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.

Parkinsons Group of the Ozarks

The Pound the Pavement for Parkinson's 5K will be held tomorrow (11/7) in Springfield.  Michele Skalicky talks with Justin Milam, president of the Parkinson's Group of the Ozarks, about the race and the organization.

Click here for more information about Pound the Pavement.

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The Discovery Center of Springfield will host Halloween Night at the Museum tonight (10/23) from 6:30 to 9:30 with special activity stations.  Wear costumes.  Admission is $10 for nonmembers, $ 7 for members and free for two and under.  To learn more, discoverycenter.org

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The Eureka Springs Historical Museum’s seventh annual “Voices from Eureka’s Silent City,” living history tours at the city cemetery, continues tonight and tomorrow night (10/16-10/17) and October 30th and 31st.  One hour walking tours leave every 20 minutes from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.  Actors and guides will present stories of some of Eureka’s former leaders in service and philanthropy.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.  For details, www.eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org or 479-253-9417.

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Master Gardeners of the Ozarks will present the program "Monarch Migration Watch" tomorrow morning (10/10) at 10 in Forsyth.  The first 50 participants will receive a tagging kit.  Participants will also receive milkweed seeds and nets.  The program will teach people about monarch butterflies and how to tag them.  KSMU's Michele Skalicky talks with Master Gardener and retired entomology professor Tom Riley about the program and about monarch butterflies and how they're doing.

Weekend Outlook

Oct 2, 2015

Check out the events happening this weekend in the Ozarks below.  But first, learn about a major arts and crafts show south of Springfield taking place through Sunday.

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend—perfect weather to be outside.  One way to enjoy the fall temperatures is to browse the 42nd annual Ozark Arts and Crafts Show at Finley River Park.