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Saint Charles Riverfront Arts closing this year

Saint Charles Riverfront Arts [SCRA] has elected to shutter its organization, effective this year. “This decision was not made lightly, and it is because we have served so many constituents throughout the St. Charles County region, that it was a difficult one,” read part of a statement emailed to Mid Rivers Newsmagazine.”We’ve had a successful 10-plus years run – and our organization grew from hosting a single yearly Art Walk event, to developing into a comprehensive resource for free art instruction/classes, and we created and hosted innovative new community arts programs such as our popular 2nd Thursdays [at the Foundry ...

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Experience Dancing with the Stars LIVE at Dance Pizazz

Join us for the Dance Pizazz’s Winter Showcase on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 5 to 7:30 pm. Enjoy an evening full of exciting ballroom, Latin and swing dance performances by amateur dancers and their professional partners…just like on TV’s “Dancing with the Stars!” Each dancer has worked hard to put together a unique performance that highlights their skills and their personal flair! You won’t want to miss the grand finale, which will be brought to you by the Dance Pizazz professionals! This biannual event is open to everyone and includes open dancing, food and drinks (go to http://www.dance-pizazz.com/events for event ...

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St. Charles Christmas Traditions: Bring the Holiday Season to Life

From the moment you step out of your car and onto the cobblestones of Saint Charles’ Historic Main Street, it begins. Time slips away and, regardless of your age, childhood returns as Christmas Traditions come to life. Breathe deeply. Do you smell the evergreen boughs draped across shop doors, chestnuts roasting on an open fire, the scent of freshly baked cookies wafting on a breeze? Listen. Can you hear them? Carolers are singing as they stroll along the street, Jack Frost is up to mischief and Santa Claus is chuckling a deep “Ho! Ho! Ho!” From Nov. 25 through Dec. ...

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