Workshops

Incredible Pumpkin Painting Party

Branson Regional Arts

Incredible Pumpkin Painting Party at the Branson Centennial History Museum!

The Branson Regional Arts Council and the Branson Centennial Museum are teaming up to present a fun and festive event for all ages!

Register today for the Incredible Pumpkin Painting Party, this Saturday, October 19th in Historic Downtown Branson!

Watercolor Secrets for Beginners

Come join us for a risk-free workshop for those who want to learn about watercolors and the materials needed.  Nothing to buy and nothing to bring except a sack lunch. All materials and studio fees are included in the cost of the workshop. When you leave, you will have a few supplies and a good understanding of how to use them all! 

The workshop will be held on two Saturdays. October 26th and November 9,  from 10-2. The cost is $150 and includes all supplies and studio fees.

Harry Potter Paper Crafts at The Library Center

‘Harry Potter Paper Crafts’ Oct. 25 at Library Center

Registration is underway for adults age 18 and older to attend Harry Potter Paper Crafts from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25, in the Library Center Story Hour Room, 4653 S. Campbell Ave.

Want to add a little Harry Potter magic to your home decor? Make Harry Potter silhouette pictures and origami Forbidden Forest trees to add that magical touch. Materials will be provided.

For more information on this free program or to register call 883-5341.

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The Library Center

Business Development Workshop: Growing your Side Gig

Minorities in Business will host its second annual Business Development Workshop. Our topic will be: Growing Your SideGig: Earning Extra Money While Working Your Regular Job. This event will take place from 8 am - noon at the The eFactory/ Robert Plaster Free Enterprise Center, 405 N Jefferson Ave., Springfield, MO.

The goal of this event is to provide business resources and knowledge to help grow local entrepreneurs and small business owners. This event is open to the public. Registration is $25. per person. To register online, go to: www.sgfmib.com

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The E-factory

Pumpkin Tea Light Activity at Fair Grove Branch Library

‘Pumpkin Tea Lights’ Oct. 19 at Fair Grove Branch Library

Adults are invited to attend Pumpkin Tea Lights from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Fair Grove Branch Library, 81 S. Orchard Blvd.

Light up your home with a wine glass tea light holder featuring a painted pumpkin design of your own creation. Materials will be provided.

For more information on this free program call 759-2637

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Fair Grove Branch Library

Pumpkin Painting at Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library

‘Pumpkin Painting’ Oct. 19 at Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library

Adults are invited to attend Pumpkin Painting at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library, 2214 Brentwood Blvd.

Polka dots, stripes and glitter, oh my! Paint magazine cover-worthy pumpkins to decorate your porch, mantle or office. Hot cider, mini pumpkins and craft supplies will be provided. Bring your own larger pumpkin for extra fun.

For more information on this free program call 883-1974.

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Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library

Arts and Crafts Afternoons for Teens

‘Arts and Crafts Afternoons’ Oct. 17 at Midtown Carnegie Branch Library

Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to attend Arts and Crafts Afternoons from 3:30-5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library Teen Room, 397 E. Central St.

We’ll explore a new form of art or create a new craft each week. Materials will be provided.

For more information on this free program call 862-0135.

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Midtown Carnegie Branch Library

Writer's Cafe at Midtown Carnegie Branch Library

‘Writer’s Cafe’ Oct. 15 at Midtown Carnegie Branch Library

Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to attend Writer’s Cafe from 3:30-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 15, in the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library Teen Room, 397 E. Central St.

Whether you’re an accomplished writer or just starting out, bring a story idea or poem you’ve been thinking about and get inspiration and support from fellow writers. Snacks will be provided.

For more information on this free program call 862-0135.

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Midtown Carnegie Branch Library