Women have played a very significant roll in St. Louis’ history and across our nation.
The St. Louis region is abundant with history and culture. In February, the rich heritage of the African American community is celebrated in a variety of ways at venues around the area.
St. Louis has a variety of creative outlets to visit for supplies and classes to take so that you can enjoy the world of knitting.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” comes to St. Louis on December 14, 2012. There are some Tolkien fanatics who are anxiously awaiting the event and looking for ways to celebrate this creation of the Middle Earth fantasy. Join the fun, get lost in the magic of the great classic and celebrate Middle Earth in St. Louis.
November marks the commemoration of Native American Heritage Month and St. Louis has a number of opportunities for history buffs to immerse themselves in the influence the native American culture played in shaping our country. Bring along family and friends as you take in these informative and enlightening activities.
Changing seasons are one of the best things about living in St. Louis. Cold-weather activities like ice skating are a great way to spend an afternoon with family and friends, enjoying the winter season. There certainly are no shortages of facilities available to you in the area to plan an active and enjoyable day gliding across the ice with all the enthusiasm of your favorite olympic figure skating or hockey champion.
The holiday season isn’t only for cooking, shopping, wrapping, eating, traveling and visiting. All of that preparation can be exhausting. Take a break to enjoy some great St. Louis theater. It will put you in the holiday mood like no other holiday activity.
Thrill seekers won’t have any trouble finding chilling and scary haunts to explore during the Halloween season. St. Louis has plenty of ghostly haunts for those looking to explore and encounter beings from the other side. So go ahead and wander through some of the legendary dwellings inhabited by St. Louis’ gone but not forgotten. Each will send a chill up your spine.
As the bewitching season approaches, haunts of St. Louis once again become popular places to visit. St. Louis has no shortage of its own legendary venues and accompanying scary stories. Why not make it a social event? After your tour, enjoy dinner, a movie or a show. Just beware! Ghosts may be lurking between courses and intermissions.
A relaxing and scenic drive to the fresh air and countryside of Steelville, Missouri is a wonderful way to spend the weekend.