Shop N Save is bringing back “Coupon Thursday” this week. That means you can save $10 on a $50 purchase. And, despite the name, no coupon is needed. The deal is good Thursday, Nov. 3 only.
Not only do you get $10 off your purchase but you can earn fuel rewards to use at Shop N Save stores with gas stations. Check with your local Shop ‘n Save for details.
Fine print: Certain items like fresh milk, pharmacy, beer, wine, spirits and a bunch of other non-food items are excluded. See the ad in the store, newspaper or online for details.
Wreaths that will be auctioned at the end of December go on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011.
The collection includes unique creations by some of the area’s finest floral designers. It can be seen in the upper level of the Ridgway Visitor Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis.
The 13 wreathes will be on display through Wednesday, Dec. 28. The Garden is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. It will close at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. The Garden is closed on Christmas Day.
Admission to the display is included with Garden admission. The Holiday Wreath Auction is included with Missouri Botanical Garden admission of $8 for adults; free for children ages 12 and under. St. Louis city and county residents get a discounted admission of $4 and free admission on most Wednesday and Saturday mornings until noon. Admission is free for Missouri Botanical Garden members.
Free parking is available on site and two blocks west at the corner of Shaw and Vandeventer.
A silent auction will be held at the end of the exhibition with proceeds benefiting the Garden.
This year’s wreath designers include Blooming Buckets of Webster Groves; Botanicals Design Studio of south St. Louis; Bowood Farms of the Central West End; Carriage House Florals and Diane Breckenridge Interiors of Frontenac; Dierbergs Florist and Gifts; Fleurish of Ladue; Focus on Design Schnuck Markets; Ladue Florist of Ladue; Mary Tuttle’s Florals and Gifts of Chesterfield; the St. Louis Herb Society; Twigs and Moss of Richmond Heights; Todd Ware of Clayton; and Wildflowers of south St. Louis.
For more information, visit the Garden website or call (314) 577‑5100 (toll-free, 1‑800‑642‑8842).
Vineyard Values Card offers savings on tours, wine, gifts and other items at some of Missouri’s most popular wineries.
With the card, you’ll get 10 “deals” at Stone Hill Winery, St. James Winery, Chaumette Winery, Le Bourgeois Winery, Mount Pleasant Estates, Cave Vineyard, Montelle Winery, Augusta Winery, Sainte Genevieve Winery and St. Francois Winery.
Pick up a Vineyard Values Card at the courtesy counter at any local Shop N Save store or print one here.
The St. Louis Cardinals will be hailed as World Series champs in a victory parade Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011 in downtown St. Louis. The Budweiser Clydesdales will lead “Procession of Champions” on Market Street from 18th Street to 7th Street beginning at 4 p.m. The parade will turn south to Stan Musial Drive and proceed into Busch Stadium.
Parade tickets go on sale at 2 p.m. today, Saturday, Oct. 29 and can be purchased online. They are $5 each. The money will go to the Cardinals Care charity. There’s a two-ticket limit but season ticket holders can purchase four tickets beginning at noon today.
The ghosts and goblins will be out Monday night.
If you’re looking for something else to do, check out these free and cheap things to do in the Lou on Oct. 31, 2011:
Free: Lewis And Clark Branch Library To Show Movie Classic Dracula On Oct. 31
Free: Weber Road Branch Library To Show Movie Coraline On Oct. 31
Free: Bridgeton Trails Branch Library To Show Movie About Frankenstein On Oct. 31
Halloween: Final Nights To Experience St. Louis’ Scarefest 2011
With Halloween around the corner and the Star Trek exhibition opening today at the St. Louis Science Center, you’ll have some tough choices this weekend–even if you’re don’t want to spend much–or any–money this weekend in the Lou.
Here’s a sampling:
Cardinals Pep Rally Set For 3 p.m. Today In Downtown St. Louis
Free: Mercy Children’s Hospital Boo At The Zoo On Spooky Saturday
Free: Paint The Parks Art Exhibit At The Gateway Arch, Old Courthouse In Downtown St. Louis
Star Trek: The Exhibition Opens Today At The St. Louis Science Center; Discount On Admission If You Wear A Costume This WeekendFinal Days For PNC Bank Sea Lion Show At St. Louis Zoo
Halloween Costume Cruise On The Mississippi In Downtown St. Louis Set For Saturday
Ballwin To Hold Fall Festival On Saturday, Oct. 29
Halloween: Final Nights To Experience St. Louis’ Scarefest 2011
Free: Rock Road Branch Library To Show Original The Lion King Movie On Oct. 29
‘Death Takes A Holiday’ At St. Louis’s Historic Bellefontaine Cemetery Saturday Night
Ichabod's Fate from Pumpkin Masters
Getting ready to carve a jack-o-lantern for Halloween?
If you need a little help, you can get some awesome carving patterns from:
Go get a pumpkin and have some fun!
Thanks to Carolyn at Wichita On The Cheap for the tip!
Mercy Children’s Hospital Boo at the Zoo Spooky Saturda
y will feature entertainment, trick or treating, crafts, games and more. The free event takes place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 at the St. Louis Zoo
with trick or treating until 1 p.m. and stage entertainment until 3 p.m. Crafts and games will be available from noon to 4 p.m. and there will be a costume character parade, meet-and-greet and Jamboree at 3 p.m.
According to the Zoo:
Mummies and daddies are invited to bring their little ghouls and goblins to a day of safe and free trick-or-treating along the Pumpkin Trail. Encounter surprises and goodies along the way, along with your favorite costumed characters, clowns and entertainment. Be sure to come and show off your costume at this event, especially during the costume parade! There are plenty of photo opportunities including haystacks, pumpkins, and of course, our animals! It is a safe Halloween event all ghouls and goblins are sure to enjoy.
Boo at the Zoo Spooky Saturday is free and no reservations are needed.
Because Boo at the Zoo is a family-friendly event with young children who might be frightened, visitors over age 13 in costume are not allowed unless they are accompanying children. Adults cannot wear a mask or have their faces covered with face-painting, etc. See the Zoo’s costume policy.
Mercy Children’s Hospital, Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School, Fresh 102.5, Y98 FM are sponsoring the event.
You can share in the excitement of the World Series even if you don’t have tickets for the big game.
The St. Louis Baseball Cardinals will hold a pep rally at 3 p.m. today at Ballpark Village prior to the beginning of the final game of the World Series.
Busch Stadium opens at 5 p.m. The first pitch will be thrown out at 7:05 p.m.
Etc. Senior Theatre’s presentation will feature some of Bellefontaine Cemetery’s most notable and colorful inhabitants.
Tickets are $8 per person. Call 314-495-1713 for reservations.