Weekend of 7/8-7/10

We all have better things to do than cleaning…. Like this weekend’s list of 10 things to do in St. Louis to get you out there enjoying your free time with family and friends!

  1. 11th Annual Let them Eat Art
    • Friday, July 8, Historic Downtown Maplewood
    • In celebration of Bastille Day, this fair presents a variety of activities for the whole family, including art exhibits, live demonstrations, music, food, drinks, hoop dancers, tarot card readings and more!
  1. Art Hill Film Series
    • Friday, July 8, St. Louis Art Museum at Forest Park
    • This newer annual tradition is back! The Art Museum will be screening movies on a large screen on art hill for free every friday this month. This week’s movie is Top Gun.
  1. The Music Man at the Muny
    • Tuesday, July 5 – Monday, July 11, The Muny at Forest Park
    • Experience this classic American musical production in true Muny fashion!
  1. Slide the City
    • Saturday, July 9, Oakland Ave & Tamm Ave.
    • Enjoy a record-breaking water slide down the St. Louis streets!
  1. Faust Olden Days of Summer
    • Friday, July 8, Faust Park Historic Village
    • Learn how families spent their summers in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Activities include rope making, candle making, hayrides and blacksmith demonstrations.
  1. Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series
    • Friday, July 8, St. Louis Zoo
    • Rock out to the Bottoms Up Blues Gang after exploring the 4th best zoo in the world!
  1. A Decade of Collecting Prints, Drawings, and Photographs
    • Saturday, July 9, St. Louis Art Museum
    • The Art Museum curates a selection of their best collected prints, drawings, & photographs from the last decade including the famous Depression-era photograph “Migrant Mother”.
  1. Tiny House Workshop 1
    • Saturday, July 9, Cherokee Street & Grand Ave
    • Ever find yourself obsessed with Tiny Houses? Now is your chance to learn everything you need to know about building your own!
  1. Little Black Dress: From Mourning to Night Exhibit
    • Saturday, July 9, Missouri History Museum
    • This recurring exhibit features over 60 dresses tracing the evolution of the black dress from mourning to a staple piece in most women’s wardrobes.
  1. Fried Chicken Festival
    • Sunday, July 10, 4 Hands Brewing Co
    • Four Hands Brewing Co. teams up with local chicken favorites to celebrate their first year in business!

 

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