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Rolla Tuesday Farmer's Market

Occurs May 28, 2024

Location Big Lots Parking Lot

Contact Elizabeth Leach (

Organization Rolla Tuesday Farmer's Market


Come down to The Rolla Tuesday Farmer's Market at the Big Lots Parking Lot in Rolla.
Every Tuesday. May through October. 2pm until dark.
Free to set-up and sell* or just browse the many vendor's variety of items.

*All items must be grown or made in Missouri.

LGBTQ+ Rolla Pride

Occurs June 8, 2024

Location Rolla Bandshell - 901 N Elm Street

Contact LGBTQ+ Rolla (

Organization LGBTQ+ Rolla


Save the date for LGBTQ+ Rolla's annual Pride celebration - Saturday, June 8th from 5-8pm in downtown Rolla (bandshell and festival lots - 901 N Elm Street).
This event is free and open to all LGBTQ+ individuals and allies - you do not need to be a Rolla resident to attend, and it is open to all ages. Come celebrate and affirm Pride!
We will have an educational guest speaker, entertainment, photo booth, food trucks, pride t-shirt tie-dying, face painting, crafts, affirming freebies, and community booths.

Folky Fish Fest

Occurs June 1, 2024

Location Maramec Spring Park, St. James

Contact Lee Watson (

Organization Folky Fish Fest


Folky Fish Fest will bring together a top flight raft of musical acts to fill your ears! Maramec Spring Park, right down the road from St. James, will partner with us Folky Fish folk to present a full weekend of stage performance, dance and workshops, a plethora of food and artisan vendors and ALL the wonderful amenities that the Park and The James Foundation have to offer.

The establishment of a musical education fund is the primary goal of The Folky Fish Fest. The Adam Yount-John Hotze Memorial Education Fund will provide future assistance to budding local musicians in Crawford and Phelps Counties in Missouri.

If you're interested in supporting this education fund there are a number of ways you could help. Firstly, purchasing a ticket and coming out to enjoy the weekend and support our fine vendors. We would also be overjoyed at having your business as a sponsor. A tax deductible donation can be made in your name, if you want to be recognized or anonymously made if you would prefer the privacy. Checks can be made and sent to The James Foundation, 21506 Maramec Spring Dr, St James, MO 65559 with a notation including The Folky Fish Fest.

Tickets are on sale now!

Camping arrangements will be exclusively handled by the Park staff. A ticket will be required to book your camping for the weekend.

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