STL Weekend Events: January 14-17

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The weekend events guide for St. Louis from Thursday, January 14th through Sunday, January 17th, 2016.


St. Louis Blues: While it seemed the Blues were on a losing streak, they cam back with a win against the LA Kings and now they come home to face the Devils (Tuesday) Hurricanes (Thursday), and Canadiens (Saturday). Thursday is Star Wars Night. All game attendees who purchase tickets online using the code FORCE will receive a Jaden Schwartz Jedi Bobblehead. In addition, Scottrade Center will be invaded by characters of the Galactic Empire for fun photo opps.

Date: Thursday, January 14
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

RV Vacation & Travel Show: The 39th annual show is one of the largest public, recreational vehicle consumer shows in the country. Attendees will see 300 RV’s highlighting the latest in state-of-the-art RV technology, streamline designs, parts and accessories as well as travel destination including campgrounds and resorts. Motorhomes, 5th wheels, travel trailers, sport utility trailers, van campers, folding camping trailers and truck campers will all be on display and for sale. Registration is $10 for adults, $5 for children 6-12. Check the website for $2 off.

Date: January 14-17
Time: Thurs: 11am-9pm, Fri: 11am-10pm, Sat: 10am-9pm, Sun: 11am-4pm
Place: America’s Center – 701 Convention Plaza

Hot Country Nights: Ballpark Village kicked off their Hot Country Nights Series with Dan+Shay last weekend. This Friday, the country star performing on the FOX Sports Midwest Live! stage is Eric Paslay. GA tickets are $11 in advance, $15 day of.

Date: Friday, January 15
Time: Doors: 6pm, Show: 8pm
Place: Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Ave

Cardinals Care Winter Warm-Up: Winter Warm-Up provides fans with countless unique opportunities while raising money for Cardinals Care, the team’s charitable fund whose mission is caring for kids in the Cardinals community. Fans can meet their favorite players at autograph sessions, play interactive games, share memories with Hall-of-Famers, take photos with Fredbird, find collectible memorabilia, bid on one-of-a-kind items at live and silent auctions, experience live presentations, and ask tough questions of players, owners, scouts, broadcasters and officials at Q&A sessions. Check out the list of players and tickets here.

Date: January 16-18
Time: Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 9am-5pm, Mon: 9am-3pm
Place: Hyatt Regency – 315 Chestnut


St. Louis Blues: As the Blues take on the Montreal Canadiens, they will also be celebrating Heritage Night. This event is to honor those who have worn the Blue Note and the special moments that have touched fans over the decades. The first 15,000 fans will receive a commemorative canvas with this night’s theme: Goalies. In addition, four of the greatest goalies in St. Louis history: Glenn Hall, Mike Liut, Grant Fuhr, and Curtis Joseph, will be at the game and will be honored throughout the evening.

Date: Saturday, January 16
Time: 6pm
Place: Scottrade Center


Delmar Loop Ice Carnival: This annual ice sculpture event kicks off at the Moonrise Hotel with a Snow Ball. There will be an art auction, cocktails, tap takeover, and bean bags tournament. Saturday come out to check out the ice sculptures lining the street. Participate (or cheer on) the 5K (or 10K) Frozen Buns Run starting at 10am. There’s a Putt Putt Pub Scrawl, scavenger hunt, human dog sled races, ice slide, live music, skateboard demos, and much more.

Date: January 15 & 16
Time: Fri: 8pm-12am, Sat: 10am-5pm
Place: The Delmar Loop

4th Annual Quarter Auction: United 4 Children is hosting their 4th annual event which includes a raffle, auction, and party all in one. Doors open at 6pm tp preview auction items and vendor tables. The auction starts at 7pm. There will be 50/50 drawings, attendance prizes, and popcorn and drinks. Paddles are $10 at the door. Come out for a fun night to support a program which improves the social, emotional, physical, and educational well being of children by enriching the knowledge of families, teachers, and caregivers.

Date: Friday, January 15
Time: 6pm
Place: Glaziers Hall, 5916 Wilson Ave

People Are Strange: In celebration of the people who have visited Third Degree over the year, they are kicking off their 1st Third Friday of 2016 with “People Are Strange.” The event will include unusual guided glass art activities, food from the Hotdog Man and dessert from Strange Donuts. The East Gallery will present its new installation: “Obscured Transformation” by Terri Willits. Dance to the beat of the unique percussive sound of Raw Earth and enjoy fire spinning by St. Louis Fire Technicians. The event is free.

Date: January 15
Time: 6pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

Cabin Fever: An afternoon of big music, big beers and big fun outside Bottleworks. Advance tickets are $30. Tickets are $35 at Schlafly Bottleworks the day of the event. Tickets entitle you to 18 two-ounce beer samples, plus live music by ClusterPluck.

Date: Saturday, January 16
Time: 12-4
Place: Schlafly Bottleworks – 7260 Southwest Ave

Mardi Gras Snowman Softball Tournament: Come out to play or to cheer and drink. This event is in its 6th year and over 90 teams will compete for the title in their respective division. The co-ed division plays Saturday and the men’s division plays Sunday. Players and spectators can stop by Hoghead’s at Wells and Macklind for hot food and adult beverages. On both Saturday and Sunday, teams will vie for the Bud Light Beer Drinking Trophy, which goes to the team that purchases the most beer. Please note that outside food and beverages are not permitted inside Hoghead’s. Proceeds from the tournament go to the Police Athletic League, a not-for-profit organization that provides positive character building and after school athletic activities for at-risk youth.

Date: January 16 & 17
Time: 7:30am
Place: Central Fields, Forest Park

St. Charles

St. Louis Ambush: After an away loss to the Milwaukee Wave, St. Louis’ indoor soccer team comes home to compete (and hopefully win) against the Syracuse Silver Knights. General admission to this game is free. VIP Area tickets available for $47 each, which includes food and drink.

Date: Friday, January 15
Time: 11:05am
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

North County

St. Louis Family Theatre Series Presents: Charlotte’s Web: St. Louis Family Theatre Series is a partnership of the Junior League of St. Louis and the Florissant Civic Center Theatre. Together with our sponsors, our theatre series brings the highest quality professional touring companies to St. Louis families. This weekend, TheatreworksUSA brings a production of Charlotte’s Web to St. Louis. A tale based on E.B. White’s loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte. Admission is $7.

Date: January 15-17
Time: Fri: 7:30pm, Sat & Sun: 2pm
Place: Florissant Civic Center Theatre – 1 James J. Eagan Dr


Paranormal Investigation: The St. Louis Paranormal Research Society will be presenting an overnight paranormal investigation at the haunted Pere Marquette Lodge. Take a guided tour and learn the history and paranormal claims associated with The Lodge and surrounding areas. You may also take a short walk (weather permitting) and visit a Native American Burial Mound or the historic 1800’s cemetery that sits between the Lodge and the campgrounds. Then begin your investigation. Ghost hunting equipment will be available for you to borrow or feel free to bring your own. This overnight package includes participation in the Paranormal Investigation and a $20 Restaurant Voucher for dinner that night or a hearty breakfast in the morning.

Date: Friday, January 15
Time: 8pm-2am
Place: Pere Marquette Lodge – 13653 Lodge Blvd

Belleville Antiques & Collectibles Flea Market: The premiere indoor & outdoor market in Southern Illinois. It takes place the 3rd weekend of every month and features over 600 tables and 300-400 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, and merchandise – old and new. Admission is free. Food and drinks are available for purchase.

Date: January 16-17
Time: 9am-4pm
Place: Belle-Clair County Fairgrounds, 200 South Belt East

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