An action-packed weekend is in store for the city of Warsaw in August.
Officials say they’re planning to host the Fourth annual Ozark Cigar Box Guitar Music Festival alongside the First Annual Benton County Art Walk and the Ninth Annual Wine Stroll at Drake Harbor on August 1st and 2nd.
The event will feature live music, art work by county residents, a silent auction and numerous wine items from Missouri Wineries.
The wine event is normally held in April but due to COVID 19 it was moved to the August events.
The Benton County Tourism and Recreation is co-sponsoring the 4th Annual Ozark Cigar Box Guitar Music Festival on Saturday, August 1 from 1 PM until 8 PM and Sunday, August 2 from 11 PM until 5 PM.
Officials say at the same time, they will also host the First Annual Benton County Art Walk featuring works by Benton County residents on August 1 from 1 PM until 7 PM inside the Warsaw Community Building, with art displays and a silent auction.
Additionally, the Benton County Community Foundation will host their Ninth Annual Wine Stroll on Drake Harbor from 4 PM until 7 PM along with the Benton County Wine Stroll.
Check-in will be in the upper level of the Community Building and the pre-stroll paint class will be held from 1 PM until 3 PM in the lower level of the Community Building.
Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of the event and can be purchased at Wine, Antiques and More on 301 East Main Street in Cole Camp, the Farmers Bank of Lincoln at 101 South Highway 65 in Lincoln or at Tracey Spry and Associates on 302 Main Street in Warsaw.