Let’s Go Outside! 

As you may already know, St. Louis has a very short window of time between ‘too cold’ and ‘too hot…’ and ladies and gentlemen: the eagle has landed! 

Scroll down to make the most of this magical weather window with a carefully curated list of outdoor events to pepper into the next few (mostly mosquito-free and pleasantly warm) weeks! 


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


Outdoor Summer Movie Nights 

9 Mile Garden is putting a pandemic twist on the classic dinner-and-a-movie. Each Saturday evening through October the outdoor food truck garden will pair their dinner service with a date-night-worthy (and awesomely family friendly) flick on their big outdoor screen! Click here for the full list of movies and all the details! 


Outdoor Exhibition at the Pulitzer

On view now through October at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is a new outdoor exhibit by New York born artist, Chloë Bass. The exhibition, entitled Wayfinding, is made up of a collection of more than 30 reflective signs at different scales which are placed throughout the Pulitzer’s outdoor spaces. The works are intended to explore a range of human emotions and the reflective nature of the signage and thought-provoking texts ensure that no two visitors (or even the same visitor twice) will have the same experience. Click here to learn more and plan your trip!


Emerson Dinosaurs at the STL Zoo

The St. Louis Zoo is going back in time with its animal offerings and budding paleontologists are sure to be elated. Engaging for all ages, this temporary exhibit, which will run through October, features 16 different groupings of animatronic and stationary dinosaurs who will spit, graze, stare, and roar at prehistoric passersby. Click here to learn about ticket and pricing for this special exhibit!

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.