7 Things To Do This Weekend: July 13-17
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1/ “Young Frankenstein”
Enjoy an evening of musical fun with the Muny premiere of “Young Frankenstein.” This madcap comedy by Mel Brooks is sure to have you laughing the night away. Enter the world of Transylvania, complete with Dr. Frankenstein and Igor, as they bring to life one of literature’s most infamous characters.
2/ Internet Cat Video Festival
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
For its final year, join fellow cat-lovers for some feline-induced laughs. The three-night program will feature hands-on activities, food trucks and a curated collection of “purrs and lolz.” Be sure to don your favorite cat couture, as the best costume will receive a CAM membership.
3/ Bodies on Display
Join Westminster Press for an opening reception to present its new exhibition: “Bodies on Display.” The exhibit examines marginalized bodies and their varied experiences. The reception will include beer, wine and light refreshments and is open to the public.
4/ Central West End Sidewalk Sale
Central West End
Shop ’til you drop at the Central West End Scene’s mid-summer sidewalk sale. Enjoy discounted items from top retailers like 10denza, Centro, Enchanting Embellishments, Fauxgerty, Left Bank Books, Living Collective and more.
5/ World Naked Bike Ride
Take a ride on the wild side with the annual World Naked Bike Ride on July 16. Enjoy a pre-party featuring a costume contest and then stick around after the ride for a dance party and refreshments from 4 Hands Brewing Company.
6/ Riverfront Marketplace
St. Louis Riverfront
In partnership with Great Rivers Greenway, the St. Louis Swap Meet brings an exciting feature to the newly renovated Arch Grounds. With this two-day shopping and dining experience, the Swap Meet draws St. Louisans and tourists alike to this fun event in Downtown St. Louis.
7/ St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
Cinema St. Louis presents its annual film festival showcasing local filmmakers. Films range from full-length fiction, to short documentaries to multi-film compilations. All featured films were either written, produced, edited or directed by St. Louis natives. Many of the full-length features are followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.