You “Butter” Not Miss This!

It's prime apple time! You’ve probably picked apples. And made pie, cobbler, crisp, or caramel apples. Or maybe you’ve enjoyed sliced apples with peanut butter. But have you ever made apple butter? Here’s a chance to see master makers in action!


Missouri History Today August 27, 2022: First-Ever State Book Festival Wraps Up In Washington

Missouri History Today August 27, 2022: First-Ever State Book Festival Wraps Up In Washington


‘Cue The ‘Cue–The Barbecue, That Is!

Do you love good barbecue? A dry rub delight or smothered in sauce? Here's your chance to cut to the chase, and try all kinds of delicious cuts of meat at an epic all-you-can eat event! Ribs, brisket, burnt ends, pulled pork, turkey, chicken, and more.


Bet You Never “Saw” An Event Like This

Missouri's filled with summer festivals—celebrating everything from music to mushrooms. But we’ve got a festival you probably haven’t encountered before. This one celebrates a versatile,  natural material with all kinds of different uses.


Green Living Festival

Join the Missouri Botanical Garden in making this a summer of sustainability and learn how to help your family, friends, and coworkers live green. Meet sustainability experts and dive into a day of learning, exploring, and engaging at institutions throughout the heart of St. Louis.


Say “Ja” To This German Fest

Think you have to wait ‘til autumn for an Oktoberfest kind of German event? We have good news – you don’t! May is also historically a time of celebration in Germany, known as “Maifest.” And we have one fine wine and stein-filled Maifest for you!


An Inventive, Inviting Evening of Theater

Do you get jazzed about jazz? Hopped up about history? Thrilled by theater? Here’s a great chance to indulge all of these passions. One Missouri city’s celebrating its playwriting talent in a Theatre Lab Festival starting May 18.


Day of the Dead

In spite of skeletons and skulls, don’t call it Mexican Halloween. Hispanic cultures remember their departed loved ones with sight, sound, and tastes on Dia de los Muertos. This festival welcomes all and is family-friendly.


Classical Music Festival and an Art Show

Enjoy a classical music festival and art show on Aug. 25-28 at Thespian Hall at 522 Main Street in Boonville. Artistic Director David Halen, the Concertmaster of the Saint Louis Symphony, has arranged for classically trained artists from around this region as well as nationally recognized solo artists to perform.


End of Summer Fun in St. Louis

Discover virtual art festivals, socially distanced events, rooftop karaoke, and more in St. Louis.