To our community,
The Arts and COVID-19
The arts are a way that people can find solace and comfort during stressful times. And wow, it's a bit stressful out there right now. The Springfield Regional Arts Council truly values all of our patrons, partners, volunteers, and staff.
FREE Take-Home Project Bags Are Available at the Springfield Art Museum
The second project bag is here and can be reserved through their website. Project bags contain materials and instructions for projects inspired by works in our collection.
Children in grades K-5 are invited to attend I’d Rather Be a Hummingbird virtually at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 11. Visit thelibrary.org/programs before the program for details on accessing the virtual event.
‘Storytime & More with the Library’ June 9 Virtual Event
Children from infants-age 6 are invited to attend Storytime & More with the Library virtually at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9.
Join some of your favorite children’s librarians for a virtual program featuring stories, songs and activities you can try at home. Watch each week at thelibrary.org/kids/videos/ or on Facebook, @thelibrary.org.
For more information on this free program call 616-0563.
The Springfield Symphony is preparing its 86th consecutive season with musical comfort food. The organization’s 2020-2021 season, Comfort Food, will continue its tradition of a nine-concert subscription series. All concerts will be performed at Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts running October 10, 2020 through May 8, 2021.
Save the date! Join the SRAC staff and board for the Annual Member's Meeting. You will have the opportunity to meet new board members, learn about the efforts of the SRAC over the past fiscal year, and find out new ways to get involved through committees, exhibit opportunities, memberships and more.
Concerts at Noon is a new event happening every Wednesday in June at Founders Park. Join CID Downtown and the Springfield-Greene County Park Board for live music from local artists.