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Weekend Outlook April 3-5, 2015

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C-Street Market opens this weekend.  KSMU's Michele Skalicky talks with the market's manager, Sarah Louise Byrd about opening day.

The MO Department of Conservation is celebrating Arbor Day with several events around the state.  One is planned for today (4/3).  The city of Willard will be recognized as a Tree City USA for the 17th year at 4 pm at the Willard City Park.

Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains will hold a free class for those living with chronic health conditions today (4/3) at 1.  To register, 417-257-6762, ext. 4112.

The Spring Diversity Weekend will be held today through Sunday (4/3-4/5) in Eureka Springs.  For details, click here.

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Acoustic Jam on the Square will be held tonight (4/3) at 7 at West Plains Music on the square in West Plains.  Take instruments and lawn chairs. 

You’ll be able to hear a variety of Christian music this Easter Weekend in Eureka Springs’ Basin Park.  A parade starts at 2 tomorrow (4/4) on Spring Street.  For more information, lardellen@gmail.com

The MSU softball team will play a doubleheader against Evansville today (4/3) at noon and they’ll face the team tomorrow (4/4) at noon at Killian Sports Complex.  For ticket information, missouristatetix.com

The MSU men’s baseball team will host Dallas Baptist tonight (4/3) at 6:35 and tomorrow (4/4) at 2:05 at Hammons Field.  For tickets, missouristatetix.com

Ozarks Technical Community College will commemorate its 25th anniversary with a celebration today (4/3) at 2:30 on the student plaza at the Springfield campus.  After the ceremony there will be a cake and punch reception in the Information Commons.

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Springfield Little Theatre will present “The Wizard of Oz” today (4/3) through April 18th at the Landers Theatre.  For ticket information, click here.

The First Friday Art Walk is tonight (4/3) from 5 to 11 in downtown Springfield.  For details, ffaw.org

The exhibit, “We’ve Always Been Here,” which looks at the history of the African-American community in Greene County, continues through May 9 at the Historic Fox Theatre on Park Central Square.  For details, click here.

The Library Center invites kids age 13 through 12th grade to the Friday Night Film Fest tonight (3/3) at 6.  The featured film will be “Ghostbusters,” rated PG.

First Friday Stroll is tonight (4/3) on the square in West Plains.  For more information, 417-827-8334.

Farmers Market of the Ozarks will host its annual Spring Gardening Kick-Off event tomorrow (4/4) from 8 am to 1 pm.  There will be gardening activities, Easter-themed surprises and educational classes for the public.  To learn more, loveyourfarmer.com

C-Street City Market opens tomorrow (4/4).  The market, near the Historic Footbridge on Commercial Street, is open 9 am to 2 pm.  For more information, click here.

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A native plant sale and workshops on native gardening will be held tomorrow (4/4) from 9 am to 3 pm at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center.  No registration is needed.  For more information, 888-4237.

The George O. White State Forest Nursery in Licking will hold an open house tomorrow (4/4) from 9 am to 3 pm.  To make a reservation, 573-674-3229.

Get rid of any old tires for free that you may have lying around during an event tomorrow (4/4) in Springfield.  The Community Partnership of the Ozarks will host the fifth annual Tire Toss at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds from 7 am to noon.  Tires will only be accepted from residents of Springfield, and waste tires from businesses will not be accepted.

The Miracle Makers 5K to benefit Children’s Miracle Network is set for tomorrow morning (4/4) at 9 at Lake Harrison Park in Harrison, AR.  To learn more, click here.

The 13 Rebels MC 17th annual Spring Poker Run will be held tomorrow (4/4) at 10 at two locations in Harrison, AR.  For details, click here.

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The third annual Eggs-Stravaganza will be held tomorrow (4/4) from 8 am to noon at Mills Center, 650 Mills Dr., in Lebanon.  An egg hunt starts at 10.  For more information, click here.

Learn how to make garden pots with hypertufa at the Brentwood Library tomorrow morning (4/4) at 10.  Anyone 18 and older can register at 883-1974.

The 56th annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast starts tomorrow morning (4/4) at 6:30 and goes until 12:30 at the Harrison Middle School cafeteria, 1125 Goblin Dr., in Harrison, AR.  The cost is $5 for all-you-can-eat pancakes.  For details, click here.

The Harrison Noon Lions Club will host an Easter Egg Hunt tomorrow morning (4/4) at 10 for kids ten and younger on the Courthouse Square in Harrison, AR.  To learn more, click here.

The Fair Grove Library will celebrate its 15th birthday tomorrow (4/4) from noon to 6.

See the movie, “The Mummy,” rated PG-13, tomorrow night (4/4) at 6:30 for anyone 13 and older at the Park Central Library.

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The tenth annual Grizzly Classic, hosted by MSU-West Plains’ basketball program, will be held tomorrow (4/4) starting at 3 at the West Plains Civic Center.  Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children 11 and under.  For more information, 417-255-7991.

The Moxie and the Springfield-Greene County Library will team up to show the film, “Fahrenheit 451,” Sunday night (4/5) at 6:30 at the Moxie, 305 S. Campbell.  Admission is free.