The third phase of the Warrensburg Downtown Revitalization Project has been completed and city leaders are celebrating the accomplishment with a ribbon cutting ceremony and community celebration on Tuesday. Click to hear KMZU’s Kristie Cross talk with Jason Elkins, the president of Warrensburg Main Street:
Press Release from the City of Warrensburg
Grab the kids, friends and coworkers for a ribbon cutting and community celebration for the completion of the Downtown Revitalization Project Phase III on Tuesday, September 25.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 6:00 p.m. in conjunction with a community celebration in the street. The 100 block of West Pine Street will be closed to traffic from 5:00-8:00 p.m. for all of the festivities.
Many businesses will extend their hours that evening for your shopping pleasure. Downtown restaurants will tempt the taste buds with FREE hot dogs and hamburgers plus a sampling of some of their menu favorites. There will also be games for children and lots of fun in a great family-friendly atmosphere. All of this takes place in the street where everyone can relax under the night sky and enjoy music from a live band!
For more information, contact Julie Turnipseed, Warrensburg Main Street executive director, at 660-429-3988.