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Joplin, MO Real Estate

Joplin, MO Real Estate

Joplin, MO is located in the very center and heart of the four-state region in Southwest, MO and only 70 miles west of Springfield, MO. We are the gateway to the Ozark Mountain Region as well as Route 66, and as the fourth largest metropolitan area in the state we are proud to welcome you to your next home. While many of you know of our losses suffered from a tornado strike in May of 2011, what you may not know is that Joplin is rebuilding and rising from our destruction better than ever. Our main street and business district including Northpark Mall were not hit and continue to serve our community with their exceptional service. With numerous parks and places of interest such as the Joplin Museum Complex showcasing our history of lead and zinc mining, we encourage you to walk around Joplin and take a step in our shoes for a day.

 

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THURSDAY 1

2018 Downtown Awards, 6-8 p.m., Missouri Spirits, 507 W. Walnut St. Join the Downtown Springfield Association for the Annual Downtown Awards Ceremony presented by the Downtown Council of Champions. Tickets $20. 417-831-6200

Adulting 101, 6 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Join library staff members for life skills classes. “How to Make Friends.” Free. 417-865-1340

British Literature Book Club, 1:30 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. Discuss books written by British authors. Tea and biscuits will be served. “The Essex Serpent” by Sarah Perry. 417-862-0135

Christian Women’s Connection New Year’s Luncheon, noon, Twin Oaks Country Club, 1020 E. Republic Road. See decor and accessories and find the perfect gift from Good & Perfect Gifts, 1145 E. Republic Road, and learn how Judy Hall of Harrison, Arkansas, found joy amid the trials of life. Cost: $16. Reservations required. 417-877-8820

Miniature Art Show Preview Party, 6-9 p.m., Rosette Studios, 214 S. Campbell Ave. One hundred participants making almost 1,000 3” x 3” artworks. This show benefits Artists and Queen City Rock Camp. All art is sold for just $5. Admission $5. 417-987-9155

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

“Stranger in the Lighthouse,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. An old man comes to Raven Cottage in the middle of the night seeking refuge from a storm. Tickets $10-$12. 417-581-9192

“West Side Story,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers, 311 E. Walnut St. Classic musical explores the rivalry between the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks, two teenage street gangs in New York City. Tickets $16-$36. 417-869-1334

FRIDAY 2

6th Annual Midwest Regional Beer Wine Cheese And Chocolate Festival VIP Pairings Dinner, 6:30 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. A four-course meal where each course is paired with a local beer and wine. Tickets include your meal, the pairings and entrance to Saturday’s Beer Wine Cheese and Chocolate festival. For ages 21 and older. Tickets $60. 417-833-2660

Annual Chili Supper and Silent Auction for the Kilties, 6-9 p.m., Central High School, 423 E. Central St. All-you-can-eat chili and hot dogs, auction, baked goods, carnival games. Tickets $7 adults, $5 children age 4-11. https://centralhighkiltiesannualc.simpletix.com/

“Night of January 16th,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. Karen Andre is on trial for the murder of her boss and lover, Bjorn, in this play written by Ayn Rand. Tickets $12-$26, age 5 and under free. 417-358-9665

Carden Circus, 7 p.m., JQH Arena, 685 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. Revisit the memories of your childhood while creating new ones with your own kids. Tickets $10. http://supershrinecircus.com/

Escape From Hogwarts, 6 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Discover the world of sorcery and magic as you explore the castle, solve puzzles and rescue everyone from Hogwarts. For adults 18 and over. Free. 417-883-5341

Family Movie Night at the Library, 6:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” rated PG. Free. 417-882-0714

Father Daughter Dance, 6 p.m., Nixa Community Center, 701 N. Taylor Way, Nixa. Dance the night away while enjoying light refreshments, activities, and a picture to remember the evening. Pre-registration will end on Feb. 1. Members $25, Nixa residents $30, non-Nixa residents $35. The registration fee includes admission for one dad and one daughter. Each additional child is $10. 417-725-5486

First Friday Art Walk, 6 p.m., 13 participating downtown Springfield venues featuring original art, artist receptions, live art demonstrations, hands-on art activities and more. www.ffaw.org

Pursuit Men’s Conference, 6:30 p.m., Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 2210 W. Republic Road. Hear powerful teaching from Brad Clay, host of “Final Descent Outdoors,” and the inspirational story of evangelist David Ring. Brent the Stunt Guy will perform acrobatic feats, and area vendors will be giving away prizes. 417-887-2317 or ridgecrestbaptist.org/events

