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Category Archives: St. Louis Events

St. Louis Insiders – It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

‘Tis the Season! 

Bust out that bag of chestnuts because the season of cheer is here at last! Scroll down to find some great ways and events to get yourself into the holiday spirit!

 

Here are some great things happening around the St. Louis region!

 

A Walking Xmas Carol

The St. Louis Shakespeare Festival and Painted Black STL are bringing you a new pandemic-safe way to celebrate the season by reimagining Charles Dickens’ classic tale with a 21-stop tour along Euclid Avenue and Maryland Plaza. The self-guided outdoor experience features musical and window displays by 16 local Black artists and is running now through December 23rd. Click here to learn more!

 

Wintr Market @ City Foundry STL

City Foundry is making it easy to shop small and local this season with a Wintr Market pop-up on December 5th! Visitors will be able to shop Joya’s holiday sample sale as well as the merchandise of more than 25 other local businesses and makers. Registration is required and space is limited… click here to reserve your slot to shop!

 

Leftover Inspiration from the Pros

Are you still making your way through those Thanksgiving leftovers? Click here to find out which condiments and ingredients the best St. Louis food critics favor for taking your leftover Turkey sandwiches up a notch.

Keeping our eye on COVID-19

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. For local response information visit the city’s health department and St. Louis County’s health department websites.

 
 
 

Median sale prices continue to climb due to the inventory shortage and the number of homes sold over October of last year are up over 20% around the region. We only see indicators that real estate will continue to be hot even through the winter! Please give me a call if you’d like to learn more.

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Gobble up some fun!

Gobble, gobble, gobble!

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and though it might not look exactly the same this year, we have a few suggestions for “alternative activities to your usual festivities!” (Try saying that 5 times fast!)

 

Here are some great things happening around the St. Louis region!

 

Thanksgiving To-Go!

Is COVID derailing your turkey consumption plans? If you’re not able to gather with your usual holiday hosts, don’t fret… these great local restaurants are saving the day so you can still get your annual tryptophan fix!

 

STL 50/50 by Giveable

Don’t you just love a good raffle? Why not? It’s the season of giving and literally a win-win! STL 50/50 holds one raffle per month featuring a different charity each month–50% of raffle sales will be awarded to the person with the winning ticket and 50% will be given to a charity improving our region. Click here to learn more!

 

Garden Glow Returns to MoBot 

“Glowing” on now (do you see what I did there?) through January 2nd you can walk through over a million twinkling lights at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Enjoy delicious s’mores, festive drinks, and so much more in the safety of the socially distanced outdoors! Click here to buy your tickets!

Keeping our eye on COVID-19

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. For local response information visit the city’s health department and St. Louis County’s health department websites.

 
 
 

In this episode of St. Louis Real Estate Review Shawn shares October’s numbers with us. We saw some growth in October 2020 over October 2019 but now, with the election over and a new year looming, people are starting to ask “What’s next?” Watch this short video to find out!

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Cozy social options for cooler weather!

There’s a chill in the air…

Unless you’re a cold-weather enthusiast, our outdoor days are feeling numbered for the year… that’s why we’ve compiled some truly delightful indoor activities to enjoy! 

 

Here are some great things happening around the St. Louis region!

 

A List Awards 2020

St. Louis Magazine’s annual tribute to the region’s finest in dining, culture, shopping, entertainment, and more is here! Click here to browse the businesses that offer the best in superlative service, one-of-a-kind wares, and experiences worth bragging about!

 

St. Louis International Film Festival

The 29th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival goes virtual! This annual presentation of the nonprofit Cinema St. Louis, provides St. Louis filmgoers the opportunity to view the finest in world cinema — international films, documentaries, American indies, and shorts. Click here to get all the details!

 

Great Rivers Biennial

The Contemporary Art Museum’s 9th iteration of its Great Rivers Biennial is on view now through Feb 21, 2021 and features work from three local St. Louis artists Kahlil Robert Irving, Tim Portlock, and Rachel Youn. Click here to reserve your free museum tickets.

Keeping our eye on COVID-19

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. For local response information visit the city’s health department and St. Louis County’s health department websites.

 
 
 

St. Louis Insiders – No tricks in here… only treats!

So fun it’s scary…

Are you ready to get into the Halloween spirit? Scroll down for some spooky (and not-so-spooky) events happening in our city through the end of the month!

 

Here are some great things happening around the St. Louis region!

 

#STLZooBoo

Gather up your little ghouls and goblins for one of our city’s most beloved non-scary kid-friendly Halloween traditions… Boo at the Zoo begins tonight and runs through the 30th! Reservations required. Click here for all the details.

 

Ghost Tours at the Fabulous Fox

Channel your inner ghost buster at the Fabulous Fox theatre. The tour includes both Fox Theatre history provided by Fox tour guides and “ghost” stories from the Paranormal Society following their investigation and analysis of the theatre’s “hot spots” of paranormal activity. Click here to purchase tickets.

 

Pumpkin Wars: Chefs vs. Surgeons

Sunday October 18th was the third annual Pumpkin Wars: Chefs vs. Surgeons fall festival and pumpkin carving competition. St. Louis Children’s Hospital surgeons went head-to-head with local chefs to see who could carve the most boo-tiful pumpkin. Get the details and watch the event video here!

Keeping our eye on COVID-19

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. For local response information visit the city’s health department and St. Louis County’s health department websites.

 
 
 

In the latest St. Louis Real Estate Review Klaus & Shawn review September’s numbers. The St. Louis area made some BIG percentage jumps over last year in certain categories. Watch this short video to learn which ones!

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Festive Fall Fun Awaits You!

Orange you glad it’s Autumn?

The air is crisping, the leaves are changing and it’s time for some fall fun! Scroll down to find some truly festive activities to pack your next few weekends!

 

Here are some great things happening around the St. Louis region!

 

Halloween at the Farm

Beloved St. Louis family fun destination, Grant’s Farm, is temporarily reopening for an all new drive-thru Halloween experience! Click here to find out how you can score tickets for this special event happening all month long.

 

Largest Corn Maze in STL

Get festive this fall by wandering around all 17-acres of Brookfield Farms daytime Corn Maze! Or if spooky is more your scene, visit the haunted version from 7pm-midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Click here for all the details.

 

Pumpkin Pickin’ Time

It’s officially October, so if you haven’t already acquired everyone’s favorite orange gourds, there’s no time like the present! Click here to scroll a list of St. Louis’ best Pumpkin Patches and make a plan to pick your own.

 

Keeping our eye on COVID-19

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. For local response information visit the city’s health department and St. Louis County’s health department websites.

 
 
 

Home prices are predicted to keep increasing over the next 12 months! Click here to see a short video the RedKey leadership team made about this and give me a call if you’d like to learn more.