Pick your own black raspberries at Eckert’s Grafton Farm, dance the night away in Old Webster, celebrate World Refugee Day at City Foundry STL and much more.
Pick-Your-Own Black Raspberries at Eckert’s Grafton Farm
“Eckert’s Farm, the family farm in Grafton, Illinois, opens for the season this Thursday, June 15, with the pick-your-own experience featuring a limited-edition crop: black raspberries. Black raspberries are available at the farm from Thursday, June 15 to Sunday, June 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pick-Your-Own blackberries will follow black raspberries later this month. The Grafton location features multiple activities including the Grafton Market and a kid’s corral. The cost to pick your own black raspberries this weekend is $4.99 for a six-ounce container.”
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A Summer Night Street Dance
“Spend a summer evening in Old Webster on Saturday, June 17 from 5:30 to 10 p.m. This family-friendly event is free to the public. Grab carry-out from one of your favorite Old Webster eateries, bring a lawn chair and get set to enjoy the music. Food and drink will also be available on-site from the Parkmoor Drive-In, Perennial on Lockwood and more.”
Pets & Pops at Hello Juice Kirkwood
“Hello Juice is partnering with local animal shelter Gateway Pet Guardians for an epic summer block party and pet adoption event! This family-friendly event will offer a chance to sample Hello’s popsicles and grab a pet-friendly pop for your pup! Gateway Pet Guardians will have puppies and kittens from 10 a.m. to noon. Bring the family and your pups!” Free admission.
World Refugee Day at City Foundry STL
“The International Institute of St. Louis announces a celebration of World Refugee Day at City Foundry STL on Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The event will feature a multicultural market for shopping on Foundry Way and live entertainment. The event is one of the ways that the International Institute is supporting refugees in St. Louis ahead of the return of Festival of Nations, the largest multicultural festival in the nation, in Tower Grove Park on Saturday, Aug. 26 and Sunday, Aug. 27.” Free admission.
Hi on Pride Drag Brunch at Hi-Pointe Drive-In
“Join us for a drag show and brunch at our Hi-Pointe McCausland location. Entry fee is $35 and covers an all-you-can-eat buffet, a mimosa and an all-star performance from Haus of Nebula Queens. Additional Pride-themed specials, beer, wine and NA beverages will be available for purchase. Please show your ticket at the door for entry.” From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
4 Hands Brewing Co. Summer Fest
“Unlike any beer festival you’ve seen, Summer Fest will feature curated experiences centered around delicious beers, refreshing hard seltzers, ready-to-drink 1220 Spirits canned cocktails and boozy slushies. In addition to 4 Hands and 1220 selections, your ticket will grant you access to beers from some of our favorite breweries from mid-Missouri, Kansas City and St. Louis as well as all breweries that will be featured in the Voltron series of beers. And because we know you’ll work up an appetite enjoying this bevy of beverages, we’ve partnered with Sugar Fire Smoke House, De’Lish Emporium, Ices Plain & Fancy and other local food vendors to prepare tasty snacks available for purchase to keep you going!” Tickets range from $20 to $70. From noon to 4 p.m.
“Say ‘aloha’ to the most fun way to celebrate your dad this Father’s Day. Join us in the Cider Shed for the ultimate Father’s Day celebration with live music, Father’s Day Hula Dance Off at 2:30 p.m. with awesome prizes, a pig roast, yard games and special drinks. Fun for the entire family and Dad is sure to love all the festivities.” Adult meal ticket $20, child meal ticket $10.