STL Weekend Events: March 12-15

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The St. Louis weekend events guide for Thursday, March 12th through Sunday, March 15th, 2015.

Featured Event

st pats downtown St. Patrick’s Day Run & Parade: The 46th annual downtown parade begins at 18th and Market at noon, works it’s way down Market and ends at Broadway. The parade will be comprised of over 120 units, including marching bands, floats, huge cartoon-character balloons, 5000+ marchers, and lots of clowns. Over 250,000 spectators, the largest of any event in downtown St. Louis, are expected to attend, packing the streets with smiling Irish eyes and festive green attire. There will be food and drinks available along the parade route as well as the Irish Village in Kiener Plaza. The Irish Village will open at 9am for live music, food and fun. Check out The Pedestrians on the Main Stage. In addition to the parade is the St. Patrick’s Day Run which is a 5-mile run through downtown and Midtown St. Louis. Starts at Broadway & Walnut.

Date: March 14
Time: 9am-4pm
Place: Downtown St. Louis


ely St. Louis Made: A Makers Pop-up: Downtown St. Louis and ALIVE Magazine present Saint Louis Made: A Makers Pop-Up featuring 25+ St. Louis Makers, Innovators and Entrepreneurs. This is a collective of innovators, artists, disruptive thinkers and creative entrepreneurs. It’s a playground for innovators, makers, artisans and manufacturers to feature their products, build relationships and connect with local consumers. Shoppers will enjoy Pappy’s Apple Wood Pulled Pork Sliders and live entertainment from DJ Billy Brown. This event is FREE. Please RSVP through Eventbrite.

Date: March 12
Time: 5-9pm
Place: Ely Walker Lofts – 1520 Washington Ave

tarasenko Blues vs Flyers: The Blues host the Philadelphia flyers on Thursday. Coming off Saturday’s win and StarWars night, this should be a great game. In addition, it’s Tarasenko Bobblehead Night! The first 15,000 fans will receive a Vladimir Tarasenko Bobblehaed. There are also several discount ticket offers available including McDonald’s Family Pack, Union Night, and Educator Night. They will also be raising money for Make A Wish Foundation. Purchase your tickets through this offer and $5 will got towards Make A Wish.

Date: March 12
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Friday & Saturday

chris-hardwick-63 Chris Hardwick at the Pageant: As part of his Funcomfortable Tour, stand-up comedian, actor, writer, producer, podcaster, musician, and voice artist will be in St. Louis with April Richardson this Friday. Hardwick is the chief executive officer of Nerdist Industries, the digital division of Legendary Entertainment. He currently hosts midnight with Chris Hardwick, a nightly comedy-game show series on Comedy Central and The Talking Dead, and voices Craig in the Nickelodeon series Sanjay and Craig. Tickets start at $37.50.

Date: March 13
Time: 8pm
Place: The Pageant – 6161 Delmar

green with indie Green With Indie: St. Louis’ largest indie arts and crafts show featuring the best in regional arts and crafts with an eco-friendly focus. This one day family-friendly event is a megaplex of more than sixty-five of the finest handmade artists and vintage sellers in the Midwest. Goods are earth-friendly, salvaged, vintage, upcycled, recycled, homegrown, handmade, revamped, or refurbished. Stop by the photo booth for a little foolishness GWI style and don’t forget to enter the free raffle for a basket full of handmade goodies. Tap your toes while you shop to tunes played by KDHX DJ Cat Pick. Grumbling in your tummy? Grab a snack from one of the fabulous food trucks and nosh in Yeti Cafe. Pie Oh My!, Holy Crepe, Sweet Divine, and Rise Coffee will all be serving up delicious treats. Admission is free.

