St. Louis Area Festivals

St. Louis Area Festivals

I love the fall season for festivals around the St. Louis area. Usually the weather is much nicer so it is nice to stroll around the event and enjoy the day. Here are some of festivals happening soon in and around St. Louis, Missouri. I’ve included links to the event sites so you can can detailed information and schedules. St. Nicholas Greek Festival September 1-4 St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, … Continue Reading →
Bravo Cucina Italiana Limited Time Menu Review 25 Year Anniversary

Bravo Cucina Italiana Limited Time Menu Review 25 Year Anniversary

Bravo! Cucina Italiano restaurant is celebrating their 25th year with a special anniversary menu. They invited Hubby and I to come in and sample this special menu today. Thank you for the invitation to try out these limited edition items. I always love walking into Bravo! because the atmosphere is just so nice. This makes it perfect for dining any time or for special occasions. The location I go to is … Continue Reading →
Things To Do and Resources in Missouri

Things To Do and Resources in Missouri

Instead of just St. Louis area things to do this week, I thought I would give you all some resources for all across the wonderful state of Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation Magazines This is an amazing FREE resource for those of you in Missouri. I grew up with my dad getting the Missouri Conservationist Magazine and once I moved out on my own it was one of the first … Continue Reading →
Things To Do in St. Louis, Missouri Area This Week

Things To Do in St. Louis, Missouri Area This Week

For those of my readers in the St. Louis, Missouri area, here are a few happenings coming up this week that you might like! Dinner with the Doctor: The Thyroid Breakthrough June 20 – free! If you are like me and have a thyroid issue, this might be an interesting event to attend in Richmond Heights. Details/Free tickets Route 66 Coloring Night June 20 – free! At the Missouri History … Continue Reading →
Things to Do in the St. Louis area

Things to Do in the St. Louis area

Grant’s Farm Halloween Fun at Grant’s Farm for the Halloween season each weekend. The event is free, but you do have to pay to park. Bring a flashlight too if you visit. Boo at the Zoo Fun at the St. Louis Zoo for Halloween but in a non-scary way. Ticket prices range from free to $7. Global Hack VI GlobalHack VI will bring together developers, designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs from … Continue Reading →
Upcoming St. Louis Activities

Upcoming St. Louis Activities

It’s been too long since I’ve put together a list of things to do in the St. Louis area. Sorry about that for my local readers. Here are some great events I found, of all types, that are coming up in the next month or so. St. Louis WordPress Meetup Are you in the area and use WordPress? The St. Louis WordPress Meetup group is very active. The next get … Continue Reading →
Brio Tuscan Grille Restaurant Review

Brio Tuscan Grille Restaurant Review

I was recently invited to try out the new menu at Brio Tuscan Grille (disclosure – I received a complimentary dinner for two in order to review the restaurant). They have multiple locations across the country, but I visited the Brio Tuscan Grille at Plaza Frontenac in St. Louis, Missouri. The restaurant describes itself as polished casual – a new term for me. It is a nicer restaurant but still … Continue Reading →
Weber Grill Restaurant and Academy Cooking Class – It Rocked!

Weber Grill Restaurant and Academy Cooking Class – It Rocked!

Last week Hubby and I were invited to attend a class at the new Weber Grill Restaurant and Academy that just opened here in St. Louis. The class we attending was Charcoal and Gas Grilling 101 and it rocked! If you are a regular reader of my blog you know that we grill quite often in the Wright household, but even so Hubby and I both learned quite a bit … Continue Reading →
Easter Egg Hunts in St. Louis

Easter Egg Hunts in St. Louis

If you are looking for some fun try one of these Easter egg hunts in St. Louis and surrounding areas. We always have a big Easter egg hunt for my family – we fill the plastic eggs with money! We used to do this at my grandparent’s farm house in the country and it is sad that we will not be able to do that any longer, but the egg … Continue Reading →