Sat21May20168:30 amGalloway Station Bar and Grill
13th Annual Red Ribbon Ride Presented by Grove Pharmacy
Saturday, May 21, 2016
- 30 and 50 Mile Rides Begin at 8:30 am
- 7 Mile Ride begins @ 10:30 am
- Ride begins and ends at Galloway Station Bar and Grill
- Lunch and after party begins at Galloway Station Bar and Grill on Republic Road
- All Rides are Road Rides (Sorry no access to trails for the kiddos)
- Fully Stocked Rest Stops
- AFTER-PARTY BEGINS AT NOON
- Food and Drinks provided by Galloway Station And Mother's beer
Check our the Red ribbon Ride site for more information and to register
Sat01Oct20169:00 amPhelps Grove ParkStrap on your sneakers and leash up your dogs, it’s time for the 23rd annual AIDS Walk, presented by our dear friends Grove Pharmacy and Grove Spa. Join us on Saturday October 1st along with Grove Pharmacy, loads of vendors, and carnival fun we will have an amazing special guests this year Alison Arngrim! Alison is best known for her portrayal of the one you loved to hate, Nellie Oelson on Little House on the Prairie, but Alison is so much more than her iconic character, she is a long time activist and supporter of those living with HIV, a beautiful soul, and she is brilliantly funny too boot!To make things more fun at this year’s event feel free to dress your dogs up like Nellie Oelson and see if they can win the best B contest! Let Alison judge your pooches to see which one meets her Nellie seal of approval! Dog parade and costume contest is immediately following the walk!
This is one great event you won’t want to miss! Registration starts at 9:00am and the walk starts at 10:ooam. Meet Alison, get in a nice walk, take home prizes, t-shirts and memories for a lifetime!Don’t forget to buy your tickets for her One Woman Comedy show later that night at the beautiful and historic Gillioz Theatre!
Sat01Oct20167:00 pmHistoric Gillioz Theatre
A Night at the Gillioz with Alison Arngrim
Arngrim is best known for her role as Nellie Oleson in the long-running hit television series “Little House On The Prairie” that continues to entertain audiences in syndication. Embracing her role as the mean-spirited rival on the show, Arngrim has become a New York Times Best Selling author with “Confessions of A Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned To Love Being Hated”. She continues to amuse audiences through her many film, television, stage and multi-media appearances.
Her one woman show “Confessions From The Prairie” has become a world-wide phenomenon, having been performed to packed houses in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Green Bay, San Francisco, Seattle, and in France, where Arngrim performs entirely in French to standing room only crowds.
In addition to her entertainment career, Arngrim has a long history of activism. In 1986, when her friend and “Little House husband” co-star, Steve Tracy, passed away due to complications of HIV/AIDS, Arngrim immediately began volunteering at AIDS Project Los Angeles. From 1989-1993 she served as Program Manager at Tuesday’s Child, an organization assisting children and families affected by HIV and AIDS. She currently serves as California Chair, National Spokesperson and Founding Board Member on The National Association to Protect Children, or PROTECT.org, fighting to give children a legal and political voice in the war against child abuse.
Arngrim will sign pictures and copies of her book in the lobby after the performance.
AIDS Project of the Ozarks sponsors the evening, and proceeds benefit APO’s efforts to provide medical, testing, and educational services in 29 counties in Southwest Missouri. Grove Pharmacy and Grove Spa are additional sponsors of the event.
Tickets for Alison Arngrim – Confessions From The Prairie go on sale at 10AM on Friday, September 2 at the Gillioz Box Office at 417.863.9491 or online at WWW.GILLIOZ.ORG. Ticket prices begin at $17. The performance is Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 7PM, with doors opening at 6PM. This performance is intended for mature audiences, and contains adult themes and language.
Thu01Dec20166:00 pmGillioz Theatre