Sight & Sound Theatres brings the Bible to life on Branson's largest stage. This one-of-a-kind family experience includes a 300-foot wraparound stage, 40-foot-high sets and an amazing variety of live animals. Playing in 2014: "Jonah."
The Springfield Cardinals, the AA affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, season runs Apr-Sep. When you catch a game at Hammons Field, you get a glimpse of what's next for the big leagues!
The Green family, founders of national arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby, has amassed one of the worlds largest private collections of rare biblical artifacts. Passages is a 30,000-square-foot, interactive living-history exhibit that chronicles the remarkable story behind the Bible.
From its earliest days Springfield has provided space for entertainers to give the citizens a few moments away from their daily cares. The first entertainment venue in Springfield was the Court House on the Public Square and by the early 1900s there were theaters all around the downtown and Commercial Street. At one time there were three movie and vaudeville houses on the Public Square alone.
This event is the largest nine-day hunting sale of the year. Celebrate with local hunting professionals, while also taking advantage of unbelievable savings.
Join us every Wednesday for the Best Happy Hour in SGF! NO COVER, NO ENTRY FEES, just show up and have some fun.
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.
The King travels away and leaves his son in charge of the kingdom. The Dreamweaver takes advantage of the situation and slowly turns the people of the kingdom against the Prince, with deadly results. Find out what happens when the King returns to The Land of Nod.
The storyinspired by the legendary Billie Holiday starring Johnnie Angelia King. The play takes place in South Philadelphia in March 1959. Billie Holiday is performing in a run-down bar, during one of her last performances before her death in July 1959. She sings, accompanied by Jimmy Powers on the piano, and also tells stories about her life.
The Main Event: Sports Trivia Sponsored by Heart of America Beverage Company, benefiting The Kitchen, Inc.
Heart of America beverage company presents a competitive night of sports trivia, The Main Event, benefiting The Kitchen, Inc. Teams of ten players compete to answer questions in ten categories of sports knowledge for cash prizes. 1st place $1,000. 2nd place $500. 3rd place $250. Beer and Snacks provided. Special appearance by KY3 sports director Ned Reynolds. Registration form and fee must be received by August 15th, 2014. Gather your team!
A Class Act Productions presents MIXED NUTS, the Springfield premier of three hilarious comedies by Le Wilhelm in a new Downtown venue. Enjoy your evening even more by ordering drinks and hors doeuvres from your table!
A limited number of tickets are still available for a concert at the Springfield Art Museum at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 21, featuring Richard Patterson and Bettine Clemen performing in concert to benefit the kitchen/sensory garden. The concert will be followed by a wine and hors doeuvres reception and silent auction to benefit the planned Sensory Garden.
The Alfred Music Piano clinicians are currently on tour around North America, and our store will be one of their stops!
Everyones favorite sommelier Andrew is breaking out the bubbly. Join Andrew has he shares a wealth of information about sparkling wine! Try a few of his favorites while sampling locally produced artisan cheese! Can you think of a better way to spend a Friday night?