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

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