Editor's Choice Events for Missouri
Saint Louis, Speaker: Cheree Berry (1/26): Cheree Berry is an award-winning graphic designer at the helm of her company, Cheree Berry Paper, located in Ladue with clients across the country. Cheree will speak at the Field House Museum on the h
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Blue Springs, 2019 Youth Sports Expo (1/26): Come and discover all the youth-based sports, recreation and wellness opportunities offered in our community.
Blue Springs, Birding Social (1/26): Colonial Gardens invites bird lovers to come and enjoy some time to talk with other birdwatchers in the community! Birding groups/clubs are encouraged to join us.
Blue Springs, Daddy Daughter Dance (2/1): DJ Steve Serrano from MIX 93.3 will keep you on the dance floor. There will be cookies, refreshments and a photobooth.
Chesterfield, Boulevard Blues Band at Satchmos (2/2): Boulevard Blues Band returns to Satchmo's Bar & Grill to play their own spin on classic and contemporary blues tunes.
Chesterfield, GOLF in January?! (1/27): Golf In January?! Join Us at Topgolf where the weather doesn't matter to benefit TREE House of Greater St. Louis!
Chesterfield, Joy of Goals 2019 Workshop! (1/26): Our mission is to help you celebrate, dream, design, connect, visualize, and achieve more than you ever imagined possible. Here’s what you’ll discover at this Life-Changing Workshop!
Chesterfield, Over Head Dog at Satchmos (2/8): Located just at Olive and 141, Satchmo’s combines a sports bar atmosphere, gourmet food, and hand crafted cocktails in a way that gives guests a truly unique experience.
Chesterfield, Soapmaking 101 (2/9): Soapmaking 101 is an introductory workshop in which you will learn the basics of cold process soapmaking (how to make soap from scratch) from an HSCG certified soapmaker.
Columbia, 5th Annual Garage Sale and Bridal Flea Market (2/2): The time is coming up for our annual garage sale! We will be selling gently used rental items at a reduced price. A great opportunity to pick up some items for your next event.
Columbia, Dispute Resolution Processes (1/26): Through this training you will learn strategies to prevent problems from arising in the first place through documentation and letter writing.
Columbia, Holistic Fair (2/10): Come out to the largest alternative Health Fair in Mid Missouri. We will have vendors from all over Missouri from acupuncturists, massage therapy, essential oils, chiropractors and much, much more!
Columbia, Intro to Yin Yoga (2/1): Yin Yoga is a complementary yoga practice to the more dynamic and invigorating yoga styles that are predominant today. Some call it the “other half of yoga.”
Columbia, NACSW Sanctioned ORT (1/26): NACSW™ ODOR RECOGNITION TEST. Odors: Birch, Anise, and Clove. $30 per odor per dog
Columbia, New Places for New People Discernment Retreat (1/25): As a pastor or lay person have you ever dreamed of doing a totally new thing for God? Maybe you haven’t told anyone because it seems impossible compared to your ministry today.
Columbia, Rough N Rowdy 7 (2/1): Rough N' Rowdy is Back! If you joined us last time you know this is a train wreck you can't take your eyes off of and it is time to watch the next installment.
Columbia, The DiverCity New Years BASH (1/25): The DiverCity B.A.S.H (Business And Social Hour) is like no other; it's free, lot's of fun and hands down the most diverse networking event/ opportunity in Columbia.
Columbia, Trikonasana Yoga Class (1/26): Variations, sequencing, demonstrations and conversation will allow us the opportunity to explore the pose in depth. Donation request $15.
Columbia, Valentine Banquet: Dinner & a Movie (2/9): Enjoy a wonderful banquet night with delicious food and sweet fellowship. Our prayer is that all will be Blessed while giving Glory to God!
Florissant, Clack Attack: Dirt (1/26): Our popular Clack Attack class is now a workshop! This 90 minute workshop is an exotic heels choreography class taught by Holly Merlot. Thrash and Clack to the musical stylings of Alice In Chains.
Florissant, Historic Florissants Coffee Talk (1/27): The event is hosted by Historic Florissant and is free of charge - although donations are appreciated. Coffee and cookies will be served.
Florissant, Studio Pick your project and Mini Tiles (1/27): Come join us at the Studio for Pick your Project or Mini tiles. Buy one for $12 or buy 2 for $20! The discount automatically applies to your cart .
