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Harrisonville, Missouri is the county seat of Cass County, Missouri and has a population of 10,019. Harrisonville is served by the Harrisonville R-IX School District. Harrisonville
Smithville is located along the Little Platte River in Clay and Platte Counties, Missouri. It’s population of 8,425 residents is served by the Smithville School District, which has earned “Distinction in Performance for High Achievement” the highest level of accreditation available to districts in Missouri. Smithville Lake is a popular destination for boaters, fishing, water skiers and inner tubers and attracts about 1.5 million visitors per year.

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    Looking for a fun outdoor activity for this weekend? Want to bring your pup? Come out to the Red Barn Ranch for their Paws and Pumpkin event!

    Festivities include:
    1:00 pm - dress your pup for the Dog Costume Contest
    2:00 pm - a visit from the Harrisonville Police K-9 unit
    3:00 pm - the Dog Tricks for Treats Contest is a chance to highlight your dog's skills

    Come for a stroll around the pumpkin patch and corn maze. Enjoy the fresh air on this beautiful farm with your favorite 4-legged friend, on a leash of course. There will be burgers, adult drinks, and ice cream by Pleasant Hill Creamery! The fun is 11:00 am - close with live music by Noah Austin 5:00-9:00 pm. Admission $8 for ages 3 & up.
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    Harrisonville, Missouri gives you that perfect Midwestern small-town feel while also having all of the convenient stores in quick reach. It is also close to the Lee's Summit area. Whether you are planning a weekend activity or a spontaneous outing for the day, you have a great number of options at your fingertips. If you love seeing lots of green fields and beautiful trees, but also hate being 30 minutes away from your closest Walmart, this is a great place for you.
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    Need something for entertaining your kids when it’s too hot to play outside? Stop by the Harrisonville Cass County Public Library and get one of their Grab ‘N’ Go Kits. Each week it is filled with new materials and instructions for a fun, engaging craft or activity. Curbside pick up service is Mondays from 2:00-7:00 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Call 816-884-3483 and someone will run it out to you!
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    Starting to look at your to do list and need something from the license bureau? Don’t worry, the Harrisonville License Bureau is now open, you just need to call to make an appointment. Call
    816-884-413 to make an appointment. Appointments will be scheduled between the hours of
    8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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    Super Bowl Sunday with the Chiefs! No plans for the game on Sunday? Look no further than in Harrisonville. Beck Event Space is hosting a free Superbowl celebration event from 4:30-9:30 p.m. Six big screen tv’s, free taco bar and snacks, cash bar, bingo, coloring and fun zone mini-football and more! Bring the kids, bring the family and everyone can enjoy the event. Tickets are free while they last. Go to lovethesquare.org to get your ticket!
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    One of my favorite events is Christmas on the Square! This takes place on Saturday, December 7 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. There is shopping, crafts, horse-drawn carriage, Santa and Mrs. Claus, and so much more! The night is concluded with the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting. Check out the website below for a schedule of events
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    Even though Harrisonville is considered a rural neighborhood, there is the Lone Tree/Coleman neighborhood that is highly sought after. This neighborhood has one of the lowest real estate vacancy rates of any neighborhood in America. Coming in at a low, low, low 0.8% of vacant houses in the neighborhood. Leaving demand in this neighborhood is high.

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