The Rutledge-Wilson Farm Park is combining National Ag Day events with Easter at the Farm tomorrow. Besides National Ag Day events, there will be an Easter egg hunt and Easter photos and crafts. For more information, http://www.parkboard.org.
Watch Dickerson Park Zoo’s animals go on an egg hunt tomorrow (4/3) during Enrichment EGGstravaganza. Zookeepers will hide paper-mache eggs filled with treats for the animals. For more information, call the zoo at 864-1800 or visit http://www.dickersonparkzoo.org.
Comedienne Loni Love will be at the Gillioz Theatre tonight (4/2) at 7:30. For ticket information, 863-9491.
The Child Advocacy Center, 1033 E. Walnut, will hold an open house tonight (4/2) from 5:30 to 7:30. There will be a Rountree kite display, refreshments and tours of the center. For details, 831-2327.
The OMC Easter Egg Hunt will be held today (4/2) at the West Plains Civic Center. For more information, 257-6735.
A dance is held each Friday night at 7 at the West Plains Senior Center. Admission is $4, and all ages are welcome.
Area bakeries have made edible books in honor of the Big Read, and they’ll be on display today (4/2) at the Park Central Branch Library. Winners will be announced at 7 tonight, and then you’ll have a chance to try them. If you’d like more information, call 831-1342.
Friends of the Garden members will present “Botanically Yours: Gardens for Springfield-Greene County” tomorrow morning (4/3) at 10 at the Library Center. Learn about the life cycle of the butterfly and the use of Japanese maples for small gardens. And get an update on the progress of the new botanical Center at Nathanael Greene-Close Memorial Park.
The Springfield Conservation Nature Center will hold a Naturescaping Symposium and Native Plant Sale tomorrow (4/3) from 9 to 4. There will be exhibitors and guest speakers. For more information, 888-4237.
The Greater Ozarks Audubon Society invites you to go birdwatching at Lake Springfield tomorrow (4/3). Meet at the boathouse on the north side of the lake at 8 am. To learn more, call Myra Scroggs at 883-4015.
The City of Battlefield will host a public meeting tomorrow (4/3) to present information about the ½ cent sales tax increase that will be on the April 6th ballot. The meeting starts at 10 at Battlefield City Hall.
The 3rd annual “In Remembrance” gospel sing will be held tomorrow night from 6 to 9:30 (4/3) at the Taney Center, 20130 US Highway 160 near the Kissee Mills Junction just east of Forsyth. There will be refreshments and drawings for door prizes. All proceeds will benefit Alzheimer’s Disease research. To learn more, call Rob Hulstra at 886-2199.
A Spring Turkey Clinic for anyone 11 and older will be held tomorrow morning (4/3) at 8:30 at the Andy Dalton Shooting Range and Outdoor Education Center. To register, 742-4361.
See the conservation videos “More than Trees” and “Dealing with Urban Wildlife” Sunday (3/4) at 2 at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center.