Grain Valley, Free Appraisal Event (1/26): Learn more about the history of your item as well as the current market value! Spread the word we look forward to seeing you and your amazing items!
Independence, 2019 Up Too Late Tournament (1/26): The 12th annual Everything is Up Too Late in Kansas City will be held Saturday, January 26, 2019. Registration will open Dec. 17th and continue until it fills up in early January.
Independence, Nativity of Mary Open House (1/27): Come see what our Nativity community is all about! Our Open House will be on Sunday, January 27, 2019 following the 10:30 am Mass - 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Jefferson City, 2019 Mid-Missouri Heart Ball (2/9): Funds raised through this event will fund life-saving research, advocacy and educational programs for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Jefferson City, 2nd Annual Trivia Night for Special Olympics (2/2): Come out for a night out to beat the winter blues, have fun, and raise money for Special Olympics Missouri. In addition to trivia, we will also feature mini games and a silent auction!
Jefferson City, Athletic Events Fundraiser (2/8): Tickets are $40 per couple and the proceeds help support bringing sporting events to Jefferson City. Tickets include a chicken dinner, beer and soda, and entry into the Big Bucks drawing.
Jefferson City, Pre Super Bowl Trivia Night (2/1): Enjoy a Pre-Super Bowl Trivia Night with food, games and prizes. Prizes for best Super Bowl theme table, Pizza by the slice and soft drinks available.
Jefferson City, Sylvia at JC Gospel EXPLOSION! (2/2): This is the concert for the gospel music lover. Come join myself and other Missouri performers/artists as we share our talents in gospel music. Various gospel choirs and groups to perform.
Joplin, Equipment Maintenance Class (2/2): FREE equipment maintenance seminar. This will give teach you how to keep your expensive SCUBA equipment clean and in working order between servicing.
Joplin, Single Release Party (2/1): The song Drops on iTunes and most streaming platforms in January! Don't worry, I'll keep you updated on when you can listen on you devices! Can't wait to share the music with you all!
Joplin, Walkout FC 14 Fully Loaded (1/26): Walkout FC is excited to kickoff 2019 with a "FULLY LOADED" and action packed night of fights at the Joplin Memorial Hall in Joplin, Missouri on Saturday, January 26th.
Kansas City, 12th Annual Challenge Your Fashion (1/26): Challenge Your Fashion is an incredible annual tradition featuring current and former players from your favorite local teams walking the runway with YMCA Challenger athletes and buddies.
Kansas City, 2019 Bayou Bash (2/2): Join us for an evening of Mardi Gras festivities at the 15th annual Bayou Bash! This year we will return to the InterContinental Hotel on the Plaza.
Kansas City, 2019 Groundhog Run (1/27): Groundhog Run has been one of Kansas City's favorite runs since 1982. Each year thousands of runners fill the SubTropolis at Hunt Midwest for an 100% underground 5K and 10K race experience.
Kansas City, 7th annual All Souls Chili (& Mac-n-cheese) Cookoff (1/26): Join us for the 7th annual All Souls Chili (& Mac-n-cheese) Cookoff! On January 26th, 2019 we will host a friendly culinary competition to benefit the general operating fund for the church.
Kansas City, A Hill to Die Upon (1/25): The gospel of modern black metal has fallen upon deaf ears in the Middle West. The constant barrage of sonic masturbation has been disregarded as pedantic puppetry. A Hill to Die Upon has refused the
Kansas City, Abated Mass of Flesh (1/25): Beginning as a solo act by Zack Plunkett in the summer of 2011, Abated Mass of Flesh initially gained attention after the release of the first EP "Moth and Rust in the Temple of Putridity."
Kansas City, Brand Your Business Workshop (2/2): In this workshop we will focus on Branding, but how to uncover the YOU in your branding so that your honesty, authenticity, and truth really shine.
Kansas City, Capturing Bliss Opening Reception (2/8): The theme of the show is "Capturing Bliss". We hope to find and display artwork about finding bliss in the now and living life to the fullest.
