Gather your friends and come on down to the St. Peters Rec Plex at 5200 Mexico Road. Admission plus $3.25 Skate Rental. Additional information at stpetersmo.net
Father-Daughter Sweetheart Dance – Lake St. Louis
Friday Fed. 9 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Lake St. Louis Banquet Center 910504 Veterans Memorial Parkway in Lake St. Louis) The evening for Dads and daughters ages 3 – 10 includes dinner and dessert, live DJ, balloon artist, and a complimentary photo. Registration ends Feb 4 or when all spots are filled. For more information, call 636-561-4620 or email@example.com
Father – Daughter Sweetheart Dance
6:30pm to 9pm on Saturday Feb. 3 at the St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre located at 1 St. Peters Centre Blvd, St. Peters.
Dads can treat their daughters (ages 3 to 13) to an evening of music, dancing, and dessert with lemonade. A professional photographer will be there to take photos.
Additional information and reservations, visit stpetersmo.net or call 636-939-2386 ext 1400
CHILDREN’S BOOK CLUB – First Saturday of each month now thru April 2018
Join in the fun at the Foundry Art Center – 520 North Main Center in St. Charles.
Children ages 5 – 10 explore new books and ideas through art and art history. Space is limited so contact www.foundryartcentre.org
Trivia Night – Friday Feb 9 6pm
Superheros for Kids Trivia Night starts at 6pm February 9 St. Peter Parish Center, 301 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles, The evening will be themed around the popular board game CLUE, and guests can compete for the best-decorated table and dress up as their favorite characters. Costumes are not required, but are encouraged. Additional information and / or registration – thechildcenter/trivia or call 636-332-0899 to reserve a team.
Metropolitan Suzuki Strings Fiddle Festival & Workshop
Feb 24 from 8:30am to 7pm at SCC Donald D Shook Fine Arts Building (4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, Cottleville) is the place to be. Workshop consists of one hour classes with various artists and concludes with a closing concert. Enrollment is open to any violinist over the age of 5 who has completed one or more years of study. For further information, or to enroll, call 636-922-8233 or visit www.stchas.edu/learnforlife
Old Fashioned Holiday Stroll Dec. 11 and 12th
Take a stroll through Fort Zumwalt Park located at 1000 Jessup Drive, O’Fallon on Monday, Dec. 11 at 6pm or Dec. 12 at 8:30pm. Stop and visit Santa, see the beautifully decorated, historic Heald House, and shop the many booths for handmade gifts, hot cocoa, and treats. For additional information, visit www.ofallon.mo.us.
Nutcracker Tea Party – Dec. 10 2 to 4 pm
Join the festivities at the Foundry Art Center located at 520 N. Main Street, St. Charles. Parents and kids can enjoy an elegant tea party, light luncheon which includes sandwiches and desserts along with special holiday inspired teas and hot cocoa from Olde Town Spice Shoppe. Enjoy a performance by the Dance Project of St. Louis with Common Thread Contemporary Dance.
Tickets are $20 for adults, and $12 for children.
Call 636-255-0270 for additional information.
Christmas Dance – Benefit Backstoppers – Dec 9
The Galaxies Band presents a Christmas Dance. Benefiting the Backstopperss on Sat. Dec. 9 from 7 pm to 10 pm at the American Legion Post 312 (1500 Raymond Avenue, St. Charles. Admission is $15 per person and includes beer and soda. There will be a 50/50 drawing. Music provided by The Galaxies – an R & B and Motown horn band which plays hits from the 60’s.
Bring you your dancing shoes, have a great time, and help support Backstoppers who help out families of fallen First Responders.
“Light the Darkness – A Medieval Christmas – Dec 8 7:30pm
Relax and enjoy The Gateway Ringers as the present their annual handbell Musical Christmas program – Light in Darkness – A Medieval Christmas. 7:30 pm Friday December 8 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 8945 Veterans Memorial Parkway in O’Fallon. The program features carols from the Middle Ages including “The Cherry Tree Carol”, “Good King Wenceslas”, I Saw Three Ships”, and “Coventry Carol”.
The concert is FREE and open to the public!
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