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• Woman’s Club of Joplin Club Day luncheon, noon, Twin Hills Country Club, 2019 S. Country Club Drive. Judy Killion, owner and designer from The Curly Willow, will present a program featuring fresh and artificial flowers, fine gifts, clothing and accessories. Hostesses will be Janet Emmert and Terry Holman. Reservations are required. Cost: $13. Details: 417-206-2353.

• Molly the Fire Safety Dog, 4 p.m., Joplin Public Library, 1901 E. 20th St. Firefighter Dayna Hilton and her Dalmatian sidekick, Molly, will read from “Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog.” Program includes fire safety songs, Molly’s demonstration of how to “crawl low under smoke” and Hilton and Molly administering the Junior Firefighter Oath. Photos with Molly are available. Free event sponsored by Joplin Public Library, the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation and State Farm. Details: 417-623-7953,tbenham@joplinpubliclibrary.org.

• First Friday Wine Share, 6 to 8:30 p.m., downtown Joplin. Downtown Joplin Alliance hosts monthly networking opportunity. Event is held in rotating locations and sponsored by various local businesses. Free to attend, and anyone 21 or older is welcome. Bring a glass and a bottle of wine or craft beer to share. Details:

• “Anything Goes,” 7:30 p.m., Joplin Little Theatre, 3009 W. First St. Play follows Billy Crocker aboard London-bound S.S. American, where he’s stowed away to be near the unsuspecting object of his affections, Hope Harcourt. With Hope engaged to another passenger, and Billy chased by his besotted friend Reno Sweeney, madcap antics trail in their wake. Tickets: $18, $15 for seniors and students, $8 for children 12 and younger. Details: 417-623-3638.

• “Ghosts,” 7:30 p.m., Bud Walton Theatre, MSSU campus. Henrik Ibsen’s work about the corrosive effects of the past on the present, translated by Arthur Kopit and directed by Jim Lile. Tickets: $7, $5 for seniors and students. Details: 417-625-9393, lile-a@mssu.edu.

• CARTHAGE, Mo. — “The Art of Quilting” opening reception, 6 p.m., ArtCentral, 1110 E. 13th St. Fiber art entries were chosen by juror Michele Hansford, former director of Powers Museum in Carthage. Artists will be named and honored with cash awards. Regional juried exhibition will be on display through Sunday, Nov. 18, underwritten by Edward Jones Financial Advisors. Details: 417-358-4404.

• CARTHAGE, Mo. — First Friday Singing, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., 2320 S. Grand Ave. Local and regional artists will attend, including Crawford & Co. and Kelly & King. Details: 417-529-9569.

• NEVADA, Mo. — Mo-Kan Square Dancers dance, 7:30 to 10 p.m., Home Ec building, Vernon County Fairgrounds. Jay Wright will call. Dance marks halfway point for dance students. Everyone welcome. Cost: $5, $3 for kids. Details: 417-465-2241, 417-321-3226, 417-667-3069.

• STELLA, Mo. — Senior dinner and dance, 5:30 p.m., Stella Senior Center, 719 Carter. Chicken dinner will be served. McDonald County Country Band will play at 7 p.m. for $4. Refreshments available all evening. Details: 417-628-3314.

• BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — Community singing, 7 p.m., New Beginnings Fellowship, 320 W. Fifth. All are welcome to bring a song, a friend and snacks for fellowship to follow the singing. Details: 620-202-2435.

• FORT SCOTT, Kan. — Lem Sheppard concert, 6 p.m., Heritage Park Pavilion, Fort Scott Community College campus. Free outdoor concert is part of Gordon Parks Celebration, and includes food vendors, art activities, movie clips and more. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair. Details: 620-223-2700, ext. 5850, gordonparkscenter@fortscott.edu.

• Brent Giddens & The VCR Band, variety country, 8 p.m., Legends Sports Bar, Downstream Casino Resort, U.S. Highway 400 and Downstream Blvd. Also The Widowmakers, rockabilly, 7:30 p.m., Lover’s Leap Lounge. Details: 918-919-6000 or 888-396-7876.

• The Koffin Kats with Ruby Wrath and The Rebel Hearts, 10 p.m., Blackthorn Pizza & Pub, 510 S. Joplin Ave. Details: 417-623-2485.

• SENECA, Mo. — Southern Tradition, 7 p.m., Pam’s Place, 2097 Marla Lane. Doors open at 6 p.m. for 10-year anniversary show. Details: 417-455-3735.

• PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Vanished, 8 p.m., The Corral at Kansas Crossing Casino, 1275 S. Highway 69. Details: 620-231-3100.

• WYANDOTTE, Okla. — Bobby D, 8 p.m., Club 60 West Bar, River Bend Casino, 100 Jackpot Place. Free show is for guests 18 and older. Details: 918-678-4946.

• WYANDOTTE, Okla. — Chris Hyde, 9 p.m., Indigo Sky Casino, 70220 Highway 60. Details: 918-666-9352.


• Wizarding 5K run and festival, 7:30 a.m., 511 S. Main St. Participants will journey through town accompanied by wizardly sights and sounds and a detour through a dark alley. One-mile fun run begins at 7:30 a.m.; 5K begins at 8 a.m. Costumes are encouraged. Participants receive an event T-shirt, custom wand and free butter beer, courtesy of Instant Karma. Festival features cauldron coffee and hot chocolate from Copper Canyon Coffee Roasters, breakfast/brunch menu at Instant Karma, booth vendors selling pastries and crafts, a dueling wizards performance, story time and more. Hosted by Starlit Running Company. Details: starlitrunningco@gmail.com.

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