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Springfield, MO Real Estate

Springfield MO, Real Estate offers the best in homes for sale, metropolitan and outdoor adventure. Learn more.

 

Surrounded by rolling hills and known as the "Queen City," Springfield is the third-largest city in the State of Missouri and offers the best in local real estate, metropolitan and outdoor adventure, which makes it a perfect family destination. With more than 420,000 people in the surrounding metro area and millions of tourists each year, Springfield, MO is rich with interesting and entertaining attractions, approximately 6,100 hotel rooms, more than 800 dining options and a variety of shopping and cultural activities. Springfield is home to more than 15 colleges and universities, including Missouri State University and Drury University. It's also home to the Triple A Springfield Cardinals, the St. Louis Cardinals minor league team.

Among Springfield's finest assets are its beautiful scenery and clean environment, something community leaders are striving to maintain through a variety of programs and sustainable building projects. Those projects include the Discovery Center, a hands-on science museum housed in a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified building. The Discovery Center, certified at the Gold level, was the first building in southwest Missouri to attain the certification.

Springfield's central location in the nation makes it easily accessible by major highways and the Springfield-Branson National Airport.

About 24,000 students attend 36 elementary schools, an intermediate school, nine middle schools and five high schools. Learn more about Springfield Public Schools


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Aviary Cafe

Aviary Cafe

The Aviary Cafe’s French-inspired menu is highlighted by its sweet and savory crepes. Aviary’s creativity and masterful use of flavor is a treat for anytime of day, but a Sunday brunch with tasty crepes and pomme frites is...

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Black Sheep Burgers and Shakes

Black Sheep Burgers and Shakes

This isn’t your typical burger joint. Black Sheep cooks up some amazing burgers with unique toppings and fixin's. They also have some of the best fries in town, some crazy good apps, and some of the best milkshakes in...

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Incredible Pizza

Incredible Pizza

This isn’t your average pizza joint. Incredible Pizza has an enormous pizza and salad buffet to fill you up, but it’s the games that will keep you and your family entertained for hours. Incredible Pizza has dozens of unique...

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MaMa Jean's Natural Market

MaMa Jean's Natural Market

For the health-conscious eater, MaMa Jean's is a great spot to pick up groceries and supplements to a well-balanced diet. MaMa Jean's also has a deli that serves up fresh, tasty eats along with a huge variety of smoothies, teas,...

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Metrpolitan Farmer

Metrpolitan Farmer

In Farmer’s Park in Southeast Springfield, Metropolitan Farmer serves up locally sourced, fresh ingredients in its dishes. They’re always coming up with new and exciting ways to serve what they have access to in the area.

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Nakato Japanese Restaurant

Nakato Japanese Restaurant

Nakato is one of the longest-tenured Hibachi grills in town. It’s more than just a delicious Japanese Steak House, it’s a show. The chefs at Nakato are almost like performers. They brandish some impressive knife skills,...

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Bass Pro

Bass Pro

The “Granddaddy of All Outdoor Stores” was started in Springfield by Johnny Morris in 1971.  Morris started out selling tackle in the back of a brown derby store and eventually expanded it into the multi-billion...

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Downtown Springfield

Downtown Springfield has exploded with locally-owned shops, restaurants and entertainment in the past few years. There’s something for everyone in the center of town.  It’s great for date nights, food festivals,...

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Hammons Field

Hammons Field

Minor league baseball came to Springfield in 2005 when the St. Louis Cardinals Double A affiliate moved into the newly constructed Hammons Field. Springfield loves its Cardinals. According to Wikipedia, about 6,500 fans attend each...

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Barley, Wheat and Rye

A rooftop bar above Metro Farmer in Farmer’s park, Barley, Wheat and Rye is the place to go for a classy evening of cocktails and good conversation.  This isn’t a rowdy bar where you can’t hear yourself think,...

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CB Social House

From the folks who started City Butcher, one of the most popular BBQ restaurants in the midwest, comes CB Social House.  If you’re a whiskey fan, this is a must visit bar.  They have more than 100 varieties of whiskey...

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Golden Girl Rum Club

Who says Springfield isn’t tropical? When you step into the Golden Girl, you’d never know you’re landlocked.  It’s a light, bright bar and kitchen on the square in Downtown Springfield that has an...

