Newsletters 2017-10-31T16:37:55+00:00


4June, 2018


June 7: Pup Crawl! Bring your pups out for a stroll and enjoy dinner, drinks and special pet friendly vendors and businesses — with patios and outdoor seating — along the way. Starts at the east end of Commercial Street at Ruthies Bar and continues west to That Lebanese Place, Van Gogh's, the C-Street Market, Pizza House, Sisters in Thyme, Cafe Cusco, Big Momma's, Lindberg's, Moon City Pub … all the way to White River Brewing. Many restaurants and bars have fun stuff planned. 5-9 p.m., Commercial Street between Washington and Grant avenues. Movie in the Park: Lego Ninjago [...]

2May, 2018


THIS MONTH May 11-12: Sucker Days. It started in 1957. Now it's an annual tradition. Fish fry, kids activities, and seriously, you get bragging rights with all your out-of-state friends. On Main Street between Missouri 14 and South Street. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. May 12: The Emoji Movie. It's Movie in the Park night at the X-Center, 701 N. Taylor 11111 Way. Presented by the Massengale Group. Begins at dusk and it's free. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Concessions available for purchase. No smoking, no alcohol. May 13: Mother's Day, all day. Graduation Day, 5:30 p.m. Celebrate, y'all. May 19: Spring Fling at The Farm. [...]

9April, 2018

Things To Do in April

April 1: Easter sunrise services, Hammons Field. Gates open at 6 a.m. Service begins at 6:30. Complimentary coffee and hot chocolate. In case of rain, the service will be indoors at the Springfield Cardinals training facility. Free parking.April 7: Health & Wellness Expo. A day of nutrition, fitness education, and health awareness. Health and wellness activities, seminars, demonstrations. 9 a.m.- noon, X-Center, 701 N. Taylor Way. Free.April 17: It’s 417 Day! A community event to build bridges and be positive. Live DJ, food and refreshments. 4-8 p.m., Fassnight Park, Springfield. More info: (417) 709-1762.April 20-21: 19th Annual Rock’n Ribs BBQ Festival, Ozark Empire Fairgrounds. Dozens of teams compete [...]

28December, 2017


January 1: Rent Due January 5: Late Fee Applied January 10: Second Late Fee Applied January 13: The Mystery Hour at Gillioz Theatre, 7:30 p.m. January 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No School Daily: The History Museum on Park Central Square. Daily, 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Route 66 exhibit features photographs and memorabilia from locations along several routes along the highway traveled through Springfield over the years. There are videos outlining the history of the highway, as well as a musical video about the iconic hamburger stand, Red's, done by the Morrells in 1982. [...]

7December, 2017


December 1: Rent Due December 3: Nixa Christmas Parade, 2 p.m. at The X Center December 5: Late Fee Applied December 7-10: Elf, Jr. at Springfield Little Theatre 9: Downtown Springfield Christmas Parade, 2-4 p.m. December 10: Second Late Fee Applied December 16: No School December 25: Christmas! Public School Winter Holiday December 20-January 2, 2018 Facebook FOLLOW US on Facebook. It’s the place to go every day for property updates and community events. Holiday Shopping Safety Tips: Keep your car keys in your hand and be aware of your surroundings, Do [...]

1November, 2017

November: Give Thanks

Family gatherings … honoring veterans … and getting crafty November 1: Rent Due November 5: Late Fee Applied November 7: No School November 10: Second Late Fee Applied November 11: Veteran’s Day Ceremony 9 a.m., Nixa X Center, 701 N. Taylor Way November 17-18: Ozark Craft Festival, Ozark Community Center, call (417) 425-5561 for details November 22-24: No School November 23: Happy Thanksgiving MEET KEVIN STEPIEN I am from Chicago. I am married almost 20 years with 3 kids — son 18, two daughters ages 12 & 11. I miss Chicago food. I love sports [...]