410 S.E. 1st Street
Oak Grove, MO 64075
Phone: (816) 690-3681
Fax: (816) 690-6399
410 S.E. 1st Street, Oak Grove, MO, US, 64075
- Phone: (816) 690-3681
- Fax: (816) 690-6399
St. Paul's Episcopal Church was a parish founded in 1867. Its present building was built in 1884 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It illustrates a rare Carpenter Gothic architectural style replete with stained-glass panels, wooden altar and bell tower with a cross on top.
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The Kritser House is a 19th-century residential building designed by Martin Kritser who had relocated to this city to sell wagon trains. The house was in a good condition, and gave shelter to many owners. The strong and sturdy structure even survived the Civil War without any harm. The building has a rich history and thus was later designated as a historic structure in 1985. Though the building was in a dilapidated condition for a while, it went through a series of renovations and modifications and was restored completely.
The Trinity Episcopal Church in Independence laid its foundation in the year 1881. This Victorian styled building is situated at the North Liberty Street. In 1979, it was made a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
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One of the most ancient of human performing art forms, puppetry is believed to have origins tracing back over 30,000 years. It is a legacy that has been passed down through generations of humans, and is still celebrated vibrantly today through institutions like the Puppetry Arts Institute. Located in Independence, MO, this place is dedicated to preserving and promoting this intriguing art form through workshops, performances, and a range of other programs. The institute also has a museum on-site, which showcases various exhibits on puppetry. See the website or call to know more.