At Annie Rose Boutique, Beth Platte of New London, Mo., left, buys jeans and shirts from Grace Riley and owner, Dawn Long during the Great Girlfriend Getaway. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Karen Broetz of Thompson, Mo., left, and Lisa Burton of Mexico, Mo., wear Great Girlfriend Getaway T-shirts as Burton shows off a necklace she bought Friday. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Rod Jackson, owner of Nuwati Herbals in Webster Groves, Mo., explains the benefits of his herbal products, which are sold at the Native American Trading Co. in Hannibal. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Linda Nickell, left, is served a taste of butter pecan coffee by Sam Walker at Mississippi Marketplace on Friday.
At the Open Door Studio, Keaton Hamm, 10, of Astoria, Ill., tries spin art, painting a T-shirt design of a fish. He and his parents Holly and Dallas, had a busy weekend planned in Hannibal. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Hannibal Arts Council Executive Director Michael Gaines plays “Up a Lazy River” at the HAC Gallery. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Customers wait in line at the Annie Rose Boutique on Saturday. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Greater Days owner Terry Bourret displays his peanut butter and strawberry pies, explaining he learned how to bake them from his grandmother.