October 9, 2010
Jess Johnson and Jenny Baker look at Jazzy Jewels jewelry on Friday in the Catacombs Art Market in Artlandish Gallery.
Kevin Gibbs of Columbia shows patrons his hand-made didgeridoos on Friday during Artrageous in the Catacombs Art Market in the basement of Artlandish Gallery. Gibbs sands down PVC pipe, heats it on his barbecue grill to bend the pipe, then hand paints each didgeridoo.
Toby Coslet, 10, watches Darren Laupp cut wood with a velocipede scroll saw at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Laupp, who was at the festival with the Midwest Woodworkers Association, said the saw is a reproduction of one that would have been used in 1886. "Today we're letting kids swing a hammer and use some glue," Laupp said about helping kids make small wood crafts. "We try to make sure our fingers are out of the way when they use the hammer."
Wayne Manly, co-owner of Jazzy Jewels with wife Beth Manly, sells their artwork on Friday at the Catacombs Art Market in Artlandish Gallery. The Manlys said they moved closer to Columbia so they could be part of an art community. The name Jazzy Jewels comes from the combination of their dogs' names Jazz and Jewel.
Dolls made with trick-or-treat buckets sit under Peggy and Terry Frazer's craft tent at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Peggy Frazer said she has made crafts for almost her whole life, while her husband, Terry, got into making crafts about 15 years ago. "I think it's rewarding to see what people think and to see them enjoy it," she said.
Brooke Renberg, left, Mitch Acton and Melissa Acton take photos of Ava Acton, 1, while she sits on pumpkins at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Mitch Acton said that he has come to the festival before and that it has only gotten bigger over the years.
Tractor rides were given around the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. The festival included different tractor rides as well as horseback rides.
A horse stands by the side of his trailer at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. Horses gave children rides at the festival on Saturday. Volunteers from the Cedar Valley Riders saddle club organized and helped with the horse rides.
Families with the pumpkins at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. The annual festival featured pumpkin picking, hayrides and craft and food booths throughout the town of Hartsburg.
Bows sit at the Sweet Cheek Boutique at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Co-owners Kadee Thompson and Tina Landeck worked the booth and sold headbands, bows and other hair accessories for girls.
Many cars were backed up in anticipation of getting to the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. The wait took more than an hour.
Fans wait to enter Memorial Stadium on Saturday before Missouri football took on Colorado for the last time before Colorado leaves the Big 12 for the Pac-10.
Jason LaRue plays keep away from his granddad, Charles LaRue, a 1965 MU graduate, while his mother, Masja, watches on Saturday.
Cecily Pickering, of Kansas City, builds a plate of fruit while tailgating before Missouri's football game against Colorado on Saturday.
Members of the Tiger's Lair file into Memorial Stadium before Missouri football's game against Colorado on Saturday.
The Tiger Mobile Advertising truck drives down Ninth Street on Wednesday. The Columbia City Council is considering revising the city's sign ordinance to ban mobile advertising vehicles.
October 8, 2010
Tally Mattos serves the ball during the Columbia College Cougars' first game against the College of the Ozarks Bobcats on Friday.
Ola Shawky and Paula Ferreira block at the net as College of the Ozarks Emma Priddy watches to make sure her hit isn’t blocked during a match on Friday.
Coach Melinda Wrye-Washington and Vesna Trivunovic share a laugh after Columbia College’s match against the College of the Ozarks on Friday. The Cougars hosted a tri-match against the College of the Ozarks Bobcats and the Carroll College Fighting Saints.
The Artrageous Gallery Crawl is being held Friday through Sunday throughout downtown Columbia. Galleries open their doors to local artists in order to showcase their work to the community.