Turn a mundane shopping trip into something special when you shop at Tower Grove Farmers’ Market this summer.
Every Saturday for the market’s season, 88.1 KDHX and the Farmers’ Market offer great local music in the form of free concerts along with local produce.
Concerts are performed from 10 a.m. to noon at the West Pool Pavilion in Tower Grove Park. They will feature local and regional acts.
The series, called Harvest Sessions, is presented by 88.1 KDHX and sponsored by Local Harvest, the Regional Arts Commission, Boeing Employees Community Fund, Kuva Coffee, Home Eco, and a PNC Project Grant Fund from the Arts & Education Council.
Here’s who’s performing in the coming weeks:
June 16 – Melissa Neels
June 23 – Tom Hall
June 30 – Louisiana Purchase (featuring Jeff Burke and Ryan Spearman)
July 7 – Langen Neubacher
July 14 – Rough Shop Trio
July 21 – The South City Serenaders
The Grand Glaize branch of the St. Louis County Library will show Monsters, Inc. at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2012. The branch is at 1010 Meramec Station Road, Manchester.
The animated movie is about monsters who get their city’s power by scaring children, but are terribly afraid of being contaminated by children.
The Road Road branch of the St. Louis County Library will show Real Steel at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2012. The branch is at 10267 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann.
The movie is about a struggling promoter of robot boxing finding a champion in a discarded robot.
The branch wants viewers to register in advance. They may do so via the Internet or by calling 314-994-3300.
The Weber Road branch of the St. Louis County Library will show Planet 51 at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2012. The branch is 4444 Weber Road, Affton.
The movie is about an American astronaut who lands on Planet 51 to find little green people happily living in a white picket fence world — whose only fear is that their planet will be overrun by alien invaders.
Denny’s is helping you with Father’s Day and rewarding you, too.
Send Dad a Father’s Day e-card from Denny’s and you’ll both get a coupon for a free Pancake Puppies ® Sundae when you purchase entrees.
There are several Denny’s in the St. Louis area.
The show continues on Friday and Saturday.1121 N. Second St., Saint Charles. Frenchtown Heritage museum has displays of Frenchtown and St. Charles memorabilia and information about people, buildings and businesses in the Frenchtown Historic Preservation District.
The museum is housed in a restored fire station in the heart of historic Frenchtown. Admission is free but donations are accepted.
Walking tours of the Gateway Arch grounds in downtown St. Louis are given daily at 10:30 a.m. until Sept. 3.
The free ranger-led tours will cover various topics including colonial St. Louisthe history of the park grounds and construction of the Arch.
Walkers should meet at the north leg of the Arch.
The Funky Butt Brass Band will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 16 in Lafayette Park at 2023 Lafayette Avenue in St. Louis.
FBBB says it “takes traditional New Orleans brass tunes and gives them a funky flavor, in the style of the Dirty Dozen and Rebirth Brass Bands, but don’t be surprised if you also hear a little Motown, some Southern rock and a touch of straight-ahead Chicago blues.”