Oct 03 Tuesday
$53 Rounds1 Pack Per Win
This event runs from Feb 11, 2023 to Dec 30, 2023 and happens every:Saturdays: 9:30am - 1:00pm
In the months of September, October, and November, we offer a two-hour walking tour of the cemetery and arboretum as the foliage transitions through the rich colors of Autumn. This tour will be led by one of the cemetery’s Master Guides who will convey highlights of the cemetery grounds, horticulture and a variety of intriguing historic figures who call Bellefontaine their last address.
Space is limited and reservations are required.
Tours will cover about 2 miles across moderate terrain. Please wear appropriate fall walking attire. Room is limited and reservations are required. Please arrive between 15 to 20 minutes before tour time for a prompt departure.
Oct 04 Wednesday
The adventure begins with a drive to the William Clark Plot. Walking to the ideal way to observe the cemetery. It is easy to view monuments and take in the scenic view. After checking out William Clark’s family plot, we will visit the graves of three Civil War participants and an African American doctor who changed health care in St. Louis. Down the road, there are two suffragists. Across the street is the Hempstead family plot which is the oldest in the cemetery. Hidden under some trees, we’ll discover a statue of a seven year old bot looking dapper in his knickers and well as an iron cross revealing the last name of Chouteau. By telling their stories and visiting their graves, I hope to keep their memories alive.
♦ Space is limited and reservations are required♦ Walking terrain is mild with a mixture of hard and soft surfaces♦ Please wear appropriate outdoor walking attire♦ We ask that everyone arrive 15 to 20 minutes before tour time for a prompt departure♦ This is a rain-or-shine event except in the case of extreme lightning
Steamboaters and Bellefontaine CemeteryWhether we are talking pilots, captains, or owners, the waterways and the ships that traversed them helped define St. Louis and the region. At first, it was every man—or boat—for himself, but soon set timetables and routes were established. This led to competition among private owners and groups, leaving casualties in the wake of organization. Then there is the river: at once a superhighway and a vexed spirt. Accidents and mishaps on the Mississippi mean a short life for most ships and many who guide them.
Watch from the comfort of your home or wherever you may be! Sign up now for this free video presentation on Wednesday, October 4th at 7:00 p.m.
$5 Entry3 RoundsPack Per Win
This event runs from Feb 8, 2023 to Dec 27, 2023 and happens every:Wednesdays: 6:15pm - 9:00pm
Oct 05 Thursday
Join Circus Harmony for a family-friendly Happy Hour where they will hoop it up with live circus performers, hula hooping workshops, pizzas, Shirley Temples, margaritas on tap, beer and wine!
Proceeds benefit the Circus Harmony Flying Children Scholarship Fund.
Tickets include pizzas and non-alcoholic drinks for all, plus Adults receive 2 drink tickets redeemable at the patio bar.
Adults - $20Kids - $5
Oct 06 Friday