The city of St. Louis is getting ready for one of the biggest events in the area.
Friday, Nov. 22, the Macy’s Festival of Lights officially kicks off the season at the May Amphitheater in Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis.
Organizers say dozens of restaurants will be affected. The workers will be joined by clergy and community supporters.
Also new this year will be a fairgrounds-wide warning system for bad weather featuring a yellow flag for a potential weather alert and a red flag for evacuation of the Archgrounds.
Gateway Greening’s new plantings downtown take on a style fitting for a St. Louis baseball legend.
Hundreds gathered to plant 1,000 white crosses in Kiener Plaza to honor the memory of those who died at coal mines operated.
The first of May is traditionally a day for flowers and festivals. There are lots of luscious opportunities in St. Louis to get outside and enjoy the warm spring breezes in early May.
Annual event in downtown St. Louis attracts exhibitors from numerous countries.
Fall in St. Louis is a wonderful time. The air is crisp and filled with festivity. If you enjoy the festival atmosphere, you won’t have any trouble finding something to suit your interests here. From music to food to art, there is plenty to experience in the fall festival season in St. Louis.
A tent pops up in Kiener Plaza, and then the park ranger showed up