Kansas City, Chinese New Year Celebration! (2/9): Please join practitioners, friends and patients for this wonderful event to support our professional organization for acupuncturists, the Acupuncture Association of Missouri (AAM)
Kansas City, Dan Bremnes (1/26): Opting against the usual childhood dreams of becoming an astronaut, putting out fires or pitching in the Major Leagues, singer/songwriter Dan Bremnes was convinced that a future as a drummer would com
Kansas City, Ecclesiast (1/25): Ecclesiast is a Christian metal band with one goal in mind - bear witness and share the love of Jesus Christ through the music they are born to play with the whole world.
Kansas City, Fall/Winter Season Showcase #2 (1/26): Rock music performed by School of Rock Lee's Summit Students. Times subject to change, ALL Rock 101 and Performance students perform at BOTH shows.
Kansas City, First Friday at The Wild Way (2/1): Come see some incredible friends / Wild Way regulars who put their heart and soul into their work, and quite literally, go out into the wild to capture moments for all of us all to enjoy.
Kansas City, Free Emotional Intelligence Workshop (1/26): You will discover how to: Evaluate your current level of emotional intelligence. Identify your communication strengths and weaknesses. Develop best practices in managing conflict
Kansas City, GFL at Westport Saloon (2/2): GFL is back at everyone's favorite roots venue, The Westport Saloon. No cover.
Kansas City, Half-Day Zen Meditation Retreat (2/2): The Rime Center offers a Zen style retreat once every quarter. We will be observing noble silence throughout the retreat. Tea and bottled water will be provided.
Kansas City, Hot Hands 2019 (1/26): Front/Space is proud to present HOT HANDS 2019, our fourth annual live drawing and fundraising event! One of the most exciting events in KC!
Kansas City, Iliza Shlesinger (2/1): Originally from Dallas, Iliza moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Emerson College. She is the only female and youngest comedian to hold the title of NBC's Last Comic Standing.
Kansas City, Inward: Full Practice w/ Lauren (2/2): Join Lauren Leduc in our Downtown Studio for a 2-hour practice designed to solidify and strengthen your 2019 yoga commitment.
Kansas City, Jackie Myers Trio (1/26): A state-to-state favorite, Myers’ mixture of soul, jazz and modern R&B highlight her heartfelt voice and musical skill.
Kansas City, Jamieson Fence Suuply Access Control OPEN HOUSE (2/1): JAMIESON FENCE SUPPLY ACCESS CONTROL OPEN HOUSE. WHEN: FEBRUARY 1, 2019. VENDORS: ALL-O-MATIC, CELL-GATE, CHAMBERLAIN, DOOR KING, HYSECURITY, SURE-FI, US-AUTOMATIC. DOOR PRIZES THROUGHOUT THE DAY!
Kansas City, January Relax Deeply (1/27): Join us for our monthly restorative yoga class, Relax Deeply! Led by Laura Williamson, this class is open to students of all levels and it requires no prior registration.
Kansas City, Kansas City Symphony (1/26): Now under the dynamic leadership of acclaimed Music Director Michael Stern, the Kansas City Symphony has experienced impressive artistic growth through its history and under the batons of Russell Patt
Kansas City, KC Remodel + Garden Show (2/8 - 2/10): Discover the latest in home improvement, design, landscaping, and more at the KC Remodel + Garden Show, February 8-10, at the American Royal Center.
Kansas City, KCHC Wine & Paint Night (2/8): Join us for our next Horror Club Painting extravaganza! BYOB and we'll have a great time! Tickets are $25 and will be available soon.
Kansas City, Legislative Session 2019 Forum (2/1): Past year's panels have included area state legislators, full panel yet to be announced. Please mark your calendars for this informative event.
Kansas City, Liberty Jazz returns to Hush! (1/25): We play jazz standards, show tunes, Broadway favorites and a variety of other well known songs!
Kansas City, Life Business Council (1/25): Our quarterly event will feature T J Jackson from the morning show!
Kansas City, Loom Knitting Made Easier w/ Cocktails (1/26): A super fun night of loom knitting! It's way easier than standard knitting and super quick. We will teach you the basics and then you will be able to knit your very own scarf.
Kansas City, Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear (1/26): Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear consists of Madisen Ward and Ruth Ward. They are a modern soulful/folk music duo from Independence, Mo.
Kansas City, Northsides Chili Cook-off 2019 (1/27): Come out for some delicious chili! Chili toppings, dessert, and beverages provided. Contestants needed! Bring your best chili. A prize will be awarded for the best chili.
