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Leading up to the release of Arthur Christmas on Wed November 23rd, Aardman and Sony Pictures Animation are bringing the holidays early to St. Louis with the 12 Days Of Arthur Christmas! Each day they have fun activities happening throughout St. Louis for families to celebrate the holidays and the release of the film.
As Day 5 of the 12 Days Of Arthur Christmas, which is Tomorrow, Wednesday the 16th, all the meters with hats are free to the public all day!
Arthur is taking over Meters downtown to make your holiday shopping easier! Park at one of the Elf hat-covered meters and you will have a day of free parking! Open to the public. All the meters surrounding City Garden on Market and Chestnut between 8th and 10th street will be adorned w/ the hats beginning in the morning. Parking is free all day at these meters so shoppers can make their »
- Melissa Howland
Who’s ever wondered how Santa delivers two billion presents in one night? In the new animated film, Arthur Christmas, imagine a city under a starlit sky. It.s Christmas Eve, and the children are nestled in their beds, dreaming of Santa on his sleigh pulled by eight beautiful reindeer. Suddenly, a shadow comes over the city. A million pinpricks of light. A million figures descend. The invasion has begun and there.s not a jingle bell to be heard.
but don.t panic. This is how Santa gets the job done every Christmas: with a huge, mile-wide, state-of-the-art sleigh with stealth cloaking technology, and a million elves, working in precision teams of three, who have 18.14 seconds to get into each house, deliver the presents, and move on to the next one.
- Movie Geeks
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