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  1. 2014 Small Works Auction

    September 5 - October 24 @ Spiva Center for the Arts, Regional Gallery

    Spiva artists contribute 6” x 6”, 9” x 12”, and 12” x 12” original works for this exciting annual auction. All proceeds benefit Spiva Center for the Arts! Sponsored by Cynthia H. Schwab & the Curchin/Secker Family

  2. Dog Day Afternoon

    September 16, 4:00 PM @ Joplin Public Library

    Allows independent readers in K-5th grade to practice their reading skills by reading to certified Therapy Dogs. The Library supplies the books and the dogs, and the children share the stories. Registration takes place at the Children's Desk on the day of the event. For independent readers, grades K-5th.

  3. Third Thursday

    September 18, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ DOWNTOWN JOPLIN

    Seventh Season, Third Thursday has art, entertainment and food venues spanning twenty-one city blocks. Third Thursday was developed as an arts and culture-based event that would attract local area residents into the Downtown District eight (8) months each year to help revitalize the area. Between 5:30-8:30pm, it attracts over five thousand visitors.

  4. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers

    September 20 - November 8 @ Spiva Center for the Arts, Main Gallery

    This popular touring exhibit includes original tear sheets of covers Rockwell created for the Post between 1916 and 1963. Instantly recognizable, they have become icons of 20th century life in America. Exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass. Sponsored by Sharon & Lance Beshore and Family General admission: $5, Members, seniors & students: $3, Children under 12: FREE

  5. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 20, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  6. The Team Hope Walk

    September 20, 10:00 AM @ Landreth Park located at the corner of Murphy Blvd and Main Street

    The walk begins at 10:00am with registration at 9:00am and includes lunch and a Team Hope Walk T-shirt. There will be a raffle, silent auction, several vendors selling products with proceeds going to HDSA. A balloon artist will be making balloon animals for the kids with a balloon release following the walk. Kids may enjoy a bounce house inflatable at the event as well. You can register online at www.hdsa.org/thwjoplin or fill out a registration form and send your money to the address provided below. Call one of the numbers listed below to receive a printed copy of the registration form. Darrin Henry: 913-226-8361 darrinhenry1@gmail.com Jake Jones: 417-483-1694 jakejones20@gmail.com

  7. Explore & Play! It’s Pirate Day!

    September 20, 10:30 AM @ Joplin Public Library

    A fun, hands-on time just for families with busy toddlers and preschoolers! Listen to a theme-related story, sing some songs and then explore specially created “exploration stations” that encourage adult-child play and teach key early literacy skills. Suggested age range: 1-5 years

  8. CARVER LABORATORY DEMONSTRATIONS

    September 20, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Visitor Center at George Washington Carver National Monument

    Want to learn about some of the products George Washington Carver developed in his laboratory? Discover how Carver used some often overlooked plants to change the way we think about agriculture.

  9. Route 66 Cruise Night at Carousel Park

    September 20, 4:00 PM @ 3834 W 7th Street

    Free entry; 50/50 pot; DJ; Raffle; Prizes

  10. Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center for Birds, Bluegrass and BBQ!

    September 20, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 201 W. Riviera Dr., Suite A,

    Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy and evening under the stars at Wildcat Park with music from Kentucky 31, delicious BBQ and a fabulous silent auction! Saturday, September 20 from 6-8pm, this event will raise funds for the Audubon Center education programs. Tickets are $35 per person, and includes dinner and one beverage of your choice. Twenty-one years of age and over, please. Tickets are available at the Heron’s Nest nature store at the Audubon Center, or call 417-781-6287 to order. Pre-registration required before September 17. For more information about the Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center or to register for programs, please call (417) 782-6287 or log on to our website at www.wildcatglades.audubon.org.

  11. CARVER LABORATORY DEMONSTRATIONS

    September 21, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Visitor Center at George Washington Carver National Monument

    Want to learn about some of the products George Washington Carver developed in his laboratory? Discover how Carver used some often overlooked plants to change the way we think about agriculture.

  12. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 21, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  13. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 23, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  14. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 24, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  15. JLT IN CONCERT

    September 24, 7:30 PM @ Joplin Little Theatre

    Joplin LIttle Theatre is celebrating its 75th Anniversary season, 2014-2015. Opening the season is a musical revue extravaganza featuring songs and dances from sixteen of the most popular musicals produced at JLT in these past seasons. A cast of 60 will be performing numbers from such musicals as Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story and My Fair Lady, plus many more. Over 50 song presentations will be featured. Many veterans of the JLT stage are participants. Ages of performers range from 7 to 85. Director Bill Perry is assisted by Carolyn McGowan, with Cecie Fritz as musical director and arranger, Angela Lowe and Heather Briley are choreographers. Set and lighting design are by Shawn Irish.

