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!

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