Join us for the annual Warsaw Pioneer Heritage Days on October 21-22, 2017 at Kaysinger Bluff (Truman Visitors Center) in Warsaw, Missouri. Since 1981, Warsaw Pioneer Heritage Days has drawn over 7000 people to its Mountain Man Camp, Northern Cherokee Nation Pow Wow, Pioneer exhibitors, and more!
Warsaw’s link with its past comes alive during the annual Warsaw Pioneer Heritage Days celebration that is held the third weekend in October on Saturday and Sunday. Each year, Warsaw shows its heritage pride by bringing together people who still practice the crafts of today and yesterday. Downtown in the Drake Harbor area, large tents shade modern crafts of all types.
Warsaw Pioneer Heritage Days in Missouri celebrates the Warsaw community and heritage with 19th century demonstrations and unique arts and crafts. The annual event features a variety of exhibits showcasing activities like basket weaving, spoon carving, candy making and log hewing, and live music and food round out the weekend event.
Admission – Free
Admission to the Harbor area is free.
Bus transportation back and forth to Truman Dam is $4 for the entire weekend.
Visit Drake Harbor and the Warsaw Community Building where scores of modern contemporary crafters display and sell their wares. Then celebrate the unique Warsaw area heritage with old-time demonstrations from the 1800’s at the Harry S. Truman Visitors Center. Both areas provide plenty of eating opportunities as well. Thousands of visitors attend this festival and we can’t wait to see you! Admission to the Harbor area is free. Bus transportation back and forth to Truman Dam is $4 for the entire weekend. Both parts of the festival have handicap parking and bus transportation available.
Kaysinger Bluff (Truman Visitors Center)
29027 Visitor Center Road
Warsaw, MO 65355
For more information: Call 660-438-5922 or 1-800-WARSAW-4; email [email protected]
Mark your calendar so you don’t miss the next Warsaw Pioneer Heritage Days at at Kaysinger Bluff in Warsaw, MO.