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2013 Summer Community Calendar - SCT

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May 24 - 30, 2013 South County Times
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Every Thursday Webster GrovesFarmers Market –
Shop or locally grown reshruits and vegetables, cheese, bread, plants andlots more every Thursday May through Octoberrom 3 to 6:30 p.m. at Gazebo Park located at the intersection o Big Bend Blvd. and South OldOrchard Ave. For more inormation, visit www. webstergrovesarmersmarket.com.
Every day • Grants Farm –
Grants Farm isnow open and is located at 10501 Gravois Rd. on the 281-acre ancestral home o the Busch amily. Admission to the park is ree; parking is $12 per vehicle or $40 or a season parking pass. The arm ishome to more than 900 animals and oers amilies the opportunity to see many dierent animalsincluding Arican elephants, horses, camels, zebrasand more. Meet a retired Budweiser Clydesdale ona Clydesdale tour (reservations required) or book a private expedition or an extra charge. For moreinormation or park hours, visit www.grantsarm.com.
Open Mic • Every Wednesday –
Startingaround 8 p.m., open mic or poetry and musicat Stone Spiral Coee & Curios, 2500 Sutton inMaplewood. Great ood and beverages.
St. Louis Writers Guild • Every SecondTuesday –
St. Louis Writers Guild has a poetryand prose open mic at the Kirkwood Train Station, Argonne Drive and Kirkwood Road, 7 p.m., everysecond Tuesday o the month.
May 24 • Friday Night Flick –
Enjoy watching the movie “Sur’s Up” while swimming under thestars at Whitecli Park, 9245 Whitecli Lane inCrestwood, 8:30 p.m. Free. No coolers allowed;concessions will be available. For more inormation, visit www.ci.crestwood.mo.us.
May 24-26 • St. Louis Bluesweek Festival
This ree Blues estival celebrates the rich Blueshistory o St. Louis with a weekend ull o music,ood and un at Soldier’s Memorial in downtownSt. Louis. Headliners include Blues legend MavisStaples, superstars Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, St. Louis’ own Big George Brock andseveral others. Festival hours are Friday, 4:30 to 11p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Formore inormation, visit www.bluesweek.com.
May 24-27 • St. Louis Greek Fest –
 AuthenticGreek ood and pastries, Greek music, Greek olk dancing, Agora Marketplace, church tours, a kid’scorner and more will be part o the Greek Fest at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 1755 DesPeres Road. Festival hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Freeadmission and ree parking. For more inormation, visit www.stlgreekest.com.
May 25 • Summer Palooza –
Kick o summer with un activities including a bounce house, acepainting, swimming and more rom 1 to 4 p.m.at the RiverChase Recreation Center, 990 HoranDrive in Fenton. Cost is $4 or residents; $5 ornon-residents. For more inormation, visit www.entonmo.org.
May 27 • Gypsy Caravan –
Come to one o  the largest antique, crat and ea markets in theMidwest and help support the St. Louis SymphonyOrchestra. The event is held rom 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.(rain or shine) on the campus o the University o Missouri-St. Louis, 1 University Drive. Admissionis $10. Visit www.gypsycaravan-stl.org or moreinormation.
May 29 • Jamming at JB –
Concert serieseaturing Aaron Kam and The One Drops at theamphitheater at Jeerson Barracks Park, 500 BagbySt. Tickets are $5. Gates open at 6 p.m., concertbegins at 7 p.m. Bring chairs and blankets. Nocoolers. Food and drink will be available. For moreinormation, visit www.sbdstl.com.
May 30 • Circus Flora –
St. Louis’ one-ringEuropean-style circus presents “A Trip to the Moon”rom May 30-June 23.The amily-riendly circus takes place under an air-conditioned big top tentnext to Powell Symphony Hall, 718 N. Grand Ave.Tickets range rom $10 to $48. Visit www.circusora.org or tickets and showtimes.
June 1 & 2 • Strawberry Festival –
 Strawberries take center stage during this annualstrawberry celebration in Kimmswick. Feast andshop all things strawberry rom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.For more inormation, visit www.gokimmswick.com.
June 4 • Faust Park Summer Concert Series
The Bob Kuban Band perorms rom 7 to 9 p.m. at the Faust Amphitheater, 15185 Olive Blvd. There willbe ood trucks, ree prizes or kids, ree cake andfreworks to kick o the frst concert o the season.For details, visit www.chesterfeldmochamber.com.
June 5 • Old Webster Summer NightStreet Dance –
Spend the evening in Old Webstershopping, dining and dancing in the streets rom 5 to 10 p.m. Perormances by Ticket to the Beatles,Chole G and others. For more inormation, visit www.visitoldwebster.com.
June 5 • Faust Olden Days of Summer –
Seeblacksmith and rope making demonstrations, take ahayride or pony ride, and visit the petting zoo. Thehistoric village school and houses will be open, too.Event is at Faust Park, 15185 Olive Street. Ticketsare $10 or children in advance or $15 or children the day o event (parents are ree with child ticketpurchase.) For advance tickets, call 615-7373.
June 5 • Whitaker Music Festival –
TheFunky Butt Brass Band will give a concert at theMissouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd. Freeadmission begins at 5 p.m.; concert starts at 7:30p.m. Pack a picnic and enjoy the beauty o thegarden grounds. For more inormation, visit www.mobot.org/events/whitaker.
June 5 • Jamming at JB –
Concert serieseaturing Whiskey Dixon at the amphitheater atJeerson Barracks Park, 500 Bagby St. Tickets are$5. Gates open at 6 p.m., concert begins at 7 p.m.Bring chairs and blankets. No coolers. Food anddrink available. For details, visit www.sbdstl.com.
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Strawberry Festival June 1st & 2nd 
 
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June 6 • Webster Farmers Market FourthBirthday Celebration –
The celebration will berom 3-6:30 p.m. at Gazebo Park located at BigBend Blvd. and Old Orchard Ave. Activities includeTaste o the Market demonstration rom 4-5 p.m., juicing demo and tasting rom 5:30-6:30 p.m., ascavenger hunt or kids, special kid’s activity withLittle Fishes Swim School and live music by TheLulu’s rom 4:30-6:30 p.m. For more inormation, visit www.webstergrovesarmersmarket.com.
June 7 • Feast In The Park –
Eat all you wantas St. Louis County Parks welcomes members o  the St. Louis Food Truck Association to LaumeierSculpture Park, 12580 Rott Road, 5 to 8 p.m. Joinamily and riends to picnic on a wide variety o delicious are rom 14 local culinary entrepreneursand enjoy ree live music. For more inormation, visit www.laumeier.org.
June 7 • Suson Farm Fridays –
Come toSuson Park, 6073 Wells Road, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., ora day o arm un including barn tours, hay rides,pony rides, candle making and ace painting. Kids12 and under, $8; adults, ree. For details, call 615-8822 or visit www.stlouisco.com.
June 7-9 • Art & Air –
The “artists’ art air”eatures fne art, fne music and fne ood on thegrounds o Eden Theological Seminary at EastLockwood and Bompart in Webster Groves. The artair runs Friday, 6-10 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Visit www.artandair.comor more inormation.
June 8 • Spiritual Jazz Meets Pojazz –
Raven Wol C. Felton Jennings II and Dwight Bitikoer andguest poets Jennier Fandel and Ben Moeller-Gaarom 7:30 to 10 p.m. at Stone Spiral Coee & Curios,2500 Sutton in Maplewood.
June 11 • Faust Park Summer Concert Series
Trilogy will perorm rom 7 to 9 p.m. at the Faust Amphitheater, 15185 Olive Blvd. Beer, wine, soda,popcorn and candy will be available or purchase,as well as ood rom local restaurants. For details, visit www.chesterfeldmochamber.com.
June 12 • Whitaker Music Festival –
Jazzmusician Terence Blanchard will give a concert at the Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd.Free admission begins at 5 p.m. and concert startsat 7:30 p.m. Pack a picnic supper and enjoy thebeauty o the garden grounds in summertimebloom. For more inormation, visit www.mobot.org/events/whitaker.
June 12 • Jamming at JB –
Concert serieseaturing The Jeremiah Johnson Band at theamphitheater at Jeerson Barracks Park, 500 BagbySt. Tickets are $5. Gates open at 6 p.m., concertbegins at 7 p.m. Bring chairs and blankets. Nocoolers. Food and drink will be available. For moreinormation, visit www.sbdstl.com.
June 13-16 • Vietnam Wall –
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall will be setup June 13-16 on the campus o Lindbergh HighSchool, 4900 S. Lindbergh Blvd., or public viewing.The wall is an 80 percent scale model o the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. For moreinormation, visit www.southcountytimes.com orcontact Morris L. “Butch” Thomas at 849-2234 orby email at Morris.Thomas@att.net.
June 13 • Annie –
Whitecli Summer Playhousepresents “Annie,” rom June 13-16 on an outdoorstage in Crestwood’s Whitecli Park. Tickets are $2or children, $5 or adults and go on sale at 6:30p.m. beore each perormance. Show starts at 8p.m. Bring lawn chairs. For more inormation, visit www.ci.crestwood.mo.us.
June 14 • Hot Summer Nights, Cool SummerSounds –
City o Des Peres ree summer concertseries eaturing Mirage rom 7 to 9:30 p.m. at DesPeres Park, 12325 Manchester Road. Bring lawnchairs; coolers are permitted, but glass containersare not. Concessions will be available. For moreinormation, visit www.desperesmo.org.
June 14 • Webster Groves Old OrchardGazebo Series –
The entire amily can enjoy reelive music and a movie at Gazebo Park located at8180 Big Bend Blvd. Bring blankets and lawn chairsand enjoy live music starting at 7 p.m. and a moviebeginning at 9 p.m. Featured musician o the nightis Javier Mendoza, and the movie is “Raiders o theLost Ark.” Food and beverage will be available. Formore inormation, visit www.oldorchardwg.com.
June 14 • Webster Groves Lions Club/RedCross Blood Drive –
The Webster Groves LionsClub will hold a Red Cross Blood Drive rom 3 to 7p.m. in conjunction with its montly barbecue on theparking lot o General Grant Center, 8400 WatsonRoad. Walk-ins welcome, but appointments willhave priority. For more inormation or to make anappointment, call 799-1998.
June 14 & 15 • Webster Groves Lions ClubBarbecue –
The Lions serve up ribs, chicken,hamburgers and more rom 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.on the parking lot o General Grant Center, 8400 Watson Road. Enjoy on-site or carry out. Proceedssupport Lions Club charitable projects. For moreinormation, visit www.webstergroveslions.tripod.com.
June 16 • Cars With Class –
The HorselessCarriage Club o Missouri presents a Father’s Daycar show rom 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the St. LouisMuseum o Transportation (upper parking lot),2967 Barrett Station Road. For more inormation, visit www.transportationmuseumassociation.org.
June 17 • Monty Python’s Spamalot –
TheMuny premiere o Monty Python’s “Spamalot” willrun rom June 17-23 with perormances at 8:15p.m. nightly. Spamalot is a musical that tells thelegendary tale o King Arthur and his Knights o theRound Table. The Muny is located in Forest Park.For more inormation or tickets, visit www.muny.org.
June 18 • Faust Park Summer ConcertSeries –
Scott & Kari will play music rom 7 to 9p.m. at the Faust Amphitheater, 15185 Olive Blvd.Beer, wine, soda, popcorn and candy will beavailable or purchase, as well as ood rom localrestaurants. For more inormation, visit www.chesterfeldmochamber.com.
June 18 • Affton Annual Golf Tournament
The Aton Chamber o Commerce holds its 16thannual gol tournament at Quail Creek Gol Club,6022 Wells Road in South County. The our-personscramble ormat costs $120 per player and includesgol, lunch, dinner and prizes. Check-in at 11:30a.m., lunch at noon, torunament begins at 1 p.m.The deadline or signing up is June 10. For details,call 631-3100 or visit www.atonchamber.com.
June 19 • Whitaker Music Festival –
KimMassie will give a concert at the Missouri BotanicalGarden, 4344 Shaw Blvd. Free admission begins at5 p.m. and concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Pack a picnicsupper and enjoy the beauty o the garden groundsin summertime bloom. For more inormation, visit www.mobot.org/events/whitaker.
June 19 • Jamming at JB –
Concert eaturingThe HipNecks at the amphitheater at JeersonBarracks Park, 500 Bagby St. Tickets are $5. Gatesopen at 6 p.m., concert begins at 7 p.m. Bring chairsand blankets. No coolers. Food and drink will beavailable. For details, visit www.sbdstl.com.
June 21 • Webster Groves Old OrchardGazebo Series –
The entire amily can enjoy reelive music and a movie at Gazebo Park located at8180 Big Bend Blvd. Bring blankets and lawn chairsand enjoy live music starting at 7 p.m. and a moviebeginning at 9 p.m. Featured band o the night isNorth o the Quarter and the movie is “Night at theMuseum.” Food and beverage will be available orpurchase rom Old Orchard restaurants. For moreinormation, visit www.oldorchardwg.com.
June 21 • Suson Farm Fridays –
Come toSuson Park, 6073 Wells Road, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., ora day o arm un including barn tours, hay rides,pony rides, candle making and ace painting. Kids12 and under, $8; adults, ree. For more inormation,call 615-8822 or visit www.stlouisco.com.
June 22 • Des Peres Youth Fishing Derby –
 The fshing derby is or ages 3-12 at Des Peres Park Dock. Cost is $5 and all participants must provide their own fshing pole and bait. Check-in begins at7:30 a.m. with fshing rom 8 to 10 a.m. Have un with the Biggest Fish Contest, raes and more. Formore inormation, visit www.thelodgedesperes.com.
June 22 • Fenton Flicks –
Enjoy a night out with the amily while watching “Field o Dreams”at Fenton City Park. Free admission; movie startsat approximately 7:45 p.m. Concessions willbe available. For more inormation, visit www.entonmo.org.
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