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Weekend Events Include Home Football Games, Maple Days

Each week, we bring you five interesting things happening this weekend in St. Louis.

If you're looking for something to do in or near Clayton and Richmond Heights this weekend, we've got the list for you. Check out these upcoming events, then tell us what you'll be doing by posting a comment to the article.


When/Where: Participating retailers throughout downtown Clayton
Why Go: Businesses will be offering special deals throughout the day as part of the program. Remember, this is the last time the Shop Clayton Shops promotion will happen this season. Participating businesses are:

Pricing: Varies

FOOTBALL: AND
When/Where: 7 p.m. at in Maplewood and 7 p.m. at in Clayton
Why Go: You've got your choice of the season's inaugural home football games. The MRH Blue Devils will play Brentwood in a classic rivalry, while the Clayton Greyhounds will take on the St. Francis Borgia Knights.
Pricing: Free


When/Where: 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Schnuck Family Plaza at the St. Louis Zoo, 1 Government Dr. in St. Louis City
Why Go: Check out music from the Ralph Butler Band as part of the last Jungle Boogie concert of the season.
Pricing: Free


When/Where: Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd. in St. Louis City
Why Go: Watch taiko drumming, watch dancing and martial arts, and participate in candlelit walks as part of this annual event.
Pricing: Varies


When/Where: Thursday through Sunday at Deer Creek Center and in Maplewood
Why Go: The event will include carnival rides, food and booths from local organizations. Proceeds will benefit MRH student scholarships and local organizations.
Pricing: Varies

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