This Weekend in St. Louis - October 19th-21st
Looking for something to do this weekend in or around St. Louis? Look no further! Here is a list of some things that are happening this weekend.
The Third Annual Terror at Tower Grove Park
Join us for our 3rd annual Terror at Tower Grove Park along Main Drive at the South Grand Entrance! The family-friendly event is open to the public and will feature music, food trucks, candy, arts and crafts, games, a costume contest, and a movie. Costumes are encouraged. For more details click here.
Friday, October 19th ~ 4:30-8:30pm
City of Festus BBQ Cook-Off
Friday, October 19 ~ 5-11pm
Saturday, October 20 ~ 10am-4pm
This event is for everyone who enjoys bbq, good music, and the outdoors! The competition is for pros and those who are pros in their own backyard. For more information click here.
Night in the Cemetery at Faust Park
Join Gov. Frederick Bates and his wife Nancy at their family cemetery behind the Thornhill home in Faust Park, where the governor has been resting for 193 years. He may be joined by a few resident ghosts and period dressed docents inside the house. The governor is dying to meet you! All tickets are $5.00 each. For more details click here.
Friday, October 19th ~ 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Purina Farms Howl-O-Ween Fest
Bring the whole family (dogs included) out to Purina Farms for some dog-gone fall fun featuring games, live entertainment, food trucks, music and more! Kids activities include facepainting, storytelling, circus & magic shows, canine performances, a costume paw-rade and more! For more information click here.
Friday, October 19th ~ 9:30am-8:30pm
Saturday, October 20th ~ 9:30am-5:30pm
Sunday, October 21st ~ 9:30am-5:30pm
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Midnight Screening on Saturday, October 21st at Landmark's Tivoli Theater. For more details click here.
Legends and Lanterns on Historic Main St.
This Halloween, St. Charles will become a ghost town…literally! Historic Main Street will be invaded by a plethora of playful paranormal poltergeists from parts unknown. These notorious and infamous witches, villains, and spirits from lore and legend will unleash the magic of their enchanted lanterns in order to travel from regions beyond to bring you the eeriest entertainment anywhere from Tombstone to Transylvania. But don’t worry, these friendly ghouls have more treats to offer than tricks, and they enjoy meeting “little monsters” of all ages. For more information click here.
Saturday, October 20th ~ 11am-6pm
Sunday, October 21st ~ 12pm-5pm
Wildwood Art Festival
60 talented artists and their artwork will be featured at the event. Great bands and solo artists are scheduled to play throughout the entire weekend! There will be a little bit of everything available from the food and drink vendors. Wine, beer, warm beverages, pizza, cinnamon roasted nuts, BBQ, kettle corn, and more! For more details click here.
Saturday, October 20th ~ 10am-8pm
Sunday, October 21st ~ 10am-3pm