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Weekend Outlook April 10, 2009

  • Learn How to Canoe on Lake Springfield
  • Buy Some Used Books in Ozark
  • Play Games at the Creamery Arts Center
  • Go on a Birdwatching Trip
  • Watch Whittlers and Woodcarvers in Action
  • The Friends of the Library in Christian County is holding their semi-annual book sale tomorrow thru Saturday April 18th at the Christian County Library in Ozark. For more information, 581-2432.
  • The Springfield Regional Arts Council will hold a G.A.M.E.S. day tomorrow from 9 am to 9 pm at the Creamery Arts Center. Admission is $5. There will be role-playing, board games, miniature wargaming, electronic gaming, miniature painting and more. Proceeds will go towards Eclectic Endeavors fundraising efforts for the arts council.
  • The Springfield-Greene County Park Board will offer Basic Canoe Skills Clinics and Floats tomorrow at Lake Springfield. The fee is $35 per canoe. Ages 5 and up are invited to learn basic canoe safety skills. For more information, call 833-8647 or 833-8923.
  • The Greater Ozarks Audubon Society invites you to go on a birdwatching trip tomorrow to the Busiek Conservation Area. Meet on the west side of the parking lot at Remington’s, 1655 W. Republic Rd. The trip is free and open to everyone, regardless of birdwatching experience. For more information, call Mary Murphy at 863-8475.
  • Dickerson Park Zoo will hold an Enrichment Eggstravaganza tomorrow from 10 to 2. For more information, 833-1570.
  • How-To Computer Seminars will be held tomorrow at the Library Station. “Digital Imaging” will start at 10, “Collaborating Online in Real Time” at 12:30 and “Advanced Technology Forum” at 2:15. For more information, 865-1340.
  • Members of the Ozark Whittlers and Woodcarvers will demonstrate their craft tomorrow from 10 to 4 at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center.
  • The Conservation Videos “MDC—Twenty Year Look” and “Voices of the River” will be shown Sunday afternoon at 2 at the Nature Center.