STL Weekend Event Guide: February 27-March 2

Jessica
1698 days ago.

Your weekend events for Thursday, February 27th through Sunday, March 2nd.

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stlmg2014 Mardi Gras Grand Parade 2014: The signature event of St. Louis’ Mardi Gras calendar. A 1.5 mile parade down Broadway which hosts colorful floats, beads, bands, and awesomeness. Afterwards the crowds celebrate with a fun-filled street-party that features live music on two Bud Light stages (Eve 6 and Everclear), cold beverages, and hot food available throughout the neighborhood. It’s one of the best parades in the U.S. Check here for tips on BYOB, where to park, the Mardi Gras app, and more.

Date: Saturday, March 1st
Time: 11am
Place: Soulard

stl ambush St. Louis Ambush Retro Night: The last regular season home game for the Ambush. Get ready for a reunion game of Steamers, Storm and Ambush stars from the past. As part of Retro Night, current Ambush players will wear throwback jerseys from the 1992-94 St. Louis Ambush era when they clash with the Missouri Comets. At half-time, players from St. Louis’ previous pro indoor teams, the Steamers, Storm and Ambush, will take the field for a Reunion Game. Organist Jeremy Boyer will perform live throughout the evening.Come early (6:15pm) to get an autograph from the players.

Date: Thursday, February 27th
Time: 7:35pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

Caroline Caroline Glaser at Old Rock House: Caroline Glaser, St. Louis native and Season 4 contestant on The Voice, will be performing with Bella & Lily this Thursday. Caroline is an indie-folk musician. She’s been touring with Kris Allen and will perform at both the Firefly and SXSW festivals this summer. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 day of.

Date: Thursday, Feb 27
Time: 8pm
Place: Old Rock House – 1200 S 7th

john godwin St. Louis Boat and Sports Show: An outdoor sportsman’s paradise! A hunting, fishing, boating, and outdoor cooking event. Teach the kids how to fish in an indoor pond or give them a lesson on scuba diving (must be 10 or older) in the tropically heated tank. Friday night: make it a date and stop by the Anchors & Ales Local Craft Brew Sampling from 5–10pm to taste local craft beers from 4 Hands, Schlafly, Morgan-Street, O’Fallon, Shock Top, and more. Saturday: Duck Dynasty fans, John Godwin will be doing meet and greets from 12-2pm and 3-5pm. Admission: Adults $10, 15 and younger free, 2-day pass $14, Active Military free.

Date: Feb 26th-March 2nd
Time: Wed: 5-9pm, Thurs: 2-9, Fri: 12-10, Sat: 10-9, Sun:11-5
Place: America’s Center Downtown

awakening Awakening: A RAW event. RAW, an international independent arts organization that hand-selects and spotlights independent creatives in visual art, film, fashion, music, hair & makeup artistry, photography, models and performing art. The Awakening will feature featuring natural born artists in the visual art, photography, fashion design, hair design, jewelry design, and music fields. Check out live performances and DJ Absolutely. 21+ to enter. $15 for admission.

Date: Thursday, February 27th
Time: 8pm
Place: The Coliseum – 2619 Washington Ave

mayor's ball Mayor’s Mardi Gras Ball: A night of dinner and dancing before a morning of parades and partying. Get dressed up and party at City Hall as a guest of St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay. The proceeds from this event go to fund various projects around St. Louis and in Soulard. Ticket cost is $125 and includes, valet parking, dinner, dessert, premium open bar, and music by Dr. Zhivegas.

Date: Friday, Feb 28th
Time: 7pm-12am
Place: City Hall Downtown

st. charles chill Hull Of A Night: Missouri Mavericks at St. Charles Chill special event. A special appearance by former St. Louis Blue and Hall of Famer Brett Hull. The event will also include a Special Blues-themed jersey action event to benefit Mercy Kids. Tons of local mascots will be available to take photos, and there will be a commemorative Boy Scout patch giveaway. Ticket Specials: Hull of a Deal Package ($160): 4 diamond level tickets to both “Hull of a Night” (Bobby Hull – March 8th), one signed Bobby Hull poster, one entry to win Brett Hull Chill #16 jersey, one entry to win Bobby Hull Chill #9 jersey.

Date: Friday, Feb 28th
Time: 7:05pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

trivia 6th Annual Food Outreach Trivia Night: Food Outreach’s annual trivia night. Since it is being hosted just days before the Oscars, it will be a Hollywood glamour event. Best Actor/Actress General admission trivia table is $200. Best Picture VIP Trivia Table is $280 and includes premium table location, a designated table volunteer, 2 bottles of wine, cookies by Food Outreach’s Chef Nick, and 50/50 raffle tickets. Doors open at 6pm, trivia begins at 7pm.

Date: Friday, Feb 28th
Time: 7pm
Place: Orlando’s Event Center – 2050 Dorsett Village

diavolo Diavolo: Mix Los Angeles based dance company of gymnasts, modern dancers, athletes, stunt performers, martial artists and ballet and hip-hop dancers with the choreographer behind Cirque du Soleil’s “Kà” and you get Diavolo. Using dynamic movement and colossal set pieces including skateboard ramps, a 15-foot staircase, an 18-foot aluminum and steel spinning wheel and a giant cube that turns into a pyramid, they push the boundaries of dance. It is called the “NFL of dance” for its athletic prowess and dubbed by the Los Angeles Times as the city’s “wild child” with “daredevil dancers.”

Date: Fri, Feb 28th & Sat, March 1st
Time: 8pm
Place: Touhill Performing Arts Center

chase for charity Chocolate Chase For Charity: Engineers Without Borders presents the Chocolate Chase for Charity 5K. Engineers Without Borders partners with developing communities around the world to better their quality of life through sanitation, energy, and water projects. Help support the Missouri S&T chapter of EWB by running, jogging, or walking this 5K. There will be lots of great prizes. Top finishers receive Yurbuds headphones and there are two passes for Lifetime Fitness to be given away. Plus free hot chocolate for everyone. Registration is $25.

Date: Sat, March 1st
Time: 9:30am
Place: Queeny Park

flamingo bowl All That STL 90s Dance Party: A celebration of all things 90s with Brittany Browers and DJ Billy Brown. Bowl, dance, and enjoy 90s tunes. No cover. 21 +.

Date: Saturday, March 1st
Time: 10pm
Place: Flamingo Bowl – 1117 Wash Ave

zoo mardi gras Delta Dental Mardi Gras: A Mardi Gras event for the family. Bring the kids to the zoo for a fun Mardi Gras parade. Create your own unique mask of sequins, glitter and feathers. Beads for everyone. At 3pm, enjoy a parade around the Zoo led by the Zoo’s costumed characters and Delta Dental costumed characters Tooth Wizard, PlaqueMan and Tooth Fairy, “Land of Smiles” performance at 11:30 in McDonnell Center at River Camp. Radio Disney St. Louis performers will be at Winter Zoo playing crazy games for totally cool prizes while listening to Radio Disney’s hottest tunes! Enjoy a Stroller and Wagon Float Contest. This is a free event.

Date: Sunday, March 2nd
Time: 11am-4pm (parade at 3pm)
Place: St. Louis Zoo

 
 

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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