Third Thursday draws small crowd to downtown Sedalia


JoAnn Greer asks Jeremey Kroeger, of Legendary Landscapes, about the plant she’s chosen to purchase during the Third Thursday event in downtown Sedalia. Greer was also a vendor, selling Grammy’s Lye Soap, which she makes herself. The event, sponsored by Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., happens every third Thursday of the month and features various craft and food vendors, entertainment, and several downtown shops stay open later and offer specials to encourage citizens to visit downtown Sedalia.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The Morton Sisters, of Marshall, perform the “Happy Days” theme song as one of two musical acts entertaining visitors during the Third Thursday in downtown Sedalia. The women fit with the May theme of “Classic ’50s.” Other entertainment included guitar music by Travis DeMoss, and musician Eugene Mad Milo Bozarth.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Kalee Arnold, left, gets a bag ready as Missy Arnold picks out the five cupcakes she paid for at the KK’s Cupcakes booth at Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia. Missy was there with her daughter, Lexie Arnold, and said she came to visit her son Jacob and daughter-in-law Kalee. “It’s so nice out and we weren’t able to come last time (to Third Thursdays),” Missy said. “We wanted to visit Kalee, she has the best cupcakes. Last time she sold out.”


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Josh Rhoads, of Ole Glory Creations, polishes a ring on a 100-year-old pedal grinder as Michaela Pomajzl points out the craftsman to Deacon Vanderpool during Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

From left, Beth Appleby, Camden Maledy and Catherine Maledy check out the Gina’s Kitchen booth, which featured jellies, mustards and glazes, as Camden dances along to the music of the Morton Sisters.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

JoAnn Greer asks Jeremey Kroeger, of Legendary Landscapes, about the plant she’s chosen to purchase during the Third Thursday event in downtown Sedalia. Greer was also a vendor, selling Grammy’s Lye Soap, which she makes herself. The event, sponsored by Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., happens every third Thursday of the month and features various craft and food vendors, entertainment, and several downtown shops stay open later and offer specials to encourage citizens to visit downtown Sedalia.

The Morton Sisters, of Marshall, perform the “Happy Days” theme song as one of two musical acts entertaining visitors during the Third Thursday in downtown Sedalia. The women fit with the May theme of “Classic ’50s.” Other entertainment included guitar music by Travis DeMoss, and musician Eugene Mad Milo Bozarth.

Kalee Arnold, left, gets a bag ready as Missy Arnold picks out the five cupcakes she paid for at the KK’s Cupcakes booth at Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia. Missy was there with her daughter, Lexie Arnold, and said she came to visit her son Jacob and daughter-in-law Kalee. “It’s so nice out and we weren’t able to come last time (to Third Thursdays),” Missy said. “We wanted to visit Kalee, she has the best cupcakes. Last time she sold out.”

Josh Rhoads, of Ole Glory Creations, polishes a ring on a 100-year-old pedal grinder as Michaela Pomajzl points out the craftsman to Deacon Vanderpool during Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia.

From left, Beth Appleby, Camden Maledy and Catherine Maledy check out the Gina’s Kitchen booth, which featured jellies, mustards and glazes, as Camden dances along to the music of the Morton Sisters.

JoAnn Greer asks Jeremey Kroeger, of Legendary Landscapes, about the plant she’s chosen to purchase during the Third Thursday event in downtown Sedalia. Greer was also a vendor, selling Grammy’s Lye Soap, which she makes herself. The event, sponsored by Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., happens every third Thursday of the month and features various craft and food vendors, entertainment, and several downtown shops stay open later and offer specials to encourage citizens to visit downtown Sedalia.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD052016ThirdThursday.jpgJoAnn Greer asks Jeremey Kroeger, of Legendary Landscapes, about the plant she’s chosen to purchase during the Third Thursday event in downtown Sedalia. Greer was also a vendor, selling Grammy’s Lye Soap, which she makes herself. The event, sponsored by Sedalia Downtown Development Inc., happens every third Thursday of the month and features various craft and food vendors, entertainment, and several downtown shops stay open later and offer specials to encourage citizens to visit downtown Sedalia. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The Morton Sisters, of Marshall, perform the “Happy Days” theme song as one of two musical acts entertaining visitors during the Third Thursday in downtown Sedalia. The women fit with the May theme of “Classic ’50s.” Other entertainment included guitar music by Travis DeMoss, and musician Eugene Mad Milo Bozarth.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD052016ThirdThursday2.jpgThe Morton Sisters, of Marshall, perform the “Happy Days” theme song as one of two musical acts entertaining visitors during the Third Thursday in downtown Sedalia. The women fit with the May theme of “Classic ’50s.” Other entertainment included guitar music by Travis DeMoss, and musician Eugene Mad Milo Bozarth. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Kalee Arnold, left, gets a bag ready as Missy Arnold picks out the five cupcakes she paid for at the KK’s Cupcakes booth at Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia. Missy was there with her daughter, Lexie Arnold, and said she came to visit her son Jacob and daughter-in-law Kalee. “It’s so nice out and we weren’t able to come last time (to Third Thursdays),” Missy said. “We wanted to visit Kalee, she has the best cupcakes. Last time she sold out.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD052016ThirdThursday3.jpgKalee Arnold, left, gets a bag ready as Missy Arnold picks out the five cupcakes she paid for at the KK’s Cupcakes booth at Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia. Missy was there with her daughter, Lexie Arnold, and said she came to visit her son Jacob and daughter-in-law Kalee. “It’s so nice out and we weren’t able to come last time (to Third Thursdays),” Missy said. “We wanted to visit Kalee, she has the best cupcakes. Last time she sold out.” Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Josh Rhoads, of Ole Glory Creations, polishes a ring on a 100-year-old pedal grinder as Michaela Pomajzl points out the craftsman to Deacon Vanderpool during Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD052016ThirdThursday4.jpgJosh Rhoads, of Ole Glory Creations, polishes a ring on a 100-year-old pedal grinder as Michaela Pomajzl points out the craftsman to Deacon Vanderpool during Third Thursdays in downtown Sedalia. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

From left, Beth Appleby, Camden Maledy and Catherine Maledy check out the Gina’s Kitchen booth, which featured jellies, mustards and glazes, as Camden dances along to the music of the Morton Sisters.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD052016ThirdThursday5.jpgFrom left, Beth Appleby, Camden Maledy and Catherine Maledy check out the Gina’s Kitchen booth, which featured jellies, mustards and glazes, as Camden dances along to the music of the Morton Sisters. Nicole Cooke | Democrat
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