7 Things To Do This Weekend: June 29-July 3

By ALIVE Staff
In Culture

Looking for something to do this weekend? Look no further.

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1/ Fair Saint Louis
July 2-4
Forest Park
Enjoy three nights of food and drinks, music and fireworks. Each day you can enjoy Anheuser-Busch’s Bud and Burgers sampling, water ski demonstrations and a variety of musical guests, including Lee Brice and Flo Rida.

2/ Terrarium Workshop
June 30
Contemporary Art Museum
Carly Meyer from local garden boutique Flowers and Weeds instructs in a workshop on creating and sustaining a plant terrarium. Participants will receive all of the basic essentials for their project.

3/ Manmade: Meet The Makers
July 2
Notch
Join the St. Louis men’s style blog, Manmade for the second Meet the Makers event, Saturday, July 2. Enjoy complimentary craft beer provided by Old Bakery Beer Company while shopping a curated selection of handmade goods.

4/ Fireworks Bike Ride
July 2
HandleBar
Grab your bike and some beers and head to HandleBar this Saturday to ride together to watch the fireworks. Grab a drink at the bar before riding to the park and come back after to keep the party going. Patriotic costumes and bike decorations are highly encouraged.

5/ St. Louis Downtown History Tour
July 2
Multiple locations
Starting at the Old Courthouse, enjoy a walking tour of Downtown St. Louis with stops including the Old Cathedral and historic skyscrapers. The tour focuses on St. Louis architecture and the historical significance of some of downtown’s oldest buildings.

6/ Dance The Vote
July 2
Vintage Vinyl
Together with the Ashleyliane Dance Company and several other artistic organizations, That Uppity Theater Company brings “Dance the Vote” to St. Louis. Harnessing the social and political power of the arts, they strive to promote voter registration and participation in a pivotal election year. Performances will feature local dancers and choreographers and all choreography is inspired by themes related to the American democratic experience. Voter registration booths will be open to all in attendance. The first performance kicks off July 2 and future showcases will include First Fridays at Grand Center. Stay tuned for upcoming performance announcements.

7/ Fourth of Ju’Luau
July 3-4
Wheelhouse Downtown
Throw on your best Hawaiian shirt and head to Wheelhouse Downtown this third of July to celebrate the 4th. Start the party early at 10am for brunch & bottomless mimosas. Then stay, drink the day away, and enjoy late night specials like $3 domestic bottles to celebrate the U-S-of-A.

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