Memorial Day Weekend Fun

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial beginning of summer in our area. To help you plan the fun, we have prepared a list of activities to help you kick off the season:

Eckert’s Memorial Day Festival

Enjoy outdoor festival foods and live entertainment at this old-fashioned all-American festival. Kid’s activities include pony rides, children’s play area, petting farm, carnival rides, and inflatable.


Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery is an impressive sight any day of the year, but even more so on Memorial Day. Each year, local boy scouts place small flags at each of the nearly 190,000 headstones on the cemetery grounds. There is also a special service at 10 a.m., in the cemetery chapel honoring all those who have served.



Food Trucks at Grants Farm

Each Friday starting May 25th, Grants Farm hosts food trucks and adds extended hours.

Property hours will be extended to 9pm on these nights.

They also have live music and some of their premium experiences will extend into the evening.


Schlafly Art Outside Festival Schlafly’s Art Outside Festival hosted at the Bottleworks location in Maplewood, aims to raise awareness and appreciation of art and music created in our very own community. They feature artists you’ve never heard of and deliver a family-friendly experience you won’t find anywhere else.


The 14th Annual Missouri River Irish Festival is the largest free Irish festival in the midwest and is held in Frontier Park in St Charles



The 30th Annual Cobblestone Nationals will take place on Memorial Day Monday, May 28, 2017. Located at Fast Lane Classic Cars, the show will run from 9:00 to 5:00. Spectators are encouraged to stop by



Whether you’re of Greek descent or just love ethnic cuisine, the St Louis County Greek Fest is a lively environment destination in which you can experience the Greek community’s deeply rooted traditions and heritage.