Mehegan Classroom

Refreshments provided

Faculty, staff, students, and significant others are invited to this battle of wits.

Trivia tournaments will be broken into blocks and the winning teams will battle it out in a last round block.

Entry fees are individual for $3, a team of two for $5, or a team of 6 for $10.

Contact Anne Dahlseng at no later than September 22 if interested in entering as an individual or as a team.

More details will be provided later.

1:00 p.m.
McMain Auction House
23319 Highway 6 West
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Courthouse lawn, downtown

For students, white coat attire is preferred

11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sponsored by the Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce, MO Career Center of Kirksville, K-REDI, and the Missouri Employer Committee.

Area job seekers are encouraged to attend and meet with hiring staff from area employers in all types of businesses and to complete applications on site.

For more information, contact the Missouri Career Center at 660.785.2400 or Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce at 660.665.3766.

4:00-7:00 p.m.
NEMO Fairgrounds in Kirksville 

The event features two tracks and two sleds.

Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for ages 6-12, and under 5 free. Included in admission is Antique Tractor Show held in memory of Frank Collop, long-time Adair County farmer.

For more information, contact Tom Primmer at 660.342.4327.

In downtown Kirksville

For more information, please call the Kirksville Chamber of Commerce, 660.665.3766.

4:00-7:00 p.m.
Truman Farm and Bruce Normile Center Grounds
Enter and park at the University Farm at Boundary and LaHarpe Streets

For boys ages 5 and up and mom or other significant adult female role model.

$6 per couple and $2 for each additional boy.  Pay at the door.

In case of rain, the Stampeded may be cancelled.  Cancellation updates will be communicated through local media.

Thursdays, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network
117 West Potter

Six weekly sessions–small group interactive workshops to manage health, pain, fatigue, stress, and to stay active.

Topics–healthful eating, exercise, making decisions, goal setting, communication skills, and more.  Track goals, celebrate success, share your experiences, and help others.

Registration options:

  • Online:
  • Phone:  660.665.0330
  • Web:

Annually, ATSU celebrates the founder, Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, through a variety of activities and a celebratory Friday evening event known as Still-A-Bration. 

Please RSVP if you plan to attend the Friday evening Still-A-Bration barbecue on the 17th.

3:00-4:00 p.m.
Centennial Commons

Attend the social which kicks off the 2015 Unity Campaign.   President Phelps will make brief remarks,  update on the United Way Campaign will be presented by a representative, visit with fellow employees, and enjoy ice cream.

Drawing will be held and one employee will win a paid day off.

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