Families can enjoy make-and-take crafts outside from 5:30-7:30 p.m., and the History Clubhouse will remain open until 7:30 p.m.. There’s plenty for kids to do, and the family dog is also welcome!
Some of the city’s best bands will light up the stage as the sun sets on Forest Park, featuring a variety of musical genres.
Twilight Tuesdays schedule of entertainment:
Aug. 29: Brazilian Night with Samba Bom
Sept. 5: A Tribute to Chuck Berry featuring Billy Peek
Sept. 12: Jazz Explosion featuring Anita Jackson and Eric Slaughter
Sept. 19: The Lionel Richie Experience featuring David Graham
Sept. 26: Farshid Etniko (Latin flavor with a Persian touch)
Oct. 3: A Tribute to New Edition by Project X
Please note that tents, glass bottles and large umbrellas are prohibited.
For more information about inclement weather and a complete list of allowed and prohibited items, visit the Museum’s website.
History happens at Missouri History Museum. Learn about special exhibits, events and other activities at the museum.
To people of all ages and backgrounds, the Missouri History Museum is a leading cultural institution and community resource that offers exhibitions, programming and collections to explore the history of the region in order to better understand the world we live in and build a stronger community for the future.
The Jefferson Memorial Building section of the Missouri History Museum was originally built as the first national monument to Thomas Jefferson, preceding the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. by more than 25 years. The museum now features special exhibits and St. Louis history galleries with interactive stations for children throughout.
In the Sproutlight is a sponsored opportunity. For more information on sponsorship, email [email protected] or call 636-828-4246.
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