What is Going on In and Around Springfield, Mo Some are for a price, and some are FREE!!!! The weekend is Always a fun time at one of our Beautiful Lakes! Pack a picnic, grab your family and friends and Make it a Very Enjoyable, Special Weekend!
So What's Going on this Weekend, "In and Around Springfield, Mo?
Friday, September 7, 2012
Springfield First Friday Art Walk, a self-guided art gallery tour, 6 to 10pm downtown Springfield. Features art, live music and hands-on-activities at several venues. Exhibits remain at galleries through the month. FREE! For more information call 849-8255.
Outdoor Fitness Festival Outdoor Festival Outdoor Days, Friday - Sunday, Lake Springfield. James River Mountain Man Rendezvous will have an 1840's living history encampment. Hands-on/assisted canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding, pontoon boat rides, fishing, trail walks and more. Free, fee for some activities. 417-833-8647 or 417-833-8923.
Hunter Education, 6-9pm, Friday, 8am -5pm Satuday. Springfield Conservation Nature Center Way. This 10 hour course is required for anyone born after Jan. 1, 1967, who wants to hunt with a a fire arms in Missouri. Students under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Adults 11-adult. Register online. 417-888-4237
Saturday, September 8
Live Band Dance, 7pm, Nixa Senior Center, 404 S. Main St. Cover charge. 725-2322
Commercial Street at Jefferson Footbridge features locally grown produce, baked goods, dairy and more from area producers. FREE admission. 496-1968, or email.
Farmers Market of the Ozarks, 7:30am to 1pm at 4139 S. Nature Center Way, west of the Hilton Garden Inn at Republic Rd and Glenstone. Email us or Farmers Market of the Ozarks on Facebook.
Chances Cardboard Boat Race and Demolition Derby, 12:30pm, Saturday at Rock Lane Resort,611 Redbud Lane, Branson. Barry Williams of the "Brady Bunch" television sitcom will co-host. Boat registration will begin at 11am. Proceeds will benefit developmentally disabled citizens of Stone County. Entry fee: $50. 417-230-1123.
Lake Taneycomo-Shoreline Cleanup 9am - 1pm Saturday. Volunteers will pick up trash along the lake. Start at one of three locations: Branson Lakeside RV Campground, Rockaway Beach , near Rainbow Haven Resort and Empire Park at Forsyth. Registration: 417-739-4100.
Yoga on the Trail Fundraiser for Ozark Greenways, 9am to 1030am, satuday on the historic James River Bridge on Galloway Creek Greenway overlooking Lake Springfield. Children ages 10 and younger are welcome with an adult. Bring a yoga mat. Limited parking, park on East side of the bridge, or at the Southwood Access Boat Ramp. $15. Rain date is Sunday. www.ozarkgreenways.com
Bike MS Ozark Ride, 2012. Saturday and Sunday, starts in Clever with an overnight stay in Joplin. 417-268-9010.
Live Band Dance, 7pm, Nixa Senior Center, 404 S. Main St. Cover charge. 725-2322.
Wilson's Creek National Battlefield's Moonlight Tour, 7pm to 10pm at the Battlefield, 6424 W. Farm RD. 182, Republic. The tour features re-enacted scenes from the morning of the battle on Aug. 10, 1861. Tours of 35 will begin at 7pm and continue every 15 minutes until 10pm. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased at the visitor center or by mail for a limited time. 417-732-2662, ext 227.
There are so many fun things to do!!!! Make it a Great Weekend Everyone!!!
Make it a FUN WEEKEND!!!! Shop the Branson Landing, Hike one of the Nature Trails, Bike Ride the Ozark Greenways and play Air Soft games at So Go Air Soft in Ozark, Mo. Eating out, here's the Greene Co. Health Report.
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***There is so much to do “In and Around Springfield, Mo.” The information shared in this blog is information obtained through a variety of sources, I recommend verifying your event is still scheduled to take place. Make it a Weekend full of Memories with those you love while enjoying what is going on, “In and Around Springfield, MO August 31, September 7,8, and 9th 2012
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