7 Things To Do This Weekend: Mar. 2–6

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Need something to do this weekend? Look no further.


Photo courtesy of Meet the Makers

1/ Stout and Oyster Festival
March 4-5
Schlafly Tap Room
For the 17th annual Stout and Oyster Festival, the Schlafly Tap Room is flying in over 50,000 fresh oysters from both coasts and will be pairing them with five different styles of original stout. This event will also feature live music from local artists.

2/ Winter/Spring 2016 Exhibition Opening
March 4
Sheldon Art Galleries
The Sheldon is hosting three must-see, varied exhibitions this spring. There’s something for everyone. “Printmaking in St. Louis,” where local and international artists come together to display their work in this exhibit that includes print images from St. Louis’s own Firecracker Press and Wildwood Press, among others. “Frank Trankina: Superheroes and Night Stories,” where Trankina connects Old Master still-life paintings with contemporary painting styles in order to foster storytelling. “Susan Strong: reAPPEARANCES,” where Strong will be sharing with us eight out of 52 photographs from her series, “reAPPEARANCES.”

3/ Recursive Idle
March 4
South City Art Supply
Benjamin Bradshaw’s detailed ink digital drawings, animations and drawings will be screened at South City Art Supply. The animations will be screened along with numerous original pieces and prints available for purchase.

4/ Meet the Makers
March 5
Come celebrate the launch of MANMADE at its very first pop-up shop where guests can shop from a selection of handmade goods and enjoy complementary craft beer.

5/ Kat Reynolds: “Ask Her How She’s Doing”
March 5
Fort Gondo
A solo show of photographic work by St. Louis-based artist Kat Reynolds.

6/ Emily Wells with Lorna Dune
Mar. 6
The Luminary
Emily Wells artfully blends classical and modern instrumentation to create a unique sound. Lorna Dune is an experimental pianist with an electronic techno sound.

7/ Yoga + Taco Tuesday and Karaoke 
March 8
Unroll your mat on Taco Tuesday for an all-levels yoga class. Enjoy a live DJ, tacos from Mission Tacos, drinks from the Majorette bar and “Katayogi”—karaoke for yogis. Tickets include yoga, tacos, one beverage and all the karaoke you can handle.

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