The U.S. Forest Service will host a “Walk When the Moon is Full” program called “Water Dog Moon” tonight (7/10) at 6:30 at the MDC facility at 551 Joe Jones Blvd. in West Plains.
Learn to create your own web presence using social networking sites at 10 this morning (7/10) at the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. To register, 837-5011.
Kids are invited to watch a movie and eat popcorn at 2 this afternoon at the Strafford Branch Library.
Listen to acoustic rock music from The Guise at 8 tonight (7/10) at the Park Central Branch Library.
The Gillioz Theatre and Poor Thespian Productions will present the 1954 film “Rear Window” tonight and tomorrow night (7/10-7/11) at 7. The film “Blue Velvet” will be shown both nights at 10. Tickets are $5 and are available in advance by calling 863-9491 or you may purchase them one hour prior to the show at the Gillioz Box Office.
There will be free music in Basin Park in Eureka Springs today and tomorrow (7/10-7/11) from noon to 6 and Sunday (7/12) from noon to 4.
The Alzheimer’s Association will hold a workshop on signs of alzheimer’s disease this afternoon (7/10) from 2 to 4. To register, 886-2199.
The Wilson’s Creek Farmers Market opens at 5:30 tonight (5/29) at Battlefield City Park.
The Greater Springfield Farmers Market opens at 8:30 tomorrow morning in the NE corner of the Battlefield Mall parking lot.
The C-Street Farmers Market opens at 8 tomorrow morning near the Footbridge on Commercial Street.
The Springfield Conservation Nature Center will have a Discovery Table on fireflies this afternoon (7/10) from 2 to 4.
Adults are invited to visit Tumbling Creek Cave near Forsyth with the Nature Center tomorrow (7/11). To register, 888-4237.
Try your hand at virtual hunting and fishing tomorrow (7/11) from 1 to 3 at the Nature Center.
The Discovery Center will host a Star Party on the patio tomorrow (7/11) from 10 am to 4 pm. Look through telescopes at Saturn and the moon. The Discovery Center will host Einstein on Ice tomorrow (7/11) from 10 am to 5 pm. The annual fundraiser features frozen custard and frozen-related science experiments. For more information, 862-9910.
The ICON Computer Users’ Group will offer How-To computer seminars tomorrow (7/11) at the Library Station. “Digital Video Q & A” is at 10, “My Space, Facebook, Twitter, Oh, My!” is at 12:30 and “Advanced Technology Forum” starts at 2:15. For more information, 865-1340.
Have your computer questions answered by members of the ICON Computer Users’ Group tomorrow morning (7/11) at 11:30 at the Library Station.
The Thrifty Living series continues tomorrow afternoon (7/11) at 1 at the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library. The topic for tomorrow’s session is “The Well Fed Neighbor.” For more information or to register, 862-0135.
Children can join Dickerson Park Zoo staff and their special animal guests tomorrow afternoon (7/11) for the program “Nature Gets Creative.” The program starts at 2 at the Library Center.
The first-ever Friends of the Garden Butterfly Festival is tomorrow (7/11) from 10 to 4 and Sunday (7/12) from 11 to 4 at the Butterfly House at Nathanael-Greene-Close Memorial Park. There will be activities for all ages including free guided tours of the gardens, including the Japanese Stroll Garden and seminars on the science of butterflies and how to attract them. For more information, www.friendsofthegarden.org.
The 2009 Carver Day Celebration will be held tomorrow (7/11) from 10 to 3 at George Washington Carver National Monument in Diamond, MO. There will be exhibitors, live music, storytelling, guided tours, interpretive talks, kids’ activities and more. Admission is free. For details, 325-4151.
The Rankin Brothers will perform tomorrow (7/11) at 6 pm at the Cruisin’ USA Car Show on Highway 14 between Ozark and Nixa at 105 S. Ridgecrest. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted for Children’s Miracle Network.
The Primitive Skills Series continues Sunday (7/11) at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center. Primitive skills specialist Don Brink will demonstrate how to weave plant fibers into cordage. Stop by anytime between 1 and 3.
The Nature Center will show the conservation video “Furbearers of Missouri” Sunday afternoon (7/12) at 2.
Chapter & Verse: Music on a Sunday Afternoon will feature the contemporary bluegrass of Lights of Home Sunday afternoon (7/12) at 2 at the Library Center.
It’s Sing-A-Long Night at the Lucky 13 Cinema Sunday night (7/12). The featured movie will be “Mamma Mia.” The cinema is located in a parking lot at One N. Main St. in downtown Eureka Springs. Gates open at 7.