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St. Louis Insiders – Plan yourself an Egg-cellent April!

Let’s have a St. Louis Spring Fling…

The Easter bunny, spring break, and gardening season are upon us! Keep scrolling to learn about a few ways to celebrate all of the fun things we have to look forward to this month!

 

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

 

Spring Break at Union Station

Who says you have to travel to the beach to have a great Spring break? Union station has you covered with a bundle of fun Spring break attractions featuring ‘Sting break’ at the St. Louis Aquarium, daily Fire and Light shows on the lake, and rides in the wheel just to name a few! Click here to learn more and buy tickets!

 

Order in for Easter

If your Easter dinner guest list doesn’t justify a whole ham (or a full day in the kitchen) there are several great restaurants around our city offering awesome dine-in and takeout options for your pared-down celebration. Click here to browse offerings and order deadlines. 

 

18th Annual Herb Sale at MoBot

This year the St. Louis Herb Society is hosting an online-only version of its annual herb sale, as supported by the Horticulture Division of the Missouri Botanical Garden and features contactless curbside and drive-up customer pickup. Public sale will run April 9–16 while supplies last! Click here to learn more!

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 – ‘March-ing’ into Spring like…

Booming and Blooming!

Spring is still a few weeks away, but you wouldn’t know it with all these fresh and fun events budding up around our city…  

 

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

 

2021 Architect and Designer Awards

Last week Design STL hosted a virtual version of its annual Architect and Designer Award celebration, which just happens to be the only local design competition juried by an esteemed panel of national and international judges. Click here to watch the entire virtual ceremony and to scroll through the winning projects!

 

Art in Bloom at SLAM

The St. Louis Art Museum’s wildly popular Art in Bloom exhibit is returning from March 3rd through the 31st. The event, which asks designers to reimagine the museum’s works of art using floral design, will be presented virtually this year for the safety of the public. Click here to learn how you can enjoy this year’s presentation from the comfort of your own home.

 

BEAST Butcher & Block Pivots

BEAST Butcher & Block, located in the Grove, is pressing pause on their BBQ menu (due to the seasonal nature of the beloved cuisine) and adding new temporary offerings that will have your salivary glands working overtime. The menu features several new sandwiches and a mouth-watering burger and is available from 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Click here to learn more. 

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 – Freezing Temps Have Nothing on Us!

Frigid but fun!

Whether you love it or hate it, St. Louis has turned into an icy, snowy, winter wonderland. If you’re suffering from the below-zero-blues (or living your best chilly-temp-life) I’ve got some suggestions to warm you up and keep you entertained… Keep scrollin’…

 

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

 

Fresh Warm Cookies, on Demand

CookieBot is a vending machine that will grant you a warm, fresh, right out-of-the-oven-tasting cookie at all hours of the day and night proving once and for all that dreams really do come true. Alibi Cookies opened their first location on Tamm Avenue last summer and shortly thereafter made the cookie vending machine a permanent fixture outside, offering you the safe and socially distanced cookie hookup. Click here to learn more!

 

The Future is Present: Art and Global Change

On view now through May 9th Laumeier Sculpture Park is bringing you an engaging exhibition of 10 artists which examines our tech-obsession and its impact on our global climate. The park, whose mission is to analyze the connection between art and nature, houses two of the shows pieces outdoors (for you winter warriors) while the remainder can be found in the (warm and inviting) Aronson building. Free to the public! Click here to learn more! 

 

SLSO Digital Concerts

Classical music buffs rejoice: for the first time in its 141-year history the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra will offer full concert performances digitally to be enjoyed from the comfort, warmth, and safety of your own home. You can stream the first performance, titled Metamorphosen, for free through Feb 27th by clicking here. Subsequent concerts will be made available every two weeks for a cost of just $15 each.

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 are way up around the St. Louis region and now is an incredible time to sell. Is now also the right time for you to buy? I’d love to help you find out about either or both of these things so please give me a call!

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – Sending a Little Love Your Way…

Love is in the Air…

Cupid’s arrows are flying all around our city and this week’s newsletter has something for everyone to love! Scroll down to see what I mean…

 

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

 

Unlucky in Love? Roach ’em.

Do you have a love-scorned pal who could use a reason to smile? This Valentine’s Day the Butterfly House has the perfect lover’s revenge with it’s hilarious and creative Cameo offer. A $25 donation benefiting the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House will return to you an official video dedication naming one of their creepy crawly cockroaches after the not-so-special-someone of your choosing. Get the full scoop here.

 

Big Game and BBQ Fest

If you’re looking for a safe and socially distanced way to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday, look no further. 9 Mile Garden will host an outdoor, BBQ-fueled, big-screen viewing party for the football fan in you. Admission is free. Click here to visit the event page and learn more. 

 

2021 Reading List 

Are you a self-proclaimed bookworm who has exhausted their reading list in these wintery pandemic months? Good news! STL Mag has compiled a list of favorite reads recommended by some truly excellent local authors and booksellers. Click here to see the full list of literary must-haves.

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 made a big jump at the end of last year over December 2019 with St. Louis County up an eye-popping 20% and an average increase of 13% across the region. Is now the right time for you to buy or sell? I’d love to help you find out! Give me a call.

 
 

St. Louis Insiders – We’re always finding fresh new ways to enjoy our city!

Fresh Offerings…

We truly live in an awesome city. Even in a pandemic, there’s always something new to experience, someone new to meet, or (my personal favorite) something delicious to eat… scroll down to see what I mean!

 

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

 

Best STL Soups & Sandwiches

We are currently in the thick of ‘soup and sandwich weather’ in St. Louis and if you’re looking for a finer culinary experience than Oscar Mayer and Campbell’s can offer feast your eyes on this delicious list of local eateries and their most famous signature soup and sammie pairings.

 

Home Workouts in the New Year

If one of your goals for the New Year is getting fit and active but the gym still doesn’t seem like a great option, you’re not alone. Click here to read what local fitness experts say about maximizing your home workout, what types of equipment you should have, and the best pearls of wisdom for staying motivated!

 

Keith Haring: Radiant Gambit

The World Chess Hall of Fame is currently showing a massive Keith Haring exhibit which includes more than 130 works spread across two floors and a never-before-seen private collection of Haring works. Click here to learn more and plan your visit.

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.

 
 

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