Featured Event Sept. 23 = South Side Sale
Outdoor Flea Market.
It's an outdoor market but our niche is it's COVERED. So if it rains you can
stay dry while shopping. We have fresh produce, antiques, collectibles,
oddities, new items, re-purposed items and more. We also have the Kids Creation
Korner where kids get to do a free craft while the parents shop. Located at 4327
Gustine Ave, St. Louis, MO 63116. Hours: Sat. 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
www.stlustorage.com/southside-sale For more information call 314-449-6063.
Featured Shop Visit Southern Memories
and Cottage Rose Tea Room. They are located on Old Highway
Hours are for the shop: Wed.-Sat. 10am to 5pm and for the Tea Room:
Wed.-Sat. 11am to 3pm. T Visitors may find anything from rustic farmhouse to
vintage styled home decor; with antique furniture, southern relics, and
specialty clothing & jewelry items. For more information call
573-856-4131 or visit
The Asheford Program is an
internationally recognized, professional-level "Profit & Pleasure"
on the study of antiques, collectibles and appraising. Click
here for more information.
The 5th Missouri Cavalry is an educational, volunteer, living history
organization; created to portray the mounted cavalryman of the Civil War
period. Our purpose is to preserve the historical significance of the
mounted soldier through educational, historic, and patriotic events.
Members of the 5th
Missouri Volunteer Cavalry come from all walks of life. At each event, we
come together with a common interest in making the Civil War period come
alive, both for our spectators and for ourselves. We welcome both the
experienced reenactor and the raw recruit.
In the 5th MO, we teach,
learn, and have a lot of fun, safely. You are encouraged to come visit us at
any of our events and find out for yourself how you can participate in this
exciting hobby with a great unit!
Your Midwest resource for Fun and Adventure with antique, specialty and boutique shops, day
trips to historic towns and entertaining events.
historic towns and shopping guide is organized
for ease of use. The comprehensive Calendar of Events page
has detailed event listings.
All pages include Google maps with driving directions.
History comes alive in the Midwest.
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