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Mar 1 Opening Day of the 2019 Missouri Trout Season - March 1st marks the opening day of this years 2019 Missouri Trout Fishing Season. Large numbers of enthusiastic anglers participate in this exciting first day of the Current River Rainbow Trout fishing season in Montauk State Park. Come early to make preparations to fish. Fishing hours: 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.6:30 am to 6:00 pmMontauk State Park573-548-2201
Mar 2 Dark Night SkyEcho Bluff State Park844-322-3246
Mar 2 Miss Salem Pageant & Variety Show - Denim & Diamonds is the theme this year. Doors will open at 6:30 PM. $5 adults $3 kids 5 and up. Under age 4 is free.7:00 PMSalem Civic Theater (old city hall)
Mar 4 thru Apr 12 Art Across the Ages Exhibit - The Salem Area Arts Council is again hosting “Art Across the Ages” during the months of March and April to celebrate Youth Art Month. Talented young people and adult artists from all around the Dent County area will be displaying their works at the Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center beginning March 4, 2019. A “Meet the Artists” public reception with refreshments will be held on Monday, March 11 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 highlight this fun and exciting exhibit celebrating art that crosses the generation gap. The show will be available for viewing by the public from March 4 through April 12, 2019 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This is a wonderful activity for schools, families, as well as clubs and organizations, adults and children. Come be inspired by the marvelous artwork produced in this area and celebrate how art appreciation and artistic talent truly can span the ages. For more information or to schedule visit by a group, call the Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center at 573-729-0029 (beginning March 1) or the Salem Area Arts Council representative at 573-247-0279 (any time).9:00-5:00Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center729-0029
Mar 7 Craft NIghtEcho Bluff State Park844-322-3246
Mar 8 Trivia Night- Salem Area Community Betterment - Ten categories with ten questions in each category. Drinks and popcorn available for purchase. You may bring dinner for your table/team. New this year BYOB! $100 - up to 8 players per team.6:00Salem Community Center @ the Armory729-8163
Mar 9 Men's Trout Fishing Tournament - A trout tournament will be held for gentlemen of any age. Two classes in the tournament include fly and bait categories. Two winners in each class; heaviest trout and heaviest stringer of trout. Gift certificates will be awarded to winners. Participants can register for the tournament in Dorman L. Steelman Lodge. Tournament hours: 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.7:30am to 2 pmMontauk State Park573-548-2201
Mar 9 Murder Mystery Dinner - Join us for an Evening of Fun, Food and a Murder Saturday, March 9th at 6pm $58.95 per person Includes Cocktail Reception, Dinner, Dessert and a Murder. Reservations Required. Call 844-322-3246 to make your reservationsEcho Bluff State Park844-322-3246
Mar 13 Another Winter Sky Event - As winter winds down, you can enjoy an evening under the Moon and stars at the Sky Watch presented by the Bonebrake Center of Nature and History on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. You can see close up views of craters and mountains on the Moon using the telescopes of the Dent County Astronomers. Young visitors will get a chance to use the Bonebrake's "hand's on" telescopes. With a little coaching, our young visitors become more than visitors -- they're participants. As the twilight fades, we'll see the winter constellations of Gemini, Auriga, Canis Major, and Orion. We'll use lasers to point out the shapes of the constellations and identify the bright stars. We'll also view the beautiful cluster of stars known at the Pleiades or Seven Sisters. Then we'll see the Orion Nebula to see a star nursery with fledgling stars. And you'll get magnified views of stars like Castor, Sirius, Almach, and Betelgeuse and other interesting stars to see what distinguishes these distant suns. Maybe we'll see a passing satellite or a speeding meteor, too. All you need to bring is your imagination (and warm gloves). But you're welcome to bring your own binoculars. If time permits, we might try taking some Moon photos with your smart phone, too. We'll provide you with free astronomy information so you can continue to enjoy our nights sky after you go home. Our events welcome all ages, and we'll have some special memorabilia for youngsters. To enjoy the night sky, we need clear sky and safe footing. We'll monitor the weather as the event approaches, so be sure to check for cancellation due to unusable or unsafe conditions (call (573) 247-0279 on Wednesday afternoon, March 13, 2019 or check out the Facebook page for the Bonebrake Center of Nature and History or the Dent County Astronomers). 7:30 PMBonebrake Center of Nature and History247-0279
Mar 14 Girls Night OutSalem community center @ the Armory729-8163
Mar 15 9th Annual Road Rally Fish Fry - carry out available. Fish, chicken strips, hushpuppies, slaw, beans, corn bread. $10 all you can eat! Everyone is welcome.6:00-11:00American Legion Walker-Roney Post 99729-3710
Mar 15 thru 16 Rally in the 100 Acre Woods - more information to followDowntown Salem
Mar 16 Ladies Trout Fishing Tournament - Ladies of any age can participate in this trout fishing tournament. Participants will register at the Dorman L. Steelman Lodge. Two classes of fishing will be allotted, one for fly fishing and the other for bait fishing. Two winners in each class; heaviest trout, and heaviest stringer of trout. Gift certificates will be awarded to the winners that are redeemable for merchandise at the Montauk Lodge. Tournament hours 7:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.7:30 am to 2 pmMontauk State Park573-548-2201
Mar 17 St. Patrick's DayEcho Bluff State Park844-322-3246
Mar 18 thru 20 Head Start Recruiting - South Central Missouri Community Action Agency Early Head Start and Head Start are recruiting. This covers ages 0-3 and ages 3-5. We provide services for children with special needs or severe disabilities. Homeless and Foster children are given priority during recruitment. We are a federally funded program and services are provided at no cost to families. Transportation provided with in time limit for Head Start Programs.1405 S Wines St729-3188
Mar 19 Annual Banquet For Life - Riverways Pregnancy & Family Resource Center benefit. RSVP by March 136:00 pmSalem Community Center @ the Armory739-4673
Mar 21 Free Business Speaker Series- Missouri: Your Best Small Business Partner! - Please join us for this free educational series. Rob Dixon will present "Missouri: Your best small business partner" Rob is Director/Missouri Department of Economic Development. RSVP is requested.12:00-1:00Salem Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center729-6900
Mar 30 Community River Clean-Up - Everyone invited to join the fun! Saturday Evening meal & entertainment for participants at the Alley Spring Pavilion at 5 pm. Call Cathy Runge 323-4806 or Rick Mansfield 573-663-2269 for more information or to pre-register9:00-4:00Ozark National Scenic Riverways573-663-2269

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