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From the beginning of this crisis, Town&Style has strived to be a source of good news, helpful information and positivity. Since we all have to stay healthy and stable, we’ll provide ways to keep your mind active, body well and heart smiling! Together we are stronger. 

PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 information is constantly evolving, so please check an organization’s website for the absolute latest information.

STAGES St. Louis announced changes to its 2020 performance schedule. A Chorus Line, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and La Cage Aux Folles have been canceled. The season finale, Always … Patsy Cline, is still scheduled to run from Sept. 4 to Oct. 4. Subscribers will receive a letter about ticketing options, and the box office will be open for inquiries starting May 6. Call 314.821.2407 or visit stagesstlouis.org for information.

The Fabulous Fox Theatre announced rescheduling plans for two of its shows. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (originally planned for March) will take place Dec. 22 through 27, and Cats (originally planned for April) will be moved to a future season. Season ticket holders will be notified about their options, and refunds for other ticket holders will begin in April. Visit fabulousfox.com for more information.

SLIFF/Cinema St. Louis Presents FILM FESTIVAL DAY April 11: Film at 5 pm, Q&A at 7. Film festival audiences from across North America will join together for a virtual screening of the independent film PHOENIX, OREGON and filmmaker Q&A. Proceeds from tickets purchased will be split with Cinema St. Louis, which is participating in the first Film Festival Day with 29 other film festivals across the U.S.

ST. LOUIS AQUARIUM ESSAY CONTEST: The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation is holding a marine animal essay contest for students in grades K-12. Kids and teens are invited to submit a two-page, handwritten essay in response to a question designed for their age group. Two runners up in each group will win two free tickets to the St. Louis Wheel, and the winner will receive a pass for two free aquarium admissions, two free tickets to the St. Louis Wheel and a $10 gift card to the Aquarium Gift Shop.

Entries are due by April 13 and should be submitted by sending photos or scanned PDFs of the essays to info@stlaquariumfoundation.org using the subject line “Essay Contest – [student’s name] – Age [student’s age].” If the student is under 18, a parent or legal guardian must submit the entry, and doing so grants the St. Louis Aquarium Foundation permission to use the essay on its website, social media pages or for any publicity purposes. If pictures are included, they do not count as one of the written pages. Essays must be handwritten by the student in his or her own words, and they will be evaluated on skill in answering the question as well as grammar and spelling.

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Forest Park: A Walk Through History by Carolyn Mueller: In these home-bound times, we’re all discovering how powerful just taking a walk can be. Carolyn Mueller takes readers through the main attractions and secret spots of Forest Park. After learning about its history and natural wonders, map your own route and explore the park’s more than 1,200 acres yourself! Available wherever books are sold.

Baseball in St. Louis: From Little Leagues to Major Leagues by Ed Wheatley: Missing the Cardinals right now? Local author and baseball player Ed Wheatley shares the unique role baseball has played in St. Louis and the impact the city has had on the sport. Available wherever books are sold April 1.

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