Get crazy this Saturday night, May 31, at 10:30 p.m. as Branson concludes the Ozark Mountain Shindig Spring Celebration by hosting an attempt to break the record for the world’s longest shindig line dance!
You’re invited to line the sidewalks of Highway 76 all the way from Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre to Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and dance the night away with an original song written by the Hughes Brothers & Family that highlights out the unique cultural sound of music from the Ozarks.
Just tune your radio to My 100.1 radio to hear the Shindig Shuffle played at 10:30 p.m.,10:35 p.m. and 10:40 p.m.
Don’t know how to do the Shindig Shuffle? You have two options. One — just shuffle around and pretend like you know what you’re doing, or two — check out this instructional video from the “it” Show in Branson. You can also visit OzarkMountainShindig.com to watch the Shindig Shuffle music video on YouTube.
Have fun and send us your selfies and videos!
If you’re searching for that delicious and traditional Thai flavor while you’re in Branson, look no further than Thai Thai Cuisine. Located right off Highway 76 in the shopping plaza next to Dixie Stampede, this place is definitely a gem!
I had the Pad Thai and it was a delicious combination of noodles, chicken and vegetables paired with a creamy thai sauce and then topped off with tasty crushed peanuts. Dare I say it — perfection!
The restaurant is very clean and sports a unique, yet casual, ethnic atmosphere that might just make you forget you’re in Branson, Missouri. Not to mention, the diverse menu of tasty entrees and vegetarian options will leave you at a loss for what to try next!
The portion sizes may be a bit large, but who’s going to complain about getting two meals out of one?
With all of that mouth-watering goodness, quick, attentive service and more than fair prices, you’re bound to make a second (or third) visit back.
I know my heart is set on the Pad Thai but let us know what dish your taste buds fall for at Thai Thai Cuisine!
This Branson restaurant is open Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for lunch and 4:30 p.m.-9 p.m. for dinner, and Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for lunch and 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. for dinner.
Starting May 17, get ready for the new, mouthwatering opening of Kilwins, a candy shop known for its delicious chocolates, creamy fudge, crunchy brittles and more, now located at the Branson Landing! These handcrafted candies have been delighting sweet teeth everywhere since 1947 when Don and Katy Kilwin first opened the their shop in Petoskey, MI.
Indulge yourself with the new Mackinac Island Fudge made from Single Origin Dominican Republic chocolate, pick up a few of your favorite, creamy everyday truffles, or maybe you’d like the crisp and delicious hand-dipped caramel apples.
If you’re feeling generous, you can also pick up a pre-made gift basket filled with an assortment of Kilwins signature items for any special event or candy lover in your life.
Don’t miss out on the new Kilwins location at the Branson Landing, Center Suite 813, next to Bath & Body works. If you don’t find yourself in a sugar coma, let us know about all the incredibly delicious treats you discovered!
For more information about the Kilwins Branson location, visit http://www.kilwins.com/branson.
Grab your family, some trail mix, and your GPS for the treasure hunting adventure known as geocaching!
Geocaching is a free, outdoor recreational activity that has gained popularity over the past several years and serves as a great sightseeing excursion for visitors in Branson. If you’ve never heard of it, get ready to discover the next best thing. It’s like hunting for Easter eggs – but better.
How it works
Geocaching was first started in May of 2000 by Dave Ulmer. It was based on the simple rule of “find some stuff, leave some stuff.” You can read the full story in detail at http://www.geocaching.com/about/history.aspx, but the game is simple.
First you register online at http://www.geocaching.com for a free basic membership. After that, you will have access to the GPS coordinates of hidden caches all over the Branson area. Just choose one and plug the coordinates into your GPS. You’re bound to find yourself hiking all over the Branson terrain to find it!
Most caches are containers filled with goodies left there from previous geocachers. Once you locate one, satisfy your curiosity and open it up. Take one object and leave something of your own for others to discover.
To end your hunt, sign the logbook on http://www.geocaching.com/ and post pictures of your adventure for others to see.
A popular cache in Branson is the Dewey Bald Cache, located just off the Dewey Bald Trail in Henning Conservation Area. The trail is moderately easy to navigate for both children and adults, and the view of the Ozark Mountains from the Lookout Tower is fantastic!
A list of caches in Branson is available here to start you off on your expedition: http://www.geocaching.com/bookmarks/view.aspx?guid=47d99609-00f1-4cba-9839-e38109143f36.
Truly experience the natural beauty of Branson with this free outdoor adventure and let us know what you find on your next treasure hunt!