Taste of Springfield featuring Oktoberfest Village is right around the corner. This is the premier culinary event in the Ozarks that has everything from food, beer sampling, to music and specialty vendors. Over 30 local restaurants will show you their top plates while you sip on favorites from Brown Derby. The 2014 Taste of Springfield is presented by Springfield Grocer.« Continue »
What could be better on a fall day than arts and crafts, live performances, inflatables, and real apple cider! The 2014 Cider Days on Walnut Street in Springfield, MO is back and a wonderful way to bring in the season with the family. « Continue »
The West Central Neighborhood Alliance makes it their goal every year to celebrate and remember the role that Springfield played in the naming of the historic highway, Route 66, on April 30, 1926. This iconic road stretches from Chicago to Los Angeles and traces of the “Mother Road” can still be found along Kearney Street, Glenstone Avenue, College and St. Louis Street. Many will be gathering on August 9th to celebrate our rich history at the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival on Park Central Square.
This week you can sample over 100 Craft Beers including some from your favorite local breweries at the 2014 Craft Beer Week in Springfield, MO. This is a popular week in the Ozarks and it all culminates to one big Craft Beer Bash in downtown Springfield on Saturday, July 19th. Enjoy live music by The Bearded Two, grab a beermosa with breakfast at Springfield Brew Co. and head to Park Central Square to buy your bear and sampling tickets. Take a look at the events happening all week long during the Springfield, MO Craft Beer Week. « Continue »
A new season is almost underway at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO. “Celebrate America” is this year’s theme and they will be rolling out the red, white, and blue carpet to show you why Silver Dollar City was voted one of the “World’s Top 10 Parks” by Amusement Today magazine. Hurry and grab you season passes and take a look at the festivals below.« Continue »