Six Things to Do This Weekend for $15 or Less
July 24, 2015 - garden totes
Cher and Dionne float again.
July is circuitous down, though summer isn’t over yet. This is a weekend to remember a films, philanthropists and summer stay fantasies of a youth. See we all on a ice.
1. Celebrate 20 Years of Being Clueless
The Saint Louis Art Museum’s collect for a Art Hill Film Series this week is Clueless, that infirm story of Beverly Hills blonde teen Cher Horowitz’s desirous debate to improved a lives of a “less fortunate.” Whether it’s a new classmate, dual waste and lovelorn teachers or whirly victims (who indeed don’t need some-more bongs, though thanks?), Cher is there to offer discernment and conform advice. It’s a perpetually campy though infrequently applicable ’90s crack we will sincerely watch again and again. The Saint Louis Art Museum partners with Artscope, before SCOSaG, to capacitate moviegoers to get their conform on with a string receptacle bag emblem project. Food trucks do a sprightly business starting during 6 p.m., and beverages are sole nearby a Louis IX statue during a tip of a hill. The film starts during 9 p.m., as if we would skip an event to see Clueless on a large shade one some-more time. Admission is free. Call 314-721-0072 or revisit www.slam.org for some-more information. — Nicole Beckert
2. Party on Henry Shaw’s Birthday
The male and fable who gave St. Louis a Missouri Botanical Garden, Henry Shaw, would have been 214 years aged today. Shaw hailed from Sheffield, England, and sought to heighten a adults of St. Louis with a resources of botanical and horticultural knowledge, and so he left us his estate as a open garden. Today acknowledgment is giveaway in his respect during a Missouri Botanical Garden (4344 Shaw Boulevard; 314-577-5100 or www.mobot.org), so we can all suffer a lush, rural view. You can also pointer Shaw’s hulk birthday card, debate a Henry Shaw Museum and suffer stilt walkers, conformation artists and puppet shows via a day. Thanks, Henry! — Nicole Beckert
3. Relive Your Summer Camp Fantasies
You’re too aged for summer camp, though that doesn’t meant we can’t suffer a summer stay gifted in each ’80s film about a garland of misfit campers. The Randy Dandies yield all a unwashed jokes and topless scenes we could wish in Camp Lik-A-Twa-Ta-Lotta: A Choose Your Own Burlesque Adventure. Lucky Deluxe provides a common campfire stories, and Chicago’s Sally Marvel brings a fireworks with her angle- harsh act, during that she relates an angle millstone to a steel insurance on her dress in sequence to furnish a furious comet-tail of sparks. The uncover starts during 9 p.m. tonight during a Ready Room (4195 Manchester Avenue; www.thereadyroom.com). Tickets are $15 to $20, though move income to buy a central Camp Lik-A-Twa-Ta-Lotta T-shirt, combined by STL-Style.— Paul Friswold