Holiday boutiques and other shopping opportunities provide a bit of holiday cheer, opportunities for seasonal family fun, and a way for busy parents to scratch some names off their gift-giving lists. Here are a few best bets for holiday shopping events.
Score some sweet treats at the Halloween Walk in Kirkwood Oct. 26.Photo courtesy City of Kirkwood.
With its costumes, jokes, candy and fun, there's really no reason to contain all of your family's trick-or-treating to just one evening! There are plenty of opportunities to dress up and collect candy in the days leading up to Oct. 31. Here are some sweet spots for trick-or-treating in St. Louis, and they're all free events. So give those costumes a run for their money, and hit the streets with your fairies, bumblebees, axe murderers and pirates in search of sugar-coated fun.
Celebrate the holidays with Elf the Musical at Peabody Opera House.Photo by Joan Marcus.
With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season fast-approaching, now is the perfect time to be intentional about creating a relaxing night where there aren’t any presents to bring or goodies to bake. Why not take in a show? St. Louis has no shortage of venues offering holiday entertainment.
Scarefest features attractions worthy of a Hollywood set.Photo courtesy Scarefest.
You feel your way down a pitch-black hall, wondering what might be following behind you, fearing what might be lurking just ahead, your heart pounding, hands shaking, throat hoarse from screaming — when it comes to pure adrenaline rush, nothing beats a terrifying haunted house!