The Springfield Public Library is excited to announce the winners of its 39th annual Bookmark Contest! The library received 1,800 entries and chose 18 winners.
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The Springfield Public Library’s 9th Annual Books & Brew event will take place at 6 p.m., Saturday, January 25. This casual and fun event brings community members together among the stacks of the Springfield Public Library to enjoy an evening of games and auction items.
The City of Springfield will be hosting the Springfield City Manager Recruitment’s Community Engagement Event from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, January 16 at Springfield City Hall located at 225 Fifth Street in Springfield. This will be an informal meet and greet to provide community members with an opportunity to interact with the candidates for Springfield City [...]
Mayor Christine Lundberg honored three Spirit of Springfield recipients at the 2020 State of the City Address held on Monday, January 13.
The City is seeking applications for three open positions on the Springfield Budget Committee and one position on the Springfield Economic Development Agency’s Budget Committee. The deadline for submitting applications is 5 p.m., February 10, 2020.
Mindfulness and meditation and bilingual story time are some of the programs you'll find at the Springfield Public Library this January.
The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to feature the work of three Springfield Arts Commission Award winners from the Mayor’s Art Show in the City Hall Gallery: Dennis Werst, Jo Dunnick, and Euphemia Wesley.
Community members are invited to attend this free event to learn more about what has been done and what’s to come for Springfield, Oregon. Additionally, the Mayor will honor three Spirit of Springfield Award recipients.
Free movie for teens, celebrating authors, and Saturday stories are all coming up at your Springfield Public Library.
The 22nd annual MLK March and Celebration showcases the achievements and talents of local students. It's a celebration recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through K-12 student entries of essays, speeches, poetry, and art. The theme for this year’s event is “Justice for Everyone.”