Virtual Event Calendar

Social distancing is difficult. Thanks to modern technology and the internet, community is still accessible! If you - or your organization - are hosting a live video over social media, a watch party, or virtual gathering of another kind, email us at comments@krcu.org.

Submissions should still follow our general event guidelines, including being open to the public. We'll give emphasis to events such as performances, lectures, exhibits, public meetings, and educational, recreational, and health-oriented opportunities.  

university of Missouri Extension

The University of Missouri Extension will host a class on garden soils and composting via Zoom.

This class will discuss how to improve your garden soil through composting and other means. Those hoping to attend will need a computer and internet connection. 

“Garden Soils and Composting” will take place Wednesday, Apr. 29 from 6 to 7 p.m. via a live Zoom meeting. 

University of Missouri Extension

The University of Missouri Extension will host an introduction to home brewing beer class via Zoom.

This class will provide an introduction to the equipment and processes required for brewing your own beer at home. Those hoping to attend will need a computer and internet connection. 

“Intro To Home Brewing Beer” will take place Wednesday, Apr. 22 from 6 to 7 p.m. via a live Zoom meeting. 

University of Missouri Extension

The University of Missouri Extension will host an introduction to honey bees and beekeeping class via Zoom.

This class is for those that have an interest in bees and those who may be interested in becoming beekeepers. Those hoping to attend need a computer and internet connection. 

“Intro To Honey Bees & Beekeeping” will take place Wednesday, Apr. 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. via a live Zoom meeting. 

University of Missouri Extension

The University of Missouri Extension will host a live Zoom class on spring lawn management on Apr. 8.

This class will discuss the proper management of cool-season grass lawns from spring through summer. Those hoping to attend need a computer and internet connection. 

 

"Spring Lawn Management" will take place Wednesday, Apr. 8 from 6 to 7 p.m. via a live Zoom meeting.

Arts Council of Southeast Missouri

Every Saturday, the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri will host “Art Peace” on Instagram Live. 

Socio-political commentators Joshua Newth and Kelly Downes will venture out to the Detroit Institute of Art this weekend to discuss Artemisia Gentileschi’s Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes and Orazio Gentileschi’s Young Woman with a Violin. They will be taking questions from and asking questions of the audience. 

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