7 Things To Do This Weekend: March 30-April 3
Need something to do this weekend? Look no further.
1/ “Little Black Dress: From Mourning to Night”
April 2-Sept. 5
Missouri History Museum
From a symbol of mourning to a staple of high fashion, the Missouri History Museum’s latest exhibit explores the history of the Little Black Dress as well as featuring other fascinating artifacts that were once a common part of the mourning process.
2/ “If These Walls Could Talk”
“If These Walls Could Talk” will showcase short-form writer Kevin Kelly’s work, with prints of his photographs available for sale. The evening will also be the kickoff for the second annual Four Roses Bourbon 100-Word Short Story Contest, where guests are encouraged to write a short story on a napkin and turn it in to the bartender for consideration.
3/ Opera Tastings
March 31-April 4
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis is holding a five-day opera concert series. Each concert lasts for 70 minutes and each piece played will be paired with drinks and small plates.
4/ “Dark Matter: Terrence Boyd and Amanda McCavour”
April 1-May 8
Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design
Featuring the work of Amanda McCavour and Terry Boyd, Dark Matter uses fiber to evoke the darker side of human emotions and push the boundaries of fiber art.
5/ Lupulin Carnival
4 Hands Brewing Co.
The street in front of 4 Hands will be filled with kegs of beer, food trucks, carnival acts and games and a ferris wheel to celebrate the release of Warhammer, an imperial IPA. All carnival game proceeds will be donated to Winter Outreach
6/ The Clothesline No. 21: Mesa Home Anniversary + Lookbook Release
Vintage and DIY clothing store Mesa Home is celebrating its first anniversary and the release of its lookbook. Music will be provided by DJ Agile One and Nappy DJ Needles.
7/ 5th Annual STL Pillow Fight Day
Tower Grove Park
This Saturday marks International Pillow Fight Day. Grab your best pillow, don your craziest costume and head to Tower Grove Park for a day of youthful fun.