5 Things to Do this Weekend in St. Louis 5/29 – 5/31

Thursday May 28, 2015

Circus Flora donovan-Wallendas_-_ChairHappy Friday! It’s time for a fun-filled weekend in St. Louis. If you are still pulling your plans together, here are a few suggestions to help make this a memorable weekend.

Circus Flora “One Summer on 2nd Street:” May 28 – June 28
Look into the vibrant lives of families moving into the big city during The Jazz Age, when people from all walks of life lived side by side. Circus Flora takes you on a walk around the block during this era and will reveal some enchanting, atypical characters all making magic, art and a life together.

Smokey Joe’s Café: May 29 – June 28
STAGES St. Louis presents “Smokey Joe’s Café,” a Grammy Award-winning musical revue featuring nearly 40 hits from three decades of popular American music. The musical explores the loves, lives and aspirations of a group of friends living in the ’60s.

A Walk in 1975 St. Louis Exhibit: May 30, 2015 – February, 14 2016
Get up close and in-depth with Missouri’s past with the Missouri History Museum’s newest exhibit. Featuring Compton & Dry’s “Pictorial St. Louis,” one of the most detailed drawings of a city ever, the exhibit focuses in on one year in St. Louis’ past in so much detail that people will be able to picture themselves there.

Indihop 2015: May 30
Twenty five businesses in each neighborhood participate, providing an opportunity for visitors to learn more about what each independent district has to offer. Shuttles transport participants from neighborhood to neighborhood throughout the length of the festival and local musicians will entertain along the route. 50 tastes, 12 bands, 4 shuttles all for $25 equals one good time! All profits support the participating neighborhoods. IndiHop is St. Louis’ only community building beer festival with two neighborhoods united in good taste.

Saint Charles Pride: May 30
Venture out to the First Annual Saint Charles County Pridefest, the project of the St. Charles PFLAG Chapter. Beginning at noon, this historic outdoor festival will have an opening ceremony, musical entertainment, food and beverage trucks, non-profit vendors and a family fun area. This family focused fun event is taking place on St. Charles Community College’s campus in Cottleville. Saturday, May 30 @ St. Charles Community College Campus – 12-6 p.m. Visit pridestcharles.org for more information.

For a full list of what’s happening this weekend in and around St. Louis, check out our calendar of events. Also, be sure to share your St. Louis Adventure on Instagram using the hashtag #ExploreStLouis.  I hope you have a great weekend.

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