October 8, 2010

Everybody’s Working for the Weekend of Great Fun In St. Louis

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These guys are pumped for a great weekend in St. Louis! (credit: Getty Images)

Everybody’s working for the weekend, right? You don’t need a second chance to check out some of the great things happening around St. Louis this weekend!

Everybody’s wondering, will you come out tonight to Oktoberfest in Soulard’s Lyon Park near the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. The Fest has a shuttle running from the Civic Center MetroLink and MetroBus Transit Center to Oktoberfest and back. #30 Soulard will be rerouted.

Everybody’s trying to get it right, get it right in the goal at the 2010 Collegiate Ice Breaker Tournament at Scottrade Center. Four elite teams face off in St. Louis for a weekend of intense competition.  At the Civic Center MetroLink and MetroBus Transit Center (various MetroBus reroutes).

Everybody wants you to come through the finish line at the Amazing Challenge sponsored by the Saint Louis Science Center’s Science OFF Center. Race starts at 9am, and takes you racing through St. Louis as you solve puzzles. Take the #59 or #95 Kingshighway to the Science Center.

You wanna piece of my heart, then you should go down to The Big Read Festival on Central Avenue in Clayton. Workshops, author readings, cooking demonstrations, kids activities, and of course, all the books your heart could desire. Near the Clayton and Forsyth MetroLink Stations.

You better start from start if you plan to Pedal the Cause, a 25- and 60-mile race to raise money for cancer research in St. Louis! Race starts at 8am at Soldier’s Memorial in downtown St. Louis. Kick-off festivities start Friday night #99 Downtown Trolley, #32 M.L. King-Chouteau reroutes.

Come on baby let’s go to Open Streets Makes a Loop from 8am – 1pm Saturday from the Arch Grounds to Citygarden up to Old North St. Louis. Roads are closed to auto traffic, so you can bike, run and explore, with lots of great activities along the way!  Open Streets MetroBus reroutes.

Everybody’s watching, to see what you will do when there’s so much going on.  That’s why everybody’s working for the weekend in St. Louis!  Visit www.metrostlouis.org to plan your trips.

1 thought on “Everybody’s Working for the Weekend of Great Fun In St. Louis”

  1. Patrick Richmond says:

    I’m pumped up for a great weekend and I am older than the four guys in the picture. I am sure many of my 87-year-old friends are as well.

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