2019 POLAR PLUNGE - FEBRUARY 23, 2019
This "unbearable" event is a unique opportunity to show your bravery as you support local Special Olympics athletes by walking, running or crawling into the frigid winter waters. In 2018, Lake of the Ozarks Plunge had 282 plungers and raised more than $120,400! This one-of-a-kind event promises a fun atmosphere complete with music, crazy costumes and lasting memories for everyone!
Proceeds benefit Special Olympics Missouri’s year-round program of sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. SOMO exists to provide year-round sports and training opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities and our athletes need you to get involved. Become a coach, volunteer, recruit a future athlete and learn how you can make a difference!
Location: Public Beach #2, Lake of the Ozarks Date: Feb. 23, 2019 Polar Bear Strut Registration opens: 8:30 a.m. Polar Bear Strut begins: 10 a.m. Plunge Registration opens: 12 p.m. Plunge begins: 2 p.m.
Date: Friday, February 22 Time: 5:30 PM Registration/6:30 PM Plunge Location: Osage Beach Fire Dept. House #2 on Hwy. K
The Pee Wee Plunge is open to any child through 9 years of age. There is a $25 registration fee and each PeeWee Plunger will receive an official event t-shirt. If your Plunger decides to go above and beyond with fundraising and raises $100+, he/she will receive a fun Polar Plunge prize.
Make sure you purchase your tickets in advance. If available, tickets at the door will cost $12 for Students, $14 for General Admission and $20 for Reserved. For online purchases, a service fee of $1.25 per ticket will be added to your final total.
THE ONLINE BOX OFFICE FOR THIS EVENT WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT THE NIGHT BEFORE THE EVENT.
If you purchase tickets online, you will receive your ticket via email. You MUST print the ticket(s) and bring them to the event. Your ticket will be scanned for entry. ORDER TICKETS HERE
EXPO 2019 - FEBRUARY 22-23, 2019
The Home, Business, and Lake Living EXPO is “the place to be” for the latest innovations, offerings, and ideas in the home building, landscaping and remodeling industries! Don't forget to stop by the Friday night social at 5 PM. Show hours are Friday 3PM- 7PM and Saturday 9AM - 5PM. Enter for a chance to win a $500, $300 or $200 Certificate to any Expo 2019 Exhibitor! DOWNLOAD FLYER | VISIT WEBSITE
WINTERFEST 2019 - FEBRUARY 23, 2019
Lake Ozark Daybreak Rotary presents Winterfest 2019 on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Tan Tar A Resort! Tickets are $60 a piece or a table of 10 for $600. The theme is a 90’s Party so come in your best costume! Event ticket includes buffet, live and silent auction and live 90’s band The Rosy Hips! Contact Winterfest Chair, Anna Diebold at 573-302-2241 for tickets and information! DOWNLOAD FLYER | FACEBOOK | VISIT WEBSITE
YPL 4TH ANNUAL DODGE BALL TOURNAMENT - MARCH 2, 2019
GET YOUR DODGE ON! 4th Annual YPL Dodgeball Tournament presented by Young Professionals at the Lake to benefit CADV. Entry fee is $150 for a team of 6 players. (16 years or older, co-ed required.) Entry fee includes a T-shirt for each of the six players! Shirt guaranteed to teams registered by Thursday, Feb. 14. To register a team, contact the Lake Area Chamber at 573-964-1008 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 25 DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM | DOWNLOAD SPONSORSHIP FORM
Tickets are on sale TODAY for the return of Liverpool Legends to the Main Street Music Hall
March 8th and 9th, 2019
Go to www.funlake.com and pick up a stocking stuffer for that special person in your life.
Children 12 and under $20. Adult seating $28. Adults and Children Premium Seating $33. MORE INFORMATION | FACEBOOK
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