Thursday, November 16, 2006

November 2006

Saturday, November 18
Young Zoo Friends
Dance to the beat of the samba at this year's Brazilian-themed ZOOTINI, the Young Zoo Friends' wildest party of the year! Enjoy specially made ZOOTINI cocktails, complimentary hors d'oeuvres and live entertainment provided by DJ Sarah Cox, Remix Project and J Rob.
Don't forget to make your reservations for this martini-style fundraiser, which will be held Saturday, November 18 from 8 p.m. until midnight in The Living World. Advance reservations are $35 for members and $40 for non-members. This event sold out the last two years, so make your reservation soon! Each ticket includes hors d'oeuvres and two drink tickets. To make reservations, call (314) 768-5440 or order online. Learn more about ZOOTINI

Sunday, November 19
Women in Science Meeting/Social
If you or someone you know is a female who works/interested in the Sciences (research, industry, academia, natural sciences, computer sciences, math, and engineering fields), I would like to invite you to check out the Association for Women in Science (AWIS). The local chapter is presently recruiting interested individuals.
The meeting / social is on Sunday, November 19th, 7 pm at 7436 University Drive in U City 63130accessible by the Forsyth Metro Stop. The directions are: Hanley north from Forsyth, Right on Pershing, Quick right on Mission , Quick left on University Drive .
They recently completed a huge event, Women in Science Day at Washington University and are trying to expand their events calendar, so this might be a good time to get involved.
For more info, please go to

Tuesday, November 21
Big Brothers Big Sisters and the River City Professionals
RCP networking group ( is throwing one of their most important happy hours of the year: Their 5th annual Toy Drive to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri!
When: Tuesday, November 21st - 5:30pm - 9:00pm.
Where: Mandarin, the first rooftop lounge to open in the Central West End bringing together traditional and contemporary décor elements to create a chic Asian-inspired look - 44 Maryland Plaza
Toy Drive Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern MO - Bring a toy and get a free drink ticket!All toys will be donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri and we request that your toy be for a child 10 and older. (I’ve been a BBBS mentor for over three years and it is a fantastic organization. I ask that you consider donating an educational toy such as a book or strategic game.) If you cannot make the event, but would still like to participate in the toy drive you may bring your toys to: Big Brothers Big Sisters at 4625 Lindell Blvd., Suite 501 until December 5th .

Tuesday, November 28
Dining Out for Life
Please join me at “Cha Yoon Sushi & Tea Bar” on Tuesday, November 28th at 7pm for an evening of food, friends and fun OR you can join me for a night cap at “Tanner B’s Bar & Grill on Shenandoah” at 10 pm. Dining Out for Life is the premier fundraiser for Saint Louis EFFORT FOR AIDS and “THE EXCELLENT RESTAURANT” will be donating a minimum of 25% of your bill to this worthy organization. Saint Louis EFFORT FOR AIDS provides education of prevention of HIV infection and comprehensive support services to those affected by HIV/AIDS.
Dine Out. Fight AIDS …………….Bring an empty stomach and a full wallet!!

Friday, September 29, 2006

October 2006

Month-long Events
1. St. Louis Young Professional Collaborative Connect With... has an excellent Schedule of Events. Events will showcase our area's dynamic professional organizations and highlight soem of their most innovative programs. There is plenty of social and civic engaging networking opportunities. See you at one or more of these events.

2. Family-friendly venues and romantic settings are Metro East's forte.
Alton, Belleville, and Godfrey, Illinois have a variety of events that are fun, unique, and take advantage of this month's autumnal beauty and atmosphere.

2nd Week
October 6 – November 26
Hayrides at Forest Park...$100 per wagon (20 people per wagon)
Advanced planning & registration required

Tuesday, Oct 12
9th Annual Professional Forum – presented by POW (Professional Organziation of Women)
5:30 pm
More information visit:
Free food, free wine, free beer, great networking and professional development opporuntunity, and FREE Forum - topic: Outsourcing

Friday, October 13 - Sunday, October 15

Friday, October 13 -15
Great Godfrey Maze
Looking for Halloween fun? Then the "Haunted" Corn field in across the river sounds like the perfect place for kids, and families! A huge corn field has been made into a real maze and it's haunted by Pirates. Aargh! This sounds like too much fun. This could be the perfect destination for our monthly "Be a Tourist" Series.
Cost: $6 for adults, and $5 for kids.

