St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on June 25, 1992 · Page 54
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4G ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 'THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1992 From page three hiaTv ' Lamp Mansion: 6:30 p.m. June 25 and July 3, 3322 DeMenil PI. (the last Thur. and first Fri. of each month). "Death and Diamonds," participatory mystery pre- -sented at the historic mansion. $29.95 includes taxes, gratuity and a five-course dinner with wine. Cocktails not included. (664-8024). Holiday Inn-St. PetersSt. Charles: 7 p.m. Fri.-Sun. Participatory mystery-comedy dinner theater, 4221 S. Outer Rd., I-70 at the Cave Springs exit. "The Case of the Orchestrated Murder." Through June 29. $30.43 Fri.-Sat., and $24.33 Sun., includes taxes and gratuity and a five-course dinner with wine. Cocktails not included. (Res.: 946-7755). Royal Dumpe Players: Doors open at 7 p.m., show at 7:45 p.m. Fri.-Sat., participatory dinner theater, 716 N. First St., Laclede's Landing. King Henry VIII and company present a banquet. $24.35 includes tax and gratuity. Cocktails not included. (Res.: Pola, 621-5800). Goldenrod Showboat: Dinner 6 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Thur.-Sat.; lunch 12:15 p.m., show at 2 p.m. Sun., lunch at 12:1 5 p.m. and show at 1 :30 p.m. Wed., on board the floating theater on the Missouri River at Boonslick Rd., St. Charles. "Nunsense," a comedy about the Little Sisters of Hoboken, affectionately known as The Little Hobos whose chef has accidentally poisoned 52 members of the order. Through Sept. 6. $20-$29.95. Prices include tax, but not gratuity. Dessert and cocktails not included. (946-2020). Sherlock Holmes: 8 p.m.; June 26, 7:30 p.m. June 28, Dinner one hour before play begins. The Miller's Daughter's Pub, 329 S. Main St., St. Charles. Darryl Maximilian Robinson plays the great detective in "The Adventure of Black Peter." $7 and two drink minimum or $1 4.95 for dinner and play. (Res. 946-4262). . -ec- "IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR LAUGHS THIS WEEKEND, THIS COULD BE THE ANSWER TO YOUR PRAYERS." - Joel Siesel, ABC-TV, NEW YORK SiSTER ACT NOW PLAYING SATURDAY JUNE 27 Orienteering Meet: Regis. 7:30 a.m., beginner's briefing 8-3:30 a.m., first start 9 a.m., Old Science Center site, Forest Park. 1 Navigational sport requiring a person to ' complete a preset course in the woods or park using a map and compass. Competitive courses of 1 0K, 5K and 2.5K. Non-competitive course, or map hike. 2.5K. ' $7. (862-0292). RunWalk & Breakfast: Four-mile run at 8 a.m., two mile fun runwalk at 8:30 a.m., Places for People, 4120 Lindell Blvd. No dogs. Aid stations along the route. Trophies awarded. Pick up packet noon-7:30 p.m. June 26, - J"' I'- ;iiilD v."u': . or 6:30-7:30 a.m. June 27. Participants presenting race number get complimentary breakfast after race. Others pay $2. : ' - (535-7463). Olympic Time Trials: 9-1 1 a.m., Queeny Park pavilion, Greensfelder Red. Ctr., 550 Weidman Rd. Four-mile runwalk. Benefit the 1994 U.S. Olympic Festival. $9.94 entry fee includes commemorative T-shirts. (827-1994). Sailing: Noon-4 p.m., Valley Sailing Assn., a mile east of Portage des Sioux on Mo. 94. Look for the sign. Bring a picnic lunch. (Jerry, 968-0595 or Brian, 355-1 51 2). WEDNESDAY JULY 1 Tire America Funny Car Race: Gates open 5 p.m., first round qualifying 7 p.m., Gateway Internatl. Raceway, 558 N. III. 203, Fairmont City. Eight supercharged 200 plus mph cars. One free Lotto ticket to first 100 people. Special all run bracket race. Purse: $100-$400. $10, free to under age 12. (618-482-5546). j',WiH:7iill?eIciui.j 1 The following ratings have been placed on movies released after November 1, 1968 by the Motion Picture Code of Self-Regulation: 1G1 Suggested for General Audiences. ppl Suggested for mature audiences and "Ul for adolescents with parental approval. pi In the City of St. Louis restricted to mature LUI audiences (18 or older), in St. Louis County restricted to mature audiences and to adolescents (under 17) when accompanied by a parent or older adult guardian. EI No Children Under 17 Admitted. py In the City of St. Louis, no one under 18 I Al years of age will be admitted. In St. Louis County, no one under 1 7 will be admitted. PT5 Parents are strongly cautioned to give 1 131 special guidance tor attendance for children under 13. Many foreign film-makers and some U.S. producers do not belong to the Motion Picture Code and their films are therefore unrated. Descretion should be exercised by parents in permitting children to view such films. NOW SHOWING i liii TAKE THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE ONE MORE TIME! MEL GIBSON , DAVIT GLOVER LETHAL WEAPON EJ3 'mm bp y t.iT 1 U ' NOW SHOWING Sorry, no passe 1R1 WBM Hill X. ramcgfiypro) starts am FRIDAY plig NHHeieisssssssssssssssssssssssssss aOfiWAVtSJT IWtMMvUefH. .!.. ',l(4t:i4lt V ill! frtttittft tf.:&mwmmMTm3 - --w. " ,'"'t linill PWI-IM-HJ! PLAYINU m Sorry, no passes 17:i;H;i:H:Il mmm iiii.iv in, i.M. 1 1 mum

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