Calendar

Jan
29
Wed
This and That…Here and There @ West Plains Civic Center
Jan 29 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Go Farm Farmers Market @ Endurance Church
Jan 29 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Jan
30
Thu
Project Homeless Connect @ Ozark Action, Inc.
Jan 30 all-day

Project Homeless Connect is designed to assist individuals who are homeless, under-housed or at risk of becoming homeless.  The resource available are to help individuals obtain housing or at least get headed in the right direction to obtain housing.

Birth certificates, medical screenings, coats, blankets, haircuts and hygiene items are examples of items which have been offered in the pat by organizations participating in the event.  Information about programs, including to address issues with employment, substance abuse, mental health, disabilities and housing are also available during the event.  Contact Tara Collins at OAI, 256-6147 for more information.

Quilting & Textile Arts Competition Show @ Harlin Museum
Jan 30 all-day

Entry Dates: Friday, January 17th & Saturday, January 18th, 2020 (12 pm – 4 pm) at the Harlin Museum’s Hathcock Gallery, located at 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775

Entry Fee: 1 entry – $20.00; 2 entries – $30.00, 3 entries – $35.00, 4 entries – $40. Enter 4 pieces; get 5th entry FREE! Limit 5 entries per artist. Cash or check only; make checks payable to the Harlin Museum.

Categories: Amount of entries will determine categories. Artisans can enter any kind of textile item, to include, but not limited to: quilts, afghans, crocheted & hand-knitted articles, embroidery, hand-woven items, wool felting projects, lacework, applique, handmade textile apparel, etc.

Over $500 value in total prizes are to be awarded in multiple categories. Also included are special honor awards and, new this year, the Carrie A. Warren-Gentry Talent in Textile Arts Memorial Award for Youth, a special $100 memorial award for the Youth Category, which is open to ages 17 and younger.

Guidelines: Any type of quilt or type of textile art is eligible. All pieces must be original works of the artist entering. All work must not have previously been in a Harlin Museum Competition Show. All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, and application of technical skill.

All entries that need special support to display item must have the support base accompanying the article. Designer clothing must have the proper hangers to assist in displaying the items. All hangers and display supports will be returned to owners at the end of the show with their entries.

Competition pieces will be released for pickup at 3pm on Sunday, February 9th, 2020 and must be picked up from the museum by the Sunday of the following week, during regular hours of operation, or will become property of the museum.

Sales: Entries may be offered for sale during the dates of the show; the Harlin Museum is entitled to a 30% commission on all sales made during the dates of the show exhibit.
Reception: Gala Nite at the Museum will host the show’s Award’s Reception for artists on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (5-7pm) at the museum. Open to the public; refreshments and drinks will be served.

Sponsors: The Harlin Museum’s Annual Quilting & Textile Arts Competition Show is sponsored by local businesses, the Harlin Museum’s Patrons, and the James P. Harlin Foundation Board
of Directors. Proceeds from the show go towards the museum’s maintenance and the continuation of it’s cultural & educational programming.

Points of Contact:
Cleo Cockrum, Harlin Museum Gallery Manager Email: [email protected]
Vicki Warren-Martin, Harlin Museum Board President
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: 870-706-7863
Museum Desk: (417) 256-7801 Website: harlinmuseum.com FB:@HarlinMuseumWP

This and That…Here and There @ West Plains Civic Center
Jan 30 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
OMC Topping Out Ceremony
Jan 30 @ 4:30 pm

Join OMC for their Topping Out Ceremony to celebrate the placement of the final beam in the construction of the future OMC Women’s Center.

 

Free Fitness Exercise Classes @ MU Extension Office
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Howell County MU Extension office will offer an eight session low impact strength training, flexibility and balance class at the MU Extension office.

These classes are designed for adults who want to start exercising or those who have not exercised recently in a comfortable group setting.

The classes will begin January 13 from 5:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. every Monday and Thursday until February 10 (no class January 20).

To register call 256-2391.

The Amelia Network Meetup
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm

OzSBI is proud to be a part of The Amelia Network, a local networking group for women in business and leadership positions in the West Plains region and surrounding communities.

Join The Amelia Network for a Happy Half-Hour on January 30th at Ostermeier Brewing Company in West Plains! You’re invited to join in a planning discussion for meetups and events in 2020, enjoy refreshments, network and more beginning at 5 p.m. For more information, please visit The Amelia Network’s Facebook Group here. To help with planning, please pre-register below to attend.

Deadline to register is Tuesday, January 28.

Jan
31
Fri
Quilting & Textile Arts Competition Show @ Harlin Museum
Jan 31 all-day

Entry Dates: Friday, January 17th & Saturday, January 18th, 2020 (12 pm – 4 pm) at the Harlin Museum’s Hathcock Gallery, located at 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775

Entry Fee: 1 entry – $20.00; 2 entries – $30.00, 3 entries – $35.00, 4 entries – $40. Enter 4 pieces; get 5th entry FREE! Limit 5 entries per artist. Cash or check only; make checks payable to the Harlin Museum.

Categories: Amount of entries will determine categories. Artisans can enter any kind of textile item, to include, but not limited to: quilts, afghans, crocheted & hand-knitted articles, embroidery, hand-woven items, wool felting projects, lacework, applique, handmade textile apparel, etc.

Over $500 value in total prizes are to be awarded in multiple categories. Also included are special honor awards and, new this year, the Carrie A. Warren-Gentry Talent in Textile Arts Memorial Award for Youth, a special $100 memorial award for the Youth Category, which is open to ages 17 and younger.

Guidelines: Any type of quilt or type of textile art is eligible. All pieces must be original works of the artist entering. All work must not have previously been in a Harlin Museum Competition Show. All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, and application of technical skill.

All entries that need special support to display item must have the support base accompanying the article. Designer clothing must have the proper hangers to assist in displaying the items. All hangers and display supports will be returned to owners at the end of the show with their entries.

Competition pieces will be released for pickup at 3pm on Sunday, February 9th, 2020 and must be picked up from the museum by the Sunday of the following week, during regular hours of operation, or will become property of the museum.

Sales: Entries may be offered for sale during the dates of the show; the Harlin Museum is entitled to a 30% commission on all sales made during the dates of the show exhibit.
Reception: Gala Nite at the Museum will host the show’s Award’s Reception for artists on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (5-7pm) at the museum. Open to the public; refreshments and drinks will be served.

Sponsors: The Harlin Museum’s Annual Quilting & Textile Arts Competition Show is sponsored by local businesses, the Harlin Museum’s Patrons, and the James P. Harlin Foundation Board
of Directors. Proceeds from the show go towards the museum’s maintenance and the continuation of it’s cultural & educational programming.

Points of Contact:
Cleo Cockrum, Harlin Museum Gallery Manager Email: [email protected]
Vicki Warren-Martin, Harlin Museum Board President
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: 870-706-7863
Museum Desk: (417) 256-7801 Website: harlinmuseum.com FB:@HarlinMuseumWP

This and That…Here and There @ West Plains Civic Center
Jan 31 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm