Tuesday, May 15, 2007

June 2007 Events

Saturday, June 2
10am - 6pm
Autohaus of Clayton Presents “The Ultimate Drive for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation”
The Autohaus Parts and Service Dept
125 S. Hunter in Clayton
You Drive the Miles, BMW Donates the Dollars!
Just get behind the wheel of a new BMW vehicle of your choice in the Ultimate Drive® for Susan G. Komen for the Cure event. As a participant, you'll find plenty of BMW models to test drive, such as the thrilling 3 Series Coupe, the sporty X3 SAV® and this year's Signature Vehicle, the dynamic X5 SAV. For every mile you drive BMW will donate $1 on your behalf to Komen.
Festivites will include:
Vito's Italian Cuisine
Music by the Ralph Butler Band - featuring Teddy on the Bass
Desserts by Maggie Moo's Ice Cream & Kaldi's Coffee Pink Ladies Dancing For the Cause Special Hero & Local Celebrities for Ceremonial First Drive Goody Bags & Giveaways
FREE, yes, absolutely free and philanthropic! But RSVP needed.
To register for this event, please go online at www.bmwusa.com/bmwexperience/EventsandPrograms/UDSK/
OR contact Darcy Lane at 314-727-8877 x 2102 or e-mail her at darcy.lane@bmwautohaus.com

Friday June 8 – Saturday, June 9
St. Louis 12 Annual Microfest
Upper Muny ParkingForest Park
Rain or Shine
Cost: $25, Proceeds benefiting the Lift for Life Academy

Saturday, June 9
5:30 - 11pm
Shakespeare Festival: "Much Ado About Nothing"
Greenshow starts at 6:30 pm - for the children and adults with ADHD
Feature begins at 8:00 pm
(We arrive early to claim prime real-estate. The natural amphi-theatre grounds become filled quickly.)
Bring your own food, beverages, blankets, chairs, and bug repellant.

Saturday, June 9 – Sunday, June 10
Free Fishing Days – No Permit needed
Maybe you've never fished before, and you're not sure if it's right for you. Anglers can wet their lines in state waters without having to buy fishing permits, daily trout tags or trout permits at most locations.

Saturday, June 9 - Sunday, June 10
International Horse Radish Festival
Collinsville, Illinois

Wednesday, June 13
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Science Frontiers: “From Front Porch to the Alter: Nonverbal Courtship Signaling Then and Now”
Missouri History Museum in Forest Park - Lee Auditorium
Perspectives on Science & History Lecture Series: A joint lecture series co-sponsored by the
Academy of Science-St. Louis and the Missouri Historical Society.

Thursday, June 14 - Monday, June 18
Show-me Missouri Fish Mobile Aquarium
Union Station
Downtown, St. Louis

Sunday, June 17
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
CommUNITY Days at Fairground Park: Sounds in the Park
Celebrate Juneteenth and Father’s Day!

Since 1856, Fairground Park at Grand Avenue and Natural Bridge Road has been part of our city’s rich history. Join the Whitaker Foundation and the Missouri Historical Society for an exciting new summer series featuring concerts, arts, history and fun! commUNITY Days at Fairground Park celebrates community spirit, family togetherness, education and literacy, neighborhood beautification and the rich heritage of this historic park. Please join us at the corner of Grand Avenue and Kossuth Avenue in Fairground Park for these fun-filled events: Storytelling, crafts, face painting, mask making, magicians jugglers, & mini museum.

Tuesday, June 19
7 pm
Cycling & Green Recreation: A Happy Hour and Fitness Combo
William A Kerr Foundation
21 O’Fallon StreetSt. Louis, MO 63102
Sponsored by StlGreendrinks.org
For more info: visit here

Wednesday, June 20
6:00 -8:00 pm
RFT Cocktails for a Cause
To Benefit Habitat ReStore in partnership with O'Leary's Restaurant.
O'Leary's will provide complimentary chosen cocktails and drafts. You provide the friends and fun.
Cost: $10.00/person and the ENTIRE AMOUNT goes to Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis ReStore.
O'Leary's Resturant
3828 S. Lindberg Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63127

Monday, June 25
5:30-7:30 p.m.
African American Leadership – Charmaine Chapman Society 2007 Kickoff
Busch Stadium Redbird Club (Enter at gate 2 at the southwest corner of the stadium. Parking available in Lot C)
Come enjoy hors d'oeuvres and drinks as we kick off our 2007 Campaign.
Please RSVP to Orvin Kimbrough at 314-539-4113 or ccs@stl.unitedway.org.

Tuesday, June 26
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Metropolis Wine Club Goes to California
2750 Chippewa at California
Cost: A bottle of California Wine or appetizers to share

Wednesday, June 27
5:30 - 8:30pm
"B SEEN" 2007: Presented by Alive Magazine, The Boulevard St. Louis and Cheresse INK
"B SEEN" sipping complimentary cocktails provided by Boulevard Beer, CrownValley Winery & Pearl Vodka
"B SEEN" tasting tantalizing hors d'oeuvres from PF Chang's and Maggiano's
"B SEEN" in the Lexus models courtesy of Dave Mungenast
"B SEEN" shopping on Main Street
"B SEEN" dancing the night away to the band MY FRIEND MIKE
The Boulevard - WHERE TO "B" SEEN!

Thursday, June 28
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Purses for Pooches & Pals: Professional Networking Event for Women.
Human Society of Missouri
1201 Macklind Ave
Hey Ladies! Are you ready to for some real and dynamic networking? Are you interested in expanding your career and helping others? Well, The Humane Society's Benefit for sheltered animals & Dress for Success is a 1-2-3 punch. Donate a purse to benefit women in career transition learn more about helping animals, and meet some influential professional women in the St. Louis Metro.
Cost: $25, purchase online here

Thursday, June 28
7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Shrek the Movie, opening by Shakespeare in the Park
St. Louis Place Park
Old North St. Louis
Apart of Whitaker Urban Evenings Series

Thursday, June 28
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
St. Louis Magazine's A-List Party
St. Louis Magazine throws a stylish street party to celebrate our annual A-List award winners. Enjoy St. Louis' finest food, desserts, drink and music set amongst a scene of interesting sights to see; an open bar; then dance under the stars to beats from city's hottest DJ.
COSTS: $35 advance, $40 at the door. Ticket price includes open bar and complimentary valet parking, hors d'oeuvres and desserts. Metropolis members get a discount.

Saturday, June 30
9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
St. Louis Writers Guild: Day for the Young at Heart
St. Louis Science Museum
An all day event featuring story telling, book signings and educational presentations by local St. Louis authors.
Scheduled Presentations
11am - Have Fun - Write a Story with Jud Miner
1pm - Discover Your Family History Stories with Fran Hamilton
3pm - The big Write wtih Katie Shanahan

Page Turners: Adult Reading Club Sponsored by the St. Louis City Public Library.
Read and become eligible to win prizes including tickets to a cardinals game and a laptop computer.
All summer through August 11th.

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum Summer 2007 Exhibitions
Current Exhibitions:
- Andrