If you would like to submit an event for the Community Calendar

please email the information to events@kmzu.com, fax it to (660) 542-0420,

or mail it to: 102 N. Mason • Carrollton, MO 64633

Please send submissions two weeks before event to ensure they are included on the calendar.

Discover Nature; Morel Mushrooms

MDC Northeast Regional Office 3500 S. Baltimore, Kirksville

There’s fungus among us!! Morels are Missourians' favorite mushroom for good reason. They are delicious to eat, easy to identify and can be hunted during five fabulous weeks in spring. Best of all, you can find them in every county. Join us to learn about Missouri’s edible spring mushrooms, and those you should avoid! This […]


Virtual Spring Warbler Identification

It is finally spring and the neotropical migrants are back! Join us virtually as we discuss both the common and rare warblers that call Missouri home (even if only for migration). We will discuss their identification by sight and sound and discuss where to go to see these beautiful birds. This will be followed by […]


Paddlefish snagging clinic

Warsaw Community Building 181 W. Harrison St., Warsaw

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free paddlefish snagging clinic on Saturday, April 17, in Warsaw. Two sessions will be offered. This clinic is for newcomers to paddlefish snagging. Participants will learn the basics about snagging gear and techniques, then go snagging for two hours on the upper end of Lake of […]


Virtual Beginning Handgun

This program includes handgun safety, operation, shooting fundamentals, maintenance, and safe storage. Equipment and ammunition will be provided; you may bring your own firearm and ammunition to the live-fire session. This online virtual program will cover what to do to get started shooting handguns. We will cover handgun fundamentals, including handgun actions, operation, safety, shooting […]


Wild Webcast on Mushroom Hunting- Virtual

Warming spring weather brings nature to life with trees, shrubs, and bulbs sending out their spring flowers. It also prompts the popping up of another spring favorite for many Missourians – MORELS! The elusive and edible morel mushroom shows itself during April and into May and is a flavorful favorite for many mushroom lovers. Morels […]