Tuesday April 22, 2014
Browsing through a bookstore is a good way to relax, but few bookstores compare to what you can find at the Greater St. Louis Book Fair. A huge selection of books, DVDs and CDs will fill the lower level parking garage at the West County Center this weekend. For collectors, there are also tables of rare books, first editions and autographs. Admission is free except for Thursday night when there's a $10 cover to get in. Most of the books cost less than $5, and the final day of the sale on Sunday is half-price day. Money raised from the book fair goes to a variety of St. Louis charities.
Greater St. Louis Book Fair
April 24-27, 2014
West County Center
Macy's Parking Garage Lower Level
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Sunday April 20, 2014
The Missouri History Museum is once again hosting a free concert series this spring. The Twilight Tuesday concerts return April 22, 2014. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to the north lawn of the museum each Tuesday night for the outdoor concert series featuring some of the area's most popular musicians. Picnic baskets are welcome, or you can buy food and drinks when you arrive. Each concert starts at 6 p.m., and lasts for about two hours. See the complete schedule of performers and other detailed information about Twilight Tuesdays.
Sunday April 20, 2014
Your chance to help Saint Louis Effort for AIDS is April 24, 2014. That's the date for this year's Dining Out for Life in St. Louis. More than 100 local restaurants will donate at least 25 percent of their sales to the AIDS charity. Some of the area's most popular eateries are taking part, including Bailey's Chocolate Bar, Sidney Street Cafe, Favazza's on the Hill and Modesto. From inexpensive coffee shops to some of St. Louis' finest restaurants, there's a place to fit everyone's tastes and budget. You can find the complete list of participating restauants online.
Saturday April 19, 2014
St. Louis celebrates Earth Day every year with a big festival in Forest Park. This year's celebration is on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Popular attractions like the Zoo and Botanical Garden also host their own Earth Day celebrations. For more details on all of these events, check out Earth Day Celebrations in the St. Louis Area.
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