UPCOMING 2021 EVENTS

 

Why a Witches night out event?
Because we all love Halloween and what woman doesn’t like getting all dressed up for a fun night out on the town with her girlfriends; all while supporting a great cause!

So, dust off your hats and brooms, throw on your best “Witchy Wear,” and come join us for a spell and have a fun girl’s night out on the town!

Wear comfortable shoes and bring a flashlight, just in case!
As a special fundraiser, this event goes on rain or shine- Sorry no refunds.

Food, beverages, and alcohol will be available for purchase
No outside coolers, cans, or bottles are allowed at this special event.



 

When: October 9th, 2021 – 10th Anniversary!
Where: The Historic Town of Kimmswick, MO. Hosted by the Kimmswick Merchant Association
Who: All good and bad witches are welcome to this “Adult Only Girls Night Costume Party”
(21 and older. Please do leave the men and kiddies at home!)
Dress: Witchy Wear is highly encouraged- this is a costume party, but not required
What’s it all about: This is a themed, adult girls night out. 21 and over only!

Activities include: music & entertainment, dancing, food, shopping with discounts and special offers, attendance prizes, wine tasting, food booths, scavenger hunt, psychic readings, costume contests and so much more!


Visit with a psychic, tarot reader, or medium if you dare! 15 minute mini-readings- $20.00

With this being our 10th year, we can tell you this; this is a unique evening filled with an incredible atmosphere all at an affordable price. You do not want to miss out on this event!

Event proceeds: The proceeds from this event help support many great causes, not only for our historic town, but a portion also goes to help out local non-profit charities and community organizations.

Why: This event supports our non-profit visitor center which relies on donations and fundraisers like this to help keep their doors open. Our visitors center plays a vital role in promoting tourism to our historic town. In addition, a portion of the proceeds also help benefit local charities and organizations in our community.

Some of our previously supported local charities and organizations include: Kimmswick Non-Profit Visitor Center, Ride ON St. Louis, Mary’s House of Hope, The ALS Foundation, The Nancy Ratliff Medical Fund, Imperial Youth Association, The Kimmswick Post Office Restoration fund, Windsor High School (several youth groups and organizations within Windsor High School), Kimmswick Historical Society, and the City of Kimmswick.

 

To find additional information: Go to … www.GoKimmswick.com

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For Questions … Call the Kimmswick Visitor Center at 636-464-6464

Apple Butter Festival

Apple Butter Festival Kimmswick is always the last full weekend of October.

This year, it is the weekend of October 30th, 2021 … 10 am to 5 pm & October 31st, 2021 … 10 am to 4 pm 

The Apple Butter Festival Kimmswick is the largest celebration Kimmswick has annually drawing over 100,000 visitors. Come enjoy the small town ambiance, stroll through our streets lined with 500 – 600 food, drink and craft vendors. Also enjoy lots of live entertainment throughout the town including bluegrass, country rock, and dulcimer music.

The Kimmswick Historical society will gather on Friday to peel and prepare the apples. Early, before dawn, on each day of the festival, the wood burning fire is lighted, the kettle is filled with apples and cooking and stirring continues for seven to eight hours until the fragrant spread is thick enough to be sealed in jars.

The Apple Butter Festival Kimmswick starts at 10am each day and wraps up around 5pm. The town streets will be closed to vehicle traffic during these hours. Visitors may park at the Windsor School and catch a bus into town. The buses will run throughout the day shuttling visitors to-and-from the parking area at Windsor School. There will also be limited parking available off of Highway K and is just a short walking distance into town.

For the children, there is a miniature train, petting zoo and pony rides that will delight kids at any age. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to come visit, help stir and enjoy the ambiance at the pavilion. Apple butter is for sale each day or until the last jar is sold.

 

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SHUTTLE BUS ROUTES – Shuttle buses will run all day Saturday and Sunday between Windsor School Campus and town.

DROP OFF POINT: 5TH AND VINE

BUS RETURN PICK UP POINTS: 5TH AND VINE and FRONT AND MILL

Note: The festival ends at 5:00 pm on Saturday and 4:00 pm on Sunday and the buses will continue to run until all cars are gone from the parking lots

VISITOR PARKING – All fields along Highway K (weather permitting), Windsor School Campus (with bus shuttle service), Windsor Harbor Road, and the Anheuser Estate.

VENDOR PARKING – Only vendors renting space from the City of Kimmswick will park on the Anheuser Estate. Parking for private space rental should be handled with the person renting the space. The Visitor Center will offer some limited parking to vendors with cargo trailers. Contact visitor Center for further information and fees.

ATM MACHINES – Available at the Kimmswick Visitor Center, City Hall, in the park and along Market Street.

HANDICAPPED RESTROOMS – Some of the “Johnny-on-the-Spot” facilities will be handicapped accessible, however, for this weekend only, the restroom at the Visitor Center will be Handicapped only.

MEDICAL SERVICES – EMTs and medical services will be at City Hall. The City Hall will be conducting blood pressure checks and giving flu shots.

CHILDREN ACTIVITIES – Train rides, petting zoo, pony rides, inflatables, climbing wall, face painters

TOTAL BOOTHS – City, The Blue Owl and private space rentals, 500 – 600 booths (including food booths)

 

BUSINESS PARKING PASSES – Every vehicle in town MUST have a parking pass on their rear view mirror. Obtain the passes you will need for your business from City Hall the week before the festival. Their hours that week are Monday 10 am – 2 pm, Wednesday 10 am – 2 pm, Thursday 1 pm – 6 pm, Friday 8 am – 7 pm and Saturday 6 am – 6:30 pm. Police will close the streets to incoming cars at 8:30 am on Saturday so be sure you are in town by then if you want to drive to your business.

To find additional information:  Go to … www.GoKimmswick.com