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Patton Alley Pub

Patton Alley is a traditional Irish bar that regularly hosts some of the best music acts in town.  It’s a great place to rack ‘em up and enjoy a local brew with a group of friends!

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Grove Spa

We all need a little pampering from time to time.  Grove Spa is the perfect venue for some R & R.  They provide massages, facials, mani/pedis, waxes and much more.  If the world is getting you down, Grove Spa is the...

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Hudson Hawk Barber and Shop

At Hudson Hawk, you get more than a haircut, you get an entire experience. This is a modern take on the classic barber shop your grandfather went to.  The barbers never stop learning about their trade and provide a full suite of...

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Studio 417 Salon

Year after year, Studio 417 piles up awards and recognition as the best hair salon in the city and it’s not hard to see why.  Their staff is always learning new techniques and showing off their work on Instagram.  They...

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Chesterfield Family Center

Known for it’s inside-outside slide, protruding form the building, Chesterfield Family center is a great option for mom, dad and the kids.  It’s got a great pool, an indoor running/walking track, basketball and lots...

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The Meyer Center

Cox hospital’s fitness center has a little bit of everything.  It’s a 90,000 square foot facility with everything you can imagine.  Racquetball, basketball an indoor track, a 6-lane swimming pool and tons of...

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Zenith Rock Climbing

Rock-climbers have found a home in Zenith Climbing.  It has state-of-the-art Walltopia climbing walls and if you don’t know much about the sport of climbing, they’ll teach you! They have classes regularly for all...

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5 Pound Apparel

Locally owned and locally made, Five Pound Apparel takes Springfield pride to the next level.  They’ve become well known for their clever t-shirts celebrating the Queen City and the state of Missouri.  If you’re...

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Harem and Company

Harem and Company imports brands like Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Rachel Zoe and plenty more to its store in Southeast Springfield. If you’re a fashionista looking for the latest clothes, shoes and accessories, Harme and Co. is...

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Necessitees

This local company has some amazingly cute baby clothes, books and other children’s items in addition to the apparel it provides for adults.  For each sale, it donates a portion of the proceeds to providing diapers to...

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Staxx

For top-of-the-line women’s fashion, you don’t have to go to 5th avenue. You can get the latest looks right here in Springfield at Staxx.  

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Swagbot

If you love vintage t-shirts, Swagbot has you covered.  The folks make the history of Springfield come to life with vintage logos from relics of Springfield’s past and clever slogans about being a Springfieldian.  

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Harem and Company

Harem and Company imports brands like Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Rachel Zoe and plenty more to its store in Southeast Springfield. If you’re a fashionista looking for the latest clothes, shoes and accessories, Harme and Co. is...

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Springfield Crossfit

Fitness fanatics found a new home when Springfield Crossfit came to town.  This intense training gym will get you into fantastic shape in no time with interval training and a unique culture that you can’t find anywhere...

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WEDNESDAY 1

Free Ride Day at the 82nd Annual Ozark Empire Fair11 a.m., the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Gates open at 11 a.m., midway opens at 1 p.m. Admission at the gate $9 adults, $5 children age 6-12. www.ozarkempirefair.com

THURSDAY 2

82nd Annual Ozark Empire Fair11 a.m., the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Grandstand show is Hardee’s Extreme Invitational Rodeo. ($5-$15). Gates open at 11 a.m., midway opens at 1 p.m. Admission at the gate $9 adults, $5 children age 6-12. www.ozarkempirefair.com

Adulting 1016 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Wish you had classes on how to be an adult? “How to Eat Healthy on a Budget.” Free. 417-865-1340

Baseball Memory Cafe2-3:30 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Longtime Kickapoo High School baseball coach Neil Pittman will talk baseball and share his memories at this informal social gathering for those living with early-stage memory loss and their care partners. Call 417-616-0683 to register.

