Carved pumpkin masterpieces to be exhibited
On Sunday, October 21, visit the historic Heald Home in Fort Zumwalt Park to see an exhibit of intricately carved pumpkin masterpieces created by artist Marion Nichols. Nichols, who is also known as the Snowflake Lady at the St. Louis City Museum downtown, will be on hand to demonstrate her art, and her carved pumpkins will be displayed throughout the house. The event, which is for all ages, will be held from 1 – 4 p.m. The cost is $2 at the door, and includes a tour of the house.
Directions: On I-70, take Exit 217 at Highways K / M (Main Street) in O’Fallon, drive south on Highway K for one block to the stoplight at Veterans Memorial Parkway; turn right (west) and then drive about one mile to the Fort Zumwalt Park entrance on the left (south