5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | September 11 – 13
Discover the five must-see things to do this weekend in St. Louis!
Virtual Saint Louis Art Fair | September 11 – 13
On September 11-13, check out the Virtual Saint Louis Art Fair 2020. This year’s event will be exclusively online where art enthusiasts and buyers can virtually meet artists and view their works. Buyers from across the nation are also invited to head over to the virtual Mainstage presented by Enterprise for a musical performance by All4Nothin, browse and buy jewelry, order food from local Clayton businesses, and enjoy other activities, all from the comfort of your own home.
Da Vinci The Exhibition | Through September 27
Now extended to September 27, 2020, Da Vinci The Exhibition at the Saint Louis Science Center is not to be missed! This weekend, take some time to discover the world of Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci and his passion for science and nature. The exhibit features more than 60 life-size recreations of da Vinci’s inventions and interactive machines, as well as replicas of his art, discoveries in engineering, flight, hydraulics, light, music, and more. Tickets are available here.
Walking Tour | September 11
It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is right around the corner. There’s no better way to celebrate than with A Walking Tour of St. Louis Haunted History. On September 11 at 6:30 p.m., you are invited to stroll through the oldest, most historic and most haunted part of St. Louis. You’ll be surprised and entertained as you hear strange, bizarre and spooky stories from the past. Tours begin at the Morgan Street Brewery and will weave a path through Laclede’s Landing. You can book your tour here.
Coconut Cake | September 11
This weekend The Black Rep is presenting Coconut Cake through a virtual zoom reading of the production September 11 at 7 p.m. A synopsis of the play says “When Eddie Lee’s wife, Iris, joins him in retirement, the truth about his “ladies man” ways resurface. When a mystery woman moves in down the street, with her Creole wiles, melt in your mouth coconut cake, and medicine cabinet secrets, Eddie is not the only one who pays her a visit; a visit that threatens to change all their lives forever.
Midnight Madness | September 12
Ranken Technical College Presents Midnight Madness fueled by Monster Energy will take place at World Wide Technology Raceway on September 12th. An adrenaline rush, Midnight Madness is the safe alternative to illegal street racing. Midnight Madness is a lifestyle event, featuring special themes, DJs, drifting, attractions, and social activities. Midnight Madness is open to all licensed drivers and any street-legal car or motorcycle.
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