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A view of Ruth and Paul Henning Conservation Area in Taney County.
On March 20 at the Missouri Department Conservation's Springfield Conservation Nature Center, people can enjoy the nature-themed music and photography of performing artist Lloyd Grotjan.

MDC invites public to Springfield Nature Center event on March 20 that blends music with a love of the outdoors

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Southwest
Mar 12, 2020

UPDATE: MDC HAS CANCELLED THIS PROGRAM/EVENT TO HELP PROTECT THE PUBLIC AMID ONGOING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CONCERNS.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – On March 20, people can enjoy a free program that will help them get in tune with the outdoors.

On that date, performing artist Lloyd Grotjan will combine more than 40 years of his work as a musician and nature photographer in the program “Nature Art: Part of the Circle” at the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Springfield Conservation Nature Center. This free program, which is for ages 12-adult, will be from 7-8:30 p.m. Grottjan will perform music from his albums “Song of the Ozark Plateau” and “Twelve Moons.” Grottjan will perform live while immersed in dissolving color images, providing the audience with a feast of sound, sight, color, and emotion. People can register for this program at:

https://mdc-event-web.s3licensing.com/Event/EventDetails/172735

For more information about this program or other upcoming events at the nature center, call 417-888-4237. MDC’s Springfield Conservation Nature Center is located in southeast Springfield at 4601 S. Nature Center Way. More information about other upcoming events at the nature center or other MDC facilities can be found at www.mdc.mo.gov/southwestevents.

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