Come to Mount Pleasant Winery on Sunday, September 8 for a behind-the-scenes look at Missouri's only Conservation Wine — Bethlehem Valley. Magnificent Missouri will be on hand to taste Dan and Connie Burkhardt's award-winning Norton as well as the highly sought after Chardonel. Bethlehem Valley Wine is produced on-site, by none other than Chuck Dressel of Mount Pleasant Winery. At 2:30, Chuck will lead us through the wine making process and have us taste, right out of the barrel, this year’s crop at a very distinctive time, MUST.
Enjoy complimentary wine provided by Magnificent Missouri and learn about prairie—one of the mightiest ecosystems on earth—from Carol Davit, executive director of the Missouri Prairie Foundation.
Join Magnificent Missouri partner, Stream Teams, for a two day event to tackle the invasive honeysuckle throughout our state. On Saturday starting at 2pm we’ll have a workshop to learn about removing honeysuckle and on Sunday starting at 9am we’ll get out and take on this enemy of the state. Register at www.streamteamsunited.org or call Mary at 573-586-0747.
The Bluegill Buddies have been playing together since 2011. The group includes: Don Huber, banjo/guitar/singer and Linda Jo Huber, singer/guitar/mandolin/banjo/keyboard. Recently, the Bluegill Buddies supplied musical background for the PBS' special Rivertowns: 100 Miles, 200 Years, Countless Stories.
Stop by Peers Store to hear Don and Linda at 16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357.
Both Dusty and Pearl began playing as teens in the folk venues of the famed Gaslight Square district in St. Louis, MO, where they honed their instrumental skills and the art of crafting tight vocal harmonies.
Stop by Peers Store to hear Dusty and Pearl at 16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357.
Tom Hall has been the undisputed occupant of “first chair” in every band he’s played in, whether it’s the Geyer Street Sheiks, River City Rhythm, The Illusions, The Fighting Molly McGuires or any of the others. Tom’s paid his dues with interest, playing on street corners, festivals, bars and concerts across the continent, Ireland, and Europe.
Stop by Peers Store to hear Tom at 16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357.
Riverside Wanderers is a folk/blues band from St. Louis, MO featuring Paul Rhodes on guitar and Hannah Satterwhite on vocals, washboard, banjo and mandolin.
Stop by Peers Store to hear Paul and Hannah at 16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357.
Missouri River Academy Camp, sponsored by Missouri River Relief, seeks to build participants’ knowledge and understanding of the Missouri River through hands-on experiences that will deepen their connection and sense of responsibility for its care and stewardship. Campers will be making a stop by Peers Store on Monday, July 8, to learn about the the history of this landmark building of the Missouri River Valley.
This duo will perform folk music for shoppers from noon to 3 at Peers Store (16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357). Stop by to relax and enjoy live music, art, and refreshments while hiking on the beautiful trail along the Missouri River.
Skilled multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter, Ryan Koenig spends much of his time touring with a variety of internationally recognized musical acts. He is a proud native of Saint Louis, MO, but his career as a professional musician has brought him coast to coast in the continental United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
Stop by Peers Store to hear Ryan at 16011 Concord Hill Rd, Marthasville, MO 63357.