Kansas City, Off The Clock - IT!KC Staff Show (2/1): All year long our staff here help the artists we support create so they can express themselves and exhibit work.
Kansas City, Pendant Necklace Workshop (1/25): Design, cut, and create a one-of-a-kind statement pendant necklace using natural gemstones, bamboo, and raw brass.
Kansas City, Plant-Based Wing Bowl 2019 (1/26): Join us for the third annual Wing Bowl -- KC's plant-based 'wing' competition at City Market!
Kansas City, PSE at the KC Jukehouse (1/26): Pure Sweetness Entertainment is back at it again! If you enjoyed us on the 28th, come out and see what we got in store on January 26th! You dont wanna miss it!
Kansas City, Rend Collective (1/26): Rend Collective is an eclectic collective of multi-instrumentalists from the North of Ireland. An inherent desire for something spiritually substantive in our increasingly artificial world is exactly
Kansas City, ROI of MU Planned Giving Marketing (2/8): In 2018, the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) planned giving office enlisted the help of graduate students in the MU Truman School of Public Administration to help them determine the historic ROI
Kansas City, Serger Basics - session 2 of 2 (1/25): Master your serger! Learn threading, tension, and seaming tips while making a sample notebook. Bring your own serger, or use one of ours - (reservation of your serger is required)
Kansas City, Shamrock FC 315 (2/2): Must be 18 years old or accompanied by an adult to attend this event.
Kansas City, Shen Yun (1/25 - 1/27): Sometimes, to go forward, we have to go back. Shen Yun brings to life the glorious culture of ancient China, lost under communist rule, by reaching back across 5,000 years for its artistic inspiration
Kansas City, Störlings UNDERGROUND (2/1 - 2/2): Celebrate Störling Dance Theater’s 12th Anniversary of presenting UNDERGROUND in Kansas City.
Kansas City, TeamKC Training Camp 2019 (2/8): TeamKC Training Camp 2019 is on February 8th at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO.
Kansas City, The Mayoral Candidate Forum (1/26): This will be a great opportunity to engage with all of the Mayoral Candidates and also for the Mayoral Candidates to hear about the challenges and concerns of the community.
Kansas City, The Pražák and Zemlinsky Quartets (1/25): The Prazak Quartet—one of today´s leading international chamber music ensembles—was established in 1972 while its members were students at the Prague Conservatory.
Kansas City, Tournament 101 Seminar at Shoal Creek Golf Course (2/1): Don’t miss out on the extraordinary opportunity to increase your fundraising revenues in a fun and exciting way. You will leave this event with a foundation and planning kit for success.
Kansas City, Turnpike Revue: KCMO (2/9): The fifth and final installment of TURNPIKE REVUE: BATTLE FOR H2E FEST! Bands compete for a spot on stage at the first annual HALFWAY TO EVERYWHERE FEST!!!.
Kansas City, Walter Trout (2/1): Walter Trout’s backstory is a page-turner you won’t want to put down. Five decades in the making; it is equal parts thriller, romance, suspense and horror. There are musical fireworks, critical acclai
Kansas City, Westport Saloon (1/25): Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats formed in Asheville NC as a street busking project in late 2011.
Lees Summit, Blackout KC 2.0 (1/26): KC CHIVES ON presents BLACKOUT KC 2.0!! It's time to bring Blacklight back.
Lees Summit, Canva for Beginners - Creating Content (1/25): Create professional looking graphics that can be used online, in print, and throughout social media channels without having a creative background. Registration on Eventbrite is required.
Lees Summit, J & the Rev (2/2): Perfect for the chocolate crawl! J and the Rev playing from 7-11p.m.
Lees Summit, Pop Art Your Pet (1/27): An instructor will guide you through step by step as you create your painting. All painting supplies and instruction will be provided.
Lees Summit, Pop Art Your Pet (2/2): Join us for an evening of wine and painting that supports homeless pets. $15 per ticket will be donated to Midwest Animal Resq!
Lees Summit, Prince & Princess Party (1/26): Let the fairy tales begin! With a wave of our magic wand, you can feel like a real prince or princess. Join the make-believe fun as the enchanted magic unfolds at Paradise Park.
Lees Summit, Real Estate Investor Workshop (1/26): Are you an investor wanting to supplement your income? Come learn the real estate techniques to build wealth for your family.
