by Anna Stalker
Organization: Grain
Published January 23, 2015

A Curated Weekend: January 23, 2015

This weekend, it’s all about the details. Whether you’re admiring a poet’s surprising word choice, the craftsmanship of a classic bike, or the technique of one of the city’s top chefs, our event picks this week encourage you to take a moment to savor the small things. Check out our suggestions for any budget below:

 

Free: Fort Gondo Poetry Series reading. fort gondo compound for the arts.  Saturday at 7 pm. Zachary Schomburg, Gracie Leavitt.
Mid-range: Trailnet Bike Expo. Gateway Center expo space, $5. Sunday from 10-4. Classic bike show, tutorials, swap meet.
Splurge: Clayton Restaurant Week. Choose from 19 Clayton restaurants–3 courses for $25. Ends Sunday.

Photo via @dsj1982

Photo via @dsj1982

Photo from Instagram. Thanks to all the users hashtagging #hereisstlouis !

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