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  1. Nov

    1. November Sunday Brunch at Ari’s Restaurant & Bar – RSVP Requested
      12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

      The Prime Timer’s November Sunday brunch will be on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 12:30 PM at Ari’s Restaurant & Bar on 3101 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, MO, 63139.

      Click here for more information on the restaurant and the menu.

      Click here to RSVP by November 17 to Tom K. at

      12:30 pm
      November Sunday Brunch at Ari’s Restaurant & Bar – RSVP Requested
    2. HappyHallerDays! Cabaret Festival – Show #2 (Tickets Required)
      7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
      Sat, Nov 10, 8:00 PM, AND Sun, Nov 18, 7:00 PM
      Gaslight Cabaret Festival at The Gaslight Theater
      358 N. Boyle Ave., St. Louis, MO 63108
      Tickets on sale now at:
      Happy HallerDays!, the latest show from singer/actor/pediatrician Ken Haller, is a romp through a full calendar year of three-day weekends, starting with Christmas and working around the calendar. Peppered with insights from Haller’s life in medicine and theatre, the evening is fun and funny, but also touching and profound.” - Chuck Lavazzi, KDHX

      It’s 15 songs, 10 holidays, 65 minutes! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll have a couple of drinks, you’ll be out by 9:15 (or if you come to the Sunday show, 8:15)! It’s a small theater and tickets are going fast so please get yours for Happy HallerDays now!
      7:00 pm
      HappyHallerDays! Cabaret Festival – Show #2 (Tickets Required)
  2. Nov

    1. FREE Movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
      12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

      Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is about Benjamin Button (Brad Pitt) who springs into being as an elderly man in a New Orleans nursing home and ages in reverse. Twelve years after his birth, he meets Daisy, a child who flickers in and out of his life as she grows up to be a dancer (Cate Blanchett). Though he has all sorts of unusual adventures over the course of his life, it is his relationship with Daisy, and the hope that they will come together at the right time, that drives Benjamin forward.

      The Silver Screen Series films explore positive aging themes.

      Coordinated by Eric Johnson, No RSVP needed.

      12:30 pm
      FREE Movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
  3. Nov

    1. Tour and Lunch: Neon Sign Exhibit at Laumeier Sculpture Park – RSVP Requested
      10:15 am – 2:00 pm


      We will gather at the Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center at Laumeier Sculpture Park, 12580 Rott Road, Sunset Hills, MO.

      Doug Schneider will give the group a little history of neon, then we will tour the exhibit, which includes both classic St. Louis neon signs saved from the wrecking ball and new neon sculptures by our local neon wizard David Hutson.

      We will then take a little stroll around part of the garden, which has been recently re-landscaped.

      Followed by an optional lunch at the St. Louis Bread Company

      Please RSVP to Doug Schneider at if you would like to attend.


      10:15 am
      Tour and Lunch: Neon Sign Exhibit at Laumeier Sculpture Park – RSVP Requested
  4. Nov

    1. St. Louis Holiday Historic House Tour – Tickets Required
      3:00 pm – 8:00 pm


      Thursday, Nov. 29 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm

      Click here for information on the Campbell House Museum’s web site.

      Join us and three other St. Louis his­toric houses for a delight­ful hol­i­day tour on Novem­ber 29, 2018 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm. There will be tours and light hol­i­day refresh­ments at each of the four loca­tions. Two ticket options are avail­able: The Bus Tour ticket, which includes tours of all four his­toric sites and park­ing with guided bus trans­porta­tion spon­sored by Des­ti­na­tion St. Louis, is $30 pre-order and $40 day of event. The Self-Guided ticket, which includes tours of all four his­toric sites with lim­ited park­ing, is $20 pre-order and $30 day of event.

      Tip (from PTSL): Purchase the Bus Tour ticket in advance… they’re only $10.00 more and you get easy access and no parking aggravation.  Park on the lots next to the Campbell House or Field House.

      More infor­ma­tion about the four his­toric sites on the St. Louis Hol­i­day His­toric House Tour:

      The Field House Museum — 634 South Broad­way
      Come dis­cover the Field fam­ily through the newly expanded Field House Museum along with our tra­di­tional Christ­mas decor in the his­toric home that was once occu­pied by Roswell Field, attor­ney for Dred Scott, and the birth­place of Eugene Field, the Children’s Poet.

      The Camp­bell House Museum — 1508 Locust Street
      The home of entre­pre­neur Robert Camp­bell reflects the high-Victorian opu­lence of the 1880s. See the elab­o­rate par­lor Christ­mas tree and creche, as well as the din­ing room table set for the season.

      The Chatillon-DeMenil House — 3352 DeMe­nil Place
      Nico­las and Emi­lie DeMenil’s Greek Revival man­sion is splen­didly dec­o­rated for a “joyeux Noel,” reflect­ing both French Cre­ole and Amer­i­can hol­i­day traditions.

      The Old Cour­t­house — 11 North Fourth Street
      This Greek Revival build­ing fea­tures restored court­rooms and a Dred Scott exhibit along with the Vic­to­rian era dec­o­rated rotunda filled with hol­i­day music and danc­ing for this evening’s tour.

      No refunds will be given.  For addi­tional infor­ma­tion or to pur­chase tick­ets over the phone, call (314) 421‑0325
      Inclement Weather Date — Decem­ber 6, 2018