Looking for something to do this weekend in and around University City? Look no further — Patch has you covered.
Friday, Jan. 18
- Snow Ball at the Moonrise Hotel — The Moonrise will host the annual Snow Ball from 7-11 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18. The event kicks off the Delmar Loop's Ice Carnival. Revelers ages 21 and up will enjoy a night out, sip cocktails in the hotel lobby and Apollo ballroom and dance to music by DJ Uptown. Tickets are $30 and include two drink tickets plus a complimentary "Cosmonaut on Ice," heavy hors d'oeuvres and live music. "Icy white" attire is encouraged.
- James and the Giant Peach — 7 p.m. at COCA. Tickets are $6-8. To purchase tickets, clickhere.
Saturday, Jan. 19
- Ice Carnival — The eighth annual Delmar Loop Ice Carnival begins in the morning with the Frozen Buns Run and continues throughout the day with ice sculptures, games and family-friendly events.
- MLK Spirit Celebration — The City of University City and the School District of University City hold the annual Martin Luther King Day festivities at 2 p.m. at University City High School.
- James and the Giant Peach — 2 p.m. at COCA. Tickets are $6-8. To purchase tickets, clickhere.
Sunday, Jan. 20
- Mizzou Day on Ice — Missouri Tigers of all ages are invited to join Truman the Tiger at Steinberg Ice Skating RinkSunday, Jan. 20, for Mizzou Day On Ice. Truman will be there from noon until 2 p.m. Family friendly activities and Mizzou giveaways will go on throughout the day while the rink is decked out in black and gold. All Mizzou Alumni Association members who show their membership card get a free hot chocolate. Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Monday, Jan. 21
- Hope in Action — The 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration at Washington University in St. Louis includes a program with the theme “Hope in Action.” The program will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, in Graham Chapel on the Danforth Campus. Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton will give the opening remarks and Adrienne D. Davis, JD, vice provost and the William M. Van Cleve Professor in the School of Law, will be the faculty keynote speaker.