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Free Story Time and Art Exhibit for the Frugal Families

A Tennessee Williams film, art, music, museums and pasta are free or discounted for Patch's frugal families this week.

Free Story Time and Art Exhibit for the Frugal Families

FIERY POOL: THE MAYA AND THE MYTHIC SEA EXHIBIT
Good through: Fridays. The exhibit will be at the St. Louis Art Museum until May 8.
Deal: The exhibit is free for children younger than 6, free to museum members every day, and free to all on Fridays. The Maya and the Mythic Sea offers an education of the ancient Mayan culture with a vast number of works never before exhibited in the United States.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS DOCUMENTARY FILM : Searching for Tom
Good through: Friday, March 25, 2011 7:00 p.m..
Deal: A free screening of Searching for Tom at the .
Searching for Tom is an exploration of Tennessee Williams time in St. Louis, from the ages of 7 to 20. It is a time in his life he did not include in his autobiography. His time in St. Louis had a great influence on his writings and was where he first saw his works published and plays produced. This peek into Williams life is made possible through interviews with classmate former Washington University classmate A.E. Hotchner and scholars of his work. Join filmmakers Angela Antkowiak, and  Jim Kirchherr and HECTV’s Dennis Riggs for the screening of Searching for Tom, one of the greatest playwrights of our time.

MUSICAL SATURDAY:"BERLIOZ THE BEAR"
Good through: Saturday, March 26, 10:30 a.m. at the .
Deal: Hear the story of "Berlioz the Bear" featuring St. Louis Symphony bassist, Sarah Hogan. Play with musical instruments and take home a free book. Free event.


Good through: Every Sunday
Deal: Any child younger than 12 years old will receive one item from the Mr. Meatball's Favorite's menu for FREE . One child per paying adult.

GHOST: ELIZABETH PEYTON
Good through: This exhibition will be at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University until April 18.
Deal: Exhibition is free and open to the public.Elizabeth Peyton is one of the most accomplished figurative artists among her contemporaries. Some of her subjects include personal friends, artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, David Hockney and Robert Mapplethorpe and juxtaposed figures such as Eminem and William Shakespeare.

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