British Literature Book Club1:30 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch Library, 397 E. Central St. Discuss books written by British authors. Tea and biscuits will be provided. “Little Bee” by Chris Cleave. Free. 417-862-0135

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

FRIDAY 3

4th Annual Fashion Forward6-8 p.m., Fox Theatre, 157 Park Central Square. Event supports the Drew Lewis Foundation. All participating models will be gifted a “Back-to-School” outfit to wear for the event. Come support them as they walk the runway and share about their career aspirations for the future. Tickets $45. 417-720-1890

82nd Annual Ozark Empire Fair11 a.m., the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Grandstand: 2018 Hardee’s Extreme Invitational Rodeo ($5-$15). Gates open at 11 a.m., midway opens at 1 p.m. Admission at the gate $9 adults, $5 children age 6-12. www.ozarkempirefair.com

Back to School Bash1-6 p.m., Unity of Springfield, 2214 E. Seminole St. This is a free community event open to all from Springfield and surrounding areas. Kids can get a backpack, school supplies (while supplies last), dental checkup and haircut. Community resources will be on site to share information about their services. Food and fun activities for the kids will also be provided. 417-576-5895

“The Elephant Man,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. A horribly deformed young man — victim of rare skin and bone diseases — John Merrick becomes the star freak attraction in traveling sideshows. Tickets $27 adults, $24 seniors/students, $10 student rush. 417-831-8001

Family Movie Night at the Library6:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Join us for a movie on our big screen and do an activity. Materials will be provided. Tap your heels and travel down the Yellow Brick Road at the “Wizard of Oz” party, rated G. Free. 417-882-0714.

First Friday Art Walk6 p.m., more than two dozen locations in downtown Springfield. This self-guided tour of gallery and art venues features original artworks, live art demonstrations, live music, local history, international culture, plus all the dining, shopping and entertainment that the heart of the city is known for. Free. ffaw.org

Greene County LivePD Watch Party4-11 p.m., Springfield Expo Center lot, 635 E. St. Louis St. Meet the Greene County sheriff’s deputies that appear on A&E’s “LivePD.” Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. This is a free family event with food trucks, games, inflatables and free parking. 417-868-4040

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. Presented by The Traveling Symphony. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Preview night. Donations only. 417-324-8004

Mat Fulchiron8 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Park Day Reunion10 a.m.-8 p.m., Silver Springs Park, 1100 N. Hampton Ave. Bringing together friends and family from Springfield and around the country. The event name dates back to 1952, when Gerald Brooks, a teacher at Springfield’s Lincoln School, started a day of games and sports for young black residents at Silver Springs. Free. 417-869-8091

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Springfield Improv: Improvable Causes10 p.m., Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. Fast-paced, wry, and high energy, Improvable Causes is one of Springfield Improv’s most popular shows. Tickets $5. 417-872-2658

Springfield Police Museum (Calaboose) Tours6-9 p.m., Springfield Police Museum, 409 W. McDaniel St. The Calaboose (jail), built in 1891, is the oldest existing structure owned by the city of Springfield. The community is welcome to tour during Art Walk with no appointment. Free parking is available just next door in the parking garage. Free. 417-864-1810

SATURDAY 4

15th Annual Kid’Athlon8 a.m., Meador Park, 2500 S. Fremont. A mini-triathlon for kids. Swim, bike and run your way to victory in events designed for your age group. Take home a medal, t-shirt, giveaways and the pride that comes with finishing a triathlon. Registration required by Aug. 2 at parkboard.org. Ages 5-12. $35 per child. $25 for each additional child from the same household. 417-891-1500

82nd Annual Ozark Empire Fair11 a.m., The Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N Grant Ave. Summer’s Biggest Party. Pulling for the Kids. ($5-$20). Gates open at 11 a.m., midway opens at 1 p.m. Admission at the gate $9 adults, $5 children age 6-12.www.ozarkempirefair.com

Blockbusters at the Library3-5 p.m., Fair Grove Branch Library, 81 S Orchard Blvd., Fair Grove. For ages 13 and older. “Thor: Ragnarok” rated PG-13. Free. 417-759-2637.

Diaper Dash & bRUNch Run7-11 a.m., Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, 3861 E Stan Musial Drive. This event will benefit children’s charities of the Ozarks and features a 1-mile fun run, 5K and 10K timed races, inflatables and face painting for the kids, coffee station, fauxmosa station on course, Mother’s beer (21+) at the finish line, and of course-BRUNCH. 5k: $30 pre-registration; $35 race day, 10k: $35 pre-registration; $40 race day, Mile Fun Run: $20 pre-registration; $25 race day. 417-887-3400.

