ST. LOUIS - Looking for some fun events this weekend? Meteorologist Angela Hutti has some ideas for you and your family.
Weekends on the Web: Saturday & Sunday, November 9-10, 2019 -Veteran’s Day Weekend
Veterans Day 5K and Parade
Date: Saturday, November 9 Venue: Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, Downtown St. Louis
- Run begins at 9:00am - Includes a timed 5K, One-Mile Fun-Run, and free Kids’ Dash.
- St. Louis Regional Veterans Day Observance Ceremony -10:30am
- 35th Annual Veterans Day Parade - Noon - The parade will begin at Chestnut St. and Tucker Blvd.
5k Registration: http://stpatrickcenter.org/vet5k/
Observance and Parade: https://mohistory.org/events/st-louis-veterans-day-observance_1573317000
Collinsville Hometown Heroes Celebration
Date: Sunday, November 10 Venue: Gateway Center, Collinsville, IL
Time: 2:00-3:00pm Admission: Free
Bring your family to honor local veteran heroes. Doors open at 1:00pm. The ceremony will feature speakers and live music. Display tables will showcase resources for veterans and their families.
Updated! Other Veterans Day Ceremonies
- Belleville, IL Ceremony at 11 AM Monday moved indoors to Belleville City Hall -https://www.belleville.net/Calendar
- St. Charles County Ceremony rescheduled to 1 PM Sunday, November 10th at Veteran’s Tribute Park
- St. Peters, MO Ceremony at 10 AM Monday moved indoors to Cultural Arts Centre at St. Peters City Hall
- O’Fallon, MO Ceremony at 11 AM Monday moved to First Baptist Church; Parade cancelled
Schlafly Full Moon Festival
Date: Saturday, November 9 Venue: Schlafly Bottleworks, Maplewood, MO
Time: 4:00pm-10:00pm Admission: Free
A six-pack of bonfires awaits you each Fall at our Full Moon Festival. Join us as we celebrate the harvest with live music and a pig roast. Local chefs will also compete in the deliciously-competitive Schlafly Chili Cook-Off The stars of the night are always the kegs of White Lager, Pumpkin Ale, Hard Apple Cider, Pilsner, Coffee Stout, and other seasonal favorites.
Date: Saturday, November 9 Venue: Saint Louis Science Center
Time: 7:00pm Tickets: $60 at the door the day of the event
Explore the chemistry and science behind wine. The Science Center’s annual Science Uncorked event for adults ages 21 and up features over 80 wine and spirits for sampling, small plates, science demonstrations, live music and more.
Cookie Crumb Trail
Date: Saturday, November 9 Venue: Historic Downtown Ste. Genevieve, MO
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm Tickets: $20.00 day of
Follow the Cookie Crumb Trail! Get into the Holiday spirit as you sample cookies at participating locations.
Webster Groves Historical Society Christmas Market
Date: Sunday, November 10 Venue: Rolling Ridge Nursery, Webster Groves, MO
Time: 10:00am-4:30pm Admission: Free
Stroll and shop at participating shops and businesses in historic downtown Webster Groves. There are refreshments in the stores, strolling carolers, Santa Claus, carriage rides, and a trolley to transport visitors around Webster.
Edwardsville Band Booster Craft Fair
Date: Saturday & Sunday, November 9-10 Venue: Edwardsville High School, Edwardsville, IL
Saturday: 9am-4pm, Sunday: 10am-4pm
A unique way to knock out some Christmas shopping. There are more than 250 booths featuring quality handcrafted items, handcrafted gifts, and specialty items to choose. Visit the bake sale that’s full of homemade goods for a quick snack or a take home treat. A full lunch is also available. There are great door prizes and free parking. No strollers please.
SLSO: Mozart’s Great Mass
Date: Saturday & Sunday, November 9-10 Venue: Powell Hall, Midtown St. Louis
Saturday: 8:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm Tickets: $15.00-$83.00
A mystery lies at the heart of Mozart’s Mass in C minor. Why did Mozart leave this masterful, dramatic work unfinished? Rumors abound of a family reunion ruined and of a musical love-letter undermined by tragedy. Five guest artists, all Mozart specialists, travel from across the globe to bring Mozart’s unfinished work to life.
The Rep’s Studio Theatre: Feeding Beatrice
Date: Saturday & Sunday, November 9-10 Venue: Loretto-Hilton Center, Webster University
Saturday 4p & 8p; Sunday: 2p & 7p Tickets: $46-$71
It starts with the sound of a spoon scraping against glass and the wet noise of lips smacking together. June and Lurie have a haunting new houseguest – and she’s ravenously hungry. They do their best to keep her fed and happy, but Beatrice always demands more.
St. Louis International Film Festival
Date: Saturday & Sunday, November 9-10
Tickets: Free to $14.00/ $10.00 for Cinema St. Louis members and students
Venues and times vary. Check website for full schedule
The festival provides an opportunity for St. Louis filmgoers to view the finest in world cinema — international films, documentaries, American indies, and shorts that can only be seen on the big screen at the festival.