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SOMETHING SPECIAL

Moolah Shrine Circus, 7:30 tonight, 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. F; 11:30 a.m., 3:30 & 7:30 p.m. Sa and 1 & 5 p.m. Su, Kiel Center, 1401 Clark Ave., 969-1800 or 622-KIEL. The 55th edition showcases the Royal Hanneford Circus. $8-$18.

Zoofari `97, 7 p.m.-midnight F, St. Louis Zoo, Forest Park, 768-5440. Music by Air Supply and the Little River Band for "The Wonder Down Under" as the Zoo "moves" to Australia. $175 members, $225 non-members. Youth Net Rally, 8 p.m. F, Youth Net, 1045 Union Road, 638-7483. River of Life Ministries presents Kevin McDee and Band for city-wide youth rally. Love offering accepted. Dancin' in the Downtown, 9 p.m.-midnight F, Taneycomo Lakefront, Branson, 417-334-1548. Wear 50s and 60s attire and celebrate the rock `n roll era. $3. Pink Floyd in 3-D, 10:30 p.m. F through Dec. 27, St. Louis Science Center, 5050 Oakland Ave., 800-456-SLSC or www.slsc.org. Colorful laser images appear in 3-D as pop music plays. $7, $6 children and seniors. Civil War Weekend, 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Sa & 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Su, Jefferson Barracks Park, S. Broadway at Kingston Drive, 544-5714. Battle and baseball re-enactments, period fashion shows, dress parade and more. $2 per car. They Left Footprints, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sa, St. Machinists Hall, 12365 St. Charles Rock Road, 968-2763. Sponsored by the St. Louis Geneological Society. Learn how to trace your family history, listen to nationally known speakers, get old photographs professionally copied and view genological software. $26 members, $31 non-members. Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sa, Soulard Market Park, Lafayette and 8th streets, 622-4180. Enjoy Pevely ice cream, fruit and cookies with music by the Compton Heights Band. Free. Summer Solstice Sunrise, 5:20 a.m. Su, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Cahokia, Ill., 618-346-5160. Come to the reconstructed Woodhenge about one-half mile west of Monks Mound and hear an exploration of the discovery and the solstice. Guided tours at 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. Free, donations accepted. Soap Box Derby, 11 a.m. Su, Shaw & Columbia streets, 645-3968. Winners of the Derby advance to the national Junior Chamber of Commerce event in Dayton, Ohio this summer. Free. Frontier Festival, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Su, St. Louis Public Library Central Library, 1301 Olive St., 539-0305. Historical dramatizations by African Historical Society, frontier folksongs, square dancing, and Native American storytelling. Free. Kahok Dancers, 2 & 3 p.m. Su, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Cahokia, 618-346-5160. Come to the Interpretive Center auditorium to see Indian dance peformances. Free. Twilight Tuesdays, 7-8:30 p.m. Tu, Missouri History Museum, Forest Park, 746-4599. Join the Pike on Parade with music featuring Joia, the masks of Riverfaces and assorted revelers. Free. Historic House Tours, various times all summer, 421-0325. Six 19th-century houses in and near downtown St. Louis offer a joint summer ticket for tours of Campbell House, Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion, Eugene Field House, Scott Joplin State Historic Site, Tower Grove House, and Samuel Cupples House. $15. OUTDOORS Full Moon Walk, 9 tonight, Bee Tree Park flag pole, Becker and Finestown roads, 894-3089. Enjoy a seasonal walk and enjoy nature with a park naturalist guide. Advance registration suggested. $3. Hayride & Chilifest, 6, 7:15 or 8:30 p.m. F, Coldwater Creek Park guard shack, north end of Bellefontaine Road, 889-2458. Enjoy a hayride along the bluffs of the Missouri River followed by an all-you-can-eat chili feed. Advance registration required. $5. An Evening on the Prairie, 6:30 p.m. F, West Tyson Park front gate, I-44 and Lewis Road, 889-2458. Learn about native plants and animals on the demonstration prairie. Advance registration requested. $3. Full Moon Bike Ride, 9 p.m. F, Creve Coeur Park Taco Bell Shelter, Marine Avenue & Dorsett Road, 889-2458. Cyclists should wear a helmet and have a headlamp on their bikes. …

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