This event in Chesterfield includes free live music from the Maple Jam Band from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Overall admission also is free. For more information, visit StLouisCoParks.com or call 314.615.4386. No coolers allowed.
In the leisure pool, kids 5 years old and younger can splash and play with peers. Children 6 to 11 years are welcome when they're accompanied by an adult and child age 1 to 5. Themes for the month are: June 7: Pool Safety Day; June 14: Super Soaker Battle Royale; June 21: Pirate/Treasure Day; June 28: Music Day.
This event is for those 6 to 12 years old. Youths will compete in a swim, bike and run competition. The top three female and male overall competitors in each age group (6–8 and 9–12) will receive awards. Participation medals also will be awarded. Chesterfield resident cost: $17; non-resident: $20. Register at Chesterfield.Mo.US/Youth-Triathlon.html.
This TRY-atholon is for kids who are 3 to 5 years old. They can compete in a bike, run and swim competition. The swimming portion will end on the mini slides at the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center. Chesterfield resident cost: $12; non-resident: $15. Register: Chesterfield.MO.Us/Try-Athlon.html.
This free concert is an up-tempo, rock-oriented tribute to the legendary Neil Diamond's classic hits, through a hard-driving, 10-person ensemble that works to recreate the energy of Neil's live arena performances. This event is part of Chesterfield's Sounds of Summer series.
A panel of experts will offer ways that stress can affect lives and ways to reduce it. This panel will be moderated by Ted Gottlieb, a certified senior adviser and a certified senior house professional. Register by emailing email@example.com.
Explore true beer appreciation during a two-hour food and beer pairing dinner hosted by chef Dan Taveggia and a St. Louis Biergarten brewing ambassador at 1200 Lynch St. Participants journey through different brands of beer with completely different taste profiles accompanied by a specially made three- or four-course meal.
Hosted by Show-Me Corvair Club, this event will be hosted at 2933 Barrett Station Road, St. Louis. Museum of Transportation hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All dads and father figures will receive free entry with a paid child admission to the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center.
Leave from Chesterfield City Hall by shuttle buses and tour Mari de Villa Senior Living, 13900 Clayton Road, Town & Country. Reservations are required by calling 636.812.9500 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free for all ages: Experience the unique atmosphere, sights and sounds of watching a movie outdoors on a giant inflatable screen. There's a combination of fixed and lawn seating; bring blankets for sitting in grass areas. You can bring your own refreshments (no glass allowed), and the concession stand will be open. This is a tobacco-free facility.
Children ages 6 to 12 years can celebrate the first day of summer with a treasure hunt that's free with full-price pool admission. Follow treasure maps to find thrilling challenges and treasure all around the Aquatic Center. Once you have found all your treasure, stay and relax at the Aquatic Center until 7 p.m.
This free ski show is open to the public! May bring your own chair and cooler. Alcohol allowed. Food trucks will be on-site. Parking is limited. Located at the Ski Club practice site just west of Technology Boulevard and Civic Center Drive. Visible from Highway 40/61. Additional dates: July 19, July 26 and Aug. 16.
Celebrate under the stars at the Saint Louis Zoo—rain or shine—with scrumptious fare and spirits from 60-plus restaurants, serenaded by live bands. Proceeds help the Zoo save endangered species. The Zoo will close to the public at noon on June 21. Zoo members: $200 per person, general admission; non-members: $250 per person, general admission.
As part of the Sounds of Summer Chesterfield series, this concert is free. Formed in 2006, Rattle & Hum comprises some of Kansas City’s most talented musicians: Mike Jackson’s soaring vocals true to Bono’s, Anthony Trevino’s meticulous attention to detail in replicating The Edge’s guitar, Gary Bertoncin’s backbeat on drums and Pat Ross’ thundering bass.
The No. 3 reason people see doctors is for dizziness and imbalance. Join a vestibular physical therapist to learn about your body’s balance systems while discussing strategies to decrease your fall risk and improve your balance. This interactive presentation will provide insight into creating confidence in your balance to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Registration required: 314.862.4859 ext. 24.
Divers will wear scuba gear and learn basic scuba skills as they explore the 12-foot depth of the Chesterfield Competition Pool. This program is offered in correlation with Y-Kiki Divers. Participants must be at least 10 years old. Cost for Chesterfield residents is $45; non-resident: $54. Register at Chesterfield.Mo.US/Discover-Scuba.html.
American rock band Three Dog Night formed in 1967 and registered 21 Billboard Top 40 hits between 1969 and 1975. One of their most well-known songs is "Joy to the World." Tickets cost $35 to $95, available at TicketMaster.com. Concert starts at 7 p.m.