St. Louis, Missouri is a vibrant city that celebrates diversity through a variety of festivals and events. From the Louis County Library's Teen Book Festival to the International Institute of St. Louis' Annual Day of Jewish and Muslim Community Service, there are plenty of opportunities for members of the Muslim community to get involved and celebrate their culture.
The Louis County Library is proud to host the St. Louis area's first in-person book festival. The Louis Teen Book Festival is a great way for teenage readers to come together and enjoy book talks, author panels, signings, and lots of fun activities. The Festival of Nations is another great event that takes place in St.
Louis each year. This two-day celebration showcases diverse cultures and helps the International Institute of St. Louis (IISTL) support immigrants and refugees to thrive in their communities, cultures, and careers through a variety of services. It is also a great way for members of the Muslim community to get involved and celebrate their culture. Finally, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and its Milford Social Justice Center coordinate an Annual Day of Jewish and Muslim Community Service each year at Christmas.
This event provides returning volunteers with the opportunity to celebrate the holiday with their families while strengthening the relationship between the Jewish and Muslim communities. St. Louis is home to two mosques under the Daar-ul- umbrella, providing members of the Muslim community with plenty of opportunities to come together and celebrate their culture. From book festivals to multicultural events, there are plenty of ways for members of the Muslim community to get involved and celebrate their culture in St. Louis.