Springfield Improv: Improvable Causes, 10 p.m., Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. Tickets $5. 417-872-2658

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

“Stranger in the Lighthouse,” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. An old man comes to Raven Cottage in the middle of the night seeking refuge from a storm. Tickets $10-$12. 417-581-9192

“West Side Story,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers, 311 E. Walnut St. Classic musical explores the rivalry between the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks, two teenage street gangs in New York City. Tickets $16-$36. 417-869-1334

SATURDAY 3

6th Annual Midwest Regional Beer Wine Cheese And Chocolate Festival, noon, Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. There will be live music, cooking demos and seminars, tastings are included. For ages 21 and up only. Tickets $25-$30. 417-833-2660

Carden Circus, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., JQH Arena, 685 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. Revisit the memories of your childhood while creating new ones with your own kids. Tickets $10. http://supershrinecircus.com/

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

“The Mystery Hour,” live taping of Springfield’s own late-night talk show, 7:30 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Tickets $12. gillioztheatre.com; 417-863-9491

“Night of January 16th,” 6 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. Karen Andre is on trial for the murder of her boss and lover, Bjorn, in this play written by Ayn Rand. Tickets $12-$26, age 5 and under free. 417-358-9665

Pursuit Men’s Conference, 9 a.m., Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 2210 W. Republic Road. Hear powerful teaching from Brad Clay, host of “Final Descent Outdoors,” and the inspirational story of evangelist David Ring. Brent the Stunt Guy will perform acrobatic feats, and area vendors will be giving away prizes. 417-887-2317; ridgecrestbaptist.org/events

Raptor Identification, 2 p.m., Springfield Conservation Nature Center, 4601 S. Nature Center Way. Raptors, or birds of prey, are a fascinating group of birds that can prove hard to identify. Come hone your birding skills through this program dedicated to improving your field identification. Ages 10-adult. Call 417-888-4237 to register.

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with Improv Circus, 8 p.m., ($10) and Comedy Open Mic, 10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658

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

“Stranger in the Lighthouse,” 2:30 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. An old man comes to Raven Cottage in the middle of the night seeking refuge from a storm. Tickets $10-$12. 417-581-9192

Travis Tritt, 8 p.m., Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts, 525 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. An evening with CMA and Grammy Award-winning country artist, Travis Tritt in an intimate solo-acoustic setting. Tickets $39-$59. 417-836-7678

“West Side Story,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers, 311 E. Walnut St. Classic musical explores the rivalry between the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks, two teenage street gangs in New York City. Tickets $16-$36. 417-869-1334

Winter Community Tour Day at Isabel’s House, 9 a.m.-noon, Isabel’s House Crisis Nursery of the Ozarks, 2750 W. Bennett St. Meet members of our 24/7/365 team, ask questions, and take a guided tour. Donations are welcome but not required. 417-865-2273

SUNDAY 4

Blockbusters at the Library, 3 p.m., Fair Grove Branch Library, 81 S. Orchard, Fair Grove. “Remember the Titans,” rated PG. For ages 13 and up. Free, 417-759-2637

Carden Circus, 1:30 p.m., JQH Arena, 685 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. Revisit the memories of your childhood while creating new ones with your own kids. Tickets $10. http://supershrinecircus.com/

Cocoa and Chords, 2 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Join us in the lobby for hot cocoa and music provided by guitarist Jason Loftin and pianist Brad Cantrell. Free. 417-865-1340

David Ring, 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 2210 W. Republic Road. In the face of these seemingly insurmountable obstacles, David Ring emerged not victimized but victorious. Accessible to the disabled. Interpreted for deaf at 9:30 a.m. Free. 417-887-2317; ridgecrestbaptist.org

“Night of January 16th,” 12:30 p.m., Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage. Karen Andre is on trial for the murder of her boss and lover, Bjorn, in this play written by Ayn Rand. Tickets $12-$26, age 5 and under free. 417-358-9665

Pianist Clara Christian in Concert, 3 p.m., Central Christian Church, 1475 N. Washington Ave. Christian is an assistant professor of piano and music history at the College of the Ozarks. Free. 417-869-7241

“West Side Story,” 2 p.m., Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers, 311 E. Walnut St. Classic musical explores the rivalry between the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks, two teenage street gangs in New York City. Tickets $16-$36. 417-869-1334

MONDAY 5

Genealogical Workshop: Same God, Same Prayers, Same Bible, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. John Marshall, pastor of Second Baptist Church, will discuss how our ancestors coped with their faith during these turbulent times. 417-882-0714

Library Resources, 6-7:30 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. Come hear about the plethora of resources offered by the library system. It’s not just about the books. Free. 417-862-0135

WWE Live: Road to WrestleMania!, 7:30 p.m., O’Reilly Family Event Center at Drury University, 935 N. Summit Ave. WWE champion AJ Styles, Missouri’s own Randy Orton, The USOS, Baron Corbin, Shinsuke Nakamura, Kevin Owens, Charlotte and many more. Lineup is subject to change. Tickets $20. 417-873-6389

WEDNESDAY 7

Application Session, 2-5 p.m., Springfield Affordable Housing Center, 300 E. Central St. 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.

THURSDAY 8

After-School Movie, 3 p.m., Republic Branch Library, 912 N. Lindsey Ave., Republic. “The Lego Batman Movie,” rated PG. Snacks will be provided. Free. 417-732-7284

“A Night on Broadway” Benefit Concert, 7 p.m., Barnett Fine Arts Center, Evangel University , 1111 N. Glenstone Ave. An interactive show of music, dance, and theater. Free admission with a donation of hygiene materials or a monetary donation of your choice for Convoy of Hope in support of disaster relief. 417-865-2815

Brain Injury Association of Missouri Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Northside Christian Church, 4902 N. State Highway H. The purpose of this seminar is to reduce the risk of concussions for youths through education for adults who are involved with youth sports. The goal is for coaches and others to be able to recognize a potential concussion and be aware of care options. Free. 314-426-4024

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

Chocolate Memory Cafe, 2 p.m., The Library Station, 2535 N. Kansas Expressway. Discuss everything chocolate and snack on samples during this informal social gathering for those living with early stage memory loss and their care partners. Register by calling 417-865-1340

Springfield Area Kidney Disease Support Group, 11 a.m.-noon, Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2852 S. Dayton Ave. Health care professionals attend various meetings to present and discuss their areas of expertise with kidney disease. Light refreshments. Free. 417-881-5470

FRIDAY 9

Arc of the Ozarks Hunt & Fish Outdoor Show, 4-10 p.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St Louis St. Listen to experts on fishing, deer hunting, mushroom hunting, and watch demonstrations as you shop local and regional vendors. Event is a fundraiser for The Arc of the Ozarks Education & Recreation department. Tickets $7 at the door. $5 in advance. 417-864-7887

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

Greene County Democrats’ 6th Annual Chili Cookoff, 6 p.m., Teamsters Local # 245 Hall, 1850 E. Division St. Sample more than two dozen chili recipes and vote for your favorite. Dessert auction, music by The Blonde Stranger Band and an opportunity to connect with local 2018 Democratic candidates. Admission covers chili, accompaniments, soft drinks and dessert. Cash bar for beer and wine. $15. 417-886-8980

Hearts of Chocolat Dance, 7:15-10:30 p.m., Northview Center, 301 E. Talmage St. Presented by USA Dance, Ozarks Chapter. Admission $10 for non-members, $7 for members and students 417-893-0504

Miss Gay Springfield USofA 2018, 6 p.m., Martha’s Vineyard, 219 W. Olive St. Hosted by Devion Mornett, Bryan Johnson, Mia Moore and RaChelle FritzGerald. More than $3,000 in prizes for the winner. 417-864-4572

Nitro Arenacross Tour, 7 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m. for high-flying arenacross, motocross and ATV racing. Advance tickets $18 adults, $20 at the door. Kids get in for $5 Friday night. www.nitroaxtour.com

Springfield Ballet’s Daddy Daughter Dance, 6:30-8:30 p.m., The Tower Club, 901 E. St. Louis St. Tami Franklin with The Brave Butterfly will lead basic group dances and demonstrations. Photo booth, light hors d’oeuvres, sweet treats and drinks “just for dads” will be provided. Attire is date-night best. Tickets $35 per couple, $15 per additional child. 417-862-1343

Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra: New Voices, 7:30 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Debut performance will highlight female composers. Tickets $14

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

The Victim Center’s Volunteer Victim Advocate Training, 5-9:30 p.m., Meyer Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hostpial, 3535 S. National Ave. To volunteer, one must be 21 years old, or close to it, pass a background check, and have a car and a phone. The application and interview processes are required beforehand and are taking place now. Contact Paula Tindell, ptindell@thevictimcenter.org or 417-863-7273.

