Events in Springfield

Showing 20 events happening Nov. 21, 2014.

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Passages Treasures of the Bible

Apr 12- Jan 3 - Tues-Sat 10am-6pm Sun 1pm-6pm

The Green family, founders of national arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby, has amassed one of the world’s 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.

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Bass Pro Shops Outdoor Fitness Festival

Sep-Nov - See website

The Bass Pro Fitness Festival is a series of not-for-profit events sponsored by Bass Pro and dedicated volunteers and sponsors. Proceeds from these events are shared by Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Ozark Greenways and Wonders of Wildlife. Walk, bike, run, or kayak your way to better health with the Bass Pro Outdoor Fitness Festival!

Charity Event Festivals Outdoor Event

Springfield Music Acoustic Jam

Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month - 6 to 8pm

Own an acoustic instrument? Like playing unplugged? Enjoy jamming with others? If so, then this Acoustic Jam is for you.

Free Events On-going

Temporary Exhibit at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center for the month of November 2014:

Nov. 1 - 8am-5pm

Nature Photography by Donna Groven

Exhibits Free Events On-going

Festival of Lights

Nov-Dec - See website

An ongoing celebration of the winter holidays. Events include a tree lighting celebation, fireworks, free ice skating, shows, plays, music and more!

Festivals Holiday Just for Kids

Acrobats of China featuring New Shanghai Circus

- 8:00 PM

Each year the troupe adds new performers creating a revolving line-up of featured acts. During Ozark Mountain Christmas these award-winning Acrobats celebrate the Chinese Holidays! This is a circus like you've never seen before!

Concerts Cultural Educational Holiday Night Life On-going Theatre

Acrobats of China featuring New Shanghai Circus

- 3:00 PM

Each year the troupe adds new performers creating a revolving line-up of featured acts. During Ozark Mountain Christmas these award-winning Acrobats celebrate the Chinese Holidays! This is a circus like you've never seen before!

Concerts Cultural Educational Holiday On-going Theatre

A Streetcar Named Desire

Nov: 14-16, 20-23 - 7:30-9:30

By Tennessee Williams. Pulitzer Prize and Drama Critics Circle Award winner, A Streetcar Named Desire is indisputably one of the greatest dramas of the 20th century. Set in the steamy French Quarter of New Orleans, Blanche DuBois, a fading southern belle with delusions of grandeur and aristocratic affectations, arrives to stay with her sister, Stella and Stella’s crude and brutish husband, Stanley Kowalski. The catastrophic confrontation between Blanche and Stanley threatens to destroy her sanity and her last chance at happiness.

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Christmas in Lights

Nov 14-Dec 27 - Check website for details

The fairgrounds is illuminated with the Christmas spirit for a one-of-a-kind holiday attraction featuring more than a million lights in a drive-through show.

Just for Kids Outdoor Event

Even The Devil Likes A Good Story

Nov. 20 -22 - 6pm (Nov. 20-22), 12:30pm (Nov. 22,23)

Mark Twain, Christopher Hitchens, Tammy Faye Bakker, and the Ayatolla Khomeini are dead. But wait…they have found themselves not at the gates to Heaven, but at the gates to Hell. And the Devil himself is going to put them through it—not through the gate necessarily, but “through hell” most surely, and in a manner they never could have expected.

Comedy Night Life Theatre

Our Town

Nov. 20-23 - Nov. 20-22: 7:30 p.m., Nov. 23: 2:30 p.m.

Set between 1901 and 1913 in the fictional village of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire, Our Town looks at the everyday lives of ordinary people and weaves their stories together over a 12-year timeframe.

Cultural Theatre

Even the Devil Likes a Good Story

Nov. 20-23 - Nov. 20, 21, 23 at 6 p.m., Nov 22, 23 at 12:30 p.m.

In this premiere of the Jeff Tenney play, the devil has to decide what to do with themore controversial and notorious figures in history.

Cultural Theatre

Cup O'Cheer Homes Tour

Nov. 21 - 10am-7:30pm

Make plans now to attend the Cup O'Cheer Homes Tour on Friday, November 21st. Tour our most beautiful homes, decorated for the holidays. The final destination is the Ronald McDonald House near Cox South where a Holiday Tea featuring elegant desserts prepared by Chef Roland Parny will be served. The first 1,200 ticket holders will receive a custom teacup and saucer. A silent auction held at the Ronald McDonald House near Cox South will be open to the public and feature a variety of items including one-of-a-kind furniture and décor items, as well as many great gift options. Tickets are only $30 and the homes may be toured any time from 10:00am - 7:30pm.

Charity Event Holiday

Parents Night Out

Nov. 21 - 6pm-9pm

Parents, come join the Central High Kilties (and their parents) and Fazoli's as we offer you a night with your sweetie. Fazoli's will cook the dinner, and we will show a movie (PG, PG13)(concessions also available for purchase) all in the Central commons. Your children will have their own dinner and be provided crafts, games, and their own movie (G rated) all on the same campus.

Charity Event Food Event Just for Kids Night Life Theatre

Wildflowers and Mountains Photo tour

Nov. 21 - 6 pm

Explore the land of Mozart and Sound of Music through a photo tour of wildflowers and mountains from Salzburg, Berchtegaden and Bavarian Alps, presented by Mr. Peter Longley.

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