ALL INCLUSIVE PRICING! $235 per person
Hospitality • Meals • Transportation • Tours • Museums • Entertainment
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- For more information, contact Marillyn Webb at 314-837-7100 or email@example.com.
Participating businesses and organizations have come together to reveal sites that showcase the pride of North County. This weekend offers guests the opportunity to proudly share in the heritage, culture, and community of our region.
Enjoy the tastes and sounds that North County has to offer. There will be plenty of opportunities to sample the best food in town throughout the weekend. The MO Bottom Project will perform songs written about the local landmarks.
Retreat and relax with overnight hospitality at the Pallottine Renewal Center. Venture out on a chartered bus to tour 18th century homes, explore natural landmarks, then return to unwind at the center with evening entertainment.
Explore some of the richest history that St. Louis County has to offer. Tour guides will lead participants on a journey back through time as you visit some of the county’s oldest homes, cemeteries, and churches.
Limited number available! Secure your spot today!
Friday, July 21
Registration at Pallottine Renewal Center with Coffee and Light Refreshments (Begins at 9:30 a.m.)
Introduction to Pallottine with History by Sister Gail Borgmeyer, Provincial of the Pallottine Sisters
Tour Cold Water Cemetery with Introduction on History by Daughters of American Revolution
Lunch at Pallottine
Dinner Trip to Ferguson Brewery and Cork Wine Bar or Vincenzo’s Italian Restaurant
Open Evening at Pallottine Renewal Center
- Historical Video of Pallottine Missionary Sisters (optional)
- Swimming Pool Open; explore campus; relax
Saturday, July 22
Dinner at Pallottine Renewal Center
Evening Concert at Pallottine by the MO Bottom Project with Reception (Begins at 7:00 p.m.)
Sunday, July 23
Breakfast and Mass in Chapel at Pallottine