7 Things To Do In St. Louis This Weekend: Oct. 5-10
Looking for something to do this weekend?
1/ St. Louis Design Week
Founded in 2011, St. Louis Design Week is aimed at celebrating and growing the St. Louis-area design community. The week-long event features workshops, discussions, presentations, open houses and other community growth-oriented events.
2/ Boss Babes Book Release + Coloring Party
4 Hands Brewing Company
On Thursday, Oct. 6 head on down to 4 Hands Brewing Company to celebrate the release of “Boss Babes: A Coloring and Activity Book for Grown-Ups,” a book by Michelle Volansky. Visitors will be able to enjoy coloring and activity sheets from the book alongside beer and tacos from 4 Hands. Admission is free.
3/ Art of Travel
Lambert—St. Louis International Airport
Join Lambert—St. Louis International Airport for their 6th Annual Art of Travel Gala. This year, the gala is showcasing “The Dawn of St. Louis Aviation” with a 1920s theme. The event features a silent auction, signature cocktails, a live band and a gourmet table dining experience. All proceeds of the event go towards the Lambert Art and Culture Program.
4/ I Love the ’90s
Teleport back to the 1990’s on Friday, Oct. 7 at Chaifetz Arena. “I Love the 90’s,” a concert featuring performances by Vanilla Ice, Salt N’ Pepa with Spinderella, Kid N’ Play, All 4 One, Coolio and Young MC begins at 7:30pm. Tickets are available, starting at $29.
5/ St. Louis Ballet: “Vision: Where Ballet + Fashion Meet”
Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center
Featuring three star choreographers and three award-winning fashion designers, “Vision: Where Ballet + Fashion Meet,” is a mash-up of cutting-edge fashion and dance. Testing the limits of classical ballet while also remaining true to the fundamentals of technique, ‘Vision’ kicks off on Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center.
6/ Tribute to Prince
Visit the St. Louis Symphony on Sunday, Oct. 9 as the Symphony pays tribute to the legendary Prince. Guest conductor Brent Havens will lead the orchestra through all of Prince’s biggest hits.
7/ Rooftop Yoga For Special Olympics Missouri
Hyatt Regency at The Arch
Visit the Hyatt Regency at The Arch on Monday, Oct. 10 for a night of yoga for a cause. Starting at 6pm, the event will feature an hour-long all-levels yoga class, followed by beer and light snacks. Tickets are $20, with proceeds benefiting Special Olympics Missouri.