The Creamery Arts Center is currently open by appointment only. Please contact the appropriate organization (listed below) to determine their office hours and availability. Doors remain locked and will require a staff member to let you in.
Springfield Regional Arts Council announced the recipients of its Arts Relief and Recovery Grant Program, funded by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks’ COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund and the Musgrave Foundation. The program reflects a grantmaking shift prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Springfield Sister Cities Association cancelled the Cherry Blossom Kite and Piñata Festival scheduled for Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Springfield Botanical Gardens. Sister Cities made this decision in conjunction with the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.
Your favorite Library programs may be canceled, or you’re staying indoors to protect your health during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but you can do and see a lot through the Springfield-Greene County Libray’s 24-hour library – thelibrary.org. The Library website and your library card give you access to great digital entertainment including e-books, magazines, movies, music, audiobooks and children’s entertainment. All ages can research popular topics, get homework help or read major newspapers online, too.
Historic Owen Theatre Postpones All Events
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.