Date: March 14
Time: 10am-5pm
Place: Webster University Gym – 175 Edgar Rd

cottleville Cottleville Blarney Bash: The annual Cottleville parade begins at noon at the corner of Cottleville Parkway and Weiss Rd. Run for the Helmet 7K starts at 8am followed by the Award Ceremony at Bemo’s (formally Sherlock’s) at 9:30am. New this year is the all inclusive private party and viewing area with a Budweiser Beer Garden with large screen TVs. $60 per person or 2 for $100 includes: free parking, prime parade viewing area, beer and soda, souvenir cup, hot dogs, pretzels, snacks, private bathrooms.

Date: March 14
Time: 8am
Place: Cottleville

TriviaNight2015 10th Life Trivia Night: Come out and support your local pet rescue. The theme this year is “Lucky.” Interpret that however you want. There will be a prize for the best table decorations. There will be ten rounds of trivia as well as some optional bonus rounds, all emceed by the great Cat & Steve Pick of KDHX. Mulligans will also be available for those of us who need a little extra help…bring lots of extra cash to help yourself and our kitties! We will also have a silent auction where you can bid on and nab lots of great goodies while helping Tenth Life at the same time. And, of course, we’ll have adoptable kitties for you to meet and blow kisses to! Door prizes and, of course, prizes for the top 3 scoring tables! Trivia begins at 7:30pm. Beer, wine, soda, and water will be available. New this year – you can bring your own booze. Feel free to bring drinks, snacks, and other goodies for your table to share and enjoy! Free popcorn will be available for your snacking pleasure as well.

Date: March 14
Time: 6pm
Place: IBEW Hall – 5850 Elizabeth Ave

shamrock block party.jpg-large Soulard Shamrock Block Party: Molly’s In Soulard & 1860′s Saloon bring you the 3rd Annual SOULARD SHAM-ROCK BLOCK PARTY featuring the Music of Legendary St. Louis Band, Trixie Delight. Plus DJs, a pig roast & Corned Beef and Cabbage plates, giveaways, street vendors & games, and FREE shuttles running all day between parade and block party, plus heated tents. Sponsored by KSHE, Riverfront Times, Guiness, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Miller Lite. Free to Attend or go VIP for $50 and get Featured Open Bar from 1pm – 5pm (Includes unlimited Miller Lite Draft, Absolute Patty’s Punch), Irish Food Buffet from 1pm – 4pm, Access to the Exclusive Jameson Tasting, and Private Bar and Bathrooms.

Date: March 14
Time: 12-7pm
Place: Geyer Ave in Soulard

st pats bar crawl St. Pat’s Bar Crawl: Get ready for the 3rd annual St. Pats Bar Crawl in Downtown St. Louis! Last year brought out over 1000 people and we plan to add some additional fun faces! tickets are $15 and include: admission, gift cards for drinks, drink specials, St Pats Medallion, and a photo hunt for cash prizes. Participating locations include: Flamingo Bowl, Bobby’s Place, Hair of the Dog, Lucas Park, Rosalita’s, Flannery’s. Check In at Over/Under from 11AM-2PM. Portion of proceeds will benefit the St. Patrick’s Center.

Date: March 14
Time: 12-6pm
Place: downtown St. Louis

shamrocks Shamrocks and Shenanigans: Go green with Ballpark Village as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day district wide with Shamrocks & Shenanigans party. 20 hours of non-stop fun including: festive green decor, giveaways, live music, food and drink specials & more. Friends, families, and non-Irish welcome. Doors open at 7am with a breakfast buffet at Budweiser Brew House and FOX Midwest Sports Live! Jambone will be performing, plus tons of sports watching. The Green Glow party will start at 11pm with DJ Dynamix, green laser show, glow sticks, beads and more. Howl at the Moon will feature green beers, leprechaun bombs, car bombs, and Get Lucky buckets!

Date: March 14
Time: 7am – close
Place: Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Ave


bottle show Antique Bottle Show: This 45th annual show will feature over 130 tables and displays of bottles, jars, pottery, breweriana, and more. Admission is $3. Kids are free. There will be food and drinks available for purchase while browsing the show.

Date: March 15
Time: 9am-2pm
Place: Orlando Gardens – 4300 Hoffmeister Avenue

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