7 Things To Do This Weekend: March 16-20

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1/ “If/Then”
March 16-27
The Fabulous Fox
This original Broadway musical, from the creators of the Pulitzer Prize-wining play “Next to Normal,” tells the story of a woman who moves back to New York City and how her life does not go as she had planned.

2/ Beard and Mustache Club Competition
March 19
Old Rock House
The 3rd Annual Meet Me in St. Louis Beard and Mustache competition is back. The event will be the largest gathering of beards, mustachioed gents, whiskers, fashionistas, hippies and more in STL history.

3/ “If It Wasn’t For The Women”
March 19
Saint Louis Art Museum
Come and celebrate women in the arts during Women’s History Month at Saint Louis Art Museum. “If It Wasn’t For the Women” is a free annual program that brings forth attention to women of color and their experiences in the arts.

4/ 5 Crosses Fish Fry, Meat Shoot and Cake Walk
March 19-20
Byrd & Barrel
Head to Byrd & Barrel for a fish fry in a final collaboration with ArtBar. Enjoy a tasty fish fry, shoot paintballs at a target to win meat and walk join the cake walk for the chance to win a tasty dessert.

5/ Spring Wellness Workshop
March 20
Lulu’s Local Eatery
Start spring off right at Lulu’s Local Eatery! Learn how your body, mind and spirt tune into the natural energy flow of the world around us and how it can be expressed through health and wellness. Discover herbs, foods and practices to incorporate into your life to nourish yourself.

6/ Off White Indie Wedding Show
March 20
Moto Museum
Are you a non-traditional bride- or groom-to-be? Head to the Off White Indie Wedding Show for a unique and off-beat show. There will be vendors that serve all aspects of the wedding event—from planning to caterers to custom designed wedding gowns and vintage suits. The curated event has an emphasis on homemade, eco-friendly, LGBT-friendly and truly personal services.

7/ An Evening with Matt Bellassai
March 22
Touhill Performing Arts Center
Writer, comedian and internet personality Matt Bellassai is headed to STL to bring his pop culture, humor and daily life struggles to the stage.

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