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Last Cardinals Homestand of the season:
Friday, September 29 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 7:15 p.m.
Adult Cardinals Long-Sleeve Pullover
Presented by Phillips 66 | 25,000 fans, 16 and older
Fans won’t want to miss out on this Cardinals Long-Sleeve hooded pullover on Friday, September 29. Thanks to Phillips 66, 25,000 fans ages 16 and older will take home this exclusive wearable, just in time for fall in St. Louis!
Theme Ticket Event: The Stadium Tour (Waino’s Version)
Requires special Theme Ticket
On Friday, September 29th, sparks will fly as The Stadium Tour (Waino’s Version) makes its final stop at Busch Stadium. With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, fans will take home an exclusive t-shirt, celebrating Waino as a Cardinal forever and always. Plus, don’t miss an enchanted pregame concert in Budweiser Terrace by local tribute band, Taylor Made. *Friendship bracelet trading is encouraged.*
Saturday, September 30 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 6:15 p.m.
Adult Cardinals Corduroy Hat
Presented by Brown and Crouppen | 25,000 fans, 16 and older
On Saturday, September 30, 25,000 fans ages 16 and older will take home this exclusive Cardinals corduroy hat. This navy hat with a front “St. Louis Cardinals” patch, courtesy of Brown and Crouppen, is definitely a must have for any Cardinals baseball enthusiast!
2024 Cardinals Magnet Schedule
Presented by Shelter Insurance | All fans entering with a ticket
Cardinals fans can start planning ahead to the summer of 2024. During the last two regular-season home games of the year, Shelter Insurance will give every fan a 2024 Cardinals schedule!
Sunday, October 1 vs. Cincinnati Reds, 2:15 p.m.
Adam Wainwright Guitar
Presented by Equifax | 25,000 fans, 16 and older
Celebrate the legendary career of Adam Wainwright with this exclusive guitar item on Sunday, October 1, thanks to Equifax. 25,000 fans, 16 and older will take home a playable 21″ guitar. This is a must-have item for all Wainwright fans!
Rennaissance Festival- Wentzville, Mo.- Sept. 30, Oct. 1, more
September 30th and October 1st
October 7th and 8th
October 14th and 15th
October 21st and 22nd
For more information CLICK HERE.
Minnie Ha Ha Park- “Boomers and Bikes”- Oct. 7, 2023
From AARP Press Release: Spend a morning with AARP in St. Louis on a guided bike ride on one of the many trails in the region. Our Boomers and Bikes℠ program explores a different trail each month, May through October. Our volunteer cycling team will take care of everything – you just need to bring your bike, your helmet and your sense of adventure! Check-in is at 8:30 am and we hit the trail promptly at 9:00 a.m. ending around noon but feel free to continue cycling in the area or carry on with the rest of your day.
On select rides, we will have a mobile bike shop & repair service for your cycling needs, before or after the ride. We want to make sure everyone has a safe and fun experience while out on the trail.Register for our last ride of 2023 on October 7th by clicking on the dates/link below. You will have a great experience, meet new people and fit in some exercise on a Saturday morning!
October 7, 2023 Minnie Ha Ha Park Trail
Kirkwood- Magic House- this weekend, ongoing
Ruh-roh! Scooby-Doo and the gang will need your help to solve a gem of a mystery when the SCOOBY-DOO!™ Mansion Mayhem exhibit comes to The Magic House.
The immersive experience allows visitors to analyze clues and put their problem-solving skills to the test. Young detectives and their families will work through the rooms of the mansion, meeting different characters of the iconic TV show that has captivated fans for more than five decades.
SCOOBY-DOO!™ Mansion Mayhem will run from Sept. 2, 2023 to Jan. 15, 2024.
Numbskull Halloween Pop-Up Cocktail Experience Invades Westport Social October 4 – 31
Halloween is coming early to Westport Social, the classic gaming lounge, bar and restaurant at Westport Plaza.
Numbskull at Westport Social begins October 4 and continues through October 31. The experience is open daily at 11 a.m. on a first-come, first-served basis with no reservations needed for the event featuring creepy cocktails created in specialty glassware. A carnival atmosphere envelopes the space with elaborate decor inspired by visions of vintage midway amusements, questionable clowns and paranormal performers.
Every Thursday during October, Numbskull activates with fortune tellers, zombie roller skaters and otherworldly carnival fun. Westport Social’s popular games will continue to add to the fun during Numbskull, with guests invited to play hoops, bocce, shuffleboard, darts, foosball, ping pong and more inside and on the expansive patio outside.
Friday and Saturday, October 27 and 28, guests should dress to impress for a horrifying Halloween costume contest featuring giveaways and a $500 first-place prize each night.
Westport Social’s dinner menu will be available, and is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m until 11 p.m. All patrons must be 21 or older after 4 p.m. The restaurant is located at 910 Westport Plaza Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146. www.westportsocial-stl.com. Follow on social media @westport-stl.
The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station is being invaded by Pirates and a spooky patch of magnificently carved pumpkins this fall. “Pirates & Pumpkins,” a new family adventure, is open September 15 through October 31, 2023 with special activities on Fridays and Saturdays in October.
The Aquarium will be decorated with pirate-themed scenes, including a ghost ship with smoking, booming cannons. On the exciting treasure hunt inside the Aquarium, guests will take a self-guided tour through a highly themed wonderland of treasure caves and grottos.
Patches of realistically carved and lighted pumpkins representing the Aquarium’s sea life will greet visitors as they explore the attraction. One of the highlights is a pumpkin shark scene complete with a boat for family pictures and scary selfies.
“Pirates & Pumpkins” is included with admission to the Aquarium. Tickets are available online at www.stlouisaquarium.com.