3rd Week

3rd thurs of the month - October 19
Cine 16
Missoruri History Museum

October 20-21
Concert: Savion Glover
Blanche Touhill

Friday, October 20 - 29, 2006
The Great Godfrey Maze
see note from above

Saturday, October 21
Diwali celebration
9:30pm - 1am
Where: Mandarin located at 44 Maryland Plaza, Above the fountain in the Central West End
Come celebrate Diwali and experience the Central West Ends newest club before it's open to the public! Belvedere vodka drink specials.
Cost: $8.00 advance for members, $5 advance for NetSAP members, $10 at the door

4th Week

October 23 - Mid-January
Inside africa –Science center
$3 adults, $2 for kids/seniors

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

September 2006

September 1-4 - Labor Day Weekend

Sunday, September 3
Beauty, Beats &Burlesque - presented by HARRAH'S ST. LOUIS, THE RIVERFRONT TIMES and CHERESSEINK
9pm - 1am
VooDoo Cafe & Lounge of Harrah’s Casino
777 Casino Center Drive
Maryland Heights, MO 63043.
No cover.
First Week

Friday, September 9 - Sunday, September 11
Macy's Ribbon Cutting Weekend

Second Week

Tuesday, September 12
Twilight Tuesdays
Missouri History Museum

Friday, Sept 15
Parties in the Park @ Fairmount Park Race Track
6:00 p.m.
Black Stallion Party Room
Fairmount Park Racetrack
9301 Collinsville Road
Collinsville, IL 62234 (off of I- 255 South)
Event features Live Entertainment – the Ben Wah Bob Band
Must be 21 to enter!
Cost: $10 includes admission, buffet & drink specials. No reservations, seating first come first served.
More information:
Friday, September 15, 2006

Wine Tasting at Brennan’s Wine Bar
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: 4659 Maryland Avenue, 63108
Join NetSAP for a night of unlimited wine tasting at Brennan’s Wine Bar in the Central West End. (We will choose the 4 different wines for the night. Cheese and Crackers will also be provided.) Brennan's started out just a couple of years ago as a premium liquor store. Brothers Kevin and Mark Brennan debuted a cozy shop with hardwood floors, walls lined with cigar cabinets, and an excellent selection of wines in all price ranges.Cost: $15.00 for NET SAP members $20.00 for non-members
Third Week
Tuesday, September 19
Illegal Immigration Forum – presented by Metropolis, FOCUS St. Louis, and League of Women Voters
5-6:30 p.m.
Schlafly Branch St Louis Public Library

Tuesday, September 19
Twilight Tuesdays
Missouri History Museum
Wednesday, September 20
“The Nature of Giving” Charmaine Chapman Society Kickoff - presented by the United Way
6:30 p.m.
Saint Louis Zoo
Lakeside Café
Wells Drive Entrance
Thursday, September 21
Cine 16
Missoruri History Museum

Friday, Sept 22
Parties in the Park @ Fairmount Park Race Track
6:00 p.m.
Black Stallion Party Room
Fairmount Park Racetrack
9301 Collinsville Road
Collinsville, IL 62234 (off of I- 255 South)
Event features Live Entertainment – - Killing Vegas
Must be 21 to enter!
Cost: $10 includes admission, buffet & drink specials. No reservations, seating first come first served.
More information:
Saturday, September 23rd
Science On Tap
4-7 pm
Saint Louis Science Center
Learn all about the science of brewing... beer that is.
Generous samples of Schlafly beer
Home brew demos
Cooking with beer
Music by Mitzi MacDonald and Keltic Reign
Adults only (21 and older)
Price: $25 Space is limited.
Make your reservations today at 314.289.4424 or 800.456.7572, x4424
Saturday, September 23rd
Lewis and Clark Currents of Change
Fourth Week
Tuesday, September 26
Twilight Tuesdays
Missouri History Museum

Saturday, September 29
Gateway Classic: Tuskegee vs University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Edward Jones Dome

