The new Home Outlet store, 440 S. Range Line Road, is scheduled to have its grand opening Thursday through Saturday.
The store, which opened last month, is located between PetSmart and Party City in the North Point Mall.
The store offers flooring, cabinetry, plumbing, and window and door products as well as special financing options. If you are planning on doing a makeover with your stimulus money, put this place on your list of options to check out.
I recently visited the store to see what was on offer and was impressed with the overall presentation. By looking at their screens, you can get a real idea of what something in your home or office will look like.
Now is the right time for Home Outlet to open a store in Joplin and for new buyers who want to spruce things up in their new digs.
The Joplin real estate market is smoking hot right now.
In a recent conversation Kent Eastman, along with Keller Williams of Southwest Missouri, told me that he had never seen anything like it in the 46 years I have been doing this. Now is a great time to be a seller with market appreciation. ”
Normally there are 1000 residential properties for sale in the Joplin Market at any given time. The number is reduced to around 300 properties.
People are moving here from the west coast and elsewhere because the cost of living here is lower, Eastman said.
Heavenly Donuts, long established at 1915 S. Main St. in Joplin, extends to Webb City.
Heavenly Donuts will be opening a store in Northtown Plaza, 1010 S. Madison St.
This site was once a Domino restaurant, which has moved to 624 N. Madison.
An employee at the Joplin store said the plan was to open the new store in August.
Heavenly Donuts offers more than donuts and coffee. Discover the choices on his Facebook page.
The first Thursday ArtWalk will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at six venues in downtown Joplin. Participants are advised to use masks inside the sites, as there will likely be a mix of unvaccinated and vaccinated people present.
Donations in memory of local art advocate Jo Mueller can be placed in a donation bucket at the Urban Art Gallery or the back room of the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce. Donations will help fund art lessons for children. Make checks payable to the Spiva Center of the Arts.
Club 609 will feature Annetta Gregory with her oil paintings. Beast & Barrel welcomes Connie Miller with her paintings, “Chilling with Color”. The Urban Art Gallery presents contemporary paintings by Philip Ledbetter, “Painting in Motion”. The gallery will also present Ann Leach’s “Sea Sister Spirit Dolls”. The gallery also features works by Linda Teeter, Helen Kunze, Kristin Girard and 12 other artisans.
Ron Erwin and Thao Nguyen Photography will present photographs from their travels. Joplin Avenue Coffee Co. presents Koral Martin’s photograph, “Journeys: Near and Afar”.
The backroom of the JACC is the Artists’ Market with painters Lou Stine, Misty White, Brittney Spradling and Ginger Copeland; Shawn Riley, photography; Barbara Loiselle, ceramics; and comic book writer Dan Trogdon. The music will be by the Ozark Bards.
At the Spiva Center for the Arts, ArtWalk painters Al Gritten and Veronica Carr will be featured in the lobby. The main gallery presents “Missouri Art Now, A Bicentennial”. The regional gallery presents “Preserving the Old West” by Jim Clement. In the upstairs gallery, a reception will be hosted for Missouri Southern State University art graduates Dustin Miller, Amber Davidson, Nellie Mitchell and Taylor Jo Williams.
IF YOU HAVE ANY NEWS about anything happening on Range Line Road or Main Street, call 417-623-3480, ext. 7250, or send an email to [email protected]