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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The Indian Students Association at Missouri State University will host a Holi Celebration tomorrow (3/25) from noon to 5 on MSU’s North Mall.  The event will feature food, music, colors and the use of water.  Wear old shorts, old shirts and flip-flops that you don’t mind getting colored and wet.  Michele Skalicky talks with ISA's advisor, Isaac Balasundaram and its president, Shadeed Khan, about the event.

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Nicholas Gunn presents, “Haunting, Mysterious & Sacred Places,” through Sunday (3/19) at the Gillioz Theatre.  Participants will tour off-limit areas of the theatre’s haunted past and then Gunn will present a light, music and dance show will seated on the Gillioz stage. 

The sixth annual Man Show Expo is today and tomorrow (3/17-3/18) at the Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St., in downtown Springfield. 

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The Ozarks Model Railroad Association’s 39th annual Spring Train Show will be held tomorrow (3/11) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Springfield Expo Center, 635 St. Louis St.  Admission is $7 for adults and free for kids under 12.

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Owl Prowl is tonight (2/24) at 7 at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center.  See owls from Dickerson Park Zoo inside and then go outside to try to call wild owls.  To register, 888-4237.

Springfield Little Theatre presents Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” today through March 5.  For ticket information, springfieldlittletheatre.org or 869-1334.

The exhibit, “From Home to Over There:  Greene County in the Great War,” is at the History Museum on the Square in Springfield through July 7.

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ARC of the Ozarks will host the ninth annual Hunt and Fish Outdoor Show tomorrow and Sunday (2/18-2/19) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Springfield Expo Center.  The event will feature experts on a variety of topics, demonstrations and vendors.  Proceeds will benefit the No Limits Summer Camp.  KSMU's Michele Skalicky talks with Lauren Holder, marketing and development coordinator for ARC of the Ozarks, about the event.

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