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12 Things to Cross Off Your STL Summer Bucket List in August 

Oh, that endless summers were actually a thing. But school supplies have already landed, and the evenings are getting shorter on light with each passing day. Don't find yourself saying "coula, woulda, shoula" come that first cold day in November. Knock out these activities in August...before it's too late.
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Go to Grant's Farm...on a Thursday. Weekday hours end on August 30, then the farm is only open on weekends.
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The Missouri Botanical Garden's Lantern Festival is especially beautiful this year, and it closes on August 23.
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It's just not summer without the Festival of Nations in Tower Grove Park. It takes place on Saturday, August 29, and Sunday, August 30.
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Hit the city's darkened streets for the Moonlight Ramble on August 29.
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Get down, get down with the last month of free Jungle Boogie concerts at the Saint Louis Zoo, Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m.
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Go to the Muny. The season ends on August 16 when the cast of Oklahoma! takes their final bow.
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Eat a peach at Eckert's Peach Fest on Sunday, August 9.
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Catch a free lunch concert on Wednesdays at Citygarden from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Last one is August 26.
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No real St. Louisan would miss this guy, rocking the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on August 15.
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Root, root, root for the Gateway Grizzlies at a home game in Sauget, Illinois.
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Celebrate our city's past and strengthen its future at the St. Louis World's Fare Heritage Festival, featuring live art, food, music and historical exhibitions.
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Take in a Sunday concert at Carondelet Park. The final one is Sunday, August 23, with Cornet Chop Suey.
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Go to Grant's Farm...on a Thursday. Weekday hours end on August 30, then the farm is only open on weekends.
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