STL Weekend Event Guide: March 20-23

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Your St. Louis weekend events from Thursday, March 20th through Sunday, March 23rd.

iron fork Iron Fork: Taste delicious menu items from 40 top-notch restaurants, all hand selected by RFT’s Food Critic, enjoy a live cooking competition, tastings from area wineries, complimentary drinks from Sponsors, live music and more! A portion of the event proceeds will benefit the St. Louis Area Foodbank. GA tickets are $40 and include: unlimited tastings from 40 restaurants and area wineries and 3 free drinks. VIP tickets are $80 and include: early access at 6pm, 2 lounge areas with private bars, 5 drinks, a gift bag, and unlimited tastings from restaurants and area wineries.

Date: Thursday, March 20
Time: 6-10pm
Place: Union Station – Downtown

tenacious eats Tenacious Eats Presents “The Royal Tennenbaums”: A food and film event created by former Scottish Arms chef Liz Schuster. An interactive dining experience where a food-themed film will be screened with four or five courses inspired by the movie prepared, plated and served by Schuster and her partner, Jake Alcorn. Doors open at 5:30PM with pre-show music by Letter to Memphis. No dress code but costumes are encouraged. Film begins at 8pm. Tickets are $65.00 in advance and include 5 courses and 5 cocktails or $85.00 day of.

Date: Thursday, March 20
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Meyer’s Grove Theater – 4510 Manchester Rd

moolah Moolah Shrine Circus: Experience gravity-defying trapeze artists as they fly through the air in their aerial ballet. Enjoy the crazy antics of the hilarious clowns as they jump and tumble under the “Big Top”. Listen to the roar of the magnificent but treacherous tigers. Watch the elephants as they trumpet around the “Three Rings”. Taste the wonderful carnival food such as cotton candy, snow cones, peanuts, popcorn and soda. Check out numerous different types of animals such as enormous elephants, fierce royal Bengal and Siberian tigers and high spirited Arabian stallions, and get up close and personal with the elephants and ponies while riding them. GA tickets are $15. Check the website for free children’s vouchers.

Date: March 20-23
Time: Thurs 7pm, Fri-Sun times vary
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

third degree Third Friday Spring Fever: Bring the kids for a night of glass blowing and more. Children draw pictures of what they want a glass artist to create. Artmart geniuses armed with supplies encourage the creative process, mini-performance of “Iceberg to Nowhere” by Tesseract Theater, Thad from SAMMY J Balloon Creations shows how to make balloon animals, Card magician, face painting, R&B performances by Maple Jam, fire Spinning by the fearless Fire Techs. Weather permitting, food from STL food trucks: Curbside Cookery, Pi On The Spot, and Destination Desserts. Drink of the Month: Spring Fever.

Date: Friday, March 21
Time: 6pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

eclectic earth Eclectic Earth Art Opening: A night of art jazz, and cocktails. Experience art inspired by nature, landscapes, and geology by St. Louis phtographer Jane Linders & Mixed Media Map Artist, Mary Nasser. In addition to the art, enjoy music from the Kevin Mitchell Jazz Group, cocktails, friends, and Teddy Freddy.

Date: Friday, March 21st
Time: 6-8pm
Place: The Refind Room – 2525 S Brentwood

C&C-logo Cocktails and Clowns: Laughter elevates heart rate, increases oxygenation of blood, lowers stress hormones, massages muscles and vital organs, and decreases pain. Proceeds from this event will support The Clown Docs program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Clown Docs is an organization of five professionally trained clowns who masquerade as “doctors” and roam the St. Louis Children’s Hospital floors to entertain children staying in our care. The event will feature live music as well as a raffle (1 for $10 or 3 for $25) and auction items for bid. GA Tickets are $50 and include beer, wine, Pearl vodka drinks and appetizers.

Date: Friday, March 21
Time: 7-11pm
Place: Windows on Washington – 1601 Wash Ave

boxing A Knock Out Event: A fundraiser for St Louis All City Boxing non-profit organization. A spaghetti dinner will kick off the night. This catered event will also feature a cash bar available to those attending the dinner. After dinner, stick around for a night of amateur boxing. St Louis vs. Kansas City will showcase the best amateur boxers in Missouri. Tickets for the dinner include admission to the boxing event and are $30 per person. Purchase advanced tickets for the dinner, or just purchase tickets for boxing for $10. First bout starts at 7pm.

Date: Saturday, March 22
Time: 5pm
Place: Koken Art Factory – 2500 Ohio Ave

night at 4th Annual Night at the Museum: Come experience tales of the settling of the American West and recount what life was like during these early times in American history. Visitors can interact with period-costumed characters, hear stories of the early American West and participate in hands-on activities. This will be one of the last opportunities to experience the current exhibits of the museum before it closes for extensive renovations as part of the CityArchRiver 2015 project. The event also includes Old West-themed activities such as buffalo chip races, building their own branding irons, exploring a tipi, singing songs and learning about keel boat cordelling. Reservations are required. Tickets are $15 per person (children 2 and under are free) and include a tram ride to the top of the Arch and hot dog dinner. Kids ages 3-15 will receive passes for a future Gateway Arch Riverboat sightseeing cruise.

Date: Saturday, March 22
Time: 6-9pm
Place: Gateway Arch

ciceros St. Louis Battle of the Bands: A St. Louis band showdown presented by Gorilla Music featuring some of St. Louis’ favorite up & coming bands: Sunshine Mama’s, Sound Beacon, Worth of Tomorrow, Mojo Williams Band, All My Vices, American Majors, The 12 to 6 Movement, Ezekiel James, Hoodbilly Draw, Get At Me, No Penny’s Boat. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Date: Sunday, March 23
Time: 4pm
Place: Cicero’s – 6691 Delmar


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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 long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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