As part of our efforts to “Serve as a Cultural Resource for the Community, Region, and Beyond,” we apply a number of strategies to maximize the visibility and awareness of our numerous public events held throughout the academic year. Utilizing a variety of resources throughout Truman State University we work to ensure that the campus and broader community are aware of our event schedule and individual events. These events take place in a variety of locations depending on the activity itself, from downtown Kirksville or elsewhere in the community, to the Del & Norma Robison Planetarium, Baldwin Hall Auditorium, or in one of the four excellent venues located in the Ophelia Parish Building, and are almost always free of charge. By creating collaborative and mutually beneficial partnerships with businesses and organizations in the Kirksville community, we work diligently to be a reliable and enjoyable source of opportunities for cultural, artistic, and personal growth in the Kirksville community and all of Northeast Missouri.
Information about upcoming events can frequently be found in Kirksville’s local newspaper, The Daily Express, as well as Truman’s own Index and Truman Today. Graphics and posters of events can be found on monitors throughout the Truman campus and in the community. We maintain a regular social media presence in an effort to make our events better known to the community and to highlight the amazing events and activities offered to the campus and broader community. Please follow our social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram.