Events

HEC-TV provides an all-inclusive St. Louis calendar in order to promote our mission of “strengthening the education, arts, and cultural communities in the St. Louis metropolitan area.” It includes art openings, live music, educational events, and more.

If your non-profit venue, educational institution, or jazz group would like to be included on the HEC-TV events calendar – contact John Baker at john@hectv.org for jazz or amanda@hectv.org for all other events.

December 2017
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  • 30th Saturday
  • 31st Sunday
  • December 5 | 10 AM–5 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 6 | 10 AM–5 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 6 | 11 AM - 6 PM

    Lives Lived Together

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    The Gallery at the Kranzberg Arts Center will present its final exhibit of 2017, Lives Lived Together, a collaborative installation by two local artists, Kat Douglas and Sukanya Mani from Friday, November 3 through Saturday, December 30.

  • December 6 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 7 | 10 AM–5 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 7 | NOON – 5 PM

    Steve McCurry: The Importance of Elsewhere

    The Sheldon

    Documentary photographer and storyteller Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for almost 40 years. His work spans conflicts, ancient traditions and contemporary culture from six continents - yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of a young Afghan girl, published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, so powerful. Tuesdays, noon – 8 p.m. ; Wednesdays - Fridays, noon – 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • December 7 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 7 | 11 AM - 6 PM

    Lives Lived Together

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    The Gallery at the Kranzberg Arts Center will present its final exhibit of 2017, Lives Lived Together, a collaborative installation by two local artists, Kat Douglas and Sukanya Mani from Friday, November 3 through Saturday, December 30.

  • December 7 | 5 PM - 10 PM

    Brewery Lights

    Anheuser-Busch

    Every guest (21+ Only) will recieve a wristband for five 5oz. samples of their favorite beer! We'll have non-alcoholic beverages for everyone else. Walk around and enjoy all the amazing lights, our fire pits, the Bud Light Ice Rink, the Budweiser Clydesdales and SO MUCH MORE!

  • December 7 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 7 | 10 AM - 4 PM

    Tailored Landscapes

    Laumeier Sculpture Park

    For the 2017 Kranzberg Exhibition Series, conceptual artist Yvonne Osei creates a large-scale photo installation to occupy the breadth and width of the indoor gallery at Laumeier Sculpture Park, constructing an environment where textile creates landscape.

  • December 7 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 7 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 7 | 5 - 10 PM

    Garden Glow

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    Celebrate the season with more than one million dazzling lights, fun new experiences and traditional favorites. Enjoy s'mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages. Garden Glow tickets now include admission to our Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show!

  • December 7 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 7 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 8 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 8 | 10 AM–9 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 8 | NOON – 5 PM

    Steve McCurry: The Importance of Elsewhere

    The Sheldon

    Documentary photographer and storyteller Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for almost 40 years. His work spans conflicts, ancient traditions and contemporary culture from six continents - yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of a young Afghan girl, published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, so powerful. Tuesdays, noon – 8 p.m. ; Wednesdays - Fridays, noon – 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • December 8 | 11 AM - 9 PM

    Lives Lived Together

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    The Gallery at the Kranzberg Arts Center will present its final exhibit of 2017, Lives Lived Together, a collaborative installation by two local artists, Kat Douglas and Sukanya Mani from Friday, November 3 through Saturday, December 30.

  • December 8 | 5 PM - 10 PM

    Brewery Lights

    Anheuser-Busch

    Every guest (21+ Only) will recieve a wristband for five 5oz. samples of their favorite beer! We'll have non-alcoholic beverages for everyone else. Walk around and enjoy all the amazing lights, our fire pits, the Bud Light Ice Rink, the Budweiser Clydesdales and SO MUCH MORE!

  • December 8 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 8 | 10 AM - 4 PM

    Tailored Landscapes

    Laumeier Sculpture Park

    For the 2017 Kranzberg Exhibition Series, conceptual artist Yvonne Osei creates a large-scale photo installation to occupy the breadth and width of the indoor gallery at Laumeier Sculpture Park, constructing an environment where textile creates landscape.

  • December 8 | 10 AM–9 PM

    Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics is a photographic exploration of cutting-edge industrial and scientific research spaces. In over 35 works created within the past decade, the celebrated German artist Thomas Struth ambitiously takes technology and engineering as his overarching subject. With vivid color and monumental scale, he investigates the fascinating complexities of sites where knowledge, ambition, and imagination are advanced.

  • December 8 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 8 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 8 | 5 - 10 PM

    Garden Glow

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    Celebrate the season with more than one million dazzling lights, fun new experiences and traditional favorites. Enjoy s'mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages. Garden Glow tickets now include admission to our Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show!

  • December 8 | 10 AM - 9 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 8 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 8 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 9 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 9 | 10 AM–5 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 9 | 10 AM – 2 PM

    Steve McCurry: The Importance of Elsewhere

    The Sheldon

    Documentary photographer and storyteller Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for almost 40 years. His work spans conflicts, ancient traditions and contemporary culture from six continents - yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of a young Afghan girl, published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, so powerful. Tuesdays, noon – 8 p.m. ; Wednesdays - Fridays, noon – 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • December 9 | 10AM - 5PM

    Lives Lived Together

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    The Gallery at the Kranzberg Arts Center will present its final exhibit of 2017, Lives Lived Together, a collaborative installation by two local artists, Kat Douglas and Sukanya Mani from Friday, November 3 through Saturday, December 30.

  • December 9 | 5 PM - 10 PM

    Brewery Lights

    Anheuser-Busch

    Every guest (21+ Only) will recieve a wristband for five 5oz. samples of their favorite beer! We'll have non-alcoholic beverages for everyone else. Walk around and enjoy all the amazing lights, our fire pits, the Bud Light Ice Rink, the Budweiser Clydesdales and SO MUCH MORE!

  • December 9 | 1 PM - 5 PM

    The Great St. Louis Czech Beer Festival

    American Czech Educational Center

    Czech food, pastries, pivo, music and more. Free Admission - Free parking. All indoors with easy access.

  • December 9 | 11 AM - 4 PM

    Holidays in Old North

    Old North St. Louis Restoration Group

    Handmade, vintage, arts, and local vendors will be located in the shops along N. 14th Street for all of your holiday shopping needs and caroling groups will provide periodic entertainment. A few food options will be on hand including our own local favorites, Crown Candy Kitchen and La Mancha Coffeehouse.

  • December 9 | 4 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 9 | 10 AM - 4 PM

    Tailored Landscapes

    Laumeier Sculpture Park

    For the 2017 Kranzberg Exhibition Series, conceptual artist Yvonne Osei creates a large-scale photo installation to occupy the breadth and width of the indoor gallery at Laumeier Sculpture Park, constructing an environment where textile creates landscape.

  • December 9 | 10 AM–5 PM

    Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics is a photographic exploration of cutting-edge industrial and scientific research spaces. In over 35 works created within the past decade, the celebrated German artist Thomas Struth ambitiously takes technology and engineering as his overarching subject. With vivid color and monumental scale, he investigates the fascinating complexities of sites where knowledge, ambition, and imagination are advanced.

  • December 9 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 9 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 9 | 5 - 10 PM

    Garden Glow

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    Celebrate the season with more than one million dazzling lights, fun new experiences and traditional favorites. Enjoy s'mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages. Garden Glow tickets now include admission to our Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show!

  • December 9 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 9 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 9 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 9 | 1 PM - 5 PM

    Central West End Widow Walk

    Central West End

    Having a hard time getting into the holiday spirit? Try taking a stroll through the annual Central West End Window Walk. It's an old fashioned celebration complete with free hot chocolate, s'mores, carriage rides and live caroling.

  • December 10 | 2 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 10 | 10 AM–5 PM

    A Century of Japanese Prints

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A Century of Japanese Prints presents a selection of the Museum’s finest examples of modern and contemporary Japanese prints from the 20th and 21st centuries, two thirds of which have never before been displayed at the Museum. Unfolding over 100 years, the works in the exhibition span new prints (shin hanga), creative prints (sōsaku hanga), and postwar and contemporary prints. Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm; Friday, 10 am–9 pm; closed Mondays.

  • December 10 | 12PM - 5PM

    Lives Lived Together

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    The Gallery at the Kranzberg Arts Center will present its final exhibit of 2017, Lives Lived Together, a collaborative installation by two local artists, Kat Douglas and Sukanya Mani from Friday, November 3 through Saturday, December 30.

  • December 10 | 5 PM - 10 PM

    Brewery Lights

    Anheuser-Busch

    Every guest (21+ Only) will recieve a wristband for five 5oz. samples of their favorite beer! We'll have non-alcoholic beverages for everyone else. Walk around and enjoy all the amazing lights, our fire pits, the Bud Light Ice Rink, the Budweiser Clydesdales and SO MUCH MORE!

  • December 10 | 2 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 10 | 10 AM - 4 PM

    Tailored Landscapes

    Laumeier Sculpture Park

    For the 2017 Kranzberg Exhibition Series, conceptual artist Yvonne Osei creates a large-scale photo installation to occupy the breadth and width of the indoor gallery at Laumeier Sculpture Park, constructing an environment where textile creates landscape.

  • December 10 | 10 AM–5 PM

    Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics is a photographic exploration of cutting-edge industrial and scientific research spaces. In over 35 works created within the past decade, the celebrated German artist Thomas Struth ambitiously takes technology and engineering as his overarching subject. With vivid color and monumental scale, he investigates the fascinating complexities of sites where knowledge, ambition, and imagination are advanced.

  • December 10 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 10 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 10 | 5 - 10 PM

    Garden Glow

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    Celebrate the season with more than one million dazzling lights, fun new experiences and traditional favorites. Enjoy s'mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages. Garden Glow tickets now include admission to our Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show!

  • December 10 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 10 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 10 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 11 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 11 | 6:00 PM

    Film Screening: “Whose Streets?”

    Brown Hall, Room 100, Washington University

    Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe the Black Lives Matter movement for justice, “Whose Streets?” is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising. When unarmed teenager Michael Brown is killed by police and left lying in the street for hours, it marks a breaking point for the residents of St. Louis. Grief, long-standing racial tensions, and renewed anger bring residents together to hold vigil and protest this latest tragedy. Empowered parents, artists, and teachers from around the country come together as freedom fighters. As the National Guard descends on Ferguson with military-grade weaponry, these young community members become the torchbearers of a new resistance. Filmmakers Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis know this story because they’ve lived it. “Whose Streets?” is a powerful battle cry from a generation fighting not just for their civil rights but also for the simple right to live. This screening is presented as part of the Mellon-funded Documenting the Now project’s second advisory meeting and symposium. This event is free and open to the public.

  • December 12 | NOON – 8 PM

    Steve McCurry: The Importance of Elsewhere

    The Sheldon

    Documentary photographer and storyteller Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for almost 40 years. His work spans conflicts, ancient traditions and contemporary culture from six continents - yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of a young Afghan girl, published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, so powerful. Tuesdays, noon – 8 p.m. ; Wednesdays - Fridays, noon – 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • December 12 | 10 AM - 8 PM

    Panoramas of the City

    Missouri History Museum

    In the first half of the 20th century, St. Louis photographers used panoramic photography to capture moments from our city’s history—everything from Charles Lindbergh's homecoming and baseball games to protests and disaster relief. The stunning, immersive images they created celebrate St. Louis’s highs, acknowledge its lows, and document the day-to-day lives of its people.  Through Aug. 12, 2018

  • December 12 | 7 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 12 | 10 AM–5 PM

    Thomas Struth: Nature and Politics

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics is a photographic exploration of cutting-edge industrial and scientific research spaces. In over 35 works created within the past decade, the celebrated German artist Thomas Struth ambitiously takes technology and engineering as his overarching subject. With vivid color and monumental scale, he investigates the fascinating complexities of sites where knowledge, ambition, and imagination are advanced.

  • December 12 | 6 - 10 PM

    Magic of Lights

    Gateway Motorsports Park

    Magic of Lights is a dazzling 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights show featuring more than 300 spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort of your own car as you wind through the sparkling path of St. Louis's newest favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits Cardinals Care.

  • December 12 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 13 | NOON – 5 PM

    Steve McCurry: The Importance of Elsewhere

    The Sheldon

    Documentary photographer and storyteller Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for almost 40 years. His work spans conflicts, ancient traditions and contemporary culture from six continents - yet always retains the human element that made his celebrated image of a young Afghan girl, published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, so powerful. Tuesdays, noon – 8 p.m. ; Wednesdays - Fridays, noon – 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • December 13 | 7 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 13 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Current 114: Matt Saunders

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    Currents 114 artist Matt Saunders works across a variety of media to challenge the boundaries of painting, printmaking, photography, and animation. Drawing on source material from avant-garde films to found photographs and using his own invented techniques, Saunders investigates the ways that images are repeated, altered, and distorted over time.

  • December 14 | 7:30 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 14 | 10AM–5PM

    Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan

    Pulitzer Arts Foundation

    The expressive power of line is central to the Japanese pictorial arts, and brush and ink drawings have long served as a vibrant way to conceive of artworks that would eventually be completed through printing or painting. Living Proof calls attention to a number of different approaches to draftsmanship practiced by Japanese artists in the nineteenth century.

  • December 14 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 15 | 10 AM - 8 PM

    Day Trip to Quaint Christmas Churches

    Historic Sappington House

    Art - History - Food - Drink - 16 years and older. Through the woods to Apple Creek churches we go! By motorcoach, travel to country churches decorated for joyous season. Enjoy home-style meal, visit unique historic museum & shop for handmade crafts, wine & fine meats.

  • December 15 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 15 | 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 15 | 6:30 PM

    A Charlie Brown Christmas

    Peabody Opera House

    A Charlie Brown Christmas Live On Stage is a fresh take on the timeless classic that gives the audience a completely new way of experiencing the storyline as portrayed by real actors who maintain the integrity and spirit of each Peanuts character.

  • December 15 | 2 PM & 7:30 PM

    Mercy Holiday Celebration

    Powell Hall

    Celebrate the most wonderful time of year with your STL Symphony and Holiday Festival Chorus performing a concert full of timeless holiday classics. The music and smiles on children’s faces when visiting with jolly ol’ St. Nick will leave you with a holiday feeling unlike any other. Join us and experience for yourself why thousands of St. Louisans make this their annual holiday tradition.

  • December 15 | 10AM–9PM

    Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan

    Pulitzer Arts Foundation

    The expressive power of line is central to the Japanese pictorial arts, and brush and ink drawings have long served as a vibrant way to conceive of artworks that would eventually be completed through printing or painting. Living Proof calls attention to a number of different approaches to draftsmanship practiced by Japanese artists in the nineteenth century.

  • December 15 | 5:30 - 8:30 PM

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights

    St. Louis Zoo

    U.S. Bank Wild Lights has been nominated as the Best Zoo Lights display in the U.S. by USA TODAY 10Best! You helped us get to the top three last year; now help us claim the top spot! Vote once per day until voting ends on Monday, December 4 at 11 a.m. CST.

  • December 15 | 8 PM

    The Jolly Trolley

    Llywelyn's Pub

    This December, St. Louis' Official Christmas Station, 102.5 KEZK, Y98 and KMOX 1120 invite you to get in the spirit of the season by boarding the Jolly Trolley! Join us as we start a new tradition of Holly Jolly Fun with our friends at Llywelyn’s Pub, Miller Lite and the St. Louis County Parks! Enjoy a pre-boarding Jolly Hour that includes Miller Lite family products and appetizer selections from Llywelyn’s, followed by a trolley ride through the display of over 1 million twinkling lights at Winter Wonderland! After the Jolly journey through Tilles, continue the night with live music and more food and drinks available for purchase from Llywelyn's Pub!

  • December 15 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 16 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 16 | 2 & 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 16 | 2 PM - 6 PM

    12 Bars of Charity

    Downtown St. Louis

    12 Bars of Charity is BACK! This year we have 8 AMAZING LOCAL CHARITIES for you to choose to support. Also, we have changed things up a little bit, #12BOC is now a DAY TIME EVENT!!
    Last year 12 Bars of Charity - St. Louis helped raise more than $90,000 for LOCAL charity and had over 7,500 people participate. Help us SHATTER this record this year as we aim to raise more than $100,000 for LOCAL charity by getting signed up EARLY and spreading the word to your friends!

  • December 16 | 2 PM & 7:30 PM

    Mercy Holiday Celebration

    Powell Hall

    Celebrate the most wonderful time of year with your STL Symphony and Holiday Festival Chorus performing a concert full of timeless holiday classics. The music and smiles on children’s faces when visiting with jolly ol’ St. Nick will leave you with a holiday feeling unlike any other. Join us and experience for yourself why thousands of St. Louisans make this their annual holiday tradition.

  • December 16 | 10AM–5PM

    Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan

    Pulitzer Arts Foundation

    The expressive power of line is central to the Japanese pictorial arts, and brush and ink drawings have long served as a vibrant way to conceive of artworks that would eventually be completed through printing or painting. Living Proof calls attention to a number of different approaches to draftsmanship practiced by Japanese artists in the nineteenth century.

