For the second year HHC Community Outreach will have their annual drive through light festival at Binder Park in Jefferson City. The lightshow will run from December 1st through December 30th. The hours will be from 6-9 everyday, except Monday. You can take Rainbow over to Henwick, winding you around Binder Lake to see the lights. The $20 entry fee (per car) will go to local nonprofits including Homemaker Health Care.
If you’re looking to get outside and explore nature this summer the Runge Nature Center is a great place in Jefferson City. The Missouri Department of Conservation manages the Runge Nature Center. It is a 100-acre area off Commerce Drive. It features walking trails, a visitor center with exhibits and live-animal displays. They also hold demonstrations and special events as well.
Citizens of Holts Summit, MO, are blessed with a very professional and experienced police department.
One night I was driving home, and an officer pulled me over. I thought, “What have I done now?” He approached my car and advised my headlight was out. That was it. No ticket, just a very courteous stop to help me out. My husband replaced it the next day.
Fireworks Show: 30 minutes
Festival: All Evening
Several Great Locations to Watch
Come and Enjoy
Park Early. nusually, all of Summit Drive is lined with vehicles and the Summit Plaza is full. Come and park early.
Bring Lawn Chairs.
You are Welcome to Park at McMichael Realty. If you get there early, you are welcome to park in our lot.
Greenway Park. Walk up to Greenway Park for the main area (just beyond the ballfields)
Fireworks Start. tarting time is around 9:30. Once it’s good and pitch dark.
ENJOY! You’re in a small town, so say “Hello” to the people around you and celebrate our Independence.
4th of July
It is certainly about being free, so remember to always thank a veteran. was proud when
my Grandson recently went up to a Veteran and thanked them for their service.
When my wife and I chose to move to central Missouri about ten years ago, we wanted to live away from sizeable cities (think St. Louis and Kansas City), but close enough the necessities of life (think groceries, home improvement, etc). Central Missouri provided the perfect location halfway between my home state (Oklahoma) and my wife's (Ilinois), thus it provided the perfect spot for trips to visit family.
When moving to a different town, there are so many things to check out including schools, churches, police, etc. For a small town, Holts Summit has a lot to offer with different dominations of churches. My husband and I moved here in 1980 and we didn’t think about this. It took us some time to find that right church home. I feel this is very important to consider, along with schools, and other factors.