Monday, August 21, 2006

L' Autumn 2006 - Upcoming Events

Tuesday, Sep 19
How Do You Legislate to Address Illegal Immigration? Forum
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM.
Schlafly Branch St. Louis Public Library, 225 N. Euclid
FOCUS St. Louis, Metropolis St. Louis and the League of Women Voters present the first of three free, public forums to spread awareness of the facts and varying viewpoints surrounding timely, hot-button issues. Speakers include Steve Legomsky, Charles F. Nagel Professor of International & Comparative Law at Washington University School of Law, and, Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum. This is sure to be interesting!Cost: FreeParking: The garage, accessible from Euclid or the alley behind the library, is $1 an hour. Street meters must be fed until 7 p.m.Reservations requested: Contact Debra White at or 314-622-1250 x101.
Fête Society Meeting
Day & Time TBD
Get ready for our 1st Meeting to go over logistics for entering the 2007 Soulard Mardi Gras Parade.
The Them is "A Novel Affair" - Literature & Great Literary Works are the themes.
If interested please email Danielle dnlee5(at) so that you could be notified right away or if you want to submit ideas for the float.

For the month of October, I'm really promoting the St. Louis Young Professional Collaborative Connect With Schedule of Events. There is plenty of fun social and civivly engaging networking opportunities. I'll see you at one or more of these events. t

Tuesday, October 3
Twilight Tuesdays
Missouri History Museum

October 6 – November 26
Hayrides at Forest Park...$100 per wagon (20 people per wagon)

Saturday, Oct 7
Endangered Species Walk/Run 2006 - Missouri Department of Conservation

Saturday, Oct 7
Be the Change Day
Be the Change, an annual event sponsored by South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT) and NetSAP-St. Louis, fosters leadership and community engagement through volunteerism and service. Formerly known as the National Gandhi Day of Service, the event draws individuals who are attracted to the values espoused by Mahatma Gandhi and other leaders who have devoted their lives to public service and engagement in their communities. Occurring during the weekend of Mahatma Gandhi's birthday, Be The Change empowers participants to engage in collective civic action based on Gandhi's values of equality and compassion. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Sean, at

Tuesday, October 10
Twilight Tuesdays
Missouri History Museum

Tuesday, Oct 12
9th Annual Professional Forum – presented by POW (Professional Organziation of Women)
5:30 pm

More information visit:

3rd thurs of the month
Cine 16
Missoruri History Museum

October 20-21
Concert: Savion Glover
Blanche Touhill

Saturday, October 21
Diwali celebration
9:30pm - 1am Where: Mandarin located at 44 Maryland Plaza, Above the fountain in the Central West End
Come celebrate Diwali and experience the Central West Ends newest club before it's open to the public! Belvedere vodka drink specials.
Cost: $8.00 advance for members, $5 advance for members, $10 at the door

October 23 - Mid-January
Inside africa –
Science center
$3 adults, $2 for kids/seniors

November 9 -19
St. Louis International Flim Festival
Tivoli Theatre
prices vary
3rd thurs of the month
Cine 16
Missoruri History Museum
Saturday, Nov 18
ZOOTINI - Sponsored by the Young Zoo Friends of the St. Louis Zoo
8 p.m. to midnight
not-to-miss event!

Thursday, August 03, 2006

August 2006 Events

1st week of August

Thursday, August 3
Contemporary Art Museum
3750 Washington Blvd
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Join St. Louis Magazine at the Contemporary Art Museum for another inspired evening in the Select Night series. Check out The Science of Movement by veejay Ryan Wylie, accompanied by the Viva Flamenco Ensemble. You'll also get your groove on to hip-hop and Latin beats spun by DJ C-BEYOND with dancer extraordinaire Jennifer Thompson in the house.

Friday, August 4 - Saturday, August 5
Schlafly Tap Room
- Friday 8pm-12am
- Saturday 12pm-12 am
German-style food and beer in the dining room all weekend. Air guitar and gooey butter cake eating contests Saturday day. Live music with local and touring bands in the Club Room.

