Farmers Market of the Ozarks combines farm fresh goodness, hand-crafted products and local eateries, all in one location easily accessible to the Ozarks community. Shop for groceries, find unique gifts, have breakfast and lunch or enjoy some local music, all within the markets laid back atmosphere under the only permanent farmers' market pavilion in the Ozarks. The market accepts SNAP, debit and credit cards.
Please join us for a pre-Lenten study of C.S. Lewis's masterpiece The Screwtape Letters. In this enduring classic, a senior devil named Screwtape writes letters to a junior tempter, Wormwood, teaching him the best ways to lead a soul to hell. The resulting correspondence showcases Lewis's rich humor and insight, helping Christians face the onslaught of day-to-day temptations. Generations of Christians have loved this book for its spiritual power and the difference it has made in their lives. Dr. Leslie Baynes, associate professor of New Testament at Missouri State University, will lead the study. Participants are encouraged to read the book in advance.
First and Calvary's "Musical Offerings" Concert Series presents Dr. Gregory Hand, OrganistGregory hand is Assistant Professor of Organ at The University of Iowa. He was awarded the Doctorate of Musical Arts Degree from The University of Michigan. Dr. Hand is increasingly in demand as a performer and his given recitals and master classes in the U.S., France, Spain, Germany, and Brazil. He will be performing on First & Calvary's 61 rank 1979 Austin Pipe Organ on Sunday, January 25 at 2:30 pm. This concert is free and everyone is welcome.
Gifted 22-year-old Ji has a compelling musical presence and a career that began at the age of ten, when he was the youngest pianist to win the New York Philharmonics Young Artists Competition. Well-known in his native country, Ji performed Koreas first outdoor classical concert, as soloist with the BBC Symphony. His creative vision to make classical music accessible to young people led to his Stop & Listen guerrilla performances in 2010, bringing classical music to the public on the busy streets of Seoul.
Listen to motivational speaker and mountaineering instructor, Dan Nash, who will cover the mental aspects of quitting and how to stay motivated. Dan uses himself as an example while climbing the biggest mountains in the worldhow these experiences affected him, how he fought to keep going, and how you can, too!
A high school wise guy is determined to have a day off from school, despite what his prinicpal thinks. Donations support Ozark Food Harvest.
Whether you want to dream, plan, improve or build the HBAs Home Show has everything to inspire your home improvement or building project under one roof. Attendees of the HBA Home Show can visit with approximately 225 exhibitors occupying more than 450 booths in the Springfield Expo Center. Cost of admission is $7. Children under 12 are admitted free. Dates and Times: Friday, January 30 11am to 7pm, Saturday, January 31 10am to 7pm and Sunday, February 1 11am to 4pm.
Is your goal for 2015 to save money? Want to learn how to get started with couponing? Join us at DCS to learn about cost savings strategies for the average houshold and hands-on practice. Get advice from Karen Brown, professional trainer and expert couponer/deal finder with more than 30 years experience. No childcare available. Adult event only.