The first 25,000 attendees age 16 or older at Saturday’s St. Louis Cardinal baseball game with the Phillies get a free baseball cap, courtesy of U.S. Cellular, the Cardinals’ official wireless provider.
Game time is 6:15 p.m. at Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis.
This weekend only you can enjoy a 12-ounce smoothie or frappe for only 99 cents at Burger King.
The deal is good May 26-29 only at participating locations. You can find participating locations at the Burger King website.
Here’s something new–in fact, two new things.
Steak N Shake just introduced Jalapeño Crunch burgers and breakfast tacos. It’s a new twist on both the basic burger and the venerable taco. The 99-cent tacos come in three flavors–sausage, egg and cheese, potato and cheese and bean and cheese. Plus they’re served with fresh made salsa.
And, don’t forget–kids eat free all weekend long. (with an $8 purchase; drinks and shakes excluded; Saturday and Sunday and dine-in only, age 12 and under only).
Want someone to feed your kid for free?
Check out kidsmealdeals.com for local restaurants with a kids-eat-free-on-Fridays program.
Several St. Louis area bowling centers are participating in Kids Bowl Free, a program that lets kids bowl free of charge all summer long.
You can see a list of bowling centers in Missouri that are participating in the program.
Kids who fulfill the age limits set by each center can register to play for two free games a day all summer long.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend in St. Louis and things are smokin’ hot! And we’re not talking about the weather.
The holiday weekend officially kicks off the summer season and what a kick-off it is! And, in true St. Louis fashion, many of the best things to do this weekend are free–yes, F-R-E-E!
From a weekend-long Blues Fest to rival any other on the planet to a chance to do a Jungle Boogie at a free concert at the world class St. Louis Zoo, the biggest problem you’ll have is figuring out how to fit it all in!
And, if you want to escape without leaving town, you can travel to Africa at the African Arts Festival in Forest Park, Greece at the Greek Fest at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, Ireland at the largest free Irish festival happening this weekend in St. Charles, merry ol’ England at the Shakespeare Festival, also in Forest Park or the Renaissance Faire in Wentzville.
Check out a sampling (brought to you by stlouisonthecheap.com) of what you can do this weekend in the Lou:
Free: Smokin’ Hot Bluesweek Festival In Downtown St. Louis This Weekend
Free: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church’s Greek Fest This Weekend
African Arts Festival Offers Host Of Activities In Forest Park In St. Louis
Free: Shakespeare In The Park In St. Louis’ Forest Park Tonight Through June 17
Huzzah! Return to Days Of Yore At St. Louis Renaissance Faire This Weekend In Wentzville
Get Your Irish On At Missouri River Irish Fest In St. Charles This Weekend
Jungle Boogie Returns On Fridays At The St. Louis Zoo
Love St. Louis? Show It With A Hug, Photo For Group Hug St. Louis
Celebrate Memorial Day At Oldest Consecutively Running Parade In The Nation
Head to St. Charles this weekend for the largest free Irish festival in the St. Louis.
The 8th annual Missouri River Irish Fest hold forth in Frontier Park Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27.
The Elders, a group of Kansas City musicians specializing in Celtic Music
Chicago Reel, which plays traditional Irish music with a twist; Rust Nail, a group that performs contemporary Irish music and folk music
- Ashley Davis, a musician who tells stories as well as performs musically
- Red Headed Strangers,
- The Irish Xiles
- The St. Louis Irish Session Players
- Duddy Breeks
- Keltic Reign
- Ed Yother
Check out the entertainment schedule.
A Children’s Village will provide tons of activities for the little ones.
Hug something, someone, or some place that you love in St. Louis and send your pictures to email@example.com by 5 p.m. tonight.
Then attend the group hug party tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in Crown Square just south of Crown Candy in the the 2700 block of North 14th Street in north St. Louis.
The event organizers (City Affair) will select the top photos which will be displayed at the Old North St. Louis Restoration Group Gallery at 2700 N. 14th Street, 63106, and you can vote on your favorite.
This is the second year GROUPHUG St. Louis is celebrating the people, places, and things that make St. Louis great.
By having St. Louisans hug their favorite St. Louis assets, organizers say we get a better sense of what we love about St. Louis. And, it’s another reason to party.
The Bridgeton Trails branch of the St. Louis County Library will show three episodes of Sesame Street at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 29, 2012. The branch is at 3455 McKelvey Road, Bridgeton.
The program is for children 18 months to 24 months old. In the episodes Elmo and friends will explore the seasons, bumblebees and rainbows.
The branch wants viewers to register in advance. They may do so by via the Internet or by calling 314-994-3300.
Start this holiday weekend by attending a traditional Memorial Day Parade in Alton, Ill.
The Alton Memorial Day Parade kicks off at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28 at College and Washington avenues.
The event, the oldest consecutive running parade in the entire nation, celebrates the history of Pie Town and Upper Alton as well as those that serve our country.
Don’t forget to bring lawn chairs. For more information, call 618-462-7527.