Tag Archives: St. Louis Area

One of Cuivre River State Park’s most scenic hikes is along the Frenchman’s Bluff Trail. Join the naturalist for a guided hike through beautiful open woodlands up to the most scenic vista in the park.

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Today, global society faces a grand dilemma: biological diversity upon which we depend requires tens of millions of years to evolve, and yet we are currently driving species to extinction at rates that rival past mass extinctions.

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Join scholars and presenters at General Daniel Bissell House for the 30th annual War of 1812 Symposium. This symposium is the longest continuous War of 1812 symposium in the United States.

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In conjunction with Greenwood Cemetery, the Missouri Historical Society will give a voice to those once enslaved and celebrate their lives and contributions to this region.

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David Lobbig, the Missouri Historical Society’s curator of environmental life, will compare the Mississippian culture’s close relationship with the Mississippi River with our own.

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For nearly 200 years, Missouri has served as a hub for artistic innovation. From quilt making to oil painting, and from ragtime to blacksmithing, Missouri has been the birthplace of hundreds of folk artists, musicians, authors, dancers, actors, and other creators and performers.

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