5 Things To Do This Weekend in St. Louis | June 29 – July 1

Thursday June 28, 2018

Happy Friday! Here are the five things you won’t want to miss this weekend in St. Louis including USA Fencing, Flora Borealis at the Missouri Botanical Garden and more

USA Fencing | June 28 – July 7

USA Fencing National Championships and July Challenge will take place from June 28 – July 7. The 10-day event will bring more than 4,000 competitors from throughout the nation to St. Louis where the best fencers in the United States will vie for gold at the America’s Center.

Golf the Galleries: Artist-Designed Mini Golf | Through August 12

Tee off at the Sheldon Art Galleries this summer at “Golf the Galleries,” a playable, artist-designed, nine-hole mini golf installation. Designed to be family-friendly and accessible, the course combines the visual arts with the fun of mini golf to create a truly unique experience. Come be a part of this fun event starting at 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm!

Jungle Boogie: Live Music Series at the Saint Louis Zoo | June 29

This event open to all ages will be a lot of fun in the sun! Come enjoy great music performed on an outdoor stage At Schnuck Plaza. Not only is there music but you will experience animal-related kid’s activities focusing on the conservation of endangered species through the Zoo’s WildCare Institute. This event starts at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm and you do not want to miss it!

St. Louis Surge Basketball Game | June 30

St. Louis Surges go against Toledo Threat at the Washington University Field House! Come support STL’s Women’s professional basketball team and cheer them on to a victory. There will be food and drinks to fuel the entertainment. We hope to see you there!

Flora Borealis | June 29 – August 26

The Missouri Botanical Garden kicks off its newly curated Flora Borealis this weekend, a nighttime multimedia exhibit using custom light, sounds, and moving images.  The month-long event begins opens to the public Friday, June 29. The one-mile narrated walk winds through some of the most beloved areas in the park, like the bottlebrush area and the Tower Grove house. Like the park itself, the path is handicap accessible and on average an hour long, allowing visitors plenty of time for strolling and gawking. As they weave through the path, patrons will notice different techniques used to bring the park alive.

We hope you enjoy your weekend in St. Louis. Make sure to share your St. Louis photos with us using #ExploreStLouis, you could be featured on our social page here. For more events, festivals and things to do in St. Louis, check out our events calendar.

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