Step inside the historic Katy Depot in Frontier Park and feel transported to Santa’s Cottage and Train Land. Have your photo taken with Santa, and join the elves exploring Santa’s Train Land courtesy of the Frenchtown Heritage Museum.
Recurring weekly on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Wednesday 6-9:00PM, Friday 6-9:00PM, Saturday 11:00AM-9:00PM, Sunday 12-5:00PM
Location: Historic Main Street
230 S. Main St., Saint Charles, MO 63301
Contact: Karen Godfrey
636-946-7776 Email Website
The celebration is staged in a charming village on the Missouri River know as Saint Charles. Close your eyes and listen to the sound of horses’ hooves on the brick street, and the sweet holiday music of the fife. Capture in your mind the essence, that time in America when life was simpler, and Christmas was elegant and magical. Regardless of the evening or weekend you choose to visit Christmas Traditions®, we promise you will find the genuine, warm tradition of a Saint Charles welcome. The hospitality of Christmas Traditions® is exceeded only by the very magical Spirit of Christmas.
Let’s get together at the Foundry Art Center – 520 N. Main Center, St. Charles on the first Saturday of each month now through April. Kids from ages 5 – 10 will explore new books and ideas through art and art history. Register at foundryartcentre.org – Space is limited and filling .
Active Shooter Response Training
FREE to the Public
Start Time:6:30 PM
End Time:8:00 PM
Location Address:St. Peters Justice Center
Address2:1020 Grand Teton Dr.
Description:FBI statistics show that “active shooter” incidents have increased steadily over the past 15 years. Would you know what to do in an active shooter situation?
Survivors of recent attacks credit active shooter response training for knowing exactly what to do. This free St. Peters Police Department program will discuss the history of active shooters, current events and some of the reasons behind the shootings, and explain what to do if faced with this situation.
Teens 16 and under must be accompanied by a guardian.
*Parking in the Mid Rivers Mall lot across the street at the corner of Suemandy/Grand Teton.
The St. Peters Veterans Memorial Commission will be hosting a Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony at 10am on eecember 7 at the St. Peters Cultural Centre – One St. Peters Centre Blvd. The ceremony is FREE and open to the public. Refreshments are provided. Visit www.stpetersmo.net for additional information
Wednesdays from 10:30am to 11:15am on Wednesdays now through March 2018 at the St.Peters Rec Plex. the series offers older adults important advice on living a healthier life and provides information from experts on how to combat disease, live a more active lifestyle, plan finances, and much much more. Visit www.stpetersmo.net/rec-plex or silversneakers.com for more information
Join the New Year’s festivities on Sunday Dec. 31 from 7pm to 7am at the St. Peters Rex Plex – 5200 Mexico Road. Kids between 8 and 13 years can swim, ice skate, play games, and hang out. Food will be available for purchase from the food court. There will be adult supervision, and each child must be registered in advance. Late registrations will be accepted until 1pm on Dec. 31. For more information, and parental authorization form, visit www.stpetersmo.net
Put on your dancing shoes and come on down to the St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre – 1 St. Peters Centre Blvd. Featuring the music by Juke Box Productions. Bring your own food and snacks. Soda will be available for purchase. Tickets are $7 per person at the door and $6 for those with a St. Peters Resident Privilege Card or Cultural Arts membership card. Visit www.stpetersmo.net for more information.
Holiday Concert – One Pulse – Sat. Dec. 9 at 7pm. Join us at the Foundry Art Center – 520 North Main St., St. Charles. Arrive early to get a good seat, and enjoy the FAC Studio Artists for some Christmas shopping. Tickets are available for $20 – visit www.foundry-artcentre.org or call 636-255-0270
If you enjoy model trains, mark your calendar! The Heritage Museum – 1630 Heritage Landing off Hwy 94 is open from Sat. Dec. 9 through Wed. Jan. 31. The museum hours are 10am – 5pm Wednesday through Saturday, and Noon – 5pm on Sunday. Admission to this event is FREE. Holiday themed model trains, a Gingerbread Village, and Polar Express are featured. For more information – call 636-255-6000