  16. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 25, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  17. WyndSync

    September 25, 7:00 PM @ Ozark Christian College Chapel

    WindSync has distinguished itself among classical music ensembles as North America’s foremost emerging wind quintet. The young, energetic group (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn) plays exclusively from memory. The quintet was a winner of the 2012 Concert Artists Guild International Competition.

  18. JLT IN CONCERT

    September 25, 7:30 PM @ Joplin Little Theatre

    Joplin LIttle Theatre is celebrating its 75th Anniversary season, 2014-2015. Opening the season is a musical revue extravaganza featuring songs and dances from sixteen of the most popular musicals produced at JLT in these past seasons. A cast of 60 will be performing numbers from such musicals as Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story and My Fair Lady, plus many more. Over 50 song presentations will be featured. Many veterans of the JLT stage are participants. Ages of performers range from 7 to 85. Director Bill Perry is assisted by Carolyn McGowan, with Cecie Fritz as musical director and arranger, Angela Lowe and Heather Briley are choreographers. Set and lighting design are by Shawn Irish.

  19. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 26, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  20. JLT IN CONCERT

    September 26, 7:30 PM @ Joplin Little Theatre

    Joplin LIttle Theatre is celebrating its 75th Anniversary season, 2014-2015. Opening the season is a musical revue extravaganza featuring songs and dances from sixteen of the most popular musicals produced at JLT in these past seasons. A cast of 60 will be performing numbers from such musicals as Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story and My Fair Lady, plus many more. Over 50 song presentations will be featured. Many veterans of the JLT stage are participants. Ages of performers range from 7 to 85. Director Bill Perry is assisted by Carolyn McGowan, with Cecie Fritz as musical director and arranger, Angela Lowe and Heather Briley are choreographers. Set and lighting design are by Shawn Irish.

  21. 17th Annual Carl Junction Bluegrass Festival

    September 27, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Center Creek Park, 201 Valley

    The Carl Junction Bluegrass Festival is the largest, longest-running Bluegrass Festival in the region! Free admission, great bands, tasty food, craft booths, a car show, and children's activities make a wonderful day for the whole family!

  22. Walk to End Alzheimer's

    September 27, 9:00 AM @ Palace Pizza

    The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 650 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease, the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. Joplin's Walk is growing! We raised over $12,000 last year and our goal is $20,000 this year. Would love to see you there. You can find us online at act.alz.org/walkjoplinmo.

  23. NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY

    September 27, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Visitor Center at George Washington Carver National Monument

    This is a nationwide, volunteer-led workday to improve public lands. Please contact the park for more details.

  24. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 27, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  25. Prairie Jubilee 2014

    September 27, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ PRAIRIE STATE PARK

    Come experience the sights and sounds of the tall-grass prairie…a living history loop, bison viewing, a bison lunch, and music by Wild Heart. Prairie Jubilee – Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This event is free and is open to the public. PRAIRIE STATE PARK 128 NW 150th Lane, Mindenmines, MO – For more information call 417-843-6711.

  26. JLT IN CONCERT

    September 27, 7:30 PM @ Joplin Little Theatre

    Joplin LIttle Theatre is celebrating its 75th Anniversary season, 2014-2015. Opening the season is a musical revue extravaganza featuring songs and dances from sixteen of the most popular musicals produced at JLT in these past seasons. A cast of 60 will be performing numbers from such musicals as Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story and My Fair Lady, plus many more. Over 50 song presentations will be featured. Many veterans of the JLT stage are participants. Ages of performers range from 7 to 85. Director Bill Perry is assisted by Carolyn McGowan, with Cecie Fritz as musical director and arranger, Angela Lowe and Heather Briley are choreographers. Set and lighting design are by Shawn Irish.

  27. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 28, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.

  28. JLT IN CONCERT

    September 28, 2:30 PM @ Joplin Little Theatre

    Joplin LIttle Theatre is celebrating its 75th Anniversary season, 2014-2015. Opening the season is a musical revue extravaganza featuring songs and dances from sixteen of the most popular musicals produced at JLT in these past seasons. A cast of 60 will be performing numbers from such musicals as Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Wizard of Oz, West Side Story and My Fair Lady, plus many more. Over 50 song presentations will be featured. Many veterans of the JLT stage are participants. Ages of performers range from 7 to 85. Director Bill Perry is assisted by Carolyn McGowan, with Cecie Fritz as musical director and arranger, Angela Lowe and Heather Briley are choreographers. Set and lighting design are by Shawn Irish.

  29. Norman Rockwell: 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers -- Main Gallery

    September 30, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Spiva Center for the Arts

    In the minds of most, Rockwell and The Saturday Evening Post are synonymous. For people living through the growth and change of the 20th century, these original tear sheets of Post covers are relatable images of life when America was at its greatest.