted,I thought it was easier to remove them.

And Day #2 of “Weed Removal” was easy because the ground was still muddy. I could dig much easier.

It’s amazing what you find when you start clearing away weeds and earth!

I saw a fat little white spider, a bright yellow caterpillar, and some other interesting bugs I had never seen before!

I wish I had snapped pictures of them.

Usually, I hate bugs when they’re invading my space. But somehow, when I’m invading theirs, suddenly they come awesome. HA!

There was something fun the past couple of days digging the earth, seeing it transform right in front of my eyes.

With the radio blaring in the background, a trowel in my hand, and sweat on my brow, I was happy, as I often am when working on projects.

This is new territory for me–becoming one with the space around my home.

There are new rules to learn, new wonders to seek, new lessons to be learned.

And hopefully, new areas that my family will inhabit once it’s pretty! 🙂

Have you learned anything from getting your own hands dirty outside? Leave a comment below and let’s chat about it! 🙂

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