Strutting their style
The ladies who lunch came out in a big way to support breast cancer awareness at the Strut your Style fashion show/luncheon on May 5 at the Jefferson City Country Club.
After a successful run on the film festival circuit, two Mid-Missouri filmmakers will bring “We Always Lie to Strangers” to Capitol City Cinema in downtown Jefferson City.
A longtime advocate for the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, Judi Jecmen is one of 13 artists in the country whose artwork was selected to appear in the organization’s nationally distributed 2014 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calender.
Brenda Doyle, director of senior services for Cole Country, organized a party to honor and thank the volunteers of Cole County for their service to dozens of organizations in the community.
The Cole County Historical Society, CCHS, presented its third annual fashion show/fundraiser luncheon Monday at the Jefferson City Country Club.
The second annual Women’s Official Weekend (WOW) Expo begins on Saturday at the Capital Mall. The two-day event, presented by Central Missouri Promotions, will be held from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. on Sunday.
The Goodrich Capital 8 Theater is throwing an Oscar watch party on Sunday. Admission is free, and will feature trivia contests and prize giveaways during the commercial breaks of the live broadcast, starting at 6 p.m.
Poker night has long been a popular male pastime, but for one group of friends it has been a tradition they’ve shared for the past 44 years.
After four years paying her dues in the entertainment business, Avery Phillips has landed her first big role in an upcoming movie. That’s impressive for any actor toiling away in Hollywood, much less one who’s only 9.
The first official screening event at Capitol City Cinema on Tuesday may have been a bit thrown together, but it served as a preview of the exciting potential for the permanent independent theater on High Street.