Cultural arts are alive in St. Charles County in November. The best part–most are free! Some may have a small charge and some free activities may require pre-registration. Check the online information before you head to an event.
Nov. 4, St. Charles: Author Maile Meloy discusses her book, The After-Room, at 7pm at the Kathryn Linnemann location of the St. Charles City-County Library. Free. Check out page 3 of this brochure for more information.
Nov. 5-7, St. Charles: Lindenwood’s Department of Dance presents a fall concert in the university’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts at 7:30pm. General admission tickets are $10. Purchase tickets here.
Nov. 6, St. Peters: The Spencer Road location of the St. Charles City-Count Library hosts A Conversation with Joe Klein, author of Charlie Mike: The True Story of Two Local St. Louis Heroes Who Brought Their Mission Home, at 7pm. Free. See page 3 of this brochure for more information.
Nov. 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, St. Peters: For two consecutive weekends Act 2 Theater presents Urinetown: The Musical (live theater) at the St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre theater. For information and ticket prices, visit Act 2 Theater’s website.
Nov. 7, O’Fallon: The movie, Jurassic World, is the feature for Teen Movie Night at the Winghaven location of the St. Charles City-County Library. Free. Page 9 of this brochure has more information.
Nov. 9-14, St. Charles: The Lindenwood Music Series features concerts by the university’s Jazz Band, Chorus, Orchestra, and Wind and Percussion Ensembles. All concerts held on campus in the J Scheidegger Center for the Arts. For information about ticket prices, click here.
Nov. 10, St. Peters: A free showing of the documentary film Don’t Tell Anyone (No Digas a Nadie) with discussion will be presented at 6:30pm at the Spencer Road branch of the St. Charles City-County Library location. Check page 12 of this brochure for more information.
Through Nov. 11, St. Charles: A ceramics exhibit, Functional Limits presents works by Mikey McGhee and Laura Polaski. Lindenwood University. Click here for hours and more information. Free.
Until Nov. 12, Cottleville: Fibers Invitational is an exhibit of fiber works such as baskets, weavings, fashion design, and other crafts at the Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building on the St. Charles Community College campus. Free. Click here for more information.
Nov. 13, 14, 15, St. Peters: Urinetown: The Musical. See Nov. 6.
Nov. 14, Cottleville: Young People’s Theatre of St. Charles Community College performs Nifty Fifties at 3pm and 7pm in the Daniel J. Conoyer Social Sciences Building auditorium on the college campus. Click here for ticket information or call 636-922-8233.
Nov. 17, St. Charles: The Kisker Road location of the St. Charles City-County Library offers an afternoon showing of the movie The Longest Ride at 1:30pm. Check page 12 of this brochure for more information. Free.
Nov. 17, Cottleville: St. Charles Community College offers a free public showing of the film Tambien la lluvia, shows at 6:30pm at the SSB Auditorium on the college campus. Click here for more information.
Nov. 18, Cottleville, The film, The Hundred-Foot Journey, screens at 6:30pm at the SSB Auditorium of the St. Charles Community College campus. Open to the public and free. Click here for more information.
Nov. 18-22, Cottleville: St. Charles Community College’s Center State Theatre performs Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music in the Donald D. Schook Fine Arts Building theatre. A comedy for high school students and above. Free for SCC students, $8 for general admission, and $6 for seniors, veterans, and students. For ticket information, click here or call 636-922-8233.
Nov. 23, St. Charles: Check the Lindenwood University performing arts website for information about the Fall Chamber series.
Nov. 27, St. Charles: The historic district of St. Charles begins its 2015 Christmas Traditions festival at 11am at Kister Park Gazebo (400 block of South Main St.) with the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus. The month-long festival features many different free events to the end of the year. For an events list click here.
Nov. 27, St. Charles: A Star Wars Movie Marathon starts at 10am at the McClay location of the St. Charles City-County Library. Free. Page 9 of this brochure has more information.
Nov. 27-Dec. 30, O’Fallon: The annual Celebration of Lights that began in 1991 starts again on Nov. 27 in the city’s Fort. Zumwalt Park. Click here for hours and prices.
Nov. 27-Dec. 30, Wentzville: The annual drive-thru display, Holiday Light, opens at Rotary Park at 6pm on Nov. 27. Hours each night are 6-9:30pm. Ticket prices and other information can be found here.