STL Weekend Events: January 4-7

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It’s a slow weekend in St. Louis, but if you’re looking to venture out, here are some good weekend events in St. Louis for Thursday, January 4th through Sunday, January 7th, 2018.


St. Louis Blues: The Blues take on the Vegas Golden Knights at home on Thursday. Puck drops at 7pm. This is the first time the Knights have been to Scottrade.Vegas’ First Visit warm-up pucks from tonight’s game will be available for purchase. Each puck is $50 and will be available online at or text “blues” to 52182. Proceeds benefit Blues for Kids. There will also be a 50/50 Raffle for a chance to win 50 percent of the collected amount from the game. While not the weekend – they will be back home to take on the Florida Panthers on the 9th – be one of the first 12,000 to enter the game and receive a warm Blues fleece blanket.

Date: Thursday, January 4
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

12th Night: Soulard Mardi Gras season is here! The festivities start at 5pm with the petitioning of the Mardi Gras, Inc. Board of Directors. Dignitaries, parade krewes, community organizations, and anyone else of good will and cheer is encouraged to make a creative appeal to the Board to host the annual pre-lenten celebration. At 6:45, after a lengthy, tense, and somewhat raucous debate the Board emerges to announce it’s decision. And much like the election of a Tamany Hall candidate there isn’t much suspense surrounding the decision. A decision of this magnitude must be properly fete’d and what better way to do so than with a parade through the streets of Soulard stopping along the way to toast at several of Soulard’s venerable establishments. It all culminates at Soulard Market in Rudy Commons (the brick plaza in front of the market) with the coronation of the 2018 Rex.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 5pm
Place: Soulard Market Park

STL Onesie Crawl: We’re taking over the streets of Soulard for a ridiculously comfortable crawl. Unleash your inner spirit animal, and throw on your favorite onesie for some pub crawl fun. Join hundreds of onesie-clad crawlers and snap some pics with our roaming photographers. Tickets are $25 and include:
drink specials, express entry and no cover, exclusive souvenir cup, prizes for best onesies in 8 different categories, walking photographers, contests and games at every stop led by the one and only Party MC Jody Rhew, and donation to Team Alec with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Participating Bars include: Social House, Molly’s, Duke’s, Harpo’s, Great Grizzly Bear, Big Daddy’s, D’s Place, Henry’s, Llywelyn’s Pub.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 2-10pm
Place: Soulard


First Friday: Star Wars: Learn how to wield a light saber and other Jedi skills! Hear the latest in planetary science and exoplanet discoveries from Michael C. Bouchard, PhD candidate in Earth and Planetary Science at Washington University.Play The Holocron Quest! Pick your allegiance at the Headquarters Table (light side or dark side) and travel throughout the buildings, gathering knowledge to fill your holocron. May the Force be with you! See R2D2 and other droids created by the St. Louis R2 Builders. See the latest innovations from local hacker space, Arch Reactor. Play Star Wars Blast-a-Trooper with Anime St. Louis.End your evening by seeing Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the OMNIMAX Theater at a special First Friday price!

Date: Friday, January 5
Time: 6-10pm
Place: St. Louis Science Center

Chouteau Greenway Project at Community Day: People of all ages will have the opportunity to help create a mural for the project, in partnership with Freedom Arts & Education Center. Local performers will show off their skills and door prizes will be given out all morning. Information about the project will be displayed, with 10 minute presentations every hour. In addition, enjoy zumba, juggling performances, yoga, a puppet and marionette show, and Girls Inc choir performance. The event is free and food and drink are provided.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 9am-12pm
Place: Harris-Stowe Clay Professional Development Center-3026 Laclede Ave

Arch Rivals/Gatekeepers Roller Derby: Welcome to the 2nd Game of the 2017-2018 Season of St. Louis Roller Derby! Game 2 Matchups are:STUNT DEVILS VS. M-80s at 6:30pm followed by RAIDERS OF FOREST PARK VS. CREVE CORONERS. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Kids under 10 are free.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Midwest Sport Hockey Center-570 Weidman Road

Memories of Elvis: feat. Steve Davis and the Midsouth Revival with Rivertown Sound & Double Trouble, Thomas Hickey as Buddy Holly, Shanna Fredrick as Patsy Cline. There’s a difference between a performance and an experience, between an impersonation and a recreation, and between a moment and a memory. Anyone that has seen Elvis in concert before will tell you it wasn’t a performance – it was an experience. They can tell you the difference between the two is in the details, and they can also tell you an Elvis experience is an electrifying one that you never forget. “Memories of Elvis” is about the details. It’s about creating an experience as opposed to a performance by infusing exhaustive research into a live event that will take your breath away. It’s an electrifying two-hour concert experience featuring powerful rhythm sections complimented with harmony, vocalists, and horns. “Memories of Elvis” journeys through Elvis’ music from the early Sun Recordings through the latter Las Vegas Showroom appearances – making it unmatched as the largest of any Elvis impressionist.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 7pm
Place: The Pageant-6161 Delmar


St. Louis Ambush: Ambush take on the Kansas City Comets at home this weekend. The theme of Saturday’s game is Harry Potter night. Wear your Harry Potter Costumes to Harry Potter Night and you may be chosen to be a part of our high five tunnel during player introductions! Additionally there will be a trivia scavenger hunt and golden snitch games. Tickets start at just $12.

Date: Saturday, January 6
Time: 7:05pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

Or check out movies opening this weekend all around St. Louis: Opening in Movie Theaters This Weekend.


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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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