Visit the Dickerson Park Zoo for only $6 all of September! Show this coupon upon park entry. September 16th is excluded.
Be a part of a fun and free community event that will create a special spot along the Fassnight Creek Greenway trail. Minimum age is 8 years old and ages 8 -16 must have a parent/guardian present. You may select more than one time slot. We will send more details, including parking information, to all registered volunteers via email on September 28, 2023. This pilot project is made possible through a partnership among The City of Springfield, Springfield-Greene County Parks, and Ozark Greenways. Grant funding is generously provided by the Hatch Foundation.
We provide individuals of marginalized groups and races the opportunity for arts education, preparation and performance by: Engaging local resources, increasing accessibility, and creating more diversity within the regional arts community.
Plotline is a nonprofit film and media school. Our mission is to educate and empower aspiring film and media creators in Southwest Missouri through weekly classes, camps, community events and scholarships. Simply put, we teach people how to make movies! Our target demographic is youth, ages 10-17, adults and families.
For 60 seasons, Missouri State University’s Tent Theatre has captivated generations of fans with stories and songs that reflect our biggest dreams — love, success and happiness — presented in a one-of-a-kind setting. This unique, shared experience transcends entertainment, touching the hearts and imaginations of performers and audiences alike, and creating a bond through music and laughter.
Stylish theater chain for new & classic films features cocktails & creative bites served seat-side.
Contemporary campus showcase for touring Broadway shows, symphonies, dance & other performances.
The Moxie is a premier non-profit independent movie theater, bringing the best in cinema to Springfield, Missouri since 2004.
We exist to enrich our community through film’s power to engage, educate, and inspire. Yes, we show movies and sell tickets, but at our core, we exist to make our community a better place to live.
Springfield Contemporary Theatre, a non-profit corporation, presents a wide variety of year round productions. SCT is dedicated to the production of contemporary works and works that can be re-energized through a contemporary view and through an intimate staging while using outstanding directors, local actors and guest professionals. Special emphasis is given in programming to works by voices under-represented in our community and works that address issues facing our Springfield community and the world around us.
American Indian Center was created to serve the Native American community and to teach American Indian culture.