Weekend Outlook

Fridays at 8:30 am

Find out what's taking place each Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Ozarks as you plan your weekend.

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Eagle Days returns to the Springfield Conservation Nature Center tomorrow (1/21) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday (1/22) from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.  Michele Skalicky talks with nature center naturalist, Kim Banner, about the event.

Dickerson Park Zoo will present programs featuring a live eagle every hour on the hour until 3 tomorrow and until 3:30 Sunday, and you can try to spot eagles in the wild at the Lake Springfield Boathouse.  To learn more click here or 888-4237.

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Make winter birdseed ornaments and learn to attract birds to your backyard this winter during a program at the Park Central Library tonight (1/6) at 5.  For details, www.greaterozarksaudubon.org

First Friday Art Walk is tonight (1/6) from 6 to 10 in downtown Springfield.  For more information, including a list of participating venues, ffaw.org

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Christmas Lights of Ozark are open at Finley River Park through January 8th each night from 6 to 11. 

The Windows at the Fox animated exhibit continues through January 20 at the History Museum on the Square in Springfield.  or details,

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The Festival of Lights, a light display at Monett’s South Park, is open until 9:30 on week nights and 10:30 on weekends.  Admission is free. 

Christmas Lights of Ozark are open at Finley River Park through January 8th each night from 6 to 11.  For details, click here.

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Children’s Ballet of the Ozarks will present “The Nutcracker” tonight (12/16) at 7 and tomorrow (12/17) at 2 and 7 at the West Plains Civic Center Theater.  For ticket information, www.childrensballetoftheozarks.com

The Springfield Ballet presents “The Nutcracker” today through Sunday (12/16-12/18) at the Landers Theatre, but all shows except for tonight’s are already sold out.  For ticket information, springfieldlittletheatre.org

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