SATURDAY 10

Arc of the Ozarks Hunt & Fish Outdoor Show, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St Louis St. Listen to experts on fishing, deer hunting, mushroom hunting, and watch demonstrations as you shop local and regional vendors. Event is a fundraiser for The Arc of the Ozarks Education & Recreation department. Tickets $7 at the door. $5 in advance. 417-864-7887

Artist Reception for Joyce McMurtrey, 2 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. Photographer Joyce McMurtrey will discuss her newest collection of photographs, “King of the Ozarks: Family Stories.” Free. 417-862-0135

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

ICCA Midwest Quarterfinal at Missouri State University, 7 p.m., Plaster Student Union. The Varsity Vocals International Championship of a cappella groups. Tickets $20-$25. freshtix.com

”Mark Well the Spot Where They Meet”: A History of Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield, 2 p.m., Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 S. Brentwood Blvd. Local History Associate Michael Price will trace the development of Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield. Learn how community leaders preserved this local landmark and see the changes that have taken place over the years. Free. 417-883-1974

Nitro Arenacross Tour, 7 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m. for high-flying arenacross, motocross and ATV racing. Advance tickets $18 adults, $12 children age 3-12; tickets at the door $20 adults, $14 children. www.nitroaxtour.com

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with Spoiler Alert, 8 p.m. ($10) and Keeping Up with the Joneses, 10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. 417-872-2658

The Victim Center’s Volunteer Victim Advocate Training, 5-9:30 p.m., Meyer Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hostpial, 3535 S National Ave. To volunteer, one must be 21 years old, or close to it, pass a background check, and have a car and a phone. The application and interview processes are required beforehand and are taking place now.Contact Paula Tindell, ptindell@thevictimcenter.org or 417-863-7273.

SUNDAY 11

Bottomless Soup Luncheon, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., VFW Post 3404, 1136 E. Atlantic St. Lunch includes a variety of soups and chilis, dessert, coffee or tea. Cost is $7 adults, $3.50 children under 12. 417-865-6929

Sunday Concert Series featuring Queen City Sound, 2 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Queen City Sound is an a cappella women’s ensemble that sings a variety of pop, jazz and gospel. Free. 417-882-0714

MONDAY 12

Briars In The Cottonpatch, 6:30-8 p.m., Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, 2410 S Scenic Ave. The beginnings and diverse history of Habitat for Humanity will be explored with a showing of the video “Briars In The Cottonpatch.” Please note that some footage from the civil rights movement, included in this documentary, may be disturbing. 417-829-4001

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, 7:30 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Centarl East. Tickets $35-$40, VIP $90-$140.

Springfield Area Retired Teachers Association Meeting, 9:30 a.m., South Street Christian Church, 500 South Ave. Refreshments at 9:30 a.m. followed by the program presented by John Sellars from the History Museum on the Square. All retired school personnel are invited to attend. 417-831-3120

TUESDAY 13

Discover Nature Fishing Lecture Series: White Bass (And Their Kin) Fishing For Beginners, 6:30 p.m., Springfield Conservation Nature Center, 4601 S. Nature Center Way. Learn how to catch white, hybrid, and striped white bass during the spring white bass season from area experts and Conservation Department Fisheries Biologist Ben Parnell. Ages 10-adult. Register by calling 417-888-4237.

Donuts & Death, 6 p.m., Hurts Donut Company, 320 Park Central West. Sink your teeth into a good book while enjoying Hurts doughnuts. “Fledgling” by Octavia Butler. Free. 417-831-1342

The Fork and Spoon’s Fat Tuesday Feast, 6-8 p.m., The Fork & Spoon, 2340 W. Grand St. Join us for beads, king’s cupcakes, Cajun food and Dixieland jazz. Reservations required. 417-844-1419

WEDNESDAY 14

Application Session, 2-5 p.m., Springfield Affordable Housing Center, 300 E. Central St. 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.

