Thanks to all who made Pioneer Days a
great success in 2014!


Thank you for visiting Marquand, Missouri. We are creating this website so that you can visit our community online and see all of the opportunities Marquand has to offer for you, your family and your business. Please check back soon for more progress.

Who We Are

Marquand is located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, surrounded on three sides by the Mark Twain National Forest. Marquand was originally settled in 1804 by Capt. Henry Whitener and Michael Mouser, and was known as Whitener Settlement. The town was renamed in 1869 after Henry G. Marquand, a railroad administrator, donated $1,000 for the construction of a church. The town was incorporated in 1906. In 1924 a highway bridge was built over the Castor River.

1890: Asa Augusta Cook, was the first Marshall of Marquand. He and his wife Polly Ann first lived there after marriage. His uncle, Julius "Jude" Cook, was presiding judge of Madison County at Fredericktown (county seat) for 20 years. His wife, Lulu Cook, and their children ran a dairy farm for 30 years- selling milk, butter, and cream to the people of Fredericktown.

What's New

Check out the new site pages for Citizens Realizing Our Potential (CROP) and the Marquand Development Corporation.

Two new bed and breakfasts now receiving guests!

Located at 116 North Harding, Aunt Kat's B & B is now open.

The Belmont Inn Bed & Breakfast at 107 East Morley - Proprietor: Dee Vitt

Sadly neglected, yet richly engrained into the history of this railroad boom town, The Belmont Inn takes its name from the service branch of the Missouri Pacific Railroad by the same identity. Built around 1890 of lumber milled within the community, the home has graced Marquand’s landscape for more than 100 years. Now, thanks to the insight of former Marquand resident, Dee (Mouser) Vitt, the home will hopefully remain an integral part of the community’s rich history for yet another century. Read more…

Upcoming events around town

Pioneer Days 2015

Homan Hall Events

Piano Wars 2015

Moon and Stars

The Art of John Debold

Pioneer Days 2015

September 25, 26, and 27

  • Historic Tours
  • Gallery Exhibit
  • Wine Tasting
  • Antique Shops
  • Games and Food
  • Crafters

Something for everyone! Come and enjoy the activities all day!

Piano Wars Grad Finale! Doors open at 6pm, Meal at 6:30pm, Show at 7:30pm.


  • Free music in the park all day!
  • 6am-? Fire Department Breakfast
  • 8-11am Car and motorcycle show registration
  • 9am Antique Tractor and Engine Show
  • 10am 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
  • 10am Sand Volleyball Tourney
  • 11am Horseshoe Tourney Registration
  • Car and Motorcycle Show Judging
  • Kiddie Tractor Pull
  • 12pm Horseshoe Tourney Begins
  • 2pm Car show Awards
  • 3pm Parade
  • 4pm Music in the Park

11am Community wide church services

  • All welcome in the Park for Worship/Singing/Fellowship
  • Meal immediately following worship
  • meal and drink provided
  • Bring a covered dish and your lawn chair

Homan Hall Presents Piano Wars 2015 Grand Finale!
Friday, September 25th
Dinner and show, $25 per person - Reservations required. Finale tickets: $30.

Doors open at 6pm, meal at 6:30pm, show at 7pm

For ticket information call 573-783-5262 or 573-783-5438.

Homan Hall Presents Moon and Stars

October 24th

Doors open at 6pm, Meal at 6:30pm, Show at 7pm
$25/person, Reservations required
Meal catered by Durso Hills Bistro and Winery

Showcasing songs that revolve around the moon and stars

  • Robert Breig - Vocals
  • Rocky Tucker - Pianist
  • Guest Appearance by Beverly Brennan

At the Gallery

Artist, John Debold: PAINTINGS of the UnordinaryVariety
May 23 – June 30, 2015

Born in St. Ann, Missouri on a hot midsummer night in 1986, John has lived most of his life in Fredericktown, MO. A 2004 FHS graduate, John continued his education at Mineral Area College, where he obtained his Associate Degree. Read more...

Current Weather

Click for Fredericktown, Missouri Forecast