Kids in grades six through 12 are invited to the Library Station tonight (5/3) at 6 for games, crafts and more. For more information, 865-1340.
ArtsFiesta! is tonight (5/3) from 6 to 9 on Park Central Square featuring authentic Mariachi music and traditional Mexican dancing. There will also be dance performances, storytelling, food and more. Admission is free. To learn more, peacethroughpeople.org.
The Safe Summer Injury Prevention Expo, presented by Cox Medical Center Branson, is tomorrow (5/4) from 10 to 2 at the Dewey Short Visitor Center, 4500 State Highway 165. There will be car seat checks, safety vehicles, prizes and live entertainment and more. For details, coxhealth.com/Branson.
See the movie “Rear Window” during the Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: Jimmy Stewart Classics series tomorrow afternoon (5/4) at 2 at the Library Center. Take your own snacks.
Kids are invited to the 5thannual Fancy Nancy Tea Party tomorrow afternoon (5/4) at 3 at the Brentwood Branch Library.
The Library Center presents “Teen Night After Hours: Cinco de Mayo Finals Fiesta” for kids in grades six through 12 tomorrow night (5/4) at 9. To learn more, 882-0714.
The Voice for a Child 5K Family Fun Walk/Run to benefit the South Central Child Advocacy Center will be held tomorrow (5/4) at Carmichael Field in West Plains. Registration starts at 7 and the race at 8. For more information, childadvocacycenter.org.
The West Plains Derby Social to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Greater West Plains will be held tomorrow (5/4). For details, 274-2078.
The Greater Ozarks Audubon Society will watch for birds along Bull Creek south of Ozark tomorrow (5/4). Meet in the MODOT commuter parking lot at Highway 65 and Evans Road at 7:30 am. Anyone is invited to go along. For more information, 840-1615.
Look for warblers in the woods of the Busiek State Forest south of Ozark with the Greater Ozarks Audubon Society Sunday (5/5). Meet at 7 am in the MODOT parking lot at the southwest corner of Highway 65 and Evans Rd. For details, 576-5600.
Bennett Spring State Park’s Kid’s Fishing Day is tomorrow (5/4) from 6:30 am to 8:15 pm. A portion of the fishing area there will be stocked and reserved for kids 15 and under. Volunteers will be on hand to help the kids, and some fishing equipment will be available, but take your own if you have it. To learn more, 532-4418 or missouriconservation.org.
The 3rdannual One Sole Purpose 5K/10K Run and One-Mile Family Fun Walk is tomorrow (5/4) at High Street Baptist Church, 900 N. Eastgate. To register, onesolepurpose5k.com.
Wayne Groner will present the free class “Your Memories, Your Book: Writing Your Life Story” tomorrow morning (5/4) at 10 at the Library Center. For more information, 883-4532.
Dillon International will hold a free meeting for families interested in learning about intercountry adoption tomorrow afternoon (5/4) at 4 at Branson Alternative High School, 676 Buchanan Rd.
The homegrown Reunion Memorial Concert to honor local musicians who have passed away starts tomorrow afternoon (5/4) at 4 at the American Legion Post 639 on S. Scenic. Groups featured include Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltson, The Skeletons, The Mullets, Techs and The Roadies, Blue Plate Special and more. Admission is $10 at the gate.
The Arts in the Park concert series at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield gets underway tomorrow. Holmes Brigade Minstrels will perform tomorrow night (5/4) at 7 at the park. Take blankets and lawn chairs. Admission is free.
Hola Sertoma will celebrate Cinco De Mayo tomorrow night (5/4) from 5 to midnight and Sunday (5/5) from noon to 8 at Downtown Coyote’s, 313 S. Jefferson. There will be Mexican food, live music and more. For more information, holasertoma.org.
Watch volunteer naturalist and primitive skills specialist Don Brink demonstrate flint knapping and then try your hand at this age-old skill Sunday afternoon (5/5) at 1 at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center. No registration is required.
Michele Skalicky has worked at KSMU since the station occupied the old white house at National and Grand. She enjoys working on both the announcing side and in news and has been the recipient of statewide and national awards for news reporting. Michele enjoys hiking, camping, taking an active role in her two girls’ activities and caring for her family’s two guinea pigs, two cats, two dogs and five fish.