Governor Parson's Schedule for March 4 - 8, 2024

Next week, Governor Mike Parson will attend several meetings and events.

On Monday, March 4, Governor Parson will travel to Lebanon for a signing of his new book No Turnin' Back.  

On Tuesday, March 5, Governor Parson will hold a book signing at Yanis Coffee Zone in Jefferson City. He will then return to the Capitol to present a proclamation to the Missouri Athletic Trainers Association proclaiming March 2024 to be National Athletic Training Month. 

Governor Parson will later attend a project announcement in Jefferson City with the Department of Economic Development before returning to his office to host a meet and greet with Capitol Region Medical Center's future family doctors of Jefferson City. He will then speak at the Missouri Association of Insurance Agents Day at the Capitol. Governor Parson will end the day thanking members of Missouri's Disaster Medical Assistance Team for their quick response during the tragedy that unfolded at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade. 

On Wednesday, March 6, Governor Parson will host a meet and greet in his Office with the Neelyville State Championship Cheer Team. He will then help kick-off Class 13 of the Missouri Leadership Academy. Governor Parson will then travel to St. Louis for a tour of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency's West Campus followed by a briefing with leadership. He will then travel to CarShield for a tour of its facility in St. Peters. 

On Thursday, March 7, Governor Parson will present a proclamation in the Capitol Rotunda proclaiming March 7, 2024, to be Religious Freedom Day in Missouri. 


Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Governor Parson to hold book signing at Yanis Coffee Zone 

            When:        8:00 - 9:00 a.m.

            Where:       Yanis Coffee Zone 

                                130 E. High St., Jefferson City, MO 65101

            Media:        Open


Thursday, March 7, 2024

Governor Parson to present "Religious Freedom Day" Proclamation

            When:        9:30 - 10:15 a.m.

            Where:       Capitol Rotunda 

            Media:        Open