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Thursday, April 09 2020
St. Joseph Driving/Walking Tour Guides Available Through Visitors Bureau

(Source: The St. Jo Scoop, St. Joseph Visitors Bureau

St. Joseph has plenty of ways to get outside with your immediate family and get some exercise or just take a drive around town. Check out two interactive driving/walking tours that you can take, and learn a little more St. Joseph history while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Additional information, directions, and downloadable .pdfs for the self-guided tours, Downtown Architecture and Museums of St. Joseph, are available at

St. Joseph Sculpture Walk offers a great way to explore downtown

If you haven't yet seen it, the Sculpture Walk, a program of the Allied Arts Council, introduces contemporary outdoor public art and sculptures to our community. The Walk is a year-long exhibit of national, juried, outdoor sculptures displayed Downtown and includes an eclectic mix of sculptures from artists nationwide. So if you're craving some fresh air and love art, check it out before new sculptures arrive in June. More information on the sculpture walk.

A message from the St. Joseph Visitors Bureau

As we all know, now is not the time for unnecessary travel. However, we feel it's important to keep sharing the story of our beloved hometown, St. Joseph, with you all, and we hope that our e-newsletters and frequent posts on Facebook will keep your spirits up and eyes on the horizon during these exceptional times. We look forward to seeing you in St. Joseph later when the time is right! Below are a few ways you can get outside, walk, or take a drive safely, all while abiding by the quarantine rules.

(Image: Visit Saint Joseph, 150410-CVB-YI114-032. Photo by Patrick P. Evenson.

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