It’s November, the time of the year when many cities are winding down for the year.
But not St. Louis! This weekend–from a Veterans Day Parade downtown and a re-run of Halloween at Scarefest 2011 to the exciting Star Trek: The Exhibition First Friday costume contest and a fall festival at the Sutter-Meyer Farmhouse–you’ll find as many free and cheap things to do in the Lou as you do during many summer weekends. You can even preview Santa’s Wonderland Saturday evening!
Here’s a sampling of what you can do on the cheap in St. Louis this weekend:
Free: Veterans Day Parade In Downtown St. Louis On Saturday
Star Trek, The Exhibition At The St. Louis Science Center: Enjoy Special Evening Discount Rates On First Friday
Free: Paint The Parks Art Exhibit At The Gateway Arch, Old Courthouse In Downtown St. Louis
Free: Nature Journaling Workshops At St. Louis’ Old Courthouse
One Last Time: Final Nights To Experience St. Louis’ Scarefest 2011
Free: Kids Workshop At Home Depot This Weekend
Free: Classes, Demos On Thanksgiving Dishes At St. Louis Area Williams-Sonoma Stores This Month
Free: Sutter-Meyer Farmhouse Presents Fall Festival On Sunday, Nov. 6
Free And Cheap: Crafts At Michael’s This Weekend
Free: Santa’s Wonderland At Bass Pro Beginning Nov. 5, 2011
Vineyard Values Card Offers Deals At Missouri Wineries
Free: St. Louis Family Attractions Card That Helps You Save Up To $1,000 In Fun