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St. Louis Insider – Happy Fall Y’all!!

Happy Fall, Y’all!

Seasons are changing, favorites are returning, and new ventures are coming! Keep scrolling to see what’s happening around town now…

 

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

 

The Arch Re-Opens

Do you miss crawling into incredibly cramped circular boxes that elevate you hundreds of feet into the air? If so, worry no more! The tram ride to the top of the Arch is open once again! Reservations and masks are understandably required and time is limited. Click here to learn more!

 

Skyview Drive-In Trivia Nights

Starting tonight Skyview Drive-in will begin hosting a socially distanced weekly trivia night on most Wednesday evenings. Remain in your car or set up your team (limit 8) next to your vehicle. The cost is $10/ person and there are even cash prizes to claim for first, second, and third place winners! Learn more here.

 

Songbird to Open in October

A new pick-up based breakfast and lunch restaurant from the owners of Kounter Kulture is slated to open in Forest Park Southeast next month. Songbird will offer half a dozen items on each menu as well as pre-made take home items and a coffee bar serving St. Louis’s famous Sump Coffee. Click here for more details.

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.

 
 
 

The St. Louis Real Estate Review is a video series where RedKey’s leadership team reviews the latest market stats each week on Facebook. Get all the highlights from the last 5 months here on RedKey’s Facebook playlist!

 
 

St. Louis Insider – Fall in love with our city!

Lovin’ and Livin’ in The ‘Lou 

If you’ve lived in St. Louis long enough you know that, even in the midst of a pandemic, this city is an awesome place to live. There’s always something new to explore… scroll down to see what I mean!

 

 

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

 

Schafly’s Art Outside Fair goes Online

This year Schlafly Bottleworks will host its annual Art Outside Fair virtually. Since 2004 the Fair has aimed to raise awareness and appreciation of local art and music from our community. From Sept 4th – Sept 6th you can shop dozens of great local artists from the comfort of your home… Click here to learn more!

 

Coffeestamp Opens in Fox Park

A town can never have enough coffee shops, and there’s a new one to try in Fox Park: Coffeestamp Microroasters and Coffee Bar. The two brothers who own the shop have expanded their Soulard Farmer’s Market booth to a brick and mortar location and it is a must-try. Click here to plan your next java fix.

 

Free Tutoring for K-12

We’re only a few days in and it’s clear that this school year may be the most challenging one yet… on the bright side, the St. Louis County Library system is offering reinforcements! SLCL is giving cardholders FREE access to tutor.com, a service which offers live virtual K-12 tutoring, homework help, test prep, etc. St. Louis City and St. Charles County residents are eligible to take advantage of this service but must sign up for a St. Louis County Library card first. Click here for all the details!

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.

 
 
 

On the latest St. Louis Real Estate Review Laura & Shawn discuss how to tell if we’re in a “seller’s market.” What do you think? Watch it here!

 
 
 

Recycling Event – 2020

St. Louis Insiders – Back to school, back to routine! But first…

Return to Routine 

Back to school time is here which means many of us are returning to a “new” routine (which, admittedly, is kind of an oxymoron) making it all the more important to find some fun and schedule some you-time! Check out these awesome events and ideas for slipping some fun into those new schedules.

 

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

 

A Late Summer Night’s Stroll

This free walking tour experience in Forest Park, inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, features 14 art installations by PaintedBlack STL. Reservations are currently full but guests can explore the artwork and walking tour with an audio companion download daily starting August 12. Click here for more information.

 

Have the Pulitzer all to Yourself!

Now through August 30th you can reserve the entire Pulitzer Arts Foundation for you and up to 9 of your fellow quarantinees (Quarantiners? Quaratinites? You know what we mean). Click here to reserve one of the few remaining private viewing slots and spend up to 45 minutes leisurely ambling through the museum. 

 

10 Nearby Staycations 

If your family vacation got the good ole’ ‘COVID-cancel,’ there is still a bit of time to fit in a weekend getaway before school starts! Click here to see a great list of the best drivable destinations and fit in one last hurrah before summer ends!

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.

 
 
 

Even through the COVID-19 response the St. Louis area real estate market has remained strong this year. On the latest short episode of St. Louis Real Estate Review Klaus & Shawn of RedKey take a look at strong buyer and seller confidence. Watch it here!

 
 

St. Louis Insider – Let’s make the most of these last summer days!

St. Louis Summer Wrap-up

Whether you’re getting out or staying in, round out your summer vacation with a few of the following St. Louis staple events and activities.

 

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

 

Central West End StrEATeries

Last week some of your favorite CWE restaurants expanded their dining services onto the street in order to more safely social distance their customers. As part of the StrEATeries program (a pun that, if you ask me, deserves some kind of award) parts of Euclid will shut down at scheduled hours for the remainder of the summer to allow its small businesses to operate at a higher capacity without compromising patron safety. See the list of street closures and participating businesses here.

 

St. Lou Fringe Festival

Like many other gatherings of its kind the St. Lou Fringe Festival is planning to go virtual for its 9th season, starting August 15th. Content features a variety of original, uncensored, and independent acts taking inspiration from current events. For a schedule of events and ticket information click here.

 

The Katy Trail is 30!

The Katy Trail celebrated it’s 30th birthday this year and to commemorate the occasion STL Mag put together a comprehensive guide to the 240 mile stretch of trails. Click here to plan out your ride with expert recommendations for the best gear, routes to take, and points of interest along the way.

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 Real Estate Review is a weekly Facebook video series where the leadership team at RedKey Realty Leaders take about 1.5 minutes to discuss ultra-current market conditions in the St. Louis region. See the latest episode here and catch a new episode every Tuesday afternoon!

 
 
 

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