STL Weekend Event Guide: October 3-6

Jessica
2706 days ago.

Weekend events in St. Louis starting Thursday, October 3rd through Sunday, October 6th.

louie Blues Home Opener: It’s that time. Get your tickets for the first St. Louis Blues home game. They will play against the Nashville Predators. Another good reason to attend the game besides cheering on the Blues and getting the giveaway item for the night: a team calendar, is to get a glimpse of Carrie Underwood’s husband, Mike Fisher. And who knows, maybe Carrie will make an appearance. Pre-game rally starts at 5:30pm. Go Blues!

Date: Thursday, October 3rd

Time: 7:30pm

Place: Scottrade Center

mo botanicla garden 22nd Annual Best of Missouri Market: A 3-day festival with more than 120 food and and craft vendors. You’ll find everything from fresh bread, baked goods and flowers to baskets, wooden toys and custom jewelry. In addition to the plethora of items for purchase, the event will also include live music and fun attendance prizes. Admission is $12 for adults, $5 (children 3-12), free for kids under 3.

Date: Friday, Oct 4-Sunday, Oct 6

Time: Fri: 6-9pm, Sat & Sun: 9am-5pm

Place: Botanical Garden – 4344 Shaw Blvd

crabfest2 Crab Fest: Broadway Oyster Bar will be featuring a special menu this weekend. One that is filled with crabs! In addition to delicious crab soups, appetizers, and entrees, you can check out some great bands. Friday’s Schedule: Butch Moore at 5pm and The Right Now at 10pm. Saturday Schedule: All Roostered Up at 1pm and Old Salt Union at 10pm. No worries, they will still offer their regular menu as well for those crazies who don’t enjoy crab.

Date: October 4th & 5th

Time: Fri: 6-11pm, Sat: 1-11pm

Place: Broadway Oyster Bar – 736 S Broadway

food trucks Food Truck Friday: Where food trucks and food truck lovers meet. This is the last Food Truck Friday of the 2013 season. Don’t miss out on delicious tacos, sushi, crepes, grilled cheese, gyros, award-winning cupcakes and more. In addition to food trucks, the Schlafy beer truck will be on hand to serve up some adult beverages. You can also bring your own beverages and enjoy an evening hanging out in the park with friends. Make sure to bring a lawn chair and bug spray. Oh, and check out these videos to get to know your STL Food Trucks before you go.

Date: Friday, October 4th

Time: 4-7pm

Place: Tower Grove Park

What Not to Wear - Clinton Kelly - George Lange/TLC Clinton Kelly at Macy’s: The stylish Clinton Kelly, co-host of What Not to Wear on TLC and The Chew on ABC Daytime will be at Macy’s for a Girl’s Night Out Fashion Tutorial. Wanting advice on hair, make-up or fashion? Clinton will help. In addition to meeting Clinton and enjoying an evening of fashion tips, if you purchase clothing or Estee Lauder products of $100 or more, you will receive a free Clinton Kelly tote bag and get a picture with him. If you’ve been putting off buying Fall clothes, now’s the time.

Date: Friday, October 4th

Time: 4pm

Place: Macy’s- Galleria

marty derosa Comedy Night at The Dubliner: Comedian Marty DeRosa performs in The Leinster Room, the 2nd floor of The Dubliner this Friday. Marty is an Indiana native and creator of the popular podcast, Wrestling With Depression. He has performed all over the country and has had a #1 comedy album on iTunes. Performing with him is host and comedian, Dan Chopin. Tickets are $10 (no drink minimum).

Date: Friday, October 4th

Time: 8:30pm

Place: The Dubliner

belleville chili cook-off Belleville Chili Cook-off: The 30th annual chili cook-off. It is literally the best chili cook-off you will find in the St. Louis area. They have every kind of chili you can think of: super spicy, white bean chicken chili, no beans, 4-bean, chili in a bag, chili cheese fries, chili cheese dogs. There are over 70 chili vendors. The festival is free and you just pay 50 cents or $1 per sample. You can also buy a bowl and add crackers, cheese, etc. And the chili is only half of it. They offer funnel cakes, kabobs, ice cream, nachos, and my favorite…ribbon fries. In addition to the food, there are vendors selling crafts as well as live music. This year Smash Band takes the stage at 6pm on Friday, and Rough Ryders at 6pm on Saturday. This year they will also be hosting a Chili Chase 5K on Saturday morning at 9am. If there is one event that St. Louisans should drive over the river for, this is it!

Date: Friday, October 4th & Saturday, October 5th

Time: 11am-10:30pm

Place: Downtown Belleville – Main  St

battledish st. louis Battledish St. Louis: An international culinary competition. Six amazing chefs will be competing for the titles of: Most Delicious (King of Battledish), Most Creative, Best Modern, Best Cocktail, Most Authentic. Chefs competing are David Kirkland from Cafe Osage, Jorge Carvalho from Coco Louco Brasil, Chris Ladley from Herbies, Eric Kelly from Scape, Jason REdman from The Drunken Fish, and Andre Grosz from Wild Flower. Head to the CWe and enjoy delicious cuisine and vote for your favorite dishes. GA tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of. Ticket packages start at $40.

Date: Saturday, October 5th

Time: 2-6pm

Place: Central West End -4590 Laclede Ave

pedal the cause Taste The Cause: This year, Pedal The Cause will feature this new addition. A handful of St. Louis’s top restaurants and premiere caterers (Annie Gunn’s, Brasserie, FarmHaus, Sydney Street Cafe, HollyBerry Catering, and more) will be preparing tasting portions of some of their most popular dishes for event attendees. Riders will receive one ticket with their event registration. Additional tickets can be purchased for $40. Children under 12 years old are free with a paid adult.

Date: Saturday, October 5th

Time: 5-8pm

Place: Soldier’s Memorial – Downtown

shaw art fair

21st Annual Historic Shaw Art Fair: One of St. Louis’ premiere art fairs featuring 135 artists from around the country who work in a large variety of media and styles, such as: Painting, Drawing/Pastels, Photography, Printmaking, Digital Art, Sculpture, Clay, Jewelry, Fiber Arts, Glass, and Wood/Metal. Admission is $7. Children under 14 are free. Bring a canned good and receive $1 off. All canned goods will go to Isaiah 58 Ministries. This fair is within walking distance to Botanical Garden so you can check out both the Best of Missouri Festival and Shaw Art Fair.

Date: October 5 & 6

Time: Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 10am-5pm

Place: 4100 & 4200 Flora Place – South City

stl hoop club 5th Annual World Hoop Day:  Enjoy a full day of hoops and fun. The day begins at 1pm with open Yoga for all ages. At 1:30pm, hoop workshops begin. Bring a new or gently used hoop to donate to Shenandoah Middle School as part of the STL Hoops Club charity. There will be extra hula hoops to rent or buy for those who don’t have one. Enjoy fun hoops workshops and live music. Then at 4:30pm, there will be a perfromance showcase and Glow Jam with DJ Monsieur Gaston. Wear white. Black lights will be provided. Tickets are $22.

Date: Saturday, Oct 5th

Time: 1-6pm

Place: Cherokee Performing Arts Center – 2720 Cherokee

great totem festival The Great Totem Festival: A Cherokee Street Festival. As with most Cherokee Street Festivals, you will find a wide variety of entertainment. Kids Crafts, Petting Zoo, Bubbles, Body Painting, Up-Cycling & More. 2 Stages with tons of performances: STL Hoops CLub, Van Ella Studios, D-Nice Rollerskate Crew, Aaron Kamm and the One Drops, it! Cave of Swords, Unifyah, Jump Starts, and more. Kids Jam from 1pm-3pm, music by CELIA, contests with prizes: Best Festival Totem, Facial Hair Competition, and Best Totem Poster Art for 2014. The event will also include an open air market, live art installations, dancing and drumming, and amazing food and fashions. And it’s all free.

Date: October 5th

Time: 1pm-1am

Place: Cherokee Street – near Performing Arts Center

bra crawl Bra Crawl: Crawl for Breast Cancer. It’s a bar crawl down Washington Ave…where you wear a bra. Pretty simple right? Guys – grab a friend’s,  girl friend’s, or mom’s bra, and put it on over your shirt to “Show Your Support” to help raise awareness and funds for the V Foundation and Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Tickets are $15 and include drink specials at Prime 1000, Dubliner, Flannery’s, and Side Bar, with drink tickets for Corona/Corona Light and Bacardi.

Date: Saturday, Oct 5th

Time: 12-5pm

Place: Washington Ave – Downtown STL

grove fest Grove Fest: The Grove’s 8th annual free street festival. The event will feature a diverse and eclectic collection of live music, including: Old Salt Union, The Blind Eyes, Vibesteady, DJ Who, Mathias and the Pirates, Fresh Heir and many others. Pair that with street performers, interactive art including a Paint By Numbers Mural, fashion shows, and delicious food, drinks and wares from the Grove’s and St. Louis’ finest establishments, and it’s going to be one awesome day!

Date: Saturday, October 5th tats takes place on the streets of The Grove. 

Time: 2-11pm

Place: Manchester – Between Boyle and Sarah

apa canine carnival APA’s 23rd Annual Canine Carnival: Join your fellow pet lovers at a fun pet carnival. There will be fun games and contestws for pets, such as the Best Kisser, Best Costume, Best Trick, and Ugliest Dog contest. Dogs will be available for adoption as well. The event will also include a pooch parade, Purina Incredible Dog Team performances, raffles, and fun activities for kids such as face painting. Eat from local food trucks and peruse vendor booths for fun pet items. Admission is free.

 Date: Sunday, October 6th

Time: 11am-4pm

Place: Tilles Park – 9551 Litzsinger Rd

graffiti run Graffiti Run: Similar to The Color Run, you show up in white, run/walk through color stations where you are color powder-blasted and end the race a green, pink, orange, and red rainbow of colors. Stay for the after-party with food, live music, and fun group color explosions. Registrations is $55.

Date: Sunday, October 6th

Time: 9am

Place: GCS Ballpark – 2301 Grizzlie Bear Rd, Sauget, IL

gateway arch riverboat Oktoberfest Cruise: For 3 Sundays in October, the Riverboat Cruise will turn into an Oktoberfest Cruise. Hop on and enjoy an afternoon of authentic German food. The cruise will consist of a buffet of Beer Rouladen, Bratwurst/Knockwurst, Sweet & Sour Cabbage, Knoodle Kugle, Hot German Potato Salad, Rye & Pumpernickel Breads, Tossed Salad, German Chocolate Cake, Coffee, and Iced Tea. Enjoy the cuisine while listening and dance along to the live German band. Tickets are $38 for adults and $15 for children 3-12.

Date: Sunday, October 6th

Time: 1-3pm

Place: Gateway Arch Riverboat

american arts experience American Arts Experience: A 17 day festival that fills venues across the city with productions of American theatre, dance, music and art. The festival delivers ‘art made fresh daily’ celebrating the work and inspiration of American artists, with a stellar lineup of experiences happening every day inside concert halls, museums, theaters, galleries, universities, and outdoor spaces throughout the St. Louis region. Show prices range from Free to $125. Check the website for the schedule and ticket prices.

Date: October 4th – October 20th

Time: Times vary

Place: All over 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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