In this week’s episode, the story of a priceless bible that used to belong to one of the best known classical musicians of all time, a group spreading holiday cheer and good will for over 100 years, inside Chanukah and it’s traditions, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Missouri Botanical Garden Glow, an author offering a new perspective to “It’s A Wonderful Life,” a look at the 2022 Wild Lights at the Saint Louis Zoo, and a holiday medley by the Town and Country Symphony Orchestra.
Schankman’s St. Louis: A Rare Bible Kept in St. Louis
A bible owned by composer J.S. Bach is part of the rare book collection at Concordia Seminary.
Spreading Cheer with the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association
They’ve been around for over 100 years bringing joy and happiness to all who hear them!
Chanukah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights,” celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers, and fried foods.
10th Anniversary of Garden Glow at the Missouri Botanical Garden
For the 10th anniversary of Garden Glow at the Missouri Botanical Garden visitors will be enchanted by over two million lights.
Little Pieces of Hope with Todd Doughty
We could all use a pick me up right now and Todd Doughty is offering an entire book of reasons to smile. We talk “Little Pieces of Hope” with the SIU graduate.
Wild Lights at the Saint Louis Zoo
The Saint Louis Zoo is opening its doors after dark this holiday season for Wild Lights! Come see a wide assortment of animal-themed light displays, and partake in activities that are fun for the whole family.
Watch the full performance by the Town and Country Symphony Orchestra here.