Friday, August 4
Live on the Levee - free concerts
Under the Arch
6:00 p.m. Cameo
8:00 p.m. Morris Day
free admission

Friday, August 4- Sunday, August 6
St. Louis Strassenfest - A German Festival
Downtown St. Louis at Memorial Park at Tucker and Market Streets across from City Hall
Enjoy brats, beer, petting zoo and carnival rides - family friendly!!
free admission

Saturday, August 5 - Sunday, August 6
Missouri Black Expo - Building Our Community, Mind, Body & Soul
Downtown St. Louis at America's Center
10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Sat. 5th)
11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Sun. 6th)
Cost: $8.00; Free children 6 and under
More info, check out the Event Website:

2nd Week of August

Wednesday August 9
Parties in the Park
Shaw Park in Clayton
5:00 - 8:00 pm
Parties in the Park, the original outdoor after-work party, returns to Clayton's Shaw Park in 2006 on the second Wednesday of each month, May - September, from 5 - 8 p.m. It's a unique opportunity to meet new people and relax with old friends. Best of all, every Party is free and open to the public!

Thursday, August 10
Night out @ Fast Eddie's Bon Air
7:30 pm (or so) until?
1530 E. 4th Street
Alton, IL 62002
Take Hwy 367 North to Alton, Missouri. Cross the bridge, turn right, then left on Boadway, and another right to get on the main street.
Cheap, good food., cold beer (also cheap). This place is legendary
Cash only - I think. 21 and up only. Get a sitter.

3rd Week of August

Saturday, August 19 - Sunday, August 20
Join Amina and other Jamaican at heart souls at Robller Winery and enjoy some authentic Jamaican fare prepared by Ms. Terry herself.

4th Week of August

Wednesday, August 23
Jammin' at the Zoo
6 p.m. - 10 p.m., rain or shine
St. Louis Zoo
Entertainment: Jonathon Cour, Tiny Cows, Arvell and Co., Michael Schaerer, DJ Needles and Wild, Cool & Swingin'
Cost: Free admission for Zoo Friends members and one guest; $5 per person for non-members
For more information, check out the website:

Friday, August 25
Trivia Night
Presented by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Gamma Omega Chapter
This is great! Join the Fete Society as we defend our title as Trivia Masters. Or get your own team together, and join us for some great fun. Bring extra money so you can purchase 50/50 raffle tickets.

5th Week of August

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Be a Tourist. St. Louis Metro Area Excursions

St. Louis is a great place to visit. The city and the surrounding metro area arehome to several attractions. And to celebrate the River City and countdown Piia's departure, I think we should play "Tourists for the Day". One day each month, we'll select a local treasure (or two), and check it/them out. Most venues are family-oriented, unless stated otherwise. Please post a comment if you have any questions or suggestions.

July Excursion: The Missouri History Museum

Saturday, 29 July, 2006

Meet at the Gift Shop @ 12:45 p.m.

Storytelling in the Galleries
Join us for “Storytelling in the Galleries.” Each 45-minute session is FREE and is held on Saturdays at 1 p.m. The programs are for children 10 and under and their families.
Baby-sitter’s Delight

While school is out and Mom and Dad are at work, who takes care of the kids? Hear stories about fun times with baby-sitters. Meet in Seeking St. Louis: Currents.

Gallery Talks
Gallery Talks provide unique insights into objects and events represented in our galleries. All talks are FREE and are conducted by museum staff and Young Voices participants. Sessions are approximately 30 minutes in duration. Meet at the Information Desk at the museum’s south entrance. Saturday sessions are at 2 p.m.
Photography: Art of Ethnography

Other Places to visit in upcoming months
The Gateway Arch and Jefferson Expansion Museum
The St. Louis Science Center

City Museum
The Missouri History Museum
Jelly Stone Park
Six Flags Stone Hill Winery
The St. Louis Art Museum

Missouri Botanical Gardens and Chihuly Exhibit

Please vote for your August site visit.

July 2006 Events

Friday, July 14
Concert: Mary J. Blige with Jaheim & LeToya
7:00 p.m. UMB Bank Pavilion

Friday, July 14
Concert: Guitar and Saxes
8:00 p.m. The Pageant

Saturday, July 15
Concert: India Arie
Under The Arch

Saturday, July 15
African Arts Festival
World's Fair Pavillion, Forest Park

Third Week of July

Wednesday, July 19
Canine Cocktail Benefit
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 pm
8117 Maryland Ave in Clayton, MO
Find a new Friend - Animals available for adoption from the Animal Regulation Center will be there AND you can shop the latest fashions.

