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St. Louis Insiders – FUN is Springing Up All Around our City!

Spring has Sprung in STL!

The flowers are beginning to bud as spring returns to the region, and if I’m being totally honest, I couldn’t be more thrilled! Scroll down for some other fun things going on around town right now!

 

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

 

Taco Buddha Encore

A University City favorite is planning to open a second location in Kirkwood later this year! The massive popularity of the original Taco Buddha will be replicated in a new Manchester location large enough to serve up to 120 people with a dedicated area where customers can enjoy drinks and appetizers as they wait to be seated. Learn more here!

 

E-Bike the Katy Trail

Here’s a new to-do to add to your spring and summer bucket list: rent an E-Bike and ride the down Katy trail! Electronic pedal-assisted bikes are available to rent for just $15/ hour at the Bike Stop Café in St. Charles so you can enjoy the trail without breaking a sweat (or the bank)! Click here to explore available rental options!

 

Porras-Kim at CAM

Correspondences Toward the Living Object an exhibition featuring various bodies of work by Gala Porras-Kim is on view now through July 24th at the Contemporary Art Museum. Her first major survey exhibition in the Midwest, the show features recent work including drawings, sculpture, text pieces, and artifacts. Click here to learn more about Porras-Kim’s work and plan your trip!

 

 

A statistic we often use to gauge the heat of the real estate market is “months of inventory.” This number shows how many months it would take to sell everything listed at the current rate of sales. Right now months of inventory across the region are around 1 month which means the market is hot! If you’d like to learn more, please give me a call or send me an email.

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Escape the Rain with Me!

Rain, rain, go away…

If April Showers bring May flowers, I guess the rainy days are worth it in the long run… in the meantime, let’s make the most of these soggy days with some excellent indoor fun happening around town!

 

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

 

Bunny Experience

Join the non-profit House Rabbit Society of Missouri on April 10th for a hands-on Easter experience to remember! Kids two and up will enjoy an Easter egg treasure hunt, bunny craft, and the opportunity to visit, pet, and take photos with real rabbits! Space is limited so ‘hop’ on over and register today

 

The 39 Steps at the Rep

Rain or shine, the show must go on! Spend an evening at the Repertory Theatre enjoying the comedic thriller, The 39 Steps, an adaptation of John Buchan’s novel that promises suspense, romance, and espionage! Featuring four actors who play 150 roles and a ‘surprise’ ending. Find tickets here!

 

 

Civil Rights & St. Louis: A Virtual Event

If you’d rather stay in than brave the rain click onto the Missouri History Museum’s website to explore their virtual Civil Rights exhibit from the comfort of your own home! The #1 in Civil Rights Virtual Event explores the history of St. Louis’s activism throughout the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Click here to explore the exhibit on demand.

 
 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Let’s Have a Shamrocking Good Time!

It’s Your Lucky Day!

The shamrocks and sunshine have everything turning green in St. Louis this week! Scroll on to find some excellent ways to enjoy these first weeks of spring in our city…

 

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

 

St. Patrick’s Day in Dogtown

Dust off the bagpipes and clean your kilts, the annual Dogtown parade and Irish Festival are back again! The Ancient Order of Hibernians Parade kicks off at 11 am but the dancing, music, and drinks will be flowing until the sun sets over the emerald isle. Click here for more information.

 

A New Kind of March Madness

St. Louis Magazine is asking for your help to narrow down your STL favorites in a March Madness bracket any St. Louisan can get on board with. Browse through all of the fan-favorite destinations and unique under-the-radar events in the running for STL MVP. Vote for your pick or take notes to plan an epic spring break staycation!

 

 

Fish Fry Season

It’s Lent in the ‘Lou and there are a plethora of options for finding your Friday night filet fix. Click here for a comprehensive list of favorite local restaurants offering delicious weekly fish dinners during lent!

 

Home inventory is still very low around the region as we head into real estate’s spring market. Let me know if you’d like to learn more about what the latest stats mean for your specific neighborhood or other areas of interest!

 
 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Find February Fun Inside!

No Winter Blues Here…

The groundhog may have given us 6 more weeks of winter, but we’re making the best of it with some awesome events and grand openings around the city! Scroll down to find some fun ways to fill out the rest of February!

 

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

 

Olympics at the Foundry

If you love the Olympics but weren’t quite athletic enough to make it to Beijing, City Foundry has your back with a two-day event that starts with an Opening Ceremony on Friday Feb 18th and continues the following day with miraculous feats of strength and skill in events like the Nerf Gun Biathlon, curling, and even an epic snowball fight. Click here to register your team!

 

PLNK to Open in Town & Country

St. Louis based fitness studio, PLNK, is opening a new Pilates studio at the Town and Country Crossing this month! During each 50-minute class you’ll combine cardio, strength, core, flexibility, and balance to help build strong lean muscles without harsh impacts on your joints. Click here to learn more about the grand opening of their newest location and to register for classes!

 

 

Black History Month Continues

In honor of Black History Month, the Missouri Historical Society is hosting a series of free in-person events at the Missouri History Museum. Learn about and celebrate Black History through educational storytelling, panel discussions, and more. Explore upcoming programs here!

 

Home inventory is historically low and homes are selling quickly across St. Louis and St. Charles. If you’re interested in seeing statistics for your specific neighborhood please give me a call!

 
 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Falling in Love with St. Louis

Spread Some Love!

The month of love is back again and these flying cupids have us going heart-eyes all over the city! Scroll down to see some things we LOVE happening in St. Louis right now!

 

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

 

Celebrate Black History @ SLCL 

February is Black History Month and the St. Louis County Library is celebrating with special in-person and virtual programs all month long! Click here to view the full list of events!

 

Love is in the Air

If boxes of chocolates, bouquets of roses, and giant plush teddy bears are a little too cliché for your special someone, consider planning a Valentine’s date night with this comprehensive and creative list of love-day events and packages across the city! 

 

4 Hens Creole Kitchen Opens 

4 Hen’s Creole Kitchen is the newest stall to join the Food Hall at City Foundry. Having just opened in late January the restaurant takes a modern twist on classic Creole flavors. Pop down for a Po’Boy, shrimp & grits, or their gumbo inspired succotash soup. Click here for more details and to browse the full menu!