DIY Pallet Yard games2-4 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Learn how to make yard games from pallets in this hands-on workshop with library staff member Andrew Mann. Will it be tic-tac-toe or yard dominoes? The choice is yours. Materials will be provided; seating is limited. registration starts July 23. Free. 417-616-0683

“The Elephant Man,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. A horribly deformed young man — victim of rare skin and bone diseases — John Merrick becomes the star freak attraction in traveling sideshows. Tickets $27 adults, $24 seniors/students, $10 student rush. 417-831-8001

Firehouse Bluegrass Jam and Band and Show, jam at 4 p.m., band at 6:30 p.m., Orchard Crest Baptist Church, 320 S. Orchard Crest Ave. 417-849-9521

“How to Write Your Memoir or Life Story,” 10 a.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Topics include memoir, biography, and family history. Registration not required. Wayne Groner, 417-987-6008

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. Presented by The Traveling Symphony. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Preview night. Donations only. 417-324-8004

Mat Fulchiron7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Park Day Reunion10 a.m.-8 p.m., Silver Springs Park, 1100 N. Hampton Ave. Bringing together friends and family from Springfield and around the country. The event name dates back to 1952, when Gerald Brooks, a teacher at Springfield’s Lincoln School, started a day of games and sports for young black residents at Silver Springs. Free. 417-869-8091

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 2:30 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with Improv Circus8 p.m. ($10) and Comedy Open Mic10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658

Wagens at the Wheel III, 10 a.m., Ferris Wheel located at Track Family Fun Parks - Track IV, 3345 W. Missouri 76, Branson. Volkswagens and Volkswagen enthusiasts are invited. With face painting and balloon animals. Free. 417-546-6620

SUNDAY 5

“The Elephant Man,” 2 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. A horribly deformed young man — victim of rare skin and bone diseases — John Merrick becomes the star freak attraction in traveling sideshows. Tickets $27 adults, $24 seniors/students, $10 student rush. 417-831-8001

First Sunday Concert with the Bob Holden Jazz Ensemble2-3:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Enjoy the Bob Holden Jazz Ensemble as it performs big band arrangements from the ’40s-’90s. The band features players ages 15-77, allowing young musicians the chance to learn jazz styles and perform with professionals and other experienced musicians. All ages. Free. 417-882-0714

Heritage Days Festival10 a.m.-6 p.m., Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company, 2278 Baker Creek Road, Mansfield. Celebrate the growing season with produce, music, crafts and some down home-cookin’. Vendors sell many varieties of fruit and produce as well as handmade crafts. 417-924-8917

Jammin for Jesus, 2 p.m., Baldknobbers Theater, 645 S. State Highway 165, Branson. Jammin’ host are Brandon Mabe, Bob Duke and Cathy Atkins. Free admission with a donation of nonperishable food items for the Christian Motorcyclists Association’s project benefiting Live Under Construction. A love offering will be taken. 417-336-5622

Park Day Reunion10 a.m.-8 p.m., Silver Springs Park, 1100 N. Hampton Ave. Bringing together friends and family from Springfield and around the country. The event name dates back to 1952, when Gerald Brooks, a teacher at Springfield’s Lincoln School, started a day of games and sports for young black residents at Silver Springs. Free. 417-869-8091.

Springfield Bridal Expo11 a.m., Springfield Expo, 635 E. St. Louis St. Meet local wedding merchants, taste wedding cakes, book venues, meet photographers and create the wedding day you’ve always imagined. Pre-register at www.metbride.com. 417-888-2900

MONDAY 6

Exploring Genealogy: Nathan Boone Homestead7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Join Facility Manager Mike Busekrus as he walks your through the Boones’ history in Greene County, explores the mysteries of the homestead and introduces you to the people who have called this place home through the years. Free. 417-882-0714

Tonks & the Aurors and Friends7-9 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Rock out at the Library Center with wizard rockers Tonks & the Aurors. Front woman Steph Anderson and bandmates have toured the U.S. and Europe, playing music about Harry Potter since 2007. For grades 6-12. Free. 417-882-0714

TUESDAY 7

Christian Women’s “Designed for You” Luncheonnoon, Twin Oaks Country Club, 1020 E. Republic Road. Patricia Winter of Recycled Treasures Estate Sales will share shopping and hosting tips and floral designer Kelly Carter of Bonner Springs, Kansas, will recount how she found the “True Designer of her Heart.” Cost: $16. Reservations required. Call 417-877-8820 or 417-838-9500 by July 31.

