The animated short films range from 2 to 27 minutes long and are tailored to children age 2 to 18 years. However, adults will find the films equally appealing. After each screening, Zoo Education Department staff will offer a range of crafts and activities related to the animals featured in the films.
Screenings will be held on Saturdays, Jan. 28, Feb. 4, Feb. 18 and Feb. 25, 2017 (no films on Feb. 11) at the theater in The Living World at the Zoo. The 9:30-10:15 a.m. screening will feature films recommended for ages 2 to 7; and the 10:30-11:30 a.m. screening will feature films recommended for ages 5 and up.
Admission for each screening is $10 per person for ages 2 and up. Children under 2 are free. Tickets may be purchased at the door on the days of the event. Advance online ticket sales will be available soon at stlzoo.org/filmfest.
This free Interpersonal Communications workshop is offered by YWCA Woman's Place on Saturday Feb 4 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. in St. Charles. Learn ways to overcome the obstacles of communication. Pre-registration is required by calling 314-645-4848.
Enter the magical world of Harry Potter through themed yoga poses. All skill levels are welcome to participate. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel. Registration required. Adults & Teens.
Local Irish playwright, Patrick Conroy, has written a powerful new play in tribute to the 100th year anniversary of the Irish Revolution. The 1970’s and 1980’s were a turbulent time in Irish History. The Irish Republican Army (IRA), a paramilitary organization seeking civil rights for its people and the reunification of Ireland defended their areas against the occupying British Forces. This fictitious story tells of the chance encounter of a young British Soldier and a recently retired IRA operative. Their personal struggles, their lives and the lives of their families quickly become entangled and entwined. This play attempts to describe the thoughts and actions of people caught up in roles not entirely of their choosing. In war, there are no easy answers and lives are forever changed.
We are not your typical blues band. We play new and old blues. We play the blues that you may have forgotten. We play the blues that you may have missed while listening to the album. But there is no mistaken... we are a blues band.
One relationship, limitless possibilities. When Roland and Marianne meet at a party, a multiverse of potential outcomes unfolds. Each choice they make unlocks a series of branching paths — some wonderful, some tragic. Nick Payne’s genre-busting new play explores these alternate universes with wit, wonder and an overflowing sense of life.
Shows are Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 7 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 4 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
BEER AND WINE SERVED ACROSS THE STREET AT THE IRISH CORNER PUB AND CORNER GATES
Duo show at BOB. 6-9pm. No cover
Nora Helmer once committed forgery in order to save the life of her authoritarian husband, Torvald. Years later she is being blackmailed, living in fear and shame of what might destroy Torvald’s career. When the truth is revealed, Nora is shocked to learn where she really stands in her husband’s esteem. Henrik Ibsen’s world-renowned drama contains perhaps the most scandalous theatrical climax in all of 19th century drama.
A DOLL'S HOUSE by Henrik Ibsen. Adapted by Frank McGuinness. Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
Directed by Gary F. Bell. Cast includes: Nicole Angeli, Ben Ritchie, John Reidy, Rachel Hanks, Stephen Peirick, Tina Renard, and Melanie Kozak.
Past member of the multiple Grammy winning group, Chanticleer, Terry Barber, countertenor, has been a soloist at many of the world’s best venues from Carnegie Hall to Moscow’s Svetlanov Hall. Come hear original arrangements by Emmy and Grammy winning composers of your favorite melodies, including "Danny Boy," "Besame Mucho," "La Vie En Rose," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," and more. Now calling St. Louis “home,” Barber has toured this program throughout the USA and Canada, crafting what the Los Angeles Times calls “performances of great vitality and verve.” Learn more about Terry and the concert at www.terrybarber.com.
Rum Drum Ramblers, local legends and one of St. Louis finest bands in blues and americana, play 8:30-11:30
Welcome to NOLA Swing in St. Louis, every Tuesday at HandleBar in the Grove 8 PM - 12 AM.
Free admission, one drink minimum at the bar, tip the band.
Rum Drum Ramblers, local legends and one of St. Louis finest bands in blues and americana, play 8:30-11:30 Tuesday, Febrauary 7th, 2017! I'm liking this year already!
8 - 8:30 PM Free beginner intro to swing lesson!
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM live music by Rum Drum Ramblers!
11:30-12:00 AM DJed swing music to finish off the night!
Happy Hour drink prices all night long and half priced pizzas!
Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is a beloved tale that still resonates today. Scout Finch is growing up in Depression-era Alabama, where poverty and prejudice dominate daily life. With the guidance of her wise father, Atticus, the rebellious Scout discovers her own path, learning the power of empathy and the struggle for justice.
Shows are Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 8 PM, and 7 PM Sundays with matinees on Saturdays at 4 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
TJ Muller will play live jazz music while Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX provides happy hour drink specials.Introducing your next Wednesday night tradition! Enjoy free jazz locations all night at Grand Center all within walking distance. Sponsored by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX: Jeremy Joyce 5-7pmKranzberg Arts Center: Jazz Jam hosted by Bob DeBoo and Friends 7-9pmThe Dark Room (+21): Jazz hang w/ Kasimu Taylor Trio 9-11pmFree for all ages.
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