TOWN OF AUGUSTA, MISSOURI



     
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 AUGUSTA - HOME        WHAT'S HAPPENING ??      AUTUMN  2016

"BEST  OF  AUGUSTA"  PHOTO  CONTEST  Winners            JUNE  2016
Next Contest for KIDS 12 & under (More Details)  ---  Deadline is September 30

F I R S T     P L A C E

"PICTURE  PERFECT  LIVING"

Photographed by Judy Botkin of St. Clair, MO
Prize donated by Lindenhof B & B
$25.00 Gift Certificate to any Augusta business
R U N N E R    U P

" I  LOVE  MY  GUITAR "
Photographed by Marilyn Kluesner
of Marthasville, MO
Prize donated by Gallery Augusta ($25.00 Gift Certificate)
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2016: Tuesday Nights at the Trailhead


Entertainment, Food, and Neighborly Conversations

Also bike riding. Down Public Street at the Katy Trail.

 
NEW TOWN SIGNAGE
Hwy 94 Entrances:  Jackson Street & Church Street
Katy Trail:    by Public & Water Street

HARVEST  FESTIVAL  =  SUCCESS


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       AUGUSTA                    Any Time                    Any Season                    AUGUSTA

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WELCOME  TO  THE  OFFICIAL  WEBSITE

OF  THE  TOWN  OF  AUGUSTA

America's First Designated Wine District  in 1980

AUGUSTA TREE CITY USA  since 2010


The Town of Augusta is nestled in rolling hills situated on the bluffs of the Missouri River. Incorporated in 1855, Augusta offers a variety of venues: 
historical sites, access to the Katy Trail that traverses Missouri, wineries, a brewery, restaurants, shops, antiques, B & B's, and a peaceful setting.
       Approximately one hour from downtown St. Louis or a little closer from the airport,
 Augusta is a small town with charm from a bygone era.  Come visit!  Come enjoy!


DIRECTIONS FROM Interstate 70:
                     Coming from the airport/St. Louis or from the east:  Take Interstate 70 West.  After crossing the Missouri River, exit on Highway 94 south/left.  Stay on 94 until you reach Augusta.  There are two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.
                     Coming from the west:  Take Interstate 70 East.  Exit on Highway W south/right.  Turn right to go to Highway T following it to Highway 94.  Turn left.  Augusta has two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.

DIRECTIONS FROM Interstate 64 / Highway 40:
                     Coming from St. Louis or from the east:  Take Interstate 64/Highway 40 West.  After crossing the Missouri River, exit on Highway 94 south/left.  Stay on 94 until you reach Augusta (17 miles).  There are two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, which are both marked with brown signs.
                     Coming from the west:  Take Interstate 64/Highway 40 East.  Exit on Winghaven/DD heading south/right.  Take DD to Hwy 94.  Turn right.  Augusta has two entrances:  Church Street and Jackson Street, both marked with brown signs.

    
Our website is a work in progress.  Please be sure to  check back regularly for new pages, information, and updates.    
Thank you for visiting www.townofaugustamo.org!!!

Site last updated:     August  2016    

  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION      about Things to Do in Augusta      or to Plan a Visit
contact  The Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce          www.augusta-chamber.org


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New Display  in  the  History  Museum Garden   
(intersection of 
High and Webster) 
Anchor Mill, with its millstones, was located  on the creek near the intersection of Jackson and Locust Streets.
The mill was founded by Henry Schaaf in the 1850's and operated by Herman Haferkamp in the 1870's.
The former Anchor Mill Bed and Breakfast was named in its memory.  
The millstones were donated by the Herman Haferkamp family.  
(See photo below.)

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