5 Things to Do in St. Louis this Weekend 11/14 – 11/16
Happy Friday! It’s time for a fun-filled weekend in St. Louis. If you are still pulling your plans together, here are a few suggestions to help make this a memorable weekend.
Art St. Louis XXX, the Exhibition – November 15 – December 23
Art St. Louis is celebrating 30 years of promoting regional artists with the opening of ‘Art St. Louis XXX, the Exhibition’ that features works from a variety of media, including gouache paintings, gunpowder drawings, ceramics, mixed media, photography, latex paint, charcoal, 3-D video, bronze sculpture and much more.
Route du Vin Wine Diva Weekend – November 15 – 16 & Holiday Fare Wine Train – November 15 – 16
The frigid weather doesn’t mean an end to winery season. With the harvest in, wineries along the Hermann Wine Trail are ready to show off the fruit of their labors and give you a head start on holiday shopping at the Holiday Fare Wine Trial. Sample wine and food pairings from seven Hermann-area wineries. Also wine lovers are invited to journey down to Ste. Geneveve’s Route Du Vin Wine Trail for Wine Diva Weekend (Nov. 15-16) where six distinctive wineries offer “diva treats” perfectly paired with wines for even the most discerning palates.
Sternberg Ice Skating in Forest Park – Now Open
Lace up your skates, stretch your legs and get ready for a night of winter fun! Steinberg Skating Rink in historic Forest Park is the largest outdoor ice skating rink in the Midwest is now open for the season! Skate rental and skating lessons are available. There is also an indoor cafe with soups, sandwiches, pizzas and other casual fare.
The 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival – November 15 – 23
Grab the popcorn! 389 films representing 69 countries will be shown at St. Louis Film Festival through November 23. Viewers can expect documentaries, narrative features, short films and a bevy of special events. A full schedule can be found here.
STL Symphony Concert: All-Beethoven – November 15 – 16
Powell Hall will pay tribute to the early works of incomparable Ludwig van Beethoven, when the St. Louis Symphony features Orli Shaham in Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto, along with a special performance by the Symphony’s renowned violinists, Helen Kim and Xiaoxiao Qiang, performing his lyrical Romances.
For a full list of what’s happening this weekend in and around St. Louis, check out our calendar of events. I hope you have a great time.