Hearts & Lace and Country Rentals Event Center & Rentals
Rentals - rentals - rentals - lots of rentals at this popular Princeton, Missouri place of business! It’s one-of-a-kind, no doubt about it, and it’s the ideal place to obtain those rentals for whatever occasion, wherever! No matter where you reside, remember to keep Country Wood Hearts & Lace in mind for rentals - - and when you need an event center! Offering a kitchen and restrooms, it’s the ideal place for meetings, baby showers, receptions - - whatever! As for rentals, whether it be wedding supplies, tables, chairs, linens - - whatever - - Sue invites you to give her a call about your rental needs. She’s looking forward to helping you in 2016 to make your parties, reunions or meetings much more convenient!
Don’t forget Country Wood Hearts & Lace for your floral needs (it’s a
full service floral shop, offering free funeral delivery to local funeral
homes). And, when stopping by, be sure to browse through the 3 rooms that
are filled with not only plants and flowers but a great selection of gifts
Floral, gifts, rentals, a facility, and Anderson monuments, ALL within
one location - - Highway 36 & Broadway, Princeton, Missouri.
A musical delight at little cost! On the 3rd Saturday night of every month, the Community Center in tiny Lemons, Missouri, comes alive with an old-fashioned jam session. Consisting of a band made up of talented and popular common folks, music fans will find great music, a friendly
atmosphere, a time to socialize with friends and strangers - - and eat delicious food. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the music starts at 7:00 p.m.
There was a time when Lemons had a train depot where men departed for World War II, and several thriving businesses. The depot is long gone, tracks were removed and businesses closed. However, the town comes alive when music fills the air.
Several years ago the once American Legion Post was turned into a Community Center for different activities, including jam sessions. In addition to great music, food and socializing during those jam sessions, visitors will be impressed with the historical memorabilia covering the walls. Hundreds of pictures of local veterans from the Civil War to the present and other patriotic artifacts also grace the interior. Flags and banners are also tastefully displayed. There is no admission, and the only request is to bring a food dish of some kind for the intermission. Some, like me, buy some items from local food stores. Donations are accepted to help maintain the building. For those needing directions, that little musical town is located a few miles south of Unionville (Missouri) along the busy Highway 5. Feeling down, lonely and needing a motivational lift, Lemons is the place to be every 3rd Saturday of the month!
God bless the USA!