Insane Clown Posse7 p.m., The Complex, 307 Park Central East. Tickets $24.50. 417-238-4474

National Night Out5:30-8 p.m., Nichols Park, 1900 W. Nichols St. Visit with local police officers, firefighters and park rangers, and enjoy tennis and other games and special activities. Free. 417-864-1049

Nixa’s National Night Out6-8 p.m., The X Center, 701 N. Taylor Way, Nixa. Meet your police and fire departments and enjoy free swimming, refreshments, games and prizes. Free. 417-725-5486

TajMo: The Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ Band7 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Tickets $49.50-$137.50, VIP $189. 417-863-9491 or http://gillioz.org

THURSDAY 9

Midtown Workshop Series: Perseid Meteor Shower6 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. Instructor Rebecca Baker from MSU’s Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science Department will discuss the upcoming Perseid Meteor Shower. Learn the best way to see the event and leave with a map of the sky for the night of the meteor shower. Registration starts Aug. 1. Free. 417-862-0135

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

The Strafford Branch Library Turns 10!11 a.m., Strafford Branch Library, 101 Missouri 125, Strafford. Help celebrate 10 years of fun with snacks, prizes, games and other activities. Free. 417-736-9233

Stories with Your Legislators11 a.m., Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 S. Brentwood Blvd. Rep. Steve Helms will read your favorite stories at storytime. Free. 417-883-1974

FRIDAY 10

Birthplace of Route 66 Festival & Car Show10 a.m., Park Central Square. Annual parade with a pre-parade party, a two-day car and motorcycle show, a Gypsy Tour motorcycle poker run, free live music at Park Central Square and Jordan Valley Park, an outdoor movie, vendor villages, a 6.6K/3.3K run/walk and the annual two-day convention of Route 66 authors, artists, collectors and associations. Free. http://route66festivalsgf.com/ http://www.itsalldowntown.com/

Family Fishing Night6-9 p.m., Rutledge-Wilson Farm Park, 3825 W. Farm Road 146. A relaxing evening of catch and release fishing, plus the Cow Train, bounce house and a campfire. Registration required. Cost $5. 417-837-5949.http://www.parkboard.org/rutledge_wilson/

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., National Avenue Christian Church, 1515 S. National Ave. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Fundraiser for Rare Breed (pay what you will). 417-324-8004

Reno Collier8 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Springfield Improv: Ask The Bobs with Comedy Inc.8 p.m. ($10) and Pappy Van Winkle10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658

SATURDAY 11

19th annual Kings Prairie Community Center Benefit Concert, 5 p.m.Kings Prairie, 11760 Farm Road 2015 (three miles east of Monett). Annual benefit to riase money for upkeep and maintenance of the historic Kings Prairie one-room school, featuring Betty Laney, Bill Bolinger, Flyin’ Buzzards, Ozark Mountain Revival and Al Brumley. Food, drinks and desserts available for purchase; bring lawn chairs. Free admission, donations accepted. 417-489-0068

2018 Berry Festival for the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Macedonia Baptist Church, 3110 W. Sunshine St. Beautiful handmade quilts of all sizes will be auctioned, along with crafts, food and beverages, cobblers and ice cream and children’s activities. Free. 417-882-6647

Big Head Todd and the Monsters6 p.m., Ozarks Ampitheater, 2629 N. Business Route 5, Camdenton. Tickets $18-$83.www.ozarksamp.com or 573-346-0000

Birthplace of Route 66 Festival & Car Show10 a.m., Park Central Square. Annual parade with a pre-parade party, a two-day car and motorcycle show, a Gypsy Tour motorcycle poker run, free live music at Park Central Square and Jordan Valley Park, an outdoor movie, vendor villages, a 6.6K/3.3K run/walk and the annual two-day convention of Route 66 authors, artists, collectors and associations. Free. http://route66festivalsgf.com/ http://www.itsalldowntown.com/

