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INtheKNOW JULY 2018


The Museum at the Gateway Arch (July 3) – The much anticipated re-opening of the museum under the architectural masterpiece that is the Gateway Arch happens this month. It's new, interactive aspects convey archival stories related to Native Americans and their explorations, westward expansion, and information about the ins and outs of the Arch. Stroll through the updated landscape and soak up some history for the fee of free! You can find more information at: https://www.gatewayarch.com/experience/#riverboats-at-the-gateway-arch

Fair Saint Louis (July 4, 6, 7) – A related and just as exciting event is the Fair Saint Louis' return to the Gateway Arch and Kiener Plaza. With an incredibly diverse entertainment roster, a parade, airshow, and fireworks, the fair this year has something for everyone. Schedule, lineup, and more information at: https://www.fairsaintlouis.org/fair-saint-louis-announces-2018-entertainment-lineup/

Let Them Eat Art (July 13) – The city of Maplewood will playfully honor Bastille Day for the 13th year in a row. Described as a day where "Mardi Gras meets the Christmas Tree Walk," Historic Maplewood hosts live art, live music, and award-winning vendors. For a list of things the city would like you to know before you arrive, including how to navigate parking, click this link: https://www.cityofmaplewood.com/575/Let-Them-Eat-Art

Saint Louis Art Museum: Art Hill Film Series (July 13, 20, 27 Aug 3 ) – Come to Art Hill on the listed friday nights for food trucks, fun activities, and a film. The Saint Louis Art Museum (SLAM) themes this series films under the title "Epic Quests," Including for viewing is: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Hidden Figures, Dr. No, and The NeverEnding Story. You can find what to bring, move trailers, and transportation information in one spot at: http://www.slam.org/filmseries/