7 Things To Do In St. Louis This Weekend: Oct. 5-10

Looking for something to do this weekend?

1/ St. Louis Design Week
Oct. 3-9
Various Locations
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
Oct. 6
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
Oct. 6
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
Oct. 7
Chaifetz Arena
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”
Oct. 8
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
Oct. 9
Powell Hall
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
Oct. 10
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.

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