Take your lunch and listen to a concert performed on the carillon at MO State University’s Meyer Library today (11/20) at noon.
Learn about Wind Farms on the Farm during Geography Awareness Week today (11/20) at 2 in Temple Hall room 3.
Adults are invited to see the film “The Pink Panther 2” tonight (11/20) at 6:30 at the Library Station.
If you’re looking for something to do with the kids today, head over to the Springfield Conservation Nature Center for the Winter Wildlife Survivors Puppet Show. There are two shows—at 11 and 1. You need to register first by calling 888-4237.
Learn to identify trees in the winter tomorrow morning (11/21) at 9 at the Nature Center. Registration is required.
Another Nature Center program that requires registration is an Advanced Nature Photography course tomorrow morning (11/21) from 9 to noon.
The 6th annual Native American Heritage Month Powwow is this weekend in Missouri State University’s McDonald Arena. The two-day festival includes singing, dancing and arts and craft vendors and more. Doors open at 9 each morning. For more information, http://multicultural.missouristate.edu.
The Discovery Center’s Festival of Trees is tomorrow night (11/21) at 6:30 at the Center. For details, 862-9910.
Put on your cowboy boots and help raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of the Ozarks. The 11th annual Jingle Bell Gala with the theme “A Wild, Wild West Christmas” gets underway tomorrow night (11/21) at 6 at Chateau on the Lake. If you can’t make it to the event, you can still help out by purchasing raffle tickets for various items. For details or to make a reservation, http://www.bgcozarks.org/events.
Learn about skills required for frontier women to keep their families in clothes and learn about the tools, practices and traditions of hunting in America during programs tomorrow (11/21) from 10 to 4 at the Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site in Ash Grove. For details, 417-751-3266.
Kids 8 and older are invited to make a wreath or table decoration from native plants during a program tomorrow afternoon (11/21) at 2 at the West Plains Public Library.
The Willard Branch Library invites kids of all ages to a Holiday Open House tomorrow (11/21) from 11 to 6. Hear stories and music, enjoy treats and make a craft.
The “Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon” exhibit continues thru Sunday (11/22) at the West Plains Civic Center.
The Springfield Conservation Nature Center will show the video “Birds of Prey, Birds of Promise” Sunday afternoon (11/22) at 2.
Get in the holiday spirit by attending a Holiday Celebration Concert featuring the MO State Symphony and choirs Sunday afternoon (11/22) at 4 at the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts.