All About the Homegrown Festival:This unique festival brings Missouri's best breweries, distilleries, wineries, and musicians together in one place on May 6th from 10am-5pm. Experience what amazing things each vendor has to offer! Our locals create some of the best items - from drinks to music - you can enjoy all the fabulous creations this weekend. Sample tastings and enjoy live music on May 6th. Get a glimpse of the amazing attributes each vendor has come up with! For $10 you can enjoy a glass for tastings at each vendor table and all the proceeds from the glasses go to support Kids Harbor - a child advocacy center serving central Missouri. Get a sneak peek of the live music you can find at the Homegrown Festival:
Don't Mind Dying - a blues rock n roll band from Columbia
Rosy Hips - A retro rock n roll with an Indie pop flair.
Many Colored Death - An alternative rock trio from Columbia.
Mood Ring Circus - A self-described sound of "indie jam, rock n roll, funky folk, jazz groove" group from Springfield.
For more information about the Homegrown Festival, visit www.FunLake.com!
Before You Visit the Homegrown Festival:Now that you know all about the upcoming Homegrown Festival on May 6th, you are ready to make plans to attend. Before you head out to Dog Days, be sure you look at your vehicle. Below are a few things you need to check out before hitting the road:
- Ensure tire pressure is at recommended PSI.
- Double check tires are wearing evenly.
- Fill up your windshield wiper fluid.
- Make sure wiper blades have no damage.
- Fill up the gas tank.
- Make sure spare tire and accessories are in the vehicle.
- Check that oil level is full.
- Ensure emergency kit is fully-stocked.
You are ready to head out to the Homegrown Festival! If you notice an issue with your vehicle, schedule an appointment with our California, MO vehicle maintenance department! We can help ensure your ride is ready to roll for your adventures this spring. Contact Spieler's Inc. for all of your vehicle maintenance needs in mid-MO!
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Jefferson City, and California, MO Areas