Make a day trip to Fair Grove for some small town fun. You can shop and eat at several places. These are the featured merchants in our community who are eager to see you. Click any logo or link to go to the merchant's page.
Somewhere in Time carries a unique variety of items including: home decor, furniture, jewelry, hand made pottery, trendy & vintage clothing, candles, bath & beauty products and more!
Check the Wine Time room, where you can now sample and purchase wines from small Missouri vineyards.
Overstock Outlet is an extremely diverse collection of clothing, toys, appliances, housewares, food, cosmetics and about anything else you can imagine. There's something new every day. They buy it cheap and sell it cheap, so you can find bargains that you'll like!
MFA is a Missouri based farm supply and feed store. Now selling All-Terrain Vehicles, MFA also sells a wide range of products that you will find useful in your home. Pet supplies, tools, hardware, paint, lawn mowers and chain saws can all be found under one roof, along with feed and seed. At certain times of the year MFA sells baby chicks and other poultry, and fish to stock ponds.
Teal Greenhouses is open in the Spring with garden plants until about Mother's Day. Teal opens again in the fall with chrysanthemums and other fall flowers, and for the Heritage Reunion on the last full weekend in September. Located in the center of Fair Grove, the greenhouse is convenient when you're touring or visiting other shops.
Hilltop Pizza & Grill features a menu full of good pizza, salads, burgers, a variety of sandwiches including pulled pork barbequed in Hilltop's own smoker. There's something for any hungry shopper. Hilltop is located on "The Square" off Main Street in the center of Fair Grove.
Wommack Mill is the historical heart of Fair Grove, located on Main Street just south of Highway 125. Make sure you stop in and take a look at the amazing job the Historical Society has done to return the mill to it's original condition. Wommack Mill (it was known by different names throughout its history) is a steam powered grist mill. People from the surrounding area brought grain to have it milled, and traded with the mill owners and other stores in town. At this writing the mill is not operational pending the replacement of the boiler, but we hope that will be done soon, and you'll be able to see the mill in action. With the Mill grounds available to rent for weddings, reunions and other events, you'll find this to be a quaint, relaxed and memorable location for your event.
The Fair Grove Heritage Reunion is an annual festival, always held for two days on the last full weekend of September. You can see lots of old cars, trucks, tractors and machinery. There is a working threshing machine and Wommack Mill itself to tour. There are over 300 craft booths to visit, filled with original and hand made goods and antiques. Listen to live music, watch dancers, eat lots of good food and watch thousands of people. This is a free event, although there is a modest fee for parking. Plan to attend every year!
The Lonely Sock Laundromat has new, clean machines. They also have a large washing machine that will accommodate comforters and rugs.