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Sunday, Oct. 19: Table Rock Zombie 5K
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

The running trails of State Park will be riddled with the staggering corpses of the undead as runners work to stay alive for 3.11 miles! Come join us for great family fun as all chaos breaks loose for the Table Rock Zombie 5K, benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Sponsored by Dance Branson School of the Arts and State Park Marina. Do you choose to risk it all in the race as a live runner, dodging undead with cat-like agility? Or do you suit up with the inglorious brain-hungry heroes of the day as a Zombie Runner? Runners will wear flags and run the entire course (no-obstacles). Zombies will have the opportunity to run the course and grab flags...or lives from the mortal runners. 


Oct 20 - Oct 24: The Ready Now Expo
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Morningside, Home of The Jim Bakker TV Show, will host The Ready Now Expo on October 20th – October 24, 2014 with expert speakers and special guests discussing topics on survival and preparedness. Activities will begin on Monday, October 20 at 9AM with a seminar on How to Survive on Junk with guest speaker Bill Whaley. A variety of educational seminars throughout the week will include Basics of Emergency Care with Dr. James Caesar, First Response to Survival with Darren Parker, Farming for Life & Gardening Basics with John Musser, Canning Food with Teresa Musser, Dome Home Living with Ray Ansel and other interesting topics.  The Jim Bakker TV Show, hosted by Jim and Lori Bakker, will be taped at 11:30AM each day with special guests William Fortschen, Mark Biltz,  John Kilpatrick, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and John Shorey. Evening services will continue at 7PM each night.  Morningside is located, just a short drive from Branson, on Hwy. 86 and Hwy 13. in Blue Eye, Missouri. Admission is free to all events.  For more information, browse their website at www.jimbakkershow.com or call 417 779-9000.  


Saturday, Oct. 25: Farm to Fork
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Join us for an educational opportunity rarely offered, a day of farm-to-table cooking with award-winning Executive Chef Robert Stricklin. The cost is $89 ++ (service charge and tax) per person and includes a Welcome Reception, garden tour, cooking school and Nature’s Harvest Lunch. Seating is limited, call now to reserve your space.


Friday, Oct. 31: Safe Street Trick or Treat at Branson Landing
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Calling all ghosts, goblins, pirates and princesses. It's your turn to Trick or Treat up and down Branson Landing's Trick or Treat Street! This will be the 8th Annual Safe Street Trick or Treat for Branson Landing merchants to participate in and it’s taking place on Wednesday, October 31st! This safe Halloween alternative is exclusively for children in costume up to age 12. Don’t miss the Branson Landing Queen in Town Square with gobs of goodies and be sure to visit the businesses with the Halloween PUMPKIN Signs in their windows – as those signs will mark the participating “Trick or Treat” businesses, located up and down the Branson Landing Promenade. Stay for the MONSTER MASH STREET DANCE beginning at 7:00 PM after Trick or Treating finishes! Happening in Town Square, this Halloween Dance will be DJ’ed by SRM Productions! It’s going to be a BOO-TACULAR Good Time!!


Friday, Oct. 31: TangerStyle or Treat
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

"TangerStyle or Treat" on Halloween at Tanger Outlets. Bring the kids to Tanger Outlets between 5:00pm and 7:00pm. Treats for the children and TangerStyle coupons for Mom and Dad!


Nov 1 - Dec 30: An Old Time Christmas
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

One of the nation’s most acclaimed Christmas festivals presents: • NEW: Holly Jolly Christmas Light Parade featuring Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer & Friends as they celebrate 50 years and glowing! • Two original musical productions: It’s a Wonderful Life, adapted from the Frank Capra classic, and the acclaimed production A Dickens’ Christmas Carol • The Christmas on Main Street light & sound show featuring the 5-Story Special Effects Christmas Tree • 5 million lights, holiday shows, a musical Living Nativity, rides, shopping and legendary Silver Dollar City dining