Join a group tour to The Fountains of West County. There will be shuttle buses available for each tour, picking up at Chesterfield City Hall, 690 Chesterfield Parkway W. Reservations are required; call 636.812.9500 or email OlderAdults@Chesterfield.mo.us.
Learn about vitamins A-Z, with an emphasis on educational information about indications, administration, interactions, benefits and risks. Register for this session at OasisNet.org/St-Louis-MO or call 314.862.4859, extension 24.
Explore 200-plus booths featuring art, crafts and food. The hours for this show are Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This immersive workshop weekend will help you to explore and further heal the relationship you have with yourself, body and food. In our time together, we will look at how you can become more intuitive with your body and look at where some of the wounds lie that cause blocks to healing your food and body relationship.
This event, with Nov. 23 rain-out date, is for those aged 6 years to adult. Registration is $8 until Nov. 15 and $12 through the battle day. Bring eye protection, Nerf blasters and extra Nerf darts. Battles will be refereed. Age groups will be sectioned off into different areas. Prizes will be awarded by referees for winners and best costumes.
There will be a variety of crafters selling their items. The hours of this Nov. 16-17 event are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Parents' Association of Ascension Catholic School, 238 Santa Maria Drive, in Chesterfield will host a meal, auction and party to benefit the school.
Enjoy lunch with favorite friends and make new ones. Each person is responsible for their transportation and the cost of their own food and beverages. Make reservations at OlderAdults@Chesterfield.mo.us or call 636.812.9500.
Join the 12th Annual Treasure Chest Holiday Expo Nov. 22-24 for a holiday shopping extravaganza showcasing more than 200 booths filled with unique gift items, one-of-a-kind arts and crafts, holiday home décor and gourmet goodies. Raffle and door prizes will be offered throughout the weekend with free admission and free parking. Hours vary each day.
This mile-and-a-half drive consists of more than 1.7 million lights, electro art displays and life-size Biblical statues that take visitors on a scriptural journey to Bethlehem. There is no admission fee or cost to drive through the Way of Lights, though donations are encouraged. Fees apply for activities and food. The event is open from Nov. 22 through Dec. 31.
This is the 34th annual display of a million twinkling lights. Tickets are $6; pre-registration is required. Dogs on a leash, cameras, strollers and wagons are all welcome. Desserts, hot chocolate and other beverages will be available for purchase. Pictures with Santa will be available too. This is an all-weather, rain or shine event, so dress for the weather.
Gather friends for a holiday wreath-making class with floral design expert Ellen DeVoss. Learn how to craft a beautiful wreath using fresh cuttings and take it home for immediate display on a door or mantle. The two class times available are 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The cost is $25 for the wreath and accessories; RSVP is required. Email Events@FrisellaNursery.com.
The official 20th Annual Chesterfield Turkey Trot is a great way to spend time with family and friends and to exercise before Turkey Day traditionally big meals. Start Thanksgiving Day in a healthy way and sign up for the 5K or Kids Fun Run. Sign up at Register.ChronoTrack.com.
Celebrating its 35th year, the 2019 Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade steps off at 8:45 a.m. from 20th Street/Market Street and proceeds east toward Broadway. The parade also will be broadcast live on KMOV-TV Channel 4. More than 130 parade units are expected, including musical floats, displays, giant helium balloon figures, animal units, marching bands and restored antique cars and firetrucks.
This Chamber of Commerce event will be hosted at The Carousel House. Admission is $60 for members, $110 for two tickets and $75 for nonmembers. Phone 636.532.3399 or email Info@ChesterfieldMOChamber.com.
Youngsters can personally visit with Santa and get a professional photo. Warm up with hot chocolate and cookies, and start the holiday season with festive crafts, balloon twisting, face painting, music and more. This event runs through 11 a.m. Admission is $25 per child.
This event is geared toward those aged 2 to 12 years old. The hunt ends when all candy canes are found. Each age group will have their own areas to hunt. Hot cocoa will be provided. Special holiday guests will be walking around to help candy cane hunters. Fee: $12 each
This event, which runs until 5 p.m., is for all ages as a fun-filled day of music, kids crafts, workshops, specials, baked goods, coffee and hot cocoa.
This year’s winter piano recital in Chesterfield will be held at 2 p.m. and 4 pm. Enjoy Anna DiVesta Piano Studios students’ hard work as they play some of their favorite winter-themed pieces.
Doors open at 5 p.m. with the meal following at 5:30 p.m. Entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $18 per person. Register at Chesterfield.MO.US.
Stroll through two of St. Louis' finest historic homes decked out for the Christmas holiday. The "French Renaissance" Magic Chef Mansion and the "Victorian" Campbell House Museum. A ticket gives access to both mansions for self-guided tours. Beer, wine and a specialty drink will be available for purchase at The Magic Chef Mansion. Visit CampbellHouseMuseum.org or MagicChefMansion.com.
Use a variety of materials to create festive tree ornaments. This Chesterfield-based workshop, which lasts until 11:30 a.m., is for children 6 to 9 years old. The fee is $25 each.
This Beer Festival celebrates everything pivo (beer), from the glorious pilsners of Praha to the quirky ales of America. Sample several Czech import beers as well as more than 40-plus local craft brews ranging in all styles of pivo. This is an indoor festival. No persons under the age of 21 will be allowed into the festival.
For more than 25 years, Chesterfield-headquartered Aish HaTorah has inspired members of the St. Louis Jewish community to experience, explore and share the beauty and wisdom of the Torah and their Jewish heritage. During Dec. 16-17, Rabbi Yosef David says they will attempt to raise $200,000. For details, phone 314.862.2474, email CWolff@aish.com or visit AishStLouis.org online.
This is a free event, but requires registrations. Call 636.812.9500 or email OlderAdults@Chesterfield.MO.US to reserve spots.
This is an exclusive showing before opening night. Join STL Communications for an evening of information and fun, including photo opportunities. Take a non-perishable food item for Sunshine Ministries and receive a $5 movie gift card.
Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner, hosted by Noodles & Co., and see how butterflies get into the holiday spirit. Santa's Workshop stations offer children chances to make fun crafts. Visit Mrs. Claus's Cookie Kitchen for cookies and hot cocoa. Get a souvenir picture with the guest of honor: Santa. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Join Mary Ann as she reads stories, sings songs, and creates activities for preschool friends.
The New Year's Weekend Comedy Festival stars Mike Epps, Mark Curry, Tommy Davidson, HAHA Davis, Desi Banks and Gary Owen. Ticket prices vary: $64, $80, $104, $130
Auroras are unexplained natural phenomena that occur when solar winds disturb the magnetosphere. They usually occur in the polar regions, and different colors represent different magnetic wavelengths varying in color and complexity. Paint a unique aurora night sky reflecting in a calm lake surrounded by evergreens. The cost is $35 per painter to "paint, drink and have fun."
The display with one million twinkling lights is open through Jan. 2, and can be enjoyed on foot, by carriage or by vehicle. Tickets are $6; pre-registration is required. Dogs on leashes, cameras, strollers and wagons are welcome. Desserts, hot chocolate and beverages for sale. A special North Pole visitor present until 8:45 p.m. This is an all-weather event.