The Springfield Museum’s second floor permanent exhibit space and stairwell will be closed to the public beginning July 25, 2019, in preparation for upcoming renovation work. The first floor Kathy Jensen Gallery will remain open to the public with no change in hours.
Springfield returns to PK Park when the Eugene Emeralds team up with the City of Springfield for the annual Springfield Community Night on Sunday, August 11.
Family music time, mini golf, and the latest Springfilm are all coming up at the Springfield Public Library.
Springfield Public Library is thrilled to have local, best-selling author Will Ritter (of Jackaby fame) visiting at 6 p.m., Monday, July 22 for a special presentation and activities celebrating his new, middle-grade book Oddmire: Changeling!
The City of Springfield is accepting applications from Springfield community members to serve on the Development Code Update Project Technical Advisory Committee for the Economic Development (commercial and Industrial development) phase of the project. The City is seeking applications to fill volunteer positions representing a variety of economic development (commercial and industrial) categories.
The City of Springfield is seeking applications for volunteer positions on the Springfield Library Advisory Board. The Library Advisory Board acts as a citizen sounding board on current library department services including review of policies and procedures.
The Springfield Museum is seeking applicants with strong interest in the history and culture of Springfield to join its Museum advisory committee.
Read-a-thons, alien invasions, and a silent reading party are some of the latest activities coming up at your Springfield Public Library.
Springfield’s Mayor and City Council will continue searching for a new City Manager.Following last week’s interview process, Council directed staff to continue recruiting efforts for the next City Manager. The schedule is not yet set.
The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to present an exhibition of papercuts and drawings by artist Vicki Idema. The show will run from July 1-31, 2019 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m., Friday, July 12. The reception, which is open and free to the community, includes light refreshments and live music by Bob Ragan.