Jesus at Sight and Sound Theater in Branson, MO His life, His struggles, and His miracles
April thru October 2021
2 Nights Lodging at Grand Oaks Hotel
Sight and Sound Theatre Presents : Jesus
Clay Cooper Country Express
College of the Ozarks Tour
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Grand Oaks Hotel – Luxurious Rooms with Complimentary Hot Breakfast, interior corridors, elevators, contactless electronic locks. This 2 building property has indoor & outdoor pools, indoor hot tubs, sun deck, fitness room, guest laundry, free wireless internet, conference rooms, hospitality room. Every room has refrigerator with microwave for your added comfort.
Sight and Sound Present: Jesus – See the struggles and miracles performed by Jesus on stage! This rousing show follows the history of Jesus, from his humble beginnings as the ‘son of a carpenter’ to the miracles that he performed. Along the way, you will witness Jesus perform miracles from saving fisherman to touching the lives of those who need God the most. Meet Peter, Mary Magdalene, Nicodemus, and many more who are intertwined with the works of Jesus. Sparking inspiration around the world with his message of love and salvation, Jesus brings Christianity to the forefront and helps to establish the word of God within Jerusalem and beyond.
Clay Cooper Country Express – Clay and his cast of 24 incredible entertainers show their versatility while performing all styles of music including country, rock n roll, gospel, and patriotic. The singing, dancing, and hysterical comedy will keep you on the edge of your seat
from start to finish! Clay and his gang guarantee a family-friendly show great for all ages! Clay Cooper’s Country Express is MORE than country!
College of the Ozarks Tour – Founded in 1906 by Presbyterian minister Reverend James Forsythe as a high school called The School of the Ozarks, the institution became a junior college in 1956 before becoming a four-year bachelor’s program in 1965. The institution provides the opportunity for full-time students to work at one of more than 100 campus jobs or industries to help pay for part of their cost of education. The remaining portion of the students’ expenses is covered through scholarships provided by gifts and contributions from donors who believe in and support the programs and policies of the College. These programs allow C of O to operate as a no-tuition college, and also earned the nickname “Hardwork U”. The tour includes visiting the Williams Memorial Chapel, Greenhouses, Mill, and the Fruitcake and Jelly Kitchen.
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