Hazelwood Missouri Events
For thousands of book lovers, August means that it's time for the annual second-hand book sale at the St. Louis Public Library. The season-ending ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 26, from 3 to 5 pm on the Town Hall Square. This historic soul district comes alive with a post-parade party, with national and local bands performing live on the streets.
Shopping is not the only attraction, there are food stalls with local and national food trucks as well as live music by local artists. Shopaholics will love to find a wide selection of clothing, accessories and other items on sale at this annual event. The concert begins with children's music and the house band of the Sanctuary, but it is also a great opportunity for a family - a friendly evening of music, food and fun. There are nationally known artists, birds fly just above the heads And there's even a live concert by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Of course, there is much more to where this came from, but here are some of the most important events of the festival that are celebrated every year to help you get started. The event features local and international musicians, a javelin throwing competition and the opportunity to buy food and drinks. Of course there are many more, and in our calendar of events you will find everything that happens in St. Louis.
The Festival of the Little Hills of St. Charles is the largest annual festival of its kind in the United States, with over 100,000 attendees and more than 1,500 vendors.
This five-day event features everything from live music, deep fried food, craft beer, food trucks and more. There is also an art fair that includes a variety of arts, crafts, handicrafts, crafts and food vendors. Enjoy the whole family and enjoy live music and gourmet food at the annual St. Louis Beer Festival, one of the largest beer festivals in the United States. You can sample more than 60 beers from local breweries, including local breweries such as Blue Moon Brewing Company, Blue Mountain Brewing Co. and others.
Take a self-guided tour of historic downtown Maplewood, where you'll find a variety of historic buildings, restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants, as well as a museum.
This concert includes an hour of local artists "concerts in the lush surroundings of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Come to the traditional Green Show, where dancers, musicians, jugglers and other entertainers interact with the audience. We will show the work of high-quality artists from all over the country, working in a wide variety of media and styles.
Bring a blanket or chair for lawn seats, pack a picnic and enjoy dinner in a box from a local caterer. Food Truck Friday offers a variety of local food trucks and brews from across the state and the country every summer. Forget Pi Stick, which sells gourmet pizzas on the stems, as well as local craft beer, wine and spirits from local breweries.
On Archaeology Day, you can discover indigenous history and learn about the history of the Cahokia Hills in Collinsville. This is your chance to take something home during this annual event, which takes place Saturday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Missouri Museum of Natural History.
This multi-ethnic festival offers a variety of food, music, dance, arts and crafts, food trucks, vendors and more. The festival includes tickets to attractions such as a carnival, children's activities, a dance competition, live music and food truck vendors.
The festivities begin on Friday evening with balloons and a glow, and on Saturday and Sunday, animal masks with the theme "animals" are celebrated, which must be worn. The Family Fitness Weekend offers a variety of family-friendly activities and activities for children and adults, including indoor and outdoor fitness track and field, as well as a children's playground. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under, and includes competitive and Saturday activities. Celebrate winter by carving ice cream, running and roasting S & M's and more this annual Christmas.
The festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, with further details to be announced on the official website in early August. After closing in May and June 2020, the Sauce Food Truck Friday will return to Tower Grove Park for a second year. The concert series has been cancelled, but the church is open to the public until 2020.
The festival includes live entertainment ranging from pop to disco, jazz, rock, country and rap. The celebration of Japanese culture includes a variety of food, music, art, food trucks, crafts, games and activities for children.