STL Weekend Event Guide: August 22nd-25th

Jessica
2716 days ago.

Your STL Weekend Event Guide for Thursday, August 22nd through Sunday, August 25th so you can start planning in advance.

missouri fashion week Missouri Fashion Week: Celebrate all things fashion with Project Runway’s A.J. Thouvenot and co-founder CIllah Hall. A 4 day festival which will include fashion shows from some amazing designers. Check out the list. In addition, there will be opportunities to shop before and after each show from great designers. GA tickets are $25/per night in advance and include fun shows and complimentary appetizers and martinis.

Date: Wednesday, August 21st-Saturday, August 24th

Time: events begin at 6pm each night

Place: Moto Musem – 3441 Olive St

complicated lives Complicated Lives: An Evening of Short Plays about relationships written and directed by Stephen Peirick. Featuring talented actors including Jan Meyer, Katie Pugslini, Nancy Crouse, Eric Dean White, and the fabulous Kate Frisina-White of NickMom’s Mom Friends Forever. The show is free, you just need to reserve your seat in advance. Get ready for a night of laughter.

Date: Thursday, August 22nd-Saturday, August 24th

Time: 8pm

Place: Stray Dog Theatre – 2348 Tennessee Ave

zumba Zumba Block Party: Join The Dollhouse Studios as they take over the FOX2 morning show with Tim Ezell for a Zumba party this Thursday morning. Then join them for the final block party of the year on Thursday evening downtown. Celebrate the end of summer and National Dance Day with a fun, free Zumba class in the middle of the streets.

Date: Thursday, August 22nd

Time: 8:45 am-Fox2 News; 7:30pm-Zumba block party

Place: Morning: Fox2 News-2250 Ball Drive; Evening: 1428 Washington Ave

gateway greening Gateway Greening Garden Orientation: If you’re interested in starting a community garden, or just want more info on how you can be a part of the Gateway Greening project, venture out to the St. Louis County Library on Thursday evening. It’s something fun for families to do together, a great way to save money on grocery bills and of course, eat healthier.

Date: Thursday, August 22nd

Time: 6-7pm

Place: St. Louis County Library – 9909 Lewis-Clark Blvd

legends of the dugout Legends of the Dugout: Join many other die-hard baseball fans for a glorious day presented by the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Not only will you get to hear baseball legends Whitey Herzog, Bobby Cox, and Tommy Lasorda speak together at the event, you will also get to be a part of the induction of the late Earl Weaver into the Sports Hall of Fame. There will also be a Legends of The Dugout Awards Luncheon. Tickets are $100.

Date: Friday, August 23rd

Time: 11:15am

Place: Missouri Athletic Club – 405 Wash Ave

gutterballs Gutterballs: A Big Lebowski Tribute: It’s the story of ‘The Dude’ told through burlesque. I don’t even know what to expect but it sounds awesome! A comedic, and somewhat interactive burlesque event which will feature some of St. Louis’ best dancers, drag and comedic personalities such as: Fiona Flame, Bryce Bordello, Dewy DeCimalle, Little Bo Peepshow and Mimi Le Yu. 21+. Tickets are $15.

Date: Friday, August 23rd

Time: 9pm

Place: Plush – 3222 Locust St

st. charles chill St. Charles Chill Free Agent Try-out: The St. Charles Chill is hosting amateur try-outs for the 2013 season. One player will be guaranteed a spot in the Chill’s 2013 inaugural training camp. Must be 20 years old and have your own equipment. Cost to try-out is $200. If you’re a hockey player or know someone who is, now’s the chance to join The Chill!

Date: August 23-25

Time: Fri: 6-7pm, Sat: 10-11am, Sun: 11am-12:30pm

Place: Chesterfield Ice Complex – 16851 N Outer Forty Road

urban-chestnut Bicrobrews Microbrewery Bicycle Tour: A 15 mile microbrewery bike tour, with stops at unique, urban microbreweries in Stl. In addition to learning interesting facts about brewing great craft beer, you will also get a tour of each brewery and tastings (if you’re 21). Cost is $5. Pre-register at trailnet.org.

