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Events for November 18, 2018
Adventure awaits at Forever Forest, a nationally traveling exhibit that explores how we use the forest to live, work and play in harmony.Find out more »
There will also be live music, s'mores stations, a new ice rink, ice sculptures, photo opportunities with the Bud Light Snowman, food stations in the biergarten, and beer samples for those over 21. WALKING TOURS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY, OR NEW YEAR’S EVE, BUT THE LIGHTS WILL BE ON EVERY NIGHT.Find out more »
Drive through the Midwest's most spectacular holiday light display filled with animated scenes, dazzling special effects, and millions of shimmering lights.Mon - Thur: 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Fri - Sat: 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
St Louis, Missouri - On November 17-18, the Crestwood Sunset Hills Rotary will host its 36th annual Arts and Crafts Fair. Enjoy strolling through more than 450 craft artisan booths which represent the very best in the region. This wonderful show is attended by 20,000 people. Free admission and free parking. Concessions are available both […]Find out more »
The popular annual event will feature family activities and will be highlighted by a free game featuring the Ambush hosting an opponent to be announced. Admission to the game and activities will be free.Full details will be announced when they are finalized. Fan Fest Details The Ambush open their 2018-19 home schedule on Sunday, December 16 […]Find out more »
The Way of Lights at Our Lady of the Snows Shrine is Belleville is different from the many other Christmas light displays in the St. Louis area. First, admission to drive through the display is free! Second, the Way of Lights focuses on telling the story of Jesus' birth, not secular holiday tales like Frosty and Rudolph.Mon - Thur: 5 pm - 10 pm
Fri - Sun: 5 pm - 10 pm