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Weekend Outlook June 19-21, 2015

Ozark Heritage Festival

The Old Time Music, Old Time Heritage Festival will be held today and tomorrow (6/19-6/20) from 10 am to 10 pm in West Plains featuring musicians, storytellers, artisans and more.  The 8th annual Mule Jump contest will be held tomorrow morning (6/19) morning starting at 11 with demonstrations and the jump at 1 as part of the festival.  For details, wwwoldtimemusic.org

The Unique Stitchers ‘n More Quilt Show continues through tomorrow (6/20) at the Stover Community Center in Stover, MO.  For more information, stoverquiltshow@outlook.com or 417-573-569-5655.

Fantastic Friday at the Nature Center will be held this morning (6/19) from 9 to noon in conjunction with the Springfield-Greene County Library District.  Kids can take part in stories, crafts and more as they discover the heroic work of the insect world.  Stop by anytime.

Kids in grades K-5 can meet critters from Pet Therapy of the Ozarks and learn about their work during the program, “Pet Heroes,” today (6/19) at 4 at the Brentwood Branch Library.

Professor Powers will talk about the Science of Superheroes tonight (6/19).  The program, for grade 3 to adult, starts at 6:30 at the Library Center.  For more information, 882-0714.

The West Plains Public Library will host a Shepherd of the Hills Book/Movie Discussion tonight (6/19) at 6.  Watch the movie and take part in the book discussion.

The Eureka Springs Blues Weekend comes to an end Sunday (6/21) with the Father’s Day Blues Picnic at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.  Hohner harmonicas will be given away to kids during a harmonica workshop tomorrow at noon (6/20).  To learn more, eurekaspringsblues.com

The Patient Pal’s Dash to the Splash 5K to benefit Caring People, serving single moms and their children in southwest Missouri, will be held tomorrow morning (6/20) at 7:30 in Branson.  For more information,  click here.

The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life, a noncompetitive walk for dogs and their owners to raise funds for the organization, will be held tomorrow (6/20) at 5 pm at Phelps Grove Park.  For details, click here.

The Springfield-Greene County Park Board presents Snowfest tomorrow (6/20) from noon to 4 at Jordan Valley Park.  Kids can play in “snow,” ice shavings from Mediacom Ice Park, and there will be art projects, interactive games, entertainment and more.  For more information, click here.

The Discovery Center of Springfield will host the 4th annual Bubble Fest tomorrow (6/20) from 10 to noon and 1 to 3.  General admission will apply.  To find out more, discoverycenter.org

The USO Motorcycle Ride to benefit the uniformed services will start at noon tomorrow (6/20) at Ozark Harley-Davidson in Lebanon.  Registration begins at 10.  To learn more, click here.

The Railroad Historical Museum at Grant Beach Park is open Saturdays from 2 to 4. Admission is free.  Click here for more information.

See the film, “The Gnome-Mobile,” rated G, tomorrow (6/20) at 1 at the Fair Grove Branch Library.

The Day at the Range and Outdoor Adventure Fair for those with disabilities will be held tomorrow (6/20) from 8 to 2 at the Andy Dalton Shooting Range and Outdoor Education Center.  To register, 888-1188 or click here.

The Midtown Carnegie Branch Library will hold a Juneteenth Celebration tomorrow (6/20) from 1 to 4 on the parking lot.  The event, commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S. and highlighting diversity in our community, will include booths by various community organizations, storytelling, children’s book giveaways, crafts, education and health resources, snacks, live music and more.

Patrick Mureithi will share his original songs on guitar, slide guitar and ukulele tomorrow afternoon (6/20) at 1 at the Brentwood Library.

Learn how to make your own plantable seed paper during a program for adults tomorrow afternoon (6/20) at 3 at the Library Station.  To register, 865-1340.

See the film, “Oliver,” rated G, tomorrow night (6/20) at 6:30 at the Park Central Library.

The Discover Nature Families Free Shooting Day will be held Sunday (6/21) from noon to 4:30 at the Andy Dalton Shooting Range.  To learn more, 742-4361.

Fiber arts classes will be held Sunday (6/21) from 8 am to 6 pm at the Cowan Civic Center in Lebanon.  For details, click here.

The Discovery Center will celebrate Father’s Day Sunday (6/21) with free admission for dads and grandpas.  Find out more at discoverycenter.org

Dads will get in free to Dickerson Park Zoo on Father’s Day Sunday (6/21).  To learn more, dickersonparkzoo.org

Michele Skalicky has worked at KSMU since the station occupied the old white house at National and Grand. She enjoys working on both the announcing side and in news and has been the recipient of statewide and national awards for news reporting. She likes to tell stories that make a difference. Michele enjoys outdoor activities, including hiking, camping and leisurely kayaking.