Events > Aug 8, 2013
Watch as skilled divers feed the fish in the freshwater aquarium at Bass Pro Shops® Outdoor World® in Springfield.
Come visit Route 66 where it was born!
90-minute summer science program centered around Missouri Minerals. Students sluice for samples, then identify and classify their finds. Available daily 6/1 thru 8/31 at 10 AM & Noon. Includes riding cave tour and Outdoor Classroom experience.
Watercolor U.S.A. is a nationally known, annual juried exhibition recognizing aqueous media painting. Featuring some of the country's best known artists and jurors, the event is open to artists from all 50 states and U.S. territories. Hundreds of entries are received annually and judged for a variety of prizes and possible purchase by the museum or its patrons. Since 1962, this event has attracted thousands of visitors to view the work of exhibitors.
Money isn't just about dollars and cents. The ancient Aztecs used chocolate for money, and Yap Islanders used 500 lb stones! So what is money and how does it work? Now families, adults, and children can explore the history, science, math and economics behind money in Moneyville. A traveling exhibit from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. This highly interactive traveling exhibit uses the familiar and fascinating subject of money to build math skills and promote economic literacy in a fun environment.
Author Book Signing
Enjoy the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals as they face off against the Frisco RoughRiders.
"Grease," rated PG.
The city of Ozark is turning 125 this year and will host a big celebration on Thursday, August 8, 2013. There will be art, live music, food, and activities for the kids all on the historic downtown square in Ozark.
Springfield Plein Air is free and open to all, to encourage artists/painters of all walks, styles, and skills to participate and enjoy plein air painting here in the Ozarks.&nbsp; Bring portable supplies, camera, sunscreen, bug spray, snacks, and a good attitude!
Whatever your stories or viewpoints from your military service, an upcoming workshop will help you find a creative way to express your thoughts. Stories from those with military experience also help individuals and communities to understand one another during wartime and peacetime. The 90-minute sessions will include three weeks of creative nonfiction and three weeks of poetry, using the "Proud to Be" anthology as a reference text, and Tim OâBrienâs "The Things They Carried" and Bruce Turnerâs "Here, Bullet." Find additional information at http://warriorsartsalliance.com/. Sessions are limited to 20 attendees. Registration is required, call 882-0714.
The Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper celebrates its 23rd anniversary in 2012. The championship is one of the premier stops on the PGA's Web.com Tour. Since 1990, the tournament has made a significant impact on the lives of children in the Ozarks and has raised more than $8 million. The proceeds from the event help children receive much-needed health care services, send a youngster to summer camp, assist medical facilities with expanding services for children, help children with special needs and enhance the lives of the children in the Ozarks. Please visit the tournament website to learn about each charity that benefits from the tournament.