COMMUNITY MATTERS

Local Farmers' Markets

You can find locally grown vegetables and other handmade items for sale at farmers' markets that are now operating in our community.

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BOOKS & AUTHORS

Poets for A New Generation

There are hundreds of poets currently publishing, some carving out a legacy for themselves. Here is a list of poets who may well one day appear along Dickinson and Frost in poetry anthologies assigned in schools.

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LIBRARY NEWS

Start Give Ozarks Day with Yoga, Doughnuts and Dough-nations at Library Center; Spring Book Sale Achieves Record-high Sales

Come indulge in a free yoga class, or just doughnuts and coffee from 6-8 a.m. Tuesday, May 5, at the Library Center, and treat us with a “dough-nation” during the Give Ozarks fundraising blitz.

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LOCAL HISTORY

Charles Haden

Joel Haden was the first Register of the Springfield Land Office when it opened in 1835. Assisted by his son Charles, they sometimes sold "thousands of acres of land a day". Charles Haden's recollections of early Springfield and the surrounding Ozark region were reprinted when Charles became very ill in 1898.

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