7 Things To Do This Weekend: June 1-5
Looking for something to do this weekend? Look no further.
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Renowned New York actress and Olivier nominee Nancy Anderson will play the role of Titania in Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, June 3-26, at Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park. Enjoy a night of Shakespeare comedy, along with Schlafly’s “1616” beer, exclusively for Shakespeare in the Park. Shows start at 8pm and run nightly, except Tuesdays.
Head to Urban Chestnut in The Grove to grab drinks and make crafts with other guests at the location in The Grove.
Picnic on the Riverfront
Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard
Celebrate the new St. Louis Riverfront with St. Louis’ largest community picnic—complete with a 2,016-foot long table and chairs. Enjoy live music, food and activities for the whole family. Visit the website for a full list of events and times.
Géothermie Opening Reception
Stéphane Margotais invites viewers to reconnect with the beauty and strangeness of nature with his exhibition “Géothermie.” The work is a tribute and invitation to the discovering of the living world and its many complexities.
National Donut Day 2016
Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co.
Celebrate National Donut Day 2016 this Friday with Strange Donuts, Kaldi’s Coffee, 4 Hands Brewing Co. and Feast Magazine. With your ticket, enjoy coffee and donuts provided by Strange Donuts and Kaldi’s Coffee, DJs Billy Brown and Drace hosting, plus a performance from Flaming Lips band member, Space Face. An exclusive #StrangeDonutDay beer from 4 Hands Brewing Co. and food from Mission Taco Joint and Southern will also be available for purchase at the event. Proceeds from the event benefit Strange Cares.
In House Designer Trunk Show
Join SKIF International as they announce several new brands designing in their studio. Enjoy a small bite and drinks as you shop the unique fashion finds of 2008 Marconi Ave.
Central West End Cocktail Party
Central West End Scene
On June 4th The Central West End is celebrating what is claimed to be the first cocktail party ever on record—held by Mrs. Julius S. Walsh Jr in her home at 4510 Lindell in 1917. Enjoy live entertainment from St. Louis Jitterbugs, music by Sarah Jane & The Blue Notes and Kim Fuller, a cocktail competition and delicious drinks to purchase from participating CWE bars and restaurants.