5 reasons to leave your dorm this week

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Kat Owens

Sick of looking at four walls? Here are five reasons to leave your dorm this weekend.
Illustration by Kat Owens

LAUREN PENNOCK | Reporter

In search of some last attempts to get into the Halloween spirit or some ways to help you get through the full school week ahead?

Look no further than these five we have for you. Check out what’s happening around Lindenwood campus, the St. Charles community, and St. Louis.

1. LIVE @ the Library: Saxophone Quartet 

Monday, Oct. 22

7 p.m.

St. Charles City- County Library 

In the mood for some live music? Get together with some friends and go check out this unique library jazz session tonight. Music will be held in the Kathryn Linnemann Branch of the St. Charles Library, and is free to enter.

2. A Doll’s House, Part 2 

Tuesday, Oct. 23

7 p.m.

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis 

Head on over to the Webster Groves area to enjoy some live theater. Held at The Repertory Theatre, ticket prices vary, so make sure to get yours soon.

3. Full Moon Viewing at Compton Hill Water Tower 

Wednesday, Oct. 24

5:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. 

Reservoir Park 

Go watch a beautiful sunset, and an appearing of a full moon at the Compton Hill Water Tower near S. Grand and Shaw Blvd. This a great photo op. so make sure to have your cameras ready.

4. St. Charles Scariest Haunt “The Reverend’s Revenge” 

Thursday, Oct. 25

7  p.m. – 10 p.m. 

5488 Westwood Dr

Jump into the last few days of Halloween by making your way through this haunted trail. Make sure to dress warm, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring a friend to get spooked with.

5. Pumpkin Glow in Historic St. Charles 

Friday & Saturday, Oct. 26- 27

5 p.m. – 9 p.m. 

Historic Main Street 

Dine and shop along St. Charles Historic Main Street. While stores will extend hours, you and your friends can enjoy glows from the carved pumpkins lining the cobblestone curbsides.