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., National Avenue Christian Church, 1515 S. National Ave. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Fundraiser for Rare Breed (pay what you will). 417-324-8004

Reno Collier7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 2:30 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with Spoiler Alert8 p.m. ($10) and Keeping Up with the Joneses10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658

SUNDAY 12

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., National Avenue Christian Church, 1515 S. National Ave. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Fundraiser for Rare Breed (pay what you will). 417-324-8004

Loudwire Gen X Tour1:30 p.m., Summers at the River Sports Complex, 2142 N. Sports Complex Lane, Nixa. Buckcherry, P.O.D., Lit and Alien Ant Farm. With special guests T.R.O.Y. and Paralandra. All-ages event. Tickets are available ateventbrite.com, Stick It In Your Ear, Kaleidoscope, Eye Candy Boutique, and Ernie Williamson Music in Joplin MO. $40 advanced and $50 at the door. 417-720-3617.

Second Sunday Concert Series: Bluefield2-3:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. The five-member band Bluefield plays bluegrass and grassed-up rock that will appeal to music lovers of all ages. Free. 417-882-0714

Vinyl Collecting 1013 p.m., Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 S. Brentwood Blvd. Want to start a vinyl record collection but don’t know where to begin? Learn the basics of collecting, listening, storing and reselling vinyl records from library staff member Nicholas Holladay. Free. 417-883-1974

MONDAY 13

2018 Learn to Grow in the Garden Series: Crepe Myrtle, 6-7 p.m., Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic Ave.. Becky Nicholas, garden center and landscape designer from Wickman’s Garden Village, will share her wealth of information about the types and care of these lovely bloomers. Cost is $5. 417-891-1515. http://www.parkboard.org/info/botanical/index.html

TUESDAY 14

Center City Book Club, 1:30 p.m., Tea Bar and Bites, 621 S. Pickwick Ave. Perk up your week with friendly conversation and in a cozy atmosphere. “The Great Alone” by Kristin Hannah. Free. 417-862-0135

Donuts & Death, 6 p.m., Hurts Donut Company, 320 Park Central West. Horror has never tasted so sweet. “Uncle Silas” by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. Free. 417-831-1342

Suicide Loss Workshop, 6:30-8 p.m., Lost and Found Grief Center, 1555 S. Glenstone Ave. This workshop will explore complications suicide death bring to the grieving process. The goal is to provide a caring, understanding environment in which to explore the impact of suicide on survivors and learn coping strategies. Free. 417-865-9998

WEDNESDAY 15

Brown Bag Travelogue, 12:30 p.m., Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 S. Brentwood Blvd. Local author Larry Campbell, professor emeritus of mathematics at MSU, will discuss the trip chronicled in his book “Rollin’ Down the River: Discovering People and Places Along the Missouri River.” Books will be available for purchase and signing. Free. 417-883-1974

Exploring Genealogy: Native American Research, 10 a.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Jami Lewis, archivist at the State Historical Society of Missouri, will continue her January discussion on researching Native American ancestors, including the Cherokee Nation, the Osage and archaeological information about Delaware Town. Free. 417-882-0714

THURSDAY 16

Books & Brew, 6 p.m., Mother’s Brewery, 215 S. Grant Ave. “Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything” by Dr. Lydia King. Free. 417-882-0714

Ozarks Travelogues, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Ozark Mushrooms: The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful. Enjoy a slideshow of Dr. Mark Bower’s photographs as you learn what to look for and what to look out for from this member of the Missouri Mycological Society. Free. 417-882-0714

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

FRIDAY 17

Family Fridays in the Garden: Gone Batty, 7:30 p.m., Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic Ave. Bring the whole family out on select Friday nights this summer to discover the plants, animals and history of the garden. Meet on the rooftop garden. Free. 417-891-1515, ext 2. http://www.parkboard.org/info/botanical/index.html

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Free. 417-324-8004

Megan Gailey, 8 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Springfield Improv: Use Your Words with Down the Rabbit Hole, 8 p.m. ($10) and No Strings Attached, 10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658 or springfieldimprov.com

