The Siteman Cancer Center Mammography Van will be at the Chesterfield Family YMCA to provide convenient screening mammograms to women ages 40 and older. Due to the high demand for the services of this van, women should schedule an appointment by calling 314.747.7222 or 800.600.3606.
Artists can bring one artwork (photograph, painting, sculpture, sketch, idea or proposal) to Chesterfield City Hall. Turns are taken presenting artwork and getting feedback from the group. If an artist would like to talk about a website, business card or an application for a call for art, they can do that as well. Email email@example.com.
International Tap House (iTAP) hosts trivia night. Prizes include brewery swag, free beer and iTap gift cards. The iTAP Chesterfield location is the company's original location, which opened in February 2009. They have 40 rotating drafts and hundreds of bottles of beer.
The annual Chesterfield Turkey Trot is a great way to spend time with family and exercise before the big meal: 5K for all ages or Kids Fun Run. The 3.1-mile loop course goes around the Amphitheater/Chesterfield Parkway and Chesterfield Mall. Long sleeve T-shirts guaranteed to registrants signed up by Nov. 2 at 2 p.m.
This networking event is held at the Business Lodge in the Chesterfield Mall. CPW is a monthly program sponsored by Gateway to Dreams with the purpose to create an educational and inspirational program to help people make smart connections to grow their business and help the local community. Tickets can be secured at GatewayToDreams.WildApricot.org.
Join Club Fitness for an early morning ride on the Levee Trail in Chesterfield. All bicycling levels welcome; athletes start together and ride at their own pace: easy zone 2 cadence focused, flat steady-state, recovery, or interval ride with a fun group, out-and-back to Centaur (about 7.5 miles each way, 15 total). Some ride farther.
The annual Christmas light display each weekend all month is a fun way to enjoy the beauty and spirit of the season. During Wild Lights, the Zoo is decorated with thousands of twinkling lights to create a winter wonderland. Popular exhibits, such as the Hoessle Herpetarium and the Insectarium, also are open. Zoo members receive discounted admission.
Each Sunday, members of Gateway:61 Church in Chesterfield offer a special-needs ministry called Play Differently for children ages 4 to 17. It's an indoor play space that focuses on sensory regulation, allowing each child the freedom to be themselves. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request forms; registration required.
See this classic movie brought to life on stage! Ralphie Parker’s quest to get a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas returns to the Rep in all its heartwarming and hilarious glory. Filled with delightful holiday vignettes and endlessly quotable lines (“You’ll shoot your eye out!”), this play is the perfect gift for all ages to enjoy.
This is a great way to introduce and inspire children about different types of books and authors. Barnes & Noble typically hosts weekly storytimes as well as special events. For details, call 636.536.9636.
This year will be the 26th production of live nativity scenes hosted in Chesterfield by the Lord of Life Lutheran Church. They will offer the production during the evenings of Dec. 7-9; exact times were still being determined. LordOfLifeLCMS.org/resources.asp
Experience the beauty of the holiday season at the home of Missouri’s second governor in Historic Faust Park. Explore holiday customs on this self-guided stroll through festively adorned rooms with historically dressed docents in attendance. $10 per adult in advance; $12 at gate. $5 per children ages 4-12 (under 4 free). To reserve spots, call 314.615.8328 or visit ReserveStLouis.usedirect.com/StLouisWeb.
West County Presbyterian Church members host an hourlong Christmas pageant at the Chesterfield YMCA, 16464 Burkhardt Place, featuring children ages 5 to 12 years old. Admission is free, and a reception follows. Email email@example.com for more information.
Brunswick Zone in Chesterfield will be the spot where members from the St. Louis Art of Living Chapter invite everyone to stop by and bowl. $5 donation requested. The group offers classes in lifestyle choices, yoga, meditation and self-development techniques. They are the local chapter associated with the Art of Living Foundation, which is active in 154 countries.
Youth Alive Conference is a Christian gathering held every year, mostly in St. Louis, but sometimes in Jefferson City, Branson or Cape Girardeau. This year, it will be in Chesterfield Dec. 27-29. The event includes speakers, live bands, improv comedy and recreation at Chesterfield Sports Fusion. Registration is $55 per person. Contact: Brad Banderman at 636.629.2978.
Committee members participate in city and regional events to promote resource conservation and environmental awareness. They also develop and disseminate educational materials on topics such as recycling, composting and proper disposal of household hazardous waste. CCE hosts the annual Earth Day celebration, community recycle drives and other environmental education events.