STL Weekend Event Guide: July 18-21

Jessica
2045 days ago.

Your St. Louis weekend event update from Thursday, July 18th through Sunday, July 21st:

craft a nation Crafting a Nation: A documentary on American craft beer and the economic revitalization of small business. Crafting A Nation, a documentary filmed by Free Mind Productions from Denver, CO, covers economic recovery and the American Dream via the booming craft beer industry. The film visits craft breweries in 15 locations including St Louis, along with following a new Colorado brewery from idea to grand opening. Entertainment and a Q&A with director Thomas Kolicko and special guests will follow. Tickets are $10.

Date: Thursday, July 18th

Time: 7:30pm

Place: MX Movies – 618 Washington Ave

table talk Table Talk: St. Louis Magazine’s series which takes you on a culinary journey with St. Louis’ top chefs. This Tursday, Chef Max Crask will be presenting a Belgian style dinner menu at a new restaurant in Lafayette Square, Tripel.  The evening includes a one-of-a-kind menu featuring Mooseback Mussels, Steak Frite and Rum Baba, all paired with a delicious Belgian beer. Tickets are $65 and include dinner, cooking Q&A with the chef, beer and wine.

Date: Thursday, July 18th

Time: 6-9pm

Place: Tripel – 1801 Park Avenue

need to breathe Celebrate St. Louis: Fair St. Louis is over, but that doesn’t mean the music has to stop. This Saturday, starting at 6pm, you can still get free live music. Starting with Blackwater ’64, then Roots of Rebellion, then the headliner, NeedToBreathe, performs at 9pm. There will also be food and drinks available for purchase.

Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: Gate opens at 6pm

Place: Soldier’s Memorial – Downtown

belgian festival2 Belgian Beer and Mussel Festival: A delicious festival featuring Penn Cove mussels, WA and Belgian Witbier, Belgian Golden Ale Belgian beers and Belgian waffles. Cold water mussels will be flown in fresh and served in classic styles, then paired with ales that boast complexities akin to wine.Trigger 5 will be performing Friday from 5-9pm and Scott Kay & The Continentals will be Saturday from 5-9pm.

Date: Friday, July 19 & Saturday, July 20

Time: Fri: 5pm-12am, Sat: 11am-12am

Place: Schlafly Tap Room – 2100 Locust

dj nune Elevation: A celebration of RAW: Natural Born Artists featuring fashion, photography, performing arts, music and more. Featured artists include: Yoro, Titus, Ruby Sky Design, Rachel Brown, Audrey Simes, Magpie’s, The Psychedelic Psychonauts and many more. DJ Nune will be in the house along with host Theonius Kryptonite. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. 18+,  cocktail attire.

Date: Friday, July 19th

Time: 7pm-12am

Place: 2720 Cherokee St

third degree glass factory Third Friday Free Party: A glassblowing party where you will experience first hand glassblowing and beadmaking  demonstrations. The event will include new exhibits, a mini-peek performance by Union Avenue Opera at 6:45pm, performance by Ballroom Dance Academy of St. Louis at 7:30pm plus free lessons at 8pm with Tumbao Tropical’s hot n’ spicy Latin Music, Sangria, a Lucky Art Lotto where you can buy and drink and be entered to win a selected glass piece, a South of The Border feast by Chef Heidi Shop and more. There will be a cash bar and unique items created by TDGF artists available for purchase.

Date: Friday, July 19th

Time: 6-10pm

Place: Third Degree Glass  Factory – 5200 Delmar

petapalooza PetaPalooza: Fresh 102.5, KMOX, Y98, and Purina Farms are hosting this family and pet-friendly event. Bring your pet and listen to live music, eat, shop and enjoy a number of exhibitions including a “Pet Photo Booth”, Canine Agility Course, Kids Area, plus many more attractions. The event will include animal rescue and adoption groups with pets available for adoption. Admission is free. All pets must be registered and current on shots and must remain on leash at all times.

Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: 11am-4pm

Place: Purina Event Center- Gray Summit, MO

fun ford weekend Fun Ford Weekend: A weekend of car show fun. Registration begins at noon on Friday. Friday events include a Run for The Money race at 9pm on the drag strip. The event will include car corrals, swap meets, drag racing, Aeromotive Cobra Jet challenge, kids activities, food and beverages for purchase. Enjoy an exciting, fast-paced, loud weekend at Gateway Motorsports. Cost is $35 for a weekend pass or $20 each day. Kids 6 and under get in free

Date: July 19-21

Time: Fri: noon-Registration, Sat & Sun: 9am

Place: Gateway Motorsports Park – 700 Raceway Blvd, Madison, IL

There are also two fun races supporting great causes happening this weekend: Provident Rooster Run on Saturday, July 20th  and St. Louis FARE Walk on Sunday, July 21st.

Enjoy your weekend STL!

 

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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