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

SATURDAY 18

4th Annual LibraryCon, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Geek out with fellow fans and cosplayers. Geek storytime, draw-alongs with illustrators, a comic illustrators and authors panel, tabletop gaming panel and more. Family-friendly cosplay is welcome. Free. thelibrary.org/librarycon

“The Secret of Raven Cottage,” 2:30 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The closing chapter of the Chalfant saga takes us back to a time before the “Stranger” ever came to the lighthouse and reveals a dark secret that Raven Cottage holds. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Concert at the Cave, noon-6 p.m., Doling Park, 301 E. Talmage St. A family-friendly afternoon of live music, cave tours, kids interactive art, games and a bounce house. Concessions available. Free. 417-864-1049

Food Truck Mini Series, 11 a.m., Battlefield Mall, 2825 S. Glenstone Ave. Come out to the Battlefield Mall from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for our Food Truck Mini Series. Food trucks will be located in the parking lot at the corner of Glenstone and Battlefield. Food trucks attending: Sno-Ballz, Twisted Mikes, Not’cho Ordinary Taco, London Calling Pasty Company, Davalon. Free admission. 417-883-7777

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 6 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Free. 417-324-8004

Megan Gailey, 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Neon Night Run/Walk, 7 p.m., Rutledge-Wilson Farm Park, 3825 W. Farm Road 146. NAMI Southwest Missouri’s annual event for Suicide Prevention. This 5K timed event and 1 mile non-timed event is a glowing experience with illuminating lights and neon glow. Participants will receive a T-shirt and glow gear. Register online ata ActNowRacing.com.

Springfield Dance Alliance 4th Annual Concert & Gala, 6 p.m., Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E. Brookside Drive. Experience the artistry of Springfield Dance Alliance with an evening of movement, sculpture, community, drinks, art, silent auction and special performances to support your local dance artists. All donations to Springfield Dance Alliance, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, will go toward our 2018/2019 season and are fully tax deductible. Tickets $25-$100. 417-496-9527

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

The Story Tree Festival, 10 a.m., MARC Mount Vernon Arts and Recreation Center, 822 W. Mount Vernon Blvd., Mount Vernon. Join area storytellers telling old and new tales. Free. 417-413-6720

Yoga for Health, 2 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Join library staff member and registered yoga instructor Kim Duquette for a gentle yoga class. Feel free to bring a mat or towel. Free. 417-616-0683

SUNDAY 19

All About Weddings Bridal Show, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Oasis Convention Center, 2546 N. Glenstone Ave. Recently engaged or a seasoned planning pro? Everything from venues, photographers, florals, cake, catering, planners, photo booths, videographers, invitations, honeymoons, and more all in one place. Pre-register at get more info at www.allaboutweddingsmissouri.com

“The Importance of Being Earnest,” 2 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. The 1890s meet the 1980s in this unique retelling of a classic romantic comedy presented by The Traveling Symphony. The concept comes from the novel “Station 11.” Free. 417-324-8004

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 12:30 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

Toto, 8 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Tickets $49.50-$125.50. 417-863-9491 or http://gillioz.org

MONDAY 20

Application Session, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, 2410 S. Scenic Ave. Come find out how to buy a home with a 0% interest loan through Habitat for Humanity of Springfield. Free. Registration required by calling 417-829-4001, ext. 105.

TUESDAY 21

Movies for Grown-Ups, 6:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Join AARP for standout films with unique appeal to movie lovers with a grown-up state of mind. Light refreshments provided. “Florence Foster Jenkins” rated PG-13. Free. 417-882-0714

THURSDAY 23

The Importance of Dred Scott, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Springfield attorney Thomas Strong will discuss Dred Scott v. John Sandford, considered the court’s greatest “self-inflicted wound” and how the decision polarized the nation and forever changed the course of history. Free. 417-882-0714

FRIDAY 24

Shang, 8 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Springfield Go Red For Women Luncheon, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., University Plaza Convention Center, 333 S. John Q Hammons Parkway. The luncheon will feature a heart-healthy lunch and the “Purse-onality” Silent Auction with purses containing unique items donated by local women. It will also feature survivors stories and introduce women who recently completed the 12-week Go Red BetterU Makeover Challenge. Tickets $100. 417-881-1121