Civil War Round Table, 6:30 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. A roundtable discussion that covers a variety of Civil War topics and features speakers on various topics. Free. 417-207-1232

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $70-$85. 417-501-8035

Valentine Dinner & Dance, 7-9:30 p.m., Pythian Castle, 1451 E. Pythian St. A romantic dinner followed by a slow dancing lesson and open dancing. Reservations required. $40 per person plus tax and fees. 417-865-1464

THURSDAY 15

Books & Brew, 6 p.m., Mother’s Brewery, 215 S. Grant Ave. “Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes” by Adilifu Nama. Free. 417-882-0714

Ozarks Travelogues, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Bring a snack and learn about fun, interesting day and weekend trips in the Ozarks. Free. 417-882-0714

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $50-$60. 417-501-8035

FRIDAY 16

5th annual Lake Life Expo, 1-8 p.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St. Lake lifestyle event with watercraft, lake toys, home decor and more. Tickets $7 adults, children 12 and under free. 17-213-3004; http://www.lakelifeexpo.com/

Luke Bryan, Kip Moore & The Cadillac Three, 7 p.m., JQH Arena, 685 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. Luke Bryan kicks off his What Makes You Country Tour. Tickets $55.75-$95. 417-836-7678

Owl Prowl, 7 p.m., Springfield Conservation Nature Center, 4601 S. Nature Center Way. Nesting season comes early for owls, and they’re already hooting in anticipation. Dickerson Park Zoo will join us for a close-up look at live owls. We’ll also head outside and try to call wild owls during a guided hike. Bring a flashlight. All ages. Register: 417-888-4237

“Ragtime,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Opening weekend tickets $25, student rush $12. 417-831-8001

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. springfieldimprov.com

Sweetheart Dance, 7-10 p.m., Executive Conference Center and 910 Ballroom, 910 W. Battlefield Road. Hosted by Pat and Jack Harris. Admission $10; bring a snack to share. 417-883-4091

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $50-$60. 417-501-8035

SATURDAY 17

5th annual Lake Life Expo, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St. Lake lifestyle event with watercraft, lake toys, home decor and more. Tickets $7 adults, children 12 and under free. 17-213-3004; http://www.lakelifeexpo.com/

A Frozen Frenzy: Our Winter Princess Event, 2-4 p.m., Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers, 311 E. Walnut St. Featuring performances by your favorite royal princesses and snow-friends, photo opportunities, face painting, icy treats, prize drawings, a costume parade and a “Frozen” sing-along. Tickets $30, VIP $50. 417-869-1334

Application Session, 9-11 a.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.

Darci Lynne & Friends Live, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Darci Lynne Farmer is a 13-year-old ventriloquist, singer, and Season 12 winner of “America’s Got Talent.” Tickets are sold out. 417-863-9491

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Resource Fair, 1-4 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. See what being a “grand” family is all about and learn about community services available for grandparent families. Registration starts Feb. 2. Free. 417-862-0135

Habitat Model Home Open House, 3-5 p.m., 3791 N. Legacy Court. Come out for a tour of a low-cost, energy-efficient home with an open floor plan and see if a partnership with Habitat for Humanity might work for you.

KGBX Women’s Show, 8 a.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Half-price gift certificate sale, over 200 vendors, food sampling, prizes and giveaways and live cooking demos. 417-890-5555

“Ragtime,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Opening weekend tickets $25, student rush $12. 417-831-8001

Seuss Science Day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Discovery Center, 438 E. St. Louis St. Hear Dr. Seuss stories and take part in special science demonstrations. The Cat in the Hat will greet guests and pose for photos. $7 per person; kids 2 and under get in free; OPT Kids Club Members get in free; Discovery Center Members get in free. 417-862-9910

Springfield Symphony Presents: African-American Heritage, 7:30-9 p.m., Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts, 525 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. In honor of African-American History Month, the “Afro-American Symphony” by William Grant Still. Tickets $17-$36. 417-836-7678; www.missouristatetix.com

Winter Fair-Springfield MO Bird And All Pet Fair, 9 a.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Birds, supplies, cages, critters, and much more. Tickets $5. 417-833-2660

SUNDAY 18

5th annual Lake Life Expo, 10-4 p.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St. Lake lifestyle event with watercraft, lake toys, home decor and more.Tickets $7 adults, children 12 and under free. 17-213-3004; http://www.lakelifeexpo.com/

Bridal Open House, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Relics Event Center, 2015 W. Battlefield Road. Featuring local vendors, food and wine sampling. Free. 417-883-1143

“Ragtime,” 2 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Opening weekend tickets $25, student rush $12. 417-831-8001

MONDAY 19

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.

