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NOVEMBER 20 Performed by Choral Union, University Singers, University Philharmonic and guest soloists, “Messa de Requiem” by Guiseppe Verdi stands as a monument of musical emotion and drama. A full chorus and four soloists join with a large orchestra — including offstage trumpets — to create an unforgettable impact. The show will take place at Battle High School. $15; 7 p.m.; 7575 St. Charles Road; 573-882-3781; www.concertseries.org

NOVEMBER 21–23 Get a head start on your holiday shopping at the 25th Annual King’s Daughters Holiday Festival at the Expo Center. Read more on Page 28. $35 general admission Friday, $50 to attend Friday reception with Gary Stewart, $3 in advance or $6 at the door Saturday and Sunday; 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday; 2200 I-70 Drive S.W.; www.kdholidayfestival.com

NOVEMBER 27  The Advanced Radiology

TurkeyTrax Run provides friends and family a chance to do something active and to benefit local charities before starting their traditional Thanksgiving celebration. The 5K road race begins at the Rock Bridge High School track. Age division winners will take home a pie for Thanksgiving dessert! $30 through Nov. 19, $40 after Nov. 19, $45 race day, $25 children younger than 12; 8:30 a.m.; 4303 S. Providence Road; 573-445-2664; www.ultramaxsports.com/turketraxrun

NOVEMBER 29  It’s a match the college sports world has been waiting for, the Mizzou vs. Arkansas football game at Faurot Field. The contest will be the first between the schools since Mizzou joined the Southeastern Conference. Price and time TBA; 600 E. Stadium Blvd.; 573-884-7297; www.mutigers.com

SAVE THE DATE: DECEMBER 1  The Holiday Ice Spectacular features world-class figure skaters and exciting choreography teamed with favorite Christmas songs as Santa and the cast take you on a nostalgic Christmas journey at the Missouri

Theatre. From $19, children $15; 7 p.m.; 203 S. Ninth St.; 573-882-3781; www.concertseries.org

SAVE THE DATE: DECEMBER 3  A holiday tradition returns to the University Concert Series, when for the first time ever, The Moscow Ballet’s “The Great Russian Nutcracker” comes to the Missouri Theatre stage. Celebrate with the whole family as 40 worldclass Russian artists bring Tchaikovsky’s score, the magic of larger-thanlife puppets and a growing Christmas tree to life. From $19 or $15 children; 7 p.m.; 203 S. Ninth St.; 573-882-3781; www.concertseries.org

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