Weekends in October Pirates & Pumpkins will turn into a trick or treat festival on Fridays and Saturdays, October 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 and 27-28 from 5 to 8 p.m. (last admission at 7 pm.). Kids get a free plush pumpkin and a complimentary trick-or-treat bag at the entrance where they learn how to choose their own pirate name. Six trick-or-treat stations will be open.and staffed by the Aquarium’s pirates. Guests will learn to talk like a pirate with Tommy, the Aquarium’s animated Otter mascot, and will meet a real pirate parrot at the Ambassador stage from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Other spooky seasonal animals — including snakes, newts, tarantulas and creepy crawlies — will be highlighted during the evenings. Pirate Story Time in the KidZone offers family friendly terrible tales every 30 minutes.
The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station is open daily at 9 a.m. Advance tickets are available at www.stlouisaquarium.com. Follow the Aquarium on social media @aquariumstl. The Aquarium is located at 201 S. 18th St., St. Louis, MO 63103.
Check out the newly opened Four Hands Brewery at the Hub in Chesterfield’s District, 4 Hands at The District, is the newest creation from 4 Hands Brewing Co. There is a lot going on at The District of St. Louis .
The District is a dynamic entertainment destination that already boasts a live music venue, The Factory, an art gallery, event spaces, sports experiences such as Topgolf and a social pickleball concept coming later this year, The Real Dill, a family entertainment destination, Main Event and more.
4 Hands will feature a free family friendly arcade area, and will include a private event space with an oversized patio and a kitchen featuring menu items from culinary partner Hi-Pointe Drive-In just steps away from The Hub, an outdoor event and gathering area.
Grant’s Farm- They are having “Octoberfests” on the weekends.
The Webster-Kirkwood Times has a List
Each weekend in September as City Museum celebrates one of the world’s oldest and most beloved drinks, beer. The weekend events highlight a different theme and includes games, food and entertainment. Non-alcoholic beer also will be available.
These cultural beer events spotlight a new country each week during International Beer Month. Each week’s theme will feature that particular country’s beer, music and food. The events are included with City Museum admission. Purchase a Beer Passport and receive six four-ounce samples and a souvenir glass to use each weekend. Passports can be purchased in person in Architecture Hall on the third floor of City Museum or online at www.citymuseum.org;
SUMMER SENDOFF BEERS & AMERICAN ALES
OKTOBERFEST September 8 – 10
Transition into the heart of fall with a showcase of Oktoberfest beers, steeped in tradition and brimming with character. Sip on the malt-forward profiles that embody the warmth and togetherness of the season’s festivities. These German-inspired delights are a perfect match for the changing leaves and the camaraderie that defines autumn. Snack on foods such as sausage and tots. Featuring beers and cider from: Woodchuck, 4 Hands, Schlafly, Sudwerk, Michelob, Becks, KC Bier, Maplewood, Narrow Gauge, Bluewood, Alpha Brewing, Civil Life, Six Mile, UBCB and Old Bakery.
Event Hours & Entertainment
Friday, 4 – 9 pm: German renditions by The Bog Rattlers
Saturday, 3 – 7 pm: World music by The Greenwood Trio
Sunday, 11 am – 5:30 pm: Live music
IRISH & ENGLISH STOUTS. September 15-17
For those seeking deeper, more indulgent flavors, City Museum has classic Stouts. Immerse yourself in the velvety embrace of rich, dark brews, featuring notes of roasted coffee, chocolate, and hints of smokiness. These stouts are a tribute to coziness and contemplation, inviting you to savor the complexities of the colder months. Eats will include Shepherd’s Pie Kabobs. Featuring beers from: Six Mile Bridge, Murphy’s, Smithwicks, 4 Hands, Guinness, Big Muddy, Bluewood, Glutenberg, Heavy Riff, KC Bier, Maplewood, Prairie Bomb, Third Wheel, Six Mile, Public House, Alpha, Harp, Magners, Murphy’s, and UCBC.
Event Hours and Entertainment
Friday, 4 pm – 9 pm: Triur Musical Project
Saturday, 3 pm-7 pm: The Greenwood Trio
Sunday, 11 am-5:30 pm: DJ Whiz
MEXICAN BREWS. September 22 – 24
Journey south of the border with the captivating allure of Mexican Ales. Experience the fusion of traditional brewing techniques with vibrant ingredients, resulting in a medley of flavors that range from subtly spiced to refreshingly tangy. These ales transport you to sun-drenched landscapes and the festive spirit of Mexico. Easy eats include taquitos and flautas. Featuring Cerveza from: Victoria, Modelo, Dos Equis, Tecate, Bohemia, Sol, Broadway, Main & Mills, Piney River, and Alpha.
Event Hours & Entertainment
Friday, 4 pm – 9 pm: DJ Fonzo
Saturday, 3 pm – 4 pm: The Mariachi Nuevo Azteca
Saturday, 4 pm – 7 pm: DJ Fonzo
Sunday, 11 am – 5:30 pm: DJ Fonzo
ABOUT CITY MUSEUM
Explore the unexpected. City Museum is a 100-year-old warehouse in downtown St. Louis in which artists have repurposed the pieces of old cities to build miles of tunnels, slides, climbers, bridges, and castles. There are secret passages and grand galleries. Playgrounds and ball pits. A circus and a train. A rooftop school bus and a Ferris wheel. City Museum is an ever-evolving, always-thrilling, artist-built playground.
City Museum is located at 750 N. 16th St., St. Louis, MO 63103. City Museum is open seven days a week, Mondays through Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m., and Sundays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. www.citymuseum.org; 314-231-2489; @citymuseum