Lees Summit, The Joanna Berkebile Jazz Quartet (1/26): An evening of swinging standards sung by the velvet voice of Joanna Berkebile and her Jazz Quartet. Full Menu of Craft Cocktails. No Cover
O Fallon, Lash Extension Certification (2/1): Are you interested in starting a new career or expanding your current list of offered services? Eyelash Extensions might be great option for you!
Raytown, Angelas Art Party (1/25): Get ready to paint and sip for Angela! 50% of ticket sales will go to Angela Pagel's medical fund.
Rolla, Frankenstein (2/9): Victor Frankenstein is a Swiss scientist with a mission to create an artificial human. Without considering the consequences of such progress, he succeeds with terrifying results.
Saint Charles, Behind the Mask (2/2): ?The gala will feature entertainment by The Rough Ryders, a silent and live auction, whiskey and wine pull, catering from Quintessential Dining & Nightlife, and open bars throughout the evening.
Saint Charles, Cooking Class: SUSHI (1/26): First Cooking Class of the year! We will be making Sushi, including a Polish Sushi recipe. It will be $30 per person. In order to reserve your spot a $10 minimum is required.
Saint Charles, Mom to Mom Support Group (2/2): Come join Kadie Tannehill CLC, along with other expectant, new and seasoned mommas where we discuss every parenting topic from breastfeeding to sleep regressions...
Saint Charles, Nerf & Pizza Night (1/25): Nerf Wars & Dinner! Brings your friends and nerf guns. We will provide bullets, eyewear, AND pizza! $25 per person. Ages 7+
Saint Charles, Soup Cookoff (2/3): We will be having sandwiches & desserts with the soups so we invite EVERYONE to stay and eat with us!
Saint Charles, Trivia Night (1/26): Enjoy a fun night of trivia. Great auction times. Beer, wine and soda will be provided
Saint Charles, Two Plumbers First Pinball Tournament (1/26): The first Two Plumbers pinball tournament! Group Match Play with no finals. Most points at tournament end is the winner. Tournament plays from noon to 5pm. Doors will open at 11am
Saint Charles, Wheelie good friends workout (2/3): The goal is to create a fun environment and also make some WHEELIE good friends along the way!
Saint Charles, X-treme International Ice Racing - St. Louis, MO (1/26): Speedway bikes and quads are modified and compete on an indoor ice arena. There are over 2000 metal studs added to the tires and there are NO BRAKES! What does that mean...? PURE ADRENALINE!
Saint Joseph, Annual Chili & Soup Supper for Peace! (2/2): Annual Chili Supper to fund raise for local high-school scholarships, local community beautification projects, and continued efforts to eradicate Polio!
Saint Joseph, Danas Favorite Things Event! (2/2): February First Saturday has always been our FAVORITE downtown, and this year we're elated to join the party!
Saint Joseph, February First Saturday w/ Nesting Goods! (2/2): We will have lots of new items in stock for gifts and for your home! Shop our one of a kind items for that perfect gift for your Galentine's or Valentine's day needs.
Saint Joseph, First Saturday: Cat Yoga (2/2): Quest Yoga is purring with excitement to announce our kickoff event: Cat Yoga.
Saint Joseph, Floral and Fauxna: Patty Carroll (1/11 - 2/17): Patty Carroll grew up in suburban Chicago, which provides the basis for her work. Her artwork addresses they myths of domestic perfection, through which she creates worlds that critique and satirize c
Saint Joseph, Laurel DeFreece: Natural Elements (1/11 - 2/7): Missouri artist Laurel DeFreece has worked in many different media during the course of her career, but this exhibition represents a bold new direction.
Saint Joseph, Mac & Cheese cook off (2/2): Beat the winter doldrums by eating (and maybe submitting) a mac & cheese dish into our competition! Prizes to top 3 winners chosen by most votes.
Saint Joseph, Unicorn Canvas (1/26): Come and create this Unicorn Canvas with our very own Kati Riley. She will instruct you on how to create your very own magical unicorn. Reservations required.
Saint Louis, 2nd Annual Celebration of Hope (1/26): Welcome to the 2nd Annual Celebration of Hope! With January being Human Trafficking Awareness Month, we come together to celebrate the hope for the future that victims and survivors will continue to t
Saint Louis, BAMain23 Trivia Night (2/9): The event will benefit the BAMain23 Memorial Fund. This fund was established in 2018 to honor my son, Brandon Alexander Main.
