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Celebrate Wildwood brings family friendly fun to city’s Town Center, Main Street

Experience the best of Wildwood with an action-packed, two-day street festival – the Celebrate Wildwood event returns to Wildwood Town Center on Friday, Aug. 25 and Saturday, Aug. 26. Join the jubilee all along Main Street in front of the B&B Theatre, as well as in the large field at Main Street and Taylor Road, for returning favorites such as the art festival, live entertainment, children’s activities, a wine and beer garden, and more. The festival takes place from 5-10 p.m. on Friday and 8:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. on Saturday, including a special opening ceremony at 11 a.m. “With all the ...

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Inclement weather doesn’t stop the fun at the Tons of Trucks event

It was tons of fun at the Tons of Trucks event held in Manchester on Thursday, July 13. The free community event attracted dozens of area little ones, accompanied by their families. Even a torrential downpour at Schroeder Park at the onset, which threatened to cancel the event altogether, did little to dampen the enthusiasm of attendees. The cacophony of sirens, horns and lights overruled, and despite soaked kids and parents alike, it was a huge success. The event was the first of its kind for the city of Manchester, although similar events have been held by neighboring communities and ...

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Wildwood Balloon Glow once again lights up the sky

The 2017 annual Wildwood Balloon Glow is bigger and better than ever with not one or two, but five hot air balloons lighting up the night sky. Presented by the Wildwood Business Association, the event takes place from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, July 22.

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Family-friendly fun at Creve Coeur Days 2017

Creve Coeur Days will be held again from June 22-25 on the campus of De Smet Jesuit High. This family-friendly festival and charity event celebrates its 51st year with a carnival midway, parade, live entertainment, concessions and more.

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Under the big top with the Flying Wallendas

Think you stand on your head to please the people at work? Perhaps not, unless you’re Circus Flora castmember Tino Wallenda. Tino has been standing on his head in the middle of a high wire 35 feet in the air for nearly 50 years.

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