  • December 16 | 2 PM

    Rock N’ Roll Holiday Show

    Grandel Theatre 3610 Grandel Square, St Louis, Missouri 63108

    Rockn’ Roll Holiday Show and Comic Book Release Party! Joyful Noize! features some of St. Louis’ best pop and rock n’ roll musicians coming together to play holiday rock n’ roll favorites from bands like the Beach Boys, U2, Train, Norah Jones, Chuck Berry and more at the beautifully renovated Grandel Theatre. After the concert, there will be a signing party for the Joyful Noize! Tales from the Season Comic Book — three amazing holiday stories written by Jim Ousley with artwork from group of talented St. Louis Artists. Community@metroplays.org 314-932-7414 ext 106 Enjoyable for All Ages

  • December 16 | 4 PM & 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 16 | 1 PM - 5 PM

    Central West End Widow Walk

    Central West End

    Having a hard time getting into the holiday spirit? Try taking a stroll through the annual Central West End Window Walk. It's an old fashioned celebration complete with free hot chocolate, s'mores, carriage rides and live caroling.

  • December 17 | 2 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 17 | 3 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 17 | 2 PM

    Mercy Holiday Celebration

    Powell Hall

    Celebrate the most wonderful time of year with your STL Symphony and Holiday Festival Chorus performing a concert full of timeless holiday classics. The music and smiles on children’s faces when visiting with jolly ol’ St. Nick will leave you with a holiday feeling unlike any other. Join us and experience for yourself why thousands of St. Louisans make this their annual holiday tradition.

  • December 17 | 10AM–5PM

    Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan

    Pulitzer Arts Foundation

    The expressive power of line is central to the Japanese pictorial arts, and brush and ink drawings have long served as a vibrant way to conceive of artworks that would eventually be completed through printing or painting. Living Proof calls attention to a number of different approaches to draftsmanship practiced by Japanese artists in the nineteenth century.

  • December 17 | 2 PM & 7 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 18 | 5 - 10 PM

    Garden Glow

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    Celebrate the season with more than one million dazzling lights, fun new experiences and traditional favorites. Enjoy s'mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages. Garden Glow tickets now include admission to our Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show!

  • December 19 | 7 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 20 | 1:30 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 21 | 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 21 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 22 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 22 | 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 22 | 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 23 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 23 | 4 PM & 8 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 23 | 1 PM - 5 PM

    Central West End Widow Walk

    Central West End

    Having a hard time getting into the holiday spirit? Try taking a stroll through the annual Central West End Window Walk. It's an old fashioned celebration complete with free hot chocolate, s'mores, carriage rides and live caroling.

  • December 24 | 2 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 24 | 2 PM

    Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

    Loretto Hilton Center - Webster University

    In this winning and witty sequel to Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the bookish middle child of the Bennet family finally has her day. Constantly overshadowed by her four sisters, Mary Bennet finds hope for a new life beyond her family from an unexpected holiday romance. Austen fans and first-timers alike will find much to love in this alluring comedic tale. November 29 - December 24

  • December 26 | 7:30 PM

    Elf the Musical

    Peabody Opera House

    ELF The Musical is the hilarious tale of Buddy, a young orphan child who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported back to the North Pole. Unaware that he is actually human, Buddy’s enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father, discover his true identity, and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas. This modern day Christmas classic is sure to make everyone embrace their inner ELF.

  • December 29 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 29 | 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 29 | 6 PM & 8 PM

    The Jolly Trolley

    Llywelyn's Pub

    This December, St. Louis' Official Christmas Station, 102.5 KEZK, Y98 and KMOX 1120 invite you to get in the spirit of the season by boarding the Jolly Trolley! Join us as we start a new tradition of Holly Jolly Fun with our friends at Llywelyn’s Pub, Miller Lite and the St. Louis County Parks! Enjoy a pre-boarding Jolly Hour that includes Miller Lite family products and appetizer selections from Llywelyn’s, followed by a trolley ride through the display of over 1 million twinkling lights at Winter Wonderland! After the Jolly journey through Tilles, continue the night with live music and more food and drinks available for purchase from Llywelyn's Pub!

  • December 30 | 7 PM

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES

    Grandel Theatre

    METRO THEATER COMPANY presents HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.

  • December 30 | 2 & 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

  • December 31 | 8 PM

    MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS presents SOUVENIR: A FANTASIA ON THE LIFE OF FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

    Marcelle Theatre

    Max & Louie Productions is thrilled to present the Broadway hit comedy "Souvenir," an affectionate portrait of tone-deaf opera diva Florence Foster Jenkins. Florence Foster Jenkins was a real-life socialite who set elite eardrums in Manhattan a-trembling in a series of notorious private concerts during the 1930s and 1940s culminating in a single sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall. Her flamboyant costumes and uninhibited love of music was as much her trademark as her inability to sing on key. Music historian Steven Pile said, “No one before or since has succeeded in liberating themselves quite so completely from the shackles of musical notation.”

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