Saint Louis, Bastard Squad (1/27): Bastard Squad are a Melbourne based hardcore punk band who played their first ever gig at the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel in October 1987. The band was conceived in a driveway at a party during slurred ra
Saint Louis, Bayside (2/1): Bayside are an American punk rock (and occasionally emo) band, formed in Queens, New York in the winter of 2000.
Saint Louis, Burns Night 2019 (1/26): The Saint Louis Scottish Rite Knights of Saint Andrew Host the Eighth Annual Robert Burns Evening At The Cathedral on Saturday, January 26, 2019 starting at 5:00pm.
Saint Louis, Carrie Newcomer (1/25): Carrie Newcomer is a Grammy-winning songwriter, recording artist, performer and educator.
Saint Louis, Chinese New Year (2/2): The Magic House is celebrating the kick off to the year of the pig with a festival of fun!
Saint Louis, Christine Corday: Relative Points (1/18 - 4/25): Christine Corday combines the sciences with the fine arts to create a unique body of work that investigates the very stuff and definition of space and the universe.
Saint Louis, Guan Xiao: Fiction Archive Project (1/18 - 4/21): The speed, accessibility, and quantity of data we consume via the internet has transformed our relationships to images, objects, and ideas.
Saint Louis, High On Fire (1/27): High on Fire is a sludge metal group based out of Oakland, California, US. It was founded by the guitarist of Sleep, Matt Pike, and likewise features similar musical tones such as heavy use of drone,
Saint Louis, History Happy Hour (1/31): Explore the Field House Museum after hours during our bi-monthly History Happy Hour. Guests are invited to tour the historic house and check out current exhibitions in the museum while enjoying a comp
Saint Louis, Lola Álvarez Bravo: Picturing Mexico (9/14 - 2/6): This exhibition presents nearly fifty photographs by Lola Álvarez Bravo (1903–93), who played a critical role in Mexico’s modernist wave through her work as a photographer, educator, and curator.
Saint Louis, Mendelssohn’s Scottish (2/1): The sensations of a lively Scottish atmosphere are portrayed in Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony, and pianist Kirill Gerstein takes the stage in Scriabin’s only concerto.
Saint Louis, Mozes and the Firstborn (2/8): Playing a potent mix of sleazy grunge and power pop perfection Mozes and the Firstborn hail from Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The band’s inspirations vary from Guided by Voices and Beck to Weezer and N
Saint Louis, Oliver Laric: 2000 Cliparts (1/18 - 4/21): Berlin-based artist Oliver Laric accumulates, sorts, and recycles visual materials available online. For Street Views, on view on the museum’s facade from dusk to midnight, CAM presents Laric’s 2000 C
Saint Louis, On The Cinder (1/27): On The Cinder started out in the winter of 2012 when three aimless college roommates- Jason, Tyler, and Mike - set out to create a project that was loud, fast, and different from other bands in the mo
Saint Louis, Ruth Asawa: Lifes Work (9/14 - 2/6): The Pulitzer presents the first major museum exhibition of the work of Ruth Asawa (1926–2013) since 2006, and the first ever outside the West Coast, where the artist lived and worked for six decades.
Saint Louis, Ryan Koenig (1/26): Ryan Koenig is an internationally recognized multi-talented musician, singer, and songwriter based in Saint Louis, Missouri USA.
Saint Louis, Speaker: Cheree Berry (1/26): Cheree Berry is an award-winning graphic designer at the helm of her company, Cheree Berry Paper, located in Ladue with clients across the country. Cheree will speak at the Field House Museum on the h
Saint Louis, Twiddle (2/9): With 12 years of relentless touring behind them, Vermont-based rock band Twiddle has built an impressive resume spanning Red Rocks to Bonnaroo, and multiple sellouts of historic rock venues including
Saint Louis, Wheel Throwing (2/3 - 3/23): Learn the basics of using the potter’s wheel to make functional and non-functional clay pieces. Study the fundamental techniques of wedging, centering and raising cylindrical forms.
