The 'Strip' at Lake of the Ozarks kicks off season

Festival continues today with breakfast, 1931 Troupe period actors and family fun

School of the Osage student Jessica Smith won the children’s division of the bubble gum blowing contest held Saturday as part of the annual Oma Noma Days heritage festival, which celebrates the history of Lake of the Ozarks and the opening of Bagnell Dam in Lake Ozark, Mo.

School of the Osage student Jessica Smith won the children’s division of the bubble gum blowing contest held Saturday as part of the annual Oma Noma Days heritage festival, which celebrates the history of Lake of the Ozarks and the opening of Bagnell Dam in Lake Ozark, Mo. Photo by Samantha Edmondson.

Over the weekend, families visiting Bagnell Dam Strip have seen sights, sounds and scenes that have spanned from 1931 when Bagnell Dam opened to today’s exciting Lake of the Ozarks tourist attractions.

Two events paired for high-quality family fun have enticed residents and visitors to jumpstart their summer season — Hot Summer Nights and Oma Noma Days Heritage Festival.

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