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Lake Of The Ozarks November Events

The Arts and the upcoming holiday season take center stage at The Lake of the Ozarks during the month of November. The first weekend in November still nods to the Harvest Season and Halloween as Captain Ron’s presents their 2nd Annual Spookfest. This Halloween party for adults awards gifts and prizes for best costumes. The Carousel of the Arts Festival, a two month long arts festival celebrating the diversity of visual arts, musical arts, performing arts and literature at Lake of the Ozarks continues through November 20th, and this weekend’s highlight is the Gallery Walk. Gallery Walk features fourteen gallery, or exhibit locations, throughout Osage Beach, representing hundreds of artists. Camden County Museum, in Linn Creek, is the place to be Saturday evening for their Dinner Theater event. Tickets are per person and doors open at 5:30 pm with dinner at 6 p.m. Curtain for John Patrick’s two act comedy, set in the New England hamlet of Beaver Haven, A Bad Year for Tomatoes is at 7 p.m. Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 573-873-5101.

November 8th has a full line up of events. Camden County Museum is another highlight this weekend with their Christmas Craft Fair. Historic downtown Linn Creek is worthy of exploration before heading to the crafter’s paradise at the museum to cross names off of your Christmas shopping list. There is no admission costs associated with this event and lunch is available for a donation. For those who want to slip on their dancing shoes, the Lion’s Club in Lake Ozark is putting on a chili supper and Big Band Dance this evening. Another option this evening, the Show-Me Showboaters Barbershop Chorus perform College Days, a reminiscent look back at those good old college years as they sing about the big game, fraternal spirit, and college romances. The performance starts at 7 p.m. at the Royal Theater on the downtown square in Versailles.

The third weekend in November offers two opportunities to give back to the community. Captain Ron’s hosts the 1st Annual Builder’s Ball for Habitat for Humanity. Builders, suppliers, and laborers will be gathering at the popular lakeside bar and grille to donate everything necessary to build the next house for Habitat. Continuing the fundraising efforts for Habitat for Humanity, the Camden County Nationals, a group of area business leaders, take on the Harlem Ambassadors on the hardwood at Camdenton High School Sunday at 3:00 p.m.. The Ambassadors bring high-energy entertainment, dazzling ball-handling tricks, high-flying slam dunks, and hilarious comedy routines to offer the freshest show basketball presentation today.

Camden County Museum continues being in the November spotlight the fourth weekend in November. Gingerbread architecture will be judged at 4 p.m. Saturday. Main Street Music Hall, a live music show, kicks off their Christmas show season this weekend and their second performance starts Saturday night at 8 p.m..

A Thanksgiving dinner at your condominium on Atlantis Island is the perfect setting to give thanks and to spend quality time with your family and loved ones. The beauty of the rugged Ozark Mountains and the waters of the Lake of the Ozarks lend a peaceful and tranquil touch to your family gathering. Nearby Osage Beach Premium Outlets are a great place to jump start your holiday shopping on Black Friday.

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