Sports fans know to plan their weekend around St. Louis Blues in St. Louis.
If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This club also has a fabulous restaurant.
Having trouble finding that family-friendly activity everyone will love? This club is made for all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So as you can see, St. Louis Blues is the place to be this weekend.
When the St. Louis Blues joined the NHL as an expansion team in 1967, they faced none of the usual woes that befall new franchises. In fact, they reached the Stanley Cup Finals in each of their first three campaigns. It was the first glimpse at a tradition of consistency that would remain in the coming decades. From 1980 to 2004, the Blues made 25 consecutive post-season appearances, playing an inordinate amount of late-spring games without the ice melting even once.
There's really no better place to spend the weekend with your family than at Heman Park Centennial Commons in Saint Louis.
These kickboxing classes incorporate a combination of self-defense fundamentals and cardio, providing you with a challenging full-body workout.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The River City Rascals is an independent professional baseball organization in O’Fallon, MO, dedicated to fostering a family-friendly atmosphere that won’t break the bank. Games are livened up by such promotional nights as Harry Potter Night, Princess Night, Back 2 School Night, and Wine and Women/Diamond Dig Night. Parents and kids alike love the fun food options, like nachos served in a dog bowl. Promo nights and food aren’t the only things that get the crowd going at the ballpark; the Rascals are also coming off of back to back Frontier League Championship appearances.
A creature with roots in Native American lore, the Piasa bird has survived antiquity in large part due to etchings found on limestone bluffs throughout Illinois. Under the banner of the mythical predator— most depictions lend it reptilian claws, fish-like scales, and mammalian fangs—the Illinois Piasa charge onto the field against Professional Arena Soccer League foes, stopping just short of actually eating their opponents. Founded in 1998, the PASL consists of 19 indoor-soccer squads throughout the United States; upon their league debut in the 2010–11 season, the Piasa won the Pro Frontier Division with a 9–3 record.
In 2009, while refereeing women’s flat-track derby bouts, the founding fathers of the St. Louis GateKeepers realized they wanted a taste of the speed, adrenaline, and action found in competitive roller derby. The pair gathered a crew of like-minded skaters and, in November of that year, the GateKeepers held its first league practice. By the end of their 2012 season, the league had expanded to feature three teams, plus a travel team that defends St. Louis from out-of-town opponents hoping to claim the Arch as a trophy. Despite its expansion, the GateKeepers stands by its original mission to provide a league for the players, by the players, and welcomes men from all walks of life to try on the sport's sweat-soaked jerseys and multicolored bruises.