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than 125,000 meals. $25 per adult by Nov. 10 or $30 on race day, $10 for 12 and younger; 8 a.m.; 812 Hitt St.; 573474-1020; www.sharefoodbringhope.com

NOVEMBER 15 Rainbow House is hosting its annual Dodgeball Tournament in honor of Homeless Youth Awareness Month. Join the game at Armory Sports Center to help build awareness of youth homelessness and support Rainbow House’s mission to help youth develop into productive, caring and self-sufficient community members. $50 per team; 1 p.m.; 701 E. Ash St.; 573-474-6600, ext. 2114; www.RainbowHouseColumbia.org

NOVEMBER 15 The Blue Note presents Keller Williams. Most of Williams’ career has been as a one-man band: He sings his compositions and choice covers while accompanying himself with an acoustic guitar connected to a Gibson Echoplex delay system that allows him to simulate a full band. $20; doors open at 8 p.m., show starts at 9; 17 N. Ninth St.; 573-874-1944; www.thebluenote.com

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NOVEMBER 19 The “We Always Swing” Jazz in the District Series is pleased to reunite two of the planet’s finest working musicians — pianist Joanne Brackeen and bassist Cecil McBee — in “The Art of the Duo: Dedicated to Bradley’s.” The concert will take place in MU’s Rogers Whitmore Recital Hall. From $25; doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7; 135 Fine Arts Building; 573-4493009, ext. 1; www.wealwaysswing.org

NOVEMBER 19 Enjoy 90 minutes of comedy, storytelling and singing at the Missouri Theatre. An Evening with Terry Bradshaw: America’s Favorite Dumb Blond stars one of the country’s best-loved football announcers, sports legends and performers — the Pittsburgh Steeler’s legendary No. 12.

Bradshaw, accompanied by his singers/ dancers, the I-Q-ties, will share stories about growing up in Louisiana, his four Super Bowl rings, three marriages, toupee model days, his cattle ranch fiasco, and his broadcasting and acting careers, divided up into “four quarters.” From $29; 7 p.m.; 203 S. Ninth St.; 573882-3781; www.concertseries.org

NOVEMBER 20  In their first season with head coach Ray Fron, the Stars will take on the Owls in the Stephens College vs. William Woods University women’s basketball game in Silverthorne Arena. $5; 7 p.m.; Dorsey Street (Stephens College campus); 573-876-7212; www.stephens.edu/student-life/athletics

NOVEMBER 20 During the Bach’s Lunch Recital Series, relax in the elegant surroundings of the Stephens College Historic Senior Hall and support students performing a variety of musical theater, vocal jazz, classical and choral works. Free; 12:30 p.m.; 100 Waugh St.; 573-876-7199; www.stephens.edu/performingarts

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