The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to present two group exhibitions in City Hall over the holidays. A3 Student Art, in the Young Artists’ Gallery, features the best student work from the fall by Chandni Chand, Jennaze McPhie, Karli Flores, Kat Romig, Rae Emery and Auj McCarthy. The City Hall Gallery features the work of three Springfield Arts Commission Award winners from the Mayor’s Art Show: Dennis Werst, Jo Dunnick, and Euphemia Wesley.
The City has been working with local graphic designer Chloe Bradford to develop the Springfield Oregon Retro Art Series. The series features unique Springfield destinations such as the Springfield Flame, the Oregon Women Veterans Sculpture, and the Ken Kesey Mural in Downtown Springfield.
The Springfield Public Library is once again serving up some epic programming for the whole family.
The Springfield Public Library has been offering free bus passes to the families of Springfield Public School students to help remove barriers to access and help them get to the library as part of a grant funded pilot program called “Get On Board.”
The City of Springfield is seeking applications for three volunteer positions on the Springfield Library Advisory Board. The deadline for application is 5 p.m., Friday, December 27, 2019. The chosen applicants will complete a term that ends December 31, 2023.
The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, December 10 at Springfield City Hall (225 Fifth Street) in the Council Chambers. The community is welcome to attend.
A live-action/animated comedy film might not sound very tense but Who Framed Roger Rabbit will keep you on the ‘Edge of Your Seat’ at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, December 5 at the Wildish Community Theater.
The City of Springfield provides a leaf pickup service to residents within city limits to help prevent flooding, protect water quality and keep our neighborhood streets safe for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.
Why not write a novel in November? Springfield Public Library and their generous sponsors are offering a whole host of events including write-ins and workshops to help you write and publish that novel you have always wanted to!
Write a novel, enjoy game day, or come to storytime! Your Springfield Public Library is serving up more great, and free, activities!