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5 events you won't want to miss this weekend

The biggest events happening this weekend in the St. Louis area.

Art on the Square

Art on the Square takes places at 30 Public Square in Belleville, Illinois.

Tonights hours run 5 to 10, Saturday 11 to 9, and Sunday 11 to 5.

It's free to enter. You can learn more information by visiting artonthesquare.com.

The Muny's Centennial Birthday Bash

The Muny's Centennial Birthday Bash is on Sunday. The free open house celebration will include themed activities, camel rides, backstage tours, live bands, a ferris wheel, Munchkin Land Performances, 20 food trucks and more. The big party is from 1 to 5. You can learn more about what's planned at muny.org/100. It's going to be a great time and a fabulous summer.

Battleground's Mud Run

The Battlegrounds in Wright City is our area's largest permanent mud-run obstacle course. This Saturday is the annual Mud Run. The course is on the grounds of Cedar Lake Cellars.

There are two race lengths to choose from a five mile and a 5K. The five mile has more than 30 obstacles that will test your mental and physical endurance. The competitive run is sold out, but you can still sign up for the Premium Morning 5 mile or 5k course, start times are between 9 and 11:30. You can register and learn more at the battlegrounds.com.

Tennessee Williams Festival

A unique theater festival is coming to an end tomorrow. It's dedicated to St. Louis' own Tennessee Williams. The playwright was known for The Glass Menagerie and a Streetcar Named Desire.

The festival takes place at the Grandel Theatre and features the work of Williams.

A Streetcar Named Desire, now on stage, is the main event of the festival.

Williams spent 20 years in St. Louis, which influenced his plays, poetry, and short stories.

So organizers thought it was about time to celebrate his work. A Streetcar Named Desire is on stage Saturday at 2 pm and 730 pm at the Grandel. For tickets go to metrotix.com. To learn more go twstl.org.

Rose Day: A St. Louis Festival

Rose Day is from noon to 6 on Saturday. Meet at the fountain at Maryland Plaza, grab a wine glass, and walk to 10 different Rose stations. The tastings are set up on rooftops, side patios, and other cool places. Rose Day also helps to raise awareness for 10 nonprofits, all of which impact the lives of women and girls in the community. You can learn more information at rosedaystl.com.