Stephens Lake Park Plant Sale

The annual Stephens Lake Park Arboretum Plant sale is here at last. Come on by on May 7th between 8am and 1pm to get yourself some nice native plants, along with some rare and unusual trees and Shrubs. The sale benefits the Stephens Lake Park Arboretum. In case of rain, the sale will be moved under the Happy Hollow Shelter at Stephens Lake Park.

That’s What She Said

Join the Missouri Theatre, on April 15th, for the That’s What She Said performances. Part TED Talk, part Vagina Monologue, the She Said Project brings the voices of local women to the stage as they share intimate stories. Sometimes funny, often moving, but always powerful, these stories highlight the contributions that women make in their communities and the world. We have 10 local women coming to the stage to talk about their struggles, successes, joys, and hardships. So, come on down and celebrate the women of Columbia. 25% of the show’s ticket sales will also benefit True North. For more information, check out there website by clicking the link.

Visual Art & Design Showcase

We love to support the student of the University, so why not join them for the Visual Art & Design Showcase. Mizzou undergrads will be displaying their works at the Columbia Art League from April 17-19th. They will also be their in person to discuss their artistic works. The display will be open during business hours at the Columbia Art League. For more information, check out the link.

Tea and Haiku

If you are looking for an evening of relaxing creativity, look no further than Daniel Boone Public Library’s Tea and Haiku night. Christine Boyle will guide you through an hour of Haiku writing with a nice cup of tea. No need to register for this one, just come in and have fun. It will be held on April 11th from 7-8pm. For more information, click here.

Party With the Stars

Venus and Mars will both be visible in the early April night sky and the Daniel Boone Public Library is putting on an event to take full advantage. Join them on April 7th from 7:30-9:30pm for an evening under the stars. You will start inside with a slide show talking about the planets you are about to view, followed by a telescopic viewing of the night’s sky. If you are interested, click the link to register.

Black History & Culture Trivia Night

Join the Columbia public Library for their Black History & Culture Trivia Night. There will questions about music, local and world history, sports, art, literature and more. It will be great fun and a great learning experience. And don’t worry, there will be plenty of mulligans. They will also be providing food and prizes for the winning team. Check out their website for more information.

True/False Film Festival

Hey everyone, the True/False Film Festival is back. From March 2nd through the 5th, they will be showing some of this year’s best nonfiction films. They will also have concerts, immersive art installations, and (if you are up for it) late night parties. It is going to be an incredible event, so don’t miss out and come on down to watch some awesome films. More information can be found here.