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What is Going on In and Around Springfield, Mo Some are for a price, and some are FREE!!!! The weekend is Always a fun time to enjoy one of the Fall Festivals going on or go on a hike. Grab your family and friends and Make it a Very Enjoyable, Special Weekend!
So What's Going on this Weekend, "In and Around Springfield, Mo?
Silver Dollar City: National Harves Festival: More than 125 Craftsmen from across the country will demonstrate their skills including Best of Missouri juried artists and art show. Features a new Western stunt show, part of the "Salute to the Great American Cowboy," with music by Riders in the Sky and athers. 1-800-831-4386
Harvest Fest, 10 AM to 6 PM Saturday, noon to 6 PM Sunday Restridge Wilson Farm Park, 3825 West Farm Rd. 146. Celebrate fall activities with wagon rides, bluegrass music, pick a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. The 10 acre corn maze opens during Harvest Fest with hours 5-9 PM Friday, noon to 9 PM Saturday, noon to 9 PM Sunday 417-837-5949 or email.
Verona: The Maze, 23298 Lawrence 1150 take Verona turn (Business US 60) and a 1 mile and take the first (Farm Road 1150). Hours are 5-8:30 PM Wednesday; 5-10 PM Saturday; and noon to 10PM Sunday; field trips by appointment. Features corn maze, hayrides, haunted maze, general store, petting zoo. Proceeds benefit GRIP Boys Home of Verona. Admission; $8 for adults, $4 for ages 5 to 11, FREE to ages four and younger and veterans with ID, Group rate available. 417-498-6191; email
Clever: Campbell's Maze Daze, Friday-Saturday. Missouri N and Carob Rd. Features a maze for kids, a haunted maze, hayrides, pumpkin patch, kids play area, live weekend entertainment, pony rides, bonfire/picnic area, fall decor, and more. www.campbelllsmazedaze.com 417-743-2208.
Friday 7am to 10pm, Saturday 7am-11:45pm at the Stockton City Park.
Live music with local bands, concert with T. Graham Brown, tractor pulls, tours of Hammons Products Co., turtle race, duck-calling contest, street dance, parade, pancake meal. Free admission! www.stocktonmochamber.com
Highlandville: Fall Family Fun Days at Ozark Mountain Orchard, 2949 Pleasant View Rd. Hours: Friday and Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday noon to 5pm. Activities include pick your own pumpkin and pumpkin painting with pumpkin purchase. Bonfires, festive food, cider, cocoa, fall craft stations. $4 for ages 3 and older, group rates available, does not include pumpkin and fall decoration purchases. 417-443-3343. Friday, September 28th
Nixa: Live Band Dance,7pm, Nixa Senior Center, 404 S. Main St. 417-725-2322 There is a cover charge.
Mansfield: "Laura's Memories," 7:30-9pm at the Ozark Mountain Players Amphitheater, 500 W. Ohio St. Admission: $10, $5 for ages 5-11, free for ages 4 and younger. 417-924-3383. www.laurasmemories.com
Comedy Knight, 7:30pm, Pythian Castle, 1451 E. Pythian St. Dinner and show is $30, $15 for show only. 417-865-1464.
Spanish Cooking Class, 6-7:30pm, Hy-Vee, 1720 W. Battlefield Rd. Cost $10. Register at 417-881-1950.
Saturday September 29th
Nixa Community Breakfast, 7 to 10am, Nixa Senior Center, 404 S. Main St, Nixa, Mo. Nixa City Council will meet with citizens during the community breakfast between 8 and 10am. Meal $4, $3 for age 5-12, and free for children under 4.
Ozark: Community Free Fish Fry, 4:30pm at Victory Baptist Church at 5058 Missouri W. Bring a cover dish or dessert. FREE ADMISSION, 417-581-8799.
Rock the Spectrum, 7pm to 1am, at Outback Pub in Branson, Mo at 1924 W. Hwy 76. Proceeds will benefit Generation Rescue, assisting families affected by autism in Taney Co. General admission, $10, VIP admission, $25. 818-990-0444
Fair Grove: 35th Annual Fair Grove Heritage Reunion, 8am-6pm, Saturday and 8am-4pm Sunday on the grounds surrounding the Fair Grove Wommack Mill. Features arts and crafts, living history demonstrations, country music, dancing, threshing, antique tractor show, festive food concessions. FREE ADMISSION. 417-833-3467.
Republic: In honor of Public Lander's Day, free admission, Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, 6424 W. Farm Rd 182, Republic Tour Rd is open 8am to 7pm. The Visitor Center is open 8am-5pm. 417-732-2662.
Health and Fitness Expo: 10am -2pm, Bryan University, FREE. 417-862-5700.
Hiking Club, 8am to 5pm, Springfield Conservation Nature Center, 4601 S. Nature Center Way. Enjoy a hike through Piney Creek Wilderness with Volunteer Naturalist Carmen Hallock. Meet at the Nature Center and Carpool. Ages 18 and older. FREE, registration required. 417-888-4237.
Kids in the Kitchen: 11am to noon, Hy-Vee, 1720 W. Battlefield Rd. FREE, register: 417-881-1950.
Manhatten Short Film Festival, 7-10pm, Plaster Student Union Theatre, 1110 E. Madison St, on the campus of MSU. Cost $10. 417-836-5218, or email.
Street Machine Nationals, 9am-5pm Saturday, 9am-3pm Sunday. Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant Ave. Tickets: $10, $13 for the day of the show, free for ages 10 and younger, parking is $4. Advance tickets available at all O'Reilly automotive stores. 417-833-2660. Sunday, September 30th
Heritage of Hymns Concert with guest former Attorney General, John D. Ashcroft, 3pm at Evangel University Chapel, 1111 N. Glenstone Ave, FREE 417-883-5274 or email.
15th Annual C-Street Loftwalk, noon to 6pm. A slef-guided tour of of five lofts between Campbell and Jefferson Ave. Loft Entrances are marked by banners and ticket-takers. Commercial Street businesses will have sidewalk sales too. Advance tour tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Pizza House and Big Momma's on Commercial St and at Maschino's, 1715 S. Campbell. Purchase tickets Saturday for $12 at Jefferson Ave. Footbridge or Historic Firehouse #2. Tickets for student with ID are $5 anytime. 417-839-0119.
***There is so much to do “In and Around Springfield, Mo.” The information shared in this blog is information obtained through a variety of sources, I recommend verifying your event is still scheduled to take place. Make it a Weekend full of Memories with those you love while enjoying what is going on, “In and Around Springfield, MO September 21, 22, and 23rd.
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In my opinion, there are lots of great places in the US and abroad. I have traveled throughout my life, and I choose Springfield, Mo as my home!
Love the 4 seasons, Summer being my favorite. I love the gorgeouos mountains, the calmness of Table Rock Lake, the festivies of the little towns around, the persuit of education with so many colleges and universities, and KC and St. Louis being only 3 hours away.
Curious about Springfield, MO and our surrounding towns, call me, I can tell you all about it. Follow my blog of What's Happening "In and Around Springfield, MO", for weekly updates!
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