Enjoy a 45-minute tractor-drawn hayride with friends and family (20-person maximum) any Friday or Saturday night and tour the park under the stars. Finish the night with a bonfire reserved just for you. For reservations, call 314.615.8472.
The exhibit features 70 paintings from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, that survey the Dutch Golden Age. An array of programming related to the exhibit will be offered, including a panel discussion on 17th-century Dutch art Oct. 18.
Head to The J for this special two-week literary event featuring Jewish authors and topics of interest. Nov. 3 keynote speaker is designer Isaac Mizrahi. Meet a variety of authors including local natives Art Shamsky, Michael Kahn, Alan Kohn, Beth Koritz and Joe Regenbogen. Attendees can buy a Premier Pass for special access.
Enjoy a stirring evening of choral music with renowned British ensemble Tenebrae, appearing as part of the Cathedral Concerts season. The program includes works by Gustav Holst, Ivor Gurney and others.
The 34th annual Brewery Lights kicks off with a lighting ceremony at the Anheuser-Busch Biergarten and Tour Center. St. Louis Blues Captain Alex Pietrangelo, with help from St. Louis Brewery general manager Jim Bicklein, will “flip the switch” to officially mark the start of this year’s Brewery Lights celebrations at 5 p.m.
Brewery Lights is open Friday through Sunday, 5-10 p.m. Nov. 22 through Dec. 29, as well as Monday, Dec. 23; Thursday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Dec. 30. New this year is the Frosty Tour, which includes a complimentary Anheuser-Busch hat and a visit to the Finishing Cellars where guests hear an overview of the brewing process and receive a sample of the freshest beer at the brewery.