Small Business Start Up Resources, 6-8 p.m., Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, 2410 S. Scenic Ave. Are you interested in starting your own business? Come learn about small business funding resources from Missey Hayward from BancorpSouth. 417-829-4001

SPARC School’s Out Program, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. at Truman, Gray, Sequiota and McGregor elementary schools. Field trips, fun activities and afternoon snack when school is not in session. Tickets $12-$17. ParkBoard.org/SPARC

TUESDAY 20

Books You Always Meant to Read, 7 p.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. “The Color Purple” by Alice Walker. Free. 417-862-0714

Doughboys & Donuts, 6 p.m., Hurts Donut Company, 1111 E. Republic Road #164. Discuss the lives of fictional WWI men and women while enjoying doughnuts, a favorite wartime treat. “Harlem’s Hell Fighters: The African-American 369th Infantry in World War I” by Stephen L. Harris. Free. 417-0714

NF - Perception Tour, 8 p.m., Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East. Tickets $25-$28, VIP $75. 417-863-9491

Springfield Area Herb Society: Monarch Butterflies, 6 p.m., Springfield Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic Ave. Free for guest. Membership $12. 417-891-1515

WEDNESDAY 21

Application Session, 2-5 p.m., Springfield Affordable Housing Center, 300 E. Central St. 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.

Brown Bag Travelogue, 12:30 p.m., Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 S. Brentwood Blvd. Bring a snack and explore India. Jakota Roberts will share stories and photographs from her monthlong stay in this diverse cultural region of Asia. Free. 417-883-1974

Genealogical Workshop: Military Records and More on Fold3, 10 a.m., Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave. Fold3 is a genealogical database of primarily U.S. military records that you can access with your library card. Patti Hobbs, certified genealogist, will guide you. Free. 417-882-0714

THURSDAY 22

“The Barkerman and his ‘Carnival of Joy,’ ” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The Mission Continues. A few years have passed, and the Youderian Circus has lost some of its spectacle. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

Midtown Workshop Series: Stage Your Home Like a Pro, 6 p.m., Midtown Carnegie Branch, 397 E. Central St. Learn to use what you already have to get your home looking its best from professional home stager Amy Brown. Free. 417-862-0135

My Favorite Crime Book Club, 6 p.m., The Coffee Ethic, 124 Park Central Square. Do you have a favorite serial killer? Is Ann Rule your hero? This true crime book discussion is for you. “Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan” by Jake Adelstein. Free. 417-831-1342

“Ragtime,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Tickets $30, $27 students and seniors, $12 student rush. 417-831-8001

Springfield African-American Read-In, 7 p.m., Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E. Brookside Drive. Participants will share music, dance, dramatic readings and original works. Door prizes and refreshments provided. Free. 417-862-0135

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. $50-$60. 417-501-8035

FRIDAY 23

28th Annual Lawn and Garden Show, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Over 100 exhibitors offer one-stop shopping for all your lawn and garden needs. Tickets $5. 417-833-2660

“The Barkerman and his ‘Carnival of Joy,’ ” 7 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The Mission Continues. A few years have passed, and the Youderian Circus has lost some of its spectacle. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

Bull Blast, 6 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Tickets $17 at the door, $15 in advance, age 12 and under free with paid adult.

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

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

James River Quail Forever Fundraising Banquet, 6 p.m., Knights of Columbus, 2340 W. Grand St. Help support local habitat and youth outdoor involvement. Dinner, raffles and auctions. Tickets $50-$70; sponsorship ticket packages available. 417-839-8790 or jamesriverqf@gmail.com

Nature And The Arts: Roadtrip With A Raindrop, 7 p.m., Springfield Conservation Nature Center, 4601 S. Nature Center Way. Gayle Harper, travel photographer and author of “Roadtrip with a Raindrop: 90 Days Along the Mississippi River,” shares photography and tales from her 90-day trip along the Mississippi River. Ages 10-adult. Register by calling 417-888-4237.

