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NOVEMBER 7  Each month, Artlandish Gallery First Friday brings together live music, food and drink with more than 60 artists’ work, tours of the Catacombs and the North Village Art Studios, plus all-around frivolity! Free; 6 to 9 p.m.; 1019 E. Walnut; 573-4422999; www.artlandishgallery.com

NOVEMBER 7–9 The Citizen Jane Film Festival, an intimate event celebrating and showcasing the work of female filmmakers from around the world, takes place in downtown Columbia. Read more on Page 40. Insane Jane Pass $100, Plain Jane Pass $60, individual tickets $10 opening night & $8 other nights with student & senior discounts; downtown Columbia and Stephens College campus;573-819-JANE (5263); www.citizenjanefilmfestival.com

NOVEMBER 7–13  Celebrate Veterans Day with Mizzou Veterans Week 2014. Read more on Page 28. Most events are free; times and places vary; 573-882-3621; www.stufftodo.missouri.edu

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INSIDE COLUMBIA NOVEMBER 2014

NOVEMBER 8 Find extraordinary gifts at the opening reception of Give a Gift of Art, a vibrant and eclectic annual showcase of Columbia Art League members’ work. From uniquely handcrafted jewelry to hand-built ceramic wares, and original paintings to photographs, Columbia Art League is a great place to make your own holiday wish list! The show lasts from Nov. 4 to Jan. 9. Free; 6 to 8 p.m.; 207 S. Ninth St.; 573-443-8838; www.columbiaartleague.org

NOVEMBER 8 

Here’s a chance for the family royalty to dress up in their favorite princess dresses and wear them out of the house! The Columbia Star Dinner Train presents the Princess Lunch Train, a-two-hour long train excursion with a chefprepared three-course child-friendly lunch. Best of all, Snow White, Cinderella, Belle and Elsa will be on board to teach special princess skills, from the royal wave to curtsying. Elsa will even lead a sing-along! Reservations required. Boarding begins at 11:15 a.m., train departs at noon;

$49.95; 6501 N. Brown Station Road; 573-474-2223; www.dinnertrain.com

NOVEMBER 8–9

Join the Missouri River Wine Trail in sharing the Bounty of the Harvest, where each chef will create exquisite wine and food pairings featuring local products from the mid-Missouri area. You won’t want to miss this final event of the season. Start your adventure at any one of the seven wineries to get your souvenir glass. Tickets may be purchased at any of the member wineries, as well as online. $20; noon to 5 p.m.; 573-896-9966 or 573-6982133; www.missouririverwinetrail.com

NOVEMBER 9 The “We Always Swing” Jazz Series presents The New New York Standards Quartet featuring pianist David Berkman, drummer Gene Jackson, saxophonist Tim Armacost and bassist

NOVEMBER 9 The Odyssey Chamber Music Series, hosted at First Baptist Church, presents “Flute Sparks,” a concert featuring St. Louis Symphony Orchestra principal

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