Five Things to do This Weekend
Here are some suggestions of things to do in or near University City this weekend.
STORYTIME FOR GROWNUPS
When's the last time someone read you a story? Join other grownups Friday at the U City Public Library for a fun lunchtime event, where entertainer Brother Dre will share his humorous stories. Bring your lunch, and the library will provide drinks and dessert.
- Friday, November 18
- University City Public Library
SNACKING, SINGING, STORYTIME
Join Ms. Peaches and student volunteers Saturday morning at University City Children's Center for some reading, snacking and singing. The event is FREE and open to the community.
- Saturday, November 19
- 9:30am to 10:30am
- University City Children's Center, 6646 Vernon Ave.
- FREE and open to the community.
- Saturday, November 20
- 10am - 2pm
- Brentmoor Retirement Community, 8600 Delmar Blvd.
- FREE to browse
U CITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA HONORS NORMAN GOLDBERG
The University City Symphony Orchestra will put on a special concert Sunday at B'nai El Congregation in Frontenac, as a tribute and memorial to Norman Goldberg, who helped found the orchestra fifty years ago. The program includes an orchestra arrangement by Norman Goldberg of the organ piece, Prelude in C minor by J. S. Bach.
- Sunday, November 20
- B'nai El Congregation, 11411 North 40 Drive, Frontenac, MO 63131
- FREE and open to all
ST. LOUIS CHAMBER CHORUS PERFORMS IN U CITY
On Sunday, the St. Louis Chamber Chorus will pay its first ever visit to Washington University's 560 Music Center, which is located in University City. The Chorus will perform a concert, titled “A Mentor’s Memory.” The program will feature a series of works highlighting the relationships between celebrated classical composers and their most influential teachers, according to the Chamber Chorus website. Prior to the concert, the audience will hear from two expert musicologists, Hugh Macdonald and Craig Monson - both Wash U professors. Ticket required.