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St. Louis' Burnin' Love festival at Forest Park will be held on what's expected to be the warmest day of the year so far.
The outdoor festival celebrating the Gateway City's 250th anniversary had originally been set for Friday night, Valentines Day, but had to be rescheduled because of bitter cold and icy conditions at the venue.
The event will now be held Tuesday evening at the top of Art Hill.
Festivities will include music, food, fire dancers, video presentations and a World Record attempt. More than 300 St. Louis couples plan to get engaged, or re-engaged simultaneously. There will also be special activities for the kids.
The event kicks off at 6 p.m. and caps off with fireworks at 9:15.
An iconic structure in Forest Park will be closed for awhile.
The Boat House Restaurant caught fire Wednesday evening. St. Louis firefighters arrived to find smoke pouring from the building.
Dave Sutter of the St. Louis Fire Department says the one alarm fire was located in the roof of the building. Fire officials say it may have started near the fire place which had been burning since 10:00 a.m.
No patrons were in the Forest Park eatery when the fire broke out, and the ten employees inside all made it out safely.
The roof was seriously damaged, but its believe the building can be repaired.]]>
Next summer's Fair St. Louis will be held at Forest Park. The Fair Saint Louis Foundation and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay made the official announcement Wednesday evening at the Art Museum.
The 34th annual festival will be centered on Art Hill on July 3, 4 and 5. The 137th Veiled Prophet Parade will march through Forest Park instead of downtown St. Louis.
That's because the $380 million renovation of the Arch grounds won't be finished in time. It could be done in time for the 2015 fair, but that decision won't be made until late next year.
The 2014 event will include the traditional air show, concerts, fireworks and a Kids Zone, with the main stage at the foot of Art Hill near the Grand Basin. And Fair officials are promising several new elements that will be unveiled early next year.
Four years after the discovery of lead paint forced closure of the St. Louis Mounted Police stables in Forest Park, the stables are open once again. The stables were closed for remediation in 2009. Lt. Carlos Ross says three police officers and one park ranger are certified to ride six horses, but he is seeking to increase those numbers. The St. Louis Mounted Police Unit dates to 1867. The unit disbanded in 1948 but was re-established in 1970.