Thursday, July 20
Chihuly Nights
6:00 - 11:00pm
Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Boulevard 63110
Join St. Louis Magazine every third Thursday from May to October for Chihuly Nights at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Admission is $15. Garden members $10. For more information about Chihuly Nights, call 314.577.0101 or email

Friday, July 21
Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series/ULYP Metropolitan St. Louis Monthly Social Event - The Bevy
St Louis Zoo - Central Plaza
Performing: Richard Fuller Quartet (Jazz)
Free Admission

Friday, July 21
Keystone Summer Fundraiser
7:00 - 11:00 p.m.
Lucas School House in Soulard
1220 Allen Avenue
Join St. Louis Magazine on Friday night as we partner with Keystone of St. Louis to party for a purpose.
Your admission/donation gets you all the beer and wine you can drink plus light appetizers from Juniper Grill
There will be loads of interesting and intelligent people there. You'll get to check out the Lucas School House, a new event space in Soulard.
It's for charity. Proceeds benefit Kids Under Twenty One (KUTO), an organization dedicated to providing youth focused crisis prevention, suicide intervention and post-intervention support to the community through awareness education and outreach.
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
Visit to purchase yours today!

Fourth Week of July

Wednesday, July 26
Jammin' at the Zoo
6:00 - 10:00 pm (rain or shine)
St. Louis Zoo
Sample wines from more than 50 wineries, featuring over 200 different wines. The free wine tasting is from 6 to 8 p.m. Wine by the glass and bottle, beer, soda and frozen specialty drinks will be available for purchase throughout the evening. Food will also be available to purchase during the event. But you can bring your own food, too.
Entertainment: Kim Massie, Sandy Weltman, Jake's Leg, Bored of Education, Michael Schaerer and DJ Sarah Cox
Free admission for Zoo Friends members and one guest OR $5 per person for non-members.
Parking Details: Zoo members may park for free on the Zoo's north parking lot and enter through The Living World. Non-members should enter the Zoo through the South Entrance at the Z-O-O pylon. Free parking provided on the south lot at Tamm and Wells Drive near Highway 40.
Proceeds Benefit the Zoo -Proceeds benefit the Saint Louis Zoo and its efforts to save endangered species at home and around the world.

July 27
Concert: The Roots
8:00 pm The Pageant

Saturday, July 29
Fly By Night Presented by spins & needles and hipster magazine
"A fly new groove for professional hipstersthe last Saturday of every month"
9PM - 2AM
360 N. Boyle at Lindell
$10/ladies ~ $15/fellasFREE DRINKS ALL NIGHT!

DIRECTIONS (to the flyest 2 level spot with a 2nd floor terraceyou've never heard of):
Take Lindell to Boyle. Go North on Boyle. 360 N Boyle will be on the right.
valet parking availableearly arrival is suggested
For more info visit us online or

The Muny Opera (the free seats)
8:15pm nightly

Fridays in July
Jungle Boogie @ St. Louis Zoo
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Friday, June 02, 2006

June 2006

Whitaker Jazz Festival
Wednesdays June 2 – July 7
Missouri Botanical Garden
More info:

June 4
St. Louis Zoo Friends 5K Walk to benefit Conservation Research
(details TBA)

Sunday, June 4
Taste of Clayton 2006
Downtown Clayton
1:00 PM 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Soulard Starlight Cinema
presented by Soulard Safety Program
Thursdays this June,
Kick back with us under the stars at the A-B Brewery Tour Center to catch these featured flicks:

Wedding Crashers - June 8
Rocky Horror Picture Show - June 15
40 Year Old Virgin - June 22
Meet the Fockers - June 29

Live Music by "The Shrinking Violets" from 7-8:30 p.m.
Free Admission - Must be 21 to enter.
Gates Open at 7 p.m., Movies start at 8:30ish - Weather permitting.

Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series
North Star Summer Evenings at the St. Louis Zoo
5 to 7 p.m.
Outdoor stage in Central Plaza
Stop by to hear live music at the Zoo!
"Cha-cha" with the cheetahs, "salsa" with the sea lions or "two-step" with the tigers at Jungle Boogie, the Zoo's Friday Night Concert Series for the whole family.

Animal Enrichment Activities Saturday Evenings
North Star Summer Evenings at the St. Louis Zoo
5:00 -5:30 p.m.
Bring the whole family out to witness various exhibits. Visitors can watch as keepers offer Animal Enrichment items to the animals. Enrichment activities give Zoo animals interesting, stimulating ways to perform natural behaviors.

