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Things to Do Opening February 14, Sold on St. Louis will showcase a variety of local vendors, including Golden Gems, Salt + Smoke, Arch Apparel and more. The Missouri History Museum (5700 Lindell Boulevard, mohistory.org/museum) will debut its new store concept, Sold on St. Louis, on Wednesday, February 14. The store will offer a unique selection of gifts, art, and specialty items from a carefully curated list of St. Louis vendors, such as Arch Apparel, Salt + Smoke, Golden Gems, Kakao Chocolate Company, Pure Perfection Candles, Ridge Trail Honey, and Old Vienna.
The grand opening of Sold on St. Louis coincides with the city’s birthday, making it the perfect day to celebrate both the store and our beloved city. According to Missouri Historical Society President and CEO Jody Sowell, “Our love for this city, on its birthday and everyday, means we want to connect its impressive past with a vibrant future.” By supporting local vendors and showcasing their work, Sold on St. Louis aims to boost the local economy and promote the talents of St. Louis creators.
Join in the festivities on Wednesday, February 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony, featuring a live performance by the Red and Black Brass Band. Sold on St. Louis will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours for Thursday Nights at the Museum events. Don’t miss the opportunity to support local businesses and celebrate our city’s birthday at Sold on St. Louis.