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Arts

  1. Art Exhibit at City Hall: Darryl Chamberlain

    January 27, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Liberty City Hall
    101 E. Kansas St.
    Liberty, MO 64068

    If a trip to Florence is not in your immediate future, you can still enjoy the statue of David at Liberty City Hall through February. The exhibit features photorealistic pastel drawings of the statue of David by Kansas City artist Darryl Chamberlain. The pieces on display are a small portion of a larger series that captures the exquisite detail of the original masterpiece by Michelangelo. Close-up images of David's head, hands and face celebrate the beauty of the human figure as well as the statue's imperfections caused by natural flaws in the marble and environmental damage accrued over its 500-year lifespan. Chamberlain considers himself a Renaissance artist, as he is inspired by the masters of that era and appreciates their attention to detail and realistic treatment of subjects. He prefers to work with a variety of media and is currently working on a multi-media installation.

  2. Art Exhibit at City Hall: Darryl Chamberlain

    January 28, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Liberty City Hall
    101 E. Kansas St.
    Liberty, MO 64068

    If a trip to Florence is not in your immediate future, you can still enjoy the statue of David at Liberty City Hall through February. The exhibit features photorealistic pastel drawings of the statue of David by Kansas City artist Darryl Chamberlain. The pieces on display are a small portion of a larger series that captures the exquisite detail of the original masterpiece by Michelangelo. Close-up images of David's head, hands and face celebrate the beauty of the human figure as well as the statue's imperfections caused by natural flaws in the marble and environmental damage accrued over its 500-year lifespan. Chamberlain considers himself a Renaissance artist, as he is inspired by the masters of that era and appreciates their attention to detail and realistic treatment of subjects. He prefers to work with a variety of media and is currently working on a multi-media installation.

  3. Art Exhibit at City Hall: Darryl Chamberlain

    January 29, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Liberty City Hall
    101 E. Kansas St.
    Liberty, MO 64068

    If a trip to Florence is not in your immediate future, you can still enjoy the statue of David at Liberty City Hall through February. The exhibit features photorealistic pastel drawings of the statue of David by Kansas City artist Darryl Chamberlain. The pieces on display are a small portion of a larger series that captures the exquisite detail of the original masterpiece by Michelangelo. Close-up images of David's head, hands and face celebrate the beauty of the human figure as well as the statue's imperfections caused by natural flaws in the marble and environmental damage accrued over its 500-year lifespan. Chamberlain considers himself a Renaissance artist, as he is inspired by the masters of that era and appreciates their attention to detail and realistic treatment of subjects. He prefers to work with a variety of media and is currently working on a multi-media installation.

  4. Art Exhibit at City Hall: Darryl Chamberlain

    January 30, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Liberty City Hall
    101 E. Kansas St.
    Liberty, MO 64068

    If a trip to Florence is not in your immediate future, you can still enjoy the statue of David at Liberty City Hall through February. The exhibit features photorealistic pastel drawings of the statue of David by Kansas City artist Darryl Chamberlain. The pieces on display are a small portion of a larger series that captures the exquisite detail of the original masterpiece by Michelangelo. Close-up images of David's head, hands and face celebrate the beauty of the human figure as well as the statue's imperfections caused by natural flaws in the marble and environmental damage accrued over its 500-year lifespan. Chamberlain considers himself a Renaissance artist, as he is inspired by the masters of that era and appreciates their attention to detail and realistic treatment of subjects. He prefers to work with a variety of media and is currently working on a multi-media installation.

City Council Meetings, Boards, and Commissions

  1. Liberty Parks and Recreation Charitable Fund Board Meeting

    January 29, 5:00 PM @ Liberty Community Center Conference Room

Liberty Silver Center

  1. Soup-er bowl party

    January 29, 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Liberty Silver Center

    We will celebrate the upcoming game with activities and tasty soup.

Sports Programs

  1. Youth Parks & Rec Spring Soccer League Deadline

    January 28, 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM @ Liberty Community Center

    The Youth Recreational Soccer League is a league that is designed to give participants an introduction to basketball in a relaxed and learning environment. Standings are not kept and all participants receive an award at the end of the season. All kids are given the opportunity to participate. This league is offered for children 4 through 11 years of age. Coaches are allowed to bring in FOUR youth to their team. The remaining roster will be filled by the league director based on a blind draw and the school the children attend.

  2. Youth Parks & Rec Spring Soccer League Deadline

    January 28, 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM @ Liberty Community Center

    The Youth Recreational Soccer League is a league that is designed to give participants an introduction to basketball in a relaxed and learning environment. Standings are not kept and all participants receive an award at the end of the season. All kids are given the opportunity to participate. This league is offered for children 4 through 11 years of age. Coaches are allowed to bring in FOUR youth to their team. The remaining roster will be filled by the league director based on a blind draw and the school the children attend.