More info about the Zoo or its programs:

Second Weekend of June
June 10
Komen Race for the Cure
Walk for health, walk for others or give a donation.
More info:

Saturday, June 10
8 p.m.
Tarver vs. Hopkins Fight Party
Sean & Malaika’s home -- 3595 Brookstone Drive, Florissant , MO 63033

June 10-11
Central West End Art & Taste Fair
More info:

June 11
7 p.m.
Night of fine food and fun (for adults only) to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters
Mira & Roxane, 12 N. Meramec in Downtown Clayton
The cost is $25 per person, plus a cash bar, for continuous samples of each restaurant's entire menu. A portion of the proceeds raised by the event will support the ongoing efforts of BBBSEMO.
For questions, please contact Laura Hobson at BBBSEMO at 314-361-5900, ext. 26.

Third Week of June
Thursday, June 22
Purses for Pooches and Pals: A Unique Networking Event for Professional Women
Human Society of Missouri
1201 Macklind Avenue
They are collecting gently-used designer purses that will be given to Connections for Success workforce readiness program.
Cost is $25 per person. Proceeds benefit the Human Society
More info or to RSVP by June 16:

The Muny
This historical outside theatre brings top-notch musicals every year. This year’s line up is fantastic!

June 19-25
The King & I
8:15 p.m. nightly
1,500 free seats are available, first come, first serve. Doors open at 7 pm
Terrace seats are $8 each

June 26-July 2
8:15 p.m. nightly
1,500 free seats are available, first come, first serve. Doors open at 7 pm
Terrace seats are $8 each

More info:

Fourth Week of June
June 27
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Metropolis Wine Club
Wine Theme - "Californians at the Lucas Lofts"
Lucas Lofts - 1123 Washington Ave., 7th Floor Display Units and Rooftop Deck
Admission: Each guest brings a bottle of California wine or appetizers to share.
Metropolis Membership is not required for this event, but you are welcome to join at the event for $20 annual dues.
RSVP Deadline: Saturday, June 24, 5:00 pm. If you miss the deadline, contact to see if there are any spots available.
More info:

Monday, April 10, 2006

May 2006 Events

Tuesdays May 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30
Twilight Tuesdays at the MO History Museum

Friday, May 5
Cinco de Mayo @ Mount Pleasant Winery
Come out to Mount Pleasant Winery for a Cinco de Mayo party you will never forget! Dance to live music by SL Son, and enjoy a fajita barbecue, Mount Pleasant wines, sangria by the glass, beer and margaritas! The party is Friday, May 5, from 6-10 p.m (SL Son plays from 7:00-10:00).
Mount Pleasant Winery is located at 5634 High Street in Augusta. Admission is five dollars per person.Directions: From St. Louis, travel west on Highway 40 (I-64) to Highway 94 South. Take Highway 94 South for eighteen miles until you reach Augusta; then left on Jackson, right on High Street.Call 636-482-WINE, 800-467-WINE, or visit for more information. Olé!

Saturday, May 6
Kentucky Derby Party
3:30 - until
after party: Suite 250

Friday, May 12 - Sunday, May 14
Laumeier Sculpture Park's Art Fair

Friday, May 12: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Saturday, May 13: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday, May 14: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for children ages 6-11, members free
Free Parking

Every year, on Mother's Day weekend, 150 of the nation's best exhibitors welcome over 20,000 visitors to Laumeier Sculpture Park during this three-day event. The pool of juried artists will exhibit and sell an impressive array of work in clay, drawing, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, mixed media, new media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Please, no pets at the Park during special events!(314) 821-1209

May 28-June 18
8pm (every night except Tuesday)
Shakespeare Festival in Forest Park"Julius Ceasar"............Et tu Brute!!

Upcoming Ete Bougeouis Trois

Below please find the preliminary events scheudule. Please note that this is not all-inclusive, as events will be added or deleted based on availability and the potential "fun factor."

August 23
Jammin at the Zoo

Sunday, August 20
Fete Society trip to Mount Pleasant Winery
(check the RFT for coupons)

Saturday, August 26
Timon's Birthday Party

Saturday, August 26
Metropolis presents The LOT
Downtown St. Louis

September 2
Hip Hop Festival

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