St. Louis December Events

Trivia night, cooking classes, and holiday tours... St. Louis is having a lively December. Take a look at our full December events calendar and let us know how you're celebrating this holiday season!

December 2, 2021
St. Louis December Events

It's the most wonderful time of year! Our St. Louis events calendar definitely reflects the holiday spirit.

Let us know at if there's an event you're hosting or would recommend to us or our readers!

Virtual Events 

AARP Virtual Trivia - Pub Poll

Thursday, Dec 2, 6 - 8pm 

Cost: Free

Register for this fun-filled event of friendly competition, laughter and community! Connect with members and guests across the country as you submit your best guess to the top answers for a survey question. The winning team will receive a prize! You don’t need a team to participate in this free event, but pre-registration is required. 

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Spice It Up: Holiday Appetizers

Monday, Dec 6, 6pm

Cost: Free

Elevate your holiday appetizers with custom spice blends! This free cooking class will teach you about spices, including how to make custom blends. From tarka popcorn to crispy chickpeas, the right seasoning will elevate your go-to holiday dishes. Registration is required. 

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Explore Tech Lecture: Intro to YouTube

Thursday, Dec 16, 3pm

Cost: Free

When you think of YouTube, you might just think of silly cat videos, but the online video streaming platform is so much more than that. This presentation will give an overview of the free content available on YouTube and show you how to navigate the site with ease. Free registration is required. 

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Chair Yoga

Friday, Dec 17, 10 - 11am

Cost: Free

Start your day feeling positive, refreshed and energized with this at-home chair yoga class. Focus on breath, posture, meditation, flexibility, freedom of movement and stress relief. No mat or yoga experience required. Registration required to receive Zoom link. 

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Recreational Events (In-Person)

A Gospel Christmas with Oleta Adams

718 N. Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103

Thursday, Dec 9, 7:30 - 9:30pm

Cost: Prices vary. AARP members receive 50% off ticket prices when they register at the link below. 

Ring in the holiday season with gospel renditions of holiday favorites. Returning to Powell Hall, guest artist Oleta Admas joins the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and IN UNISON Chorus directed by Kevin McBeth, to share this soulful celebration sure to warm your heart.

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The Field House Museum's Spirited Holiday Past Tour

634 South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102

Saturday, Dec 4, 10am - 3:30pm 

Cost: $7

Delight in the Field House Museum’s opulent Christmas décor which blends traditional German feather trees with modern embellishments and the Museum’s toy collection. Learn the legacies of the Field family on a guided tour of the historic house and meander through or current exhibits in the gallery while enjoying a selection of holiday treats. 

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Garden Glow at Missouri Botanical Gardens

Nightly through Jan 8

Cost: $18 - $20

Celebrate the holiday season with over one million dazzling lights at the Missouri Botanical Gardens!  Enjoy s’mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight all ages. Purchasing tickets in advance is recommended. 

Purchase Tickets Here

Workshops & Classes (In-Person & Virtual) 

Organic Architecture in Harmony with Nature – The Life and Works of William Adair Bernoudy

50 Gay Ave, St. Louis, MO 63105

Tuesday, Dec 14, 10am 

Cost: $12

William Adair Bernoudy (1910-1988) was a leading advocate of Frank Lloyd Wright’s modern organic architecture and a widely admired St. Louis architect. Born in St. Louis, Bernoudy was known for his skill in designing houses that harmonized with the local environment and terrain. Participants can join in-person or via Zoom. Registration is required. 

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King Herod — the Great?

50 Gay Ave, St. Louis, MO 63105

Thursday, Dec 16, 1 - 2pm

Cost: $12

Reviled by both Jews and Christians, King Herod of Judea nevertheless became known to history as “the Great.” Learn how this enigmatic figure overcame seemingly impossible odds to rule a Jewish state possessing a level of political stability, economic prosperity, architectural accomplishment and international significance and would not have again until the birth of the modern State of Israel. Participants can join in-person or via Zoom. Registration is required. 

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