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

SATURDAY 25

4th Annual Ozarks Mini Maker Faire, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., White River Conference Center, 600 W. Sunshine St. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for “makers” to show hobbies, experiments, projects. We call it the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth — a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. 417-882-9603

13th Annual Festival of the Nations, 5-9 p.m., Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1609 N. Summit Ave. Food tickets can be purchased at the event for $1 and festival goers will give one, two or three tickets per food item, depending on the dish itself. In past events, countries represented in the food area include Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Japan, Mexico, Slovakia, Peru, United States and Venezuela. Dance performances and a children’s area. 417-869-3646

2018 Moonlight Bike Ride - for the Fairbanks Bike Shop, 6 p.m.-midnight, Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E. Brookside Drive. No registration, bring a cash donation for the Community Bike Shop at the Fairbanks. You’ll be entered into a raffle contest with each donation of $10. Decorate your bike, light it up...dress yourself up. Costumes are awesome. First 7-mile family-friendly loop followed by a 14-mile party loop. 417-720-1890

An Evening with Lyle Lovett and His Big Band, 8 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Tickets $45-$150. 417-863-9491 or http://gillioz.org

Application Session, 9 a.m.-noon, Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, 2410 S. Scenic Ave. Come find out how to buy a home with a 0% interest loan through Habitat for Humanity of Springfield. Free. Registration required by calling 417-829-4001, ext. 105.

Back-to-school Community Tour Day at Isabel’s House, 10 a.m.-noon, Isabel’s House, Crisis Nursery of the Ozarks, 2750 W. Bennett. Open to the public, donations accepted. Spend 30 minutes on a guided tour with our expert team at Isabel’s House and learn how your gifts and volunteer service provide care for children and support for parents during a crisis. Bring an item to help a child. www.isabelshouse.org/wish-list https://www.isabelshouse.org

Back to School Movie at Founders Park: “School of Rock,” 7 p.m., Founders Park, 330 E. Water St. Live music, vendors and concessions. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Live music begins at 7 p.m. and movie begins at dusk (around 8 p.m.) Free. 417-866-7444

Habitat Home Run: 5K, 10K and 1 mile run, 7-11 a.m., Lafayette Park, 202 E. Atlantic St. Walk or run to support Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization program. Register at habitatrun.org or by calling 417-829-4001

Saturday Night at the Movies, 6:30 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N Kansas Expressway. For ages 13 and older. “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” rated PG-13. Free. 417-865-1340

Shang, 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with In Love, 8 p.m. ($10) and Improv Comedy, 10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater,308 South Ave. 417-872-2658 or springfieldimprov.com

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

SUNDAY 26

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” 12:30 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment, she unwittingly enters a hornet’s nest. Tickets $12-$26, reservations requested. 417-358-4300

MONDAY 27

Civil War Book Discussion Group, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Bring your favorite Civil War book. Free. 417-882-0714

THURSDAY 30

The Fairgrounds and Beyond: Auto Racing in the Ozarks, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Celebrate the rich history of auto racing in the Ozarks. Local History Associate Michael Price will discuss well-known area drivers and the tracks that made them famous. Free. 417-882-0714

Trading Hands Kids Sale, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Shop 470+ families at once. Free admission and parking. www.tradinghands.net

FRIDAY 31

Adam Hunter, 8 p.m., Blue Room Comedy Club at Billiards of Springfield, 541 E. St. Louis St. Tickets $10-$15. 417-986-4866

Family Fridays in the Garden: From Garden to Grocer, 7:30 p.m., Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic Ave. Bring the whole family out on select Friday nights this summer to discover the plants, animals, and history of the garden. Meet on the rooftop garden. Free. 417-891-1515 ext 2. http://www.parkboard.org/info/botanical/index.html

Springfield Public Schools Job Fair, 1-4 p.m., Kraft Administration Center, 1359 E. St. Louis St. On-site interviews and application support. 417-523-0000

Trading Hands Kids Sale, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Shop 470+ families at once. Free admission and parking. www.tradinghands.net

 


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