Welcome to November where, to paraphrase Sarah Addison Allen, St. Louis is beginning to look like it is covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.
Yes, St. Louis has baked a very special month of delicious activities for us to devour. I hope that you’ll join me in savoring this splendid month in St. Louis!
All the best. -Nate
I would love to join you, however, Cardina and I will be celebrating our 15th wedding Anniversary, off sailing the seas for a few days!
If you’re looking for a little more art on Saturday, you can head over to Kirkwood for their Artist’s Boutique which will feature over 50 artists and a variety of mediums.
Among so many other things, St. Louis has an amazing craft beer scene. The BrewHop STL craft beer tour gives you a chance to learn more about it while you spend the afternoon or evening on the bus learning about, and drinking some great beer while you visit unique microbreweries.
Those who are touched by Cystic Fibrosis got a big win last week with the announcement of a new approved treatment! My friends are continuing to search for a cure as they host their annual Charlie’s Angel’s Trivia Night on Saturday.
Starting on Monday the 4th, the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival fills up a generous couple weeks of literary excitement through shared stories by outstanding authors.
Crazy Bowls and Wraps in Creve Coeur invites you to stop by from 11am-8pm on Wednesday the 6th for special offers and prizes to commemorate their 25th Anniversary! The first 25 attendees will receive a swag bag. Now you know what’s for lunch!
The Monocle Emerald Room spices up the weekend from the 7th through 9th with Incubating Now: A Benefit Cabaret, Trans Spectrum Conference, and Boom Boom Burlesque, plus an extensive, jazzy cocktail menu for every taste.
Stargazing with friends and family on a crisp autumn evening might be the perfect outing on Saturday the 9th. The Green Center Fall Fire Festival promises a pleasant time under the night sky, as well as fire performers, food trucks, and kids’ activities. We love fall!
For all you dance enthusiasts, it’s definitely awesome that two days – not just one – are devoted to the Inaugural Big Muddy Dance Fest — Saturday and Sunday, the 9th and 10th. Event highlights include classes, workshops, vendors, and more — fun for sure.
On Sunday, the 17th, Black Violin will be performing at the Touhill Performing Arts Center. This dynamic group is led by classically trained string players along with a drummer and DJ. The band uses their unique blend of classical and hip-hop music to overcome stereotypes while encouraging people of all ages, races, and economic backgrounds to join together to break down cultural barriers.
Join the fine folks at Consuming Kinetics Dance Company for their second ever Trivia Night! The theme (you guessed it) dance, in celebration of their 10th Season as a company! In addition to some great trivia, you’ll enjoy a performance by CKDC’s Junior Company, a Silent Auction, Raffle Drawings and First Place Prize to the winning table! The festivities are all at .Zack
. There will also be an optional Dance Off where only one individual will be crowned the Night’s Champion!
While you’re getting into the holiday spirit, you should head over to the Missouri Botanical Garden and celebrate the season with over one million dazzling lights at the annual Garden Glow! Enjoy fun new experiences and traditional favorites! You’ll find s’mores, festive drinks, and great photo opportunities that will delight crowds of all ages!
On Thanksgiving Day the 28th, the morning hours set the tone for a special day when family and friends feast and fraternize. You’ll feel no guilt about filling up on all the fixings (and getting warm and settled!) after taking part in the Olivette Turkey Trot 2019 (the purchase of a beanie enters you in a raffle).
Listen in rapt awe as the ethereal voices of the Vienna Boys Choir fill the majestic space of the Cathedral Basilica on the 29th. This annual concert is a treat to start the holiday season.
Yes, we have another great month ahead of us. I look forward to seeing you out and about enjoying our wonderful St. Louis!
All the best. -Nate
Here is the latest Housing Report which shows that the median sales price of residential single-family homes in St. Louis City and County has remained steady, down about 1% from last year to $195,000 in April. However, year to date values are up 3%, and pending sales are up 9.6%. If you have any questions about how this affects you, just let me know. I’d be happy to provide some more insight.
Let me know if there is anything that I can do for you. -Nate
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