Fun things to do in November with Connect2Culture

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The holiday season is upon us! Hoorah!

Looking for things to do with the family? With your partner? On your own?

Lucky for you, we asked Emily Frankoski with Connect2Culture to zoom by to share the different events, exhibits, performances, and classes that are taking place in the 4-States this November. While she didn’t have time to tell us every single one, she broke down a few of her favorites.

Scroll down to learn more!

 

PERFORMANCES: 

Mad Science at Northwood

Friday, November 13 | 7:00pm

At Northwood Arts & Event Center (115 N Wood St, Neosho, MO)

Tickets: $15 at the door

More information: Jeff Jones, northwoodartsandevent@gmail.com, 417.389.4726

 

Dream Theatre Troupe Presents: The Night Man Cometh

Friday & Saturday | November 20 & 21 | 7:30pm

At Studio 124 (124 S Main St)

Free and open to the public; cash or electronic donations appreciated

Tickets can be purchased online at bit.ly/3mvsOPL

More information: Becki Arnall, dtstudio124@gmail.com, 417.622.6470

 

EVENTS:

Book Launch: An Honest Life is Immortal by F.C. Shultz

Thursday, November 12 | 8:00–9:00pm

Online at pubhoundpress.com

Cost: $10 + shipping and taxes for Missouri residents

More information: Andrew Whitehead, drew@pubhoundpress.com, 417.529.3272

 

Christmas Family Photos

Saturday, November 14 | 9:00am

At Joplin Little Theatre (3009 W 1st St)

Cost: $25

Reservations required; reservations may be made over the phone at 417.623.3638.

More information: Cecie Fritz, info@joplinlittletheatre.org, 417.623.3638

 

EXHIBITS:

73rd Membership Show

October 17–December 19, 2020

At Spiva Center for the Arts, Regional Gallery (222 W 3rd St)

Free and open to the public; donations appreciated

More information: Jade Henning, jhenning@spivaarts.org, 417.623.0183

 

JRAC: Renewal

November 18, 2020–January 2, 2021

At Crowder Collage (601 Laclede Ave, Neosho, MO)

Free and open to the public

More information: Emily Rose, joplinrac@gmail.com

 

CLASSES:

Drawing Comics: Sequential Comic Illustration with Jeremy Haun

Tuesday & Thursday | November 10 & 12 | 7:00–9:00pm

Via Zoom

Cost: $30 (includes both sessions)

Sign up online at neoshoarts.net

More information: Sarah Serio, neoshoartscouncil@gmail.com, 417.592.1673

 

Paint a Christmas Ornament and Card with Joan Allen (Ages 18+)

Friday, November 20 | 1:00–3:00pm

At Local Color Art Gallery & Studio (1027 S Main St)

Cost: $20 + $10 non-refundable deposit upon signing up.

Sign up in-person at LCAG during regular business hours.

More information: Joan Allen, jallenart@sbcglobal.net, 573.714.8190

 

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