Date: Saturday, August 24th

Time: 10:30am

Place: Start: Urban Chestnut – 3229 Wash Ave

festival of nations Festival of Nations: St. Louis’ largest multicultural festival taking place in Tower Grove Park, is on it’s 13th year. The festival features talented ethnic and international performers, a marketplace where you can buy unique items representing the cultures of Uganda, Israel, Ecuador, Bolivia, Russia, Peru and many more. And of course, the food! There will be over 40 ethnic food booths to choose from, with baklava, polish sausage, tamales, Thai coconut drink, sambosa, falafels, margaritas, beer, and so much more! Plus there are plenty of fun children’s activities as well. Admission is free.

Date: Saturday August 24-Sunday, August 25

Time:Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 10am-6pm

Place: Tower Grove Park

party in the yard Party in the Yard: Celebrate an afternoon of music, food, and family in Dogtown. Live music from Park Avenue Trio, Hudson & The Hoodoo Cats, Potomac Accord, The Dogtown Allstars, Auset Music Project, and Mom’s Kitchen. BBQ will be provided by Rusty Eubank from Tamm Ave Grill. Fun sactivities for the kids include face painting and an inflatable castle. 10% of all proceeds benefit HOPE for Young Adults with Cancer and Five Acres Animal Shelter. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of. Kids 11-16 are $5. Purchase tickets at Felix’s Pizza Pub, Tamm Ave Grill, Colombo’s, Pat’s Bar & Grill, Seamus Mc Daniels.

Date: Sunday, August 25th

Time: 12-8pm

Place: Old Dogtown Lumberyard – Clayton & Graham

cycle showcase stl Cycle Showcase STL: Celebrate the art and history of motorcycling. The event offers something for racers, riders, restorers, designers, artists…everyone. Features this year include a collection of unique bikes at The Pageant, an art exhibit at the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission, and the American Motor Drome “Wall of Death” motorcycle thrill show. Tickets are $12.

Date: Sunday, August 25

Time: 11am-6pm

Place: The Pageant – 6161 Delmar

sloup Sloup Event #38: Join the other creative St. Louisans for this monthly pop-up event where participants enjoy food, fun, and a variety of unique arts and community impact proposals. Listen to the proposals, then vote for your favorite idea. The idea with the most votes wins all the money raised at the door! Suggested donation of $10. Come with your own idea or to support others.

Date: Sunday, August 25th

Time: 5pm

Place: 14th Street Artist’s Community – 2701 14th St

heritage bbq Cochon’s 555 Heritage BBQ: A BBQ unlike any other. BBQ experts Kevin Willman of Farmhaus, Kevin Nashan of Sidney Street Café, Gerard Craft of Craft Restaurants, and Fabrizio Schenardi of the Four Seasons will use one whole heritage-breed pig in this tasting event. Each team must prepare six distinct dishes that showcase the whole hog. Tickets are $125 and include: a head-to-toe barbecued pig, cooked every way possible, as well as great libations, including Crispin Cider, brews by Anchor Brewing, and beverages from Antica Formula, Breckenridge Bourbon, Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare, Fernet Branca, Fidencio Mezcal, Four Roses, Illegal Mezcal, Mezcals de Leyenda, Pierde Almas and more.

Date: Sunday, August 25th

Time: 5:55pm

Place: Four Season Hotel

downtown restaurant week And don’t forget about Downtown Restaurant Week, which is from Monday, August 19th to Sunday, August 25th. Head into any downtown St. Louis restaurant on the participating list, and you will receive a 3-course meal for only $25. It may be a good idea to make a reservation if you plan to go Thurs-Sat. Mention ‘Restaurant Week’ when making your reservation. Check the website to view the 27 participating restaurants and their menus. If you’re not sure where to go, I recommend Three Sixty Rooftop Bar, Cielo at the Four Seasons (M-F only), Robust Wine Bar, and Prime 1000 (M-Sat only). Enjoy!

TGIF, St. Louis!

 

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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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