WEBB CITY, Mo. – This weekend, September 4, during the Webb City Farmers Market, free rides on the historic tram # 60. The journey takes about 20 minutes and will run from 9 am to 11:40 am The station is located to the west of the market. Click on the Google Map link to take you there.
It is not every day that the number 60 tram goes out on the tracks. The next time you see him, weather permitting, it will be in three weeks.
“On September 18, Friends of the Library will be on board reading to children for this month’s Clickety-Clac We’re Reading Around the Track event.Says the online Farmers Market.
The Webb City Farmer’s Market is Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Tuesday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.Farm-fresh produce, baked goods, herbs, jams and jellies, cruelty-free raised meats and more can be found at the Webb City Farmers Market. Founded in 2000, the market today has more than 55 vendors who provide the community with fresh, local food. We are a producers’ market, so you buy directly from the farmer, baker, breeder, beekeeper … ”
LEARN MORE ABOUT WEBB CITY FROM THE PANELS INSIDE THE PAVILIONS ACROSS THE LAKES OF KING JACK PARK
CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE, USE FINGERS TO ZOOM. ALL IMAGES TAKEN OF PART OF THE READING BOARDS AT THE KING JACK PARK PAVILIONS.
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