“Ragtime,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Tickets $30, $27 students and seniors, $12 student rush. 417-831-8001

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $50-$60. 417-501-8035

Visioncon 2018, noon-7 p.m., Hilton Branson Center, 200 Sycamore St., Branson. Missouri’s premier comic book, science fiction, fantasy, role playing and gaming convention. Tickets $40 adult, $30 ages 13-17, or full weekend $55 adult, $40 ages 13-17. Children 12 and under free with paid adult admission. https://visioncon.net/

SATURDAY 24

28th Annual Lawn and Garden Show, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Over 100 exhibitors offer one-stop shopping for all your lawn and garden needs. Tickets $5. 417-833-2660

37th Annual Sertoma Chili Cook-Off, 11 a.m., Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St. Sample chili from more than 70 cooking teams and enjoy live music from two stages. Proceeds benefit Springfield Boys & Girls Clubs. Tickets $15-$18. 417-862-9249

“The Barkerman and his ‘Carnival of Joy,’ ” 2:30 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 1996 W. Evangel St., Ozark. The Mission Continues. A few years have passed, and the Youderian Circus has lost some of its spectacle. Tickets $10-$12 adults, $5 children. 417-581-9192

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

Daddy Daughter Dance, 6-9 p.m., Northview Center Ballroom, 301 E. Talmage St. This year’s theme is “Girls Just Want to Have Fun!” Catered dinner, music, dancing and a photographer. Tickets $40 a couple. $15 for each additional girl.

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

“Ragtime,” 7:30 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Tickets $30, $27 students and seniors, $12 student rush. 417-831-8001

Springfield Improv: The Home Team with In Love, 8 p.m. ($10) and Undiscovered Country, 10 p.m. ($5), Springfield Improv Theater, 308 South Ave. springfieldimprov.com

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 6:30 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $50-$60. 417-501-8035

Visioncon 2018, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Hilton Branson Center, 200 Sycamore St., Branson. Missouri’s premier comic book, science fiction, fantasy, role playing and gaming convention. Tickets $40 adult, $30 ages 13-17, or full weekend $55 adult, $40 ages 13-17. Children 12 and under free with paid adult admission. https://visioncon.net/

SUNDAY 25

28th Annual Lawn and Garden Show, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Over 100 exhibitors offer one-stop shopping for all your lawn and garden needs. Tickets $5. 417-833-2660

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

“Ragtime,” 2 p.m., Springfield Contemporary Theatre, 302 E. Pershing St. The story of three groups in America. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow. Tickets $30, $27 students and seniors, $12 student rush. 417-831-8001

Springfield Mid-America Singers presents: “50 Years of Favorites,” 3 p.m., Redeemer Lutheran Church. Founder of SMAS, Sam Gordon, returns from Ohio to be the guest conductor. Reception to follow. Free. 417-224-1344

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” 4 p.m., The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St. Audience members are treated as welcomed guests by the interactive, improvising cast. Tickets $50-$60. 417-501-8035

Visioncon 2018, 9 a.m.-noon, Hilton Branson Center, 200 Sycamore St., Branson. Missouri’s premier comic book, science fiction, fantasy, role playing and gaming convention. Tickets $40 adult, $30 ages 13-17, or full weekend $55 adult, $40 ages 13-17. Children 12 and under free with paid adult admission. https://visioncon.net/

Wine Tasting and Silent Auction, 3-5 p.m., University Plaza Convention Center, 333 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway. Sample a variety of wines organized by Vino Cellars, enjoy hors d’oeuvres provided by University Plaza Convention Center and bid on auction items including a weekend stay in Lodi, California. Proceeds benefit Hospitality Leadership Board of Advisors’ Scholarship Fund. Tickets $30. 417-836-8765; http://maroonation. missouristate.edu/winetasting

MONDAY 26

Potting Shed University: Starting Your Own Kitchen Garden, 6-7 p.m., Springfield Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic Ave. Presented by the Master Gardeners of Greene County. Invest in gardening skills for life and become a better gardener. $5. 417-881-8909

Reading Your Credit Report, 6-7:30 p.m., Pathways United Methodist Church, 1232 E. Dale St. How can you maintain or improve your credit score? How does your credit report affect your finances? Come and find out with Liz Trader from Regions Bank. Free. 417-866-4378

TUESDAY 27

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

WEDNESDAY 28

Application Session, 2-5 p.m., Springfield Affordable Housing Center, 300 E. Central St. 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.

“The Crucible,” 7:30 p.m., Craig Hall Balcony Theatre, Missouri State University. Tickets $14 adults; $12 students and seniors. 417-836-5000

 


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