Events are ready to entertain St. Louisans this weekend


ST. LOUIS – Looking for something to do this weekend? We found a few special events and some favorite St. Louis is ready for you.

Dino & Dragon Stroll
Central America – Downtown St. Louis
Saturday – 8:30am – Sense Friendly Session
Saturday – 10:00 am. – 4:00 pm.
Sunday – 10:00am – 3:00pm
Take a stroll through the Mesozoic Era among prehistoric dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous. Get close to the winged, horned and fire-breathing dragons.
Note: Face coverings are required at all times while in the premises for guests aged 5 years and older

Monster Jam 2022
The Dome at America Center
Saturday: 7pm, 2pm Sunday
Monster Jam features some of the most recognizable trucks in the world including the Grave Digger, Max D, El Toro Loco and many more. World-class racers push their perfectly designed Monster Jam trucks to their limits in Freestyle, 2-Wheel Skill and Racing competitions that will keep you on the sidelines and leave you craving more and more.
Note: Face coverings are always required while in the facility

Mardi Gras: A family-friendly winter festival
The Family Winter Carnival of St. Louis Mardi Gras is now an online contest inviting children across St. Louis participates in the Shoebox Parade Boating Competition.
Looking for more information: https://stlmardigras.org/events/family-winter-carnival

SLU Women’s Basketball vs Duquesne
Chaifetz Arena
Saturday: 7 p.m

Men’s Basketball SLU vs UMass
Sunday: 1:30 pm
Attendees of all Chaifetz Arena events must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (at least two weeks from the last dose) or a negative test received within 72 hours of the event. to sue.

Chess & Passports: World Chess Sets
World Chess Hall of Fame
Saturday: 9am – 5pm, Sunday: Noon to 5pm
With over 1200 sets from more than 65 countries, the World Chess Hall of Fame has amassed one of the largest and most diverse chess collections in the world. From beautifully decorated antique chess sets made from luxurious materials to mass-produced sets that celebrate the popular culture of different regions, the collection proves that chess has captured the imagination. like everyone else in the world. https://worldchesshof.org/expect/pawns-and-passports

Besides Van Gogh
Parking lot Galleria . Shopping Center
Immerse yourself in Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork like you’ve never seen it before. Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience extended his stay in St. Louis.

Aquarium of St. Louis
union station
Filled with thousands of aquatic species from all over the world; a great Mirror Maze with a maze of mirrors to entertain the whole family; The three-story ropeway with more than 90,000 cubic feet of climbing space and 30 obstacles takes you skyward. All visitors 5 years of age and older must wear a mask while indoors.

Children’s Museum The Magic House St. Louis
Kirkwood, MO
Saturday: 9am – 5pm, Sunday: 10:30am – 5pm
Children can make a mess, a mud cake – or, both – in the “mud kitchen”; Explore a shallow stream and creek bed, create rod-shaped castles with native Missouri plants, all inside The Magic House. In the Children’s Village, children can climb ladders into a tree house, serve pizza in a restaurant, catch fish in a fake pond and use some tools to protect cars. Be sure to stop by the museum’s new sensory play space, which gives little ones the chance to discover, sort, sort, and organize all sorts of objects. All visitors 5 years of age and older must wear a mask while indoors.

Missouri Botanical Garden
South St. Louis
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 5pm
Established in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the nation’s oldest continuously operating botanical gardens and a National Historic Landmark.
Note: Butterfly house in Faust Park will be closed for annual maintenance January 1 – 31.

The Saint Louis Museum of Art, the Missouri Museum of History, and the Saint Louis Science Center remain closed through February due to concerns about Covid-19.

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Aila Slisco

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