Saint Louis, William Fitzsimmons (2/8): Singer-songwriter and music producer William Fitzsimmons’ latest record, "Mission Bell" is a chronicling of the tumultuous last year of his life, particularly of the separation from his second wife. A
Springfield, 2019 Annual Girls on the Run Sneaker Soiree (2/2): By purchasing a ticket, silent auction item, or making a donation, you support our ability to offer the Girls on the Run program to every girl, regardless of her ability to pay.
Springfield, 2019 HBA Home Show (1/25 - 1/27): Whether you’re updating the home you love, building the home of your dreams, or looking for home improvement tips, you’ll find inspiration and information at the HBA Home Show.
Springfield, 2019 Super Bowl Spin Party (2/3): Come watch the Super Bowl the only way we know how - on the seat of a bike attached to a trainer! Spin for all of it or parts of it.
Springfield, 3rd Annual Souper Bowl Trivia (1/27): WIN is hosting their 3rd Annual Souper Bowl Sunday Trivia event at the Shrine Mosque Sunday, January 27th from 12 pm - 5 pm.
Springfield, Absolute Beginners Yoga Workshop (1/26): You will learn the fundamental poses of a yoga class, including sun salutations, and how to use yoga tools like a strap or block to make poses more accessible for your body.
Springfield, Coffee House Night (1/25): Come to the New Salama for live music and hot drinks. Relax with friends. Play board games. Everything is free, so bring a friend and join us!
Springfield, Emmaus Womens Winter Gathering (1/26): Join us for a morning of fellowship, a light brunch, worship, & hearing from a favorite speaker of ours, Charity Reeb!
Springfield, Ladies Day Out Fundraiser (2/2): Join us for day of luxurious pampering as we try out clothes, nails, make-up, and self-care.
Springfield, Lassie Trivia/Chili Night (2/1): The Trivia/Chili Night fundraiser helps us raise money to go to the St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Louis.
Springfield, NNL Competition (1/26): This will be the last NNL competition of the season. If you have waited and kept saying you'll do the next competition.... THIS IS IT!!
Springfield, P!nk Bingo! (1/26): LADIES! Join us for a relaxing afternoon of BINGO! Fun will be had by all!
Springfield, Ravnica Allegiance Meta-Rena! (1/25): As many of you know Metarena is an event we do on occasion as a sealed deck format.You buy 6 packs of Ravnica Allegiance and build a 40 card deck.
Springfield, Science Sprouts: Planet Party (1/25): Calling all little astronauts! Come explore the stars and see how NASA scientists find new exoplanets that orbit other stars.
Springfield, SpringVegas Sketchs January Show! (1/25): Join The Not So Famous Midwest Players as they dish out the funniest, and only live sketch comedy in the 417. SpringVegas Sketch Show is all new in January as they present SNOW DAY- SHMO DAY!
Springfield, Super Bowl Party (2/3): Join Christian Campus House and College*Life at Northside, in partnership with Bear Chapel for the biggest party on (well, right next to) campus!
Springfield, The 5th Annual Snow Ball (1/26): You're invited to the 5th Annual Snowball presented by Camp Barnabas! This event is a dance for people with disabilities in the Southwest Missouri area.
Springfield, The Dropouts (1/26): The Dropouts will be @ Shuffle on Saturday January 26th! Make plans now to come and party with us in this great new venue!!
Springfield, Thrive Together Business Support Group (1/25): My vision is simple: a one-stop shop were women in wellness professions can connect with each other, learn new skills and have a trusted advisor to talk through new ideas and rough patches.
Springfield, Tin Foil Hat Day (2/1): Come celebrate your favorite conspiracy theories with cigars from our favorite conspiracy theorist - Dion Gialito of Illusione.
Springfield, Volunteer Orientation (1/27): Want to help abused and neglected animals? Would you like to assist us in placing unwanted pets in new homes? Do you love cats and dogs? Volunteer with C.A.R.E.!
Springfield, Whole Grain Breads Class (2/2): We'll be making some of our customer favorites, like Scandinavian Seed Bread, Maple Granola Bread, and 100% Whole Wheat Raisin Bread.
Springfield, Will You Be My Valentine? (2/9): Frank Sinatra is synonymous with jazzy, breezy romantic ballads, and we are absolutely thrilled to bring one of the world’s premiere Sinatra acts to our stage for a Valentine’s treat for Springfield a