COLUMBIA — Families with small children crowded the lobby of the Missouri United Methodist Church to play the rhythm bones with Darryl “Spike Bones” Muhrer or toot party favors. There weren’t nearly as many people using the craft rooms next door, suggesting a slow start to the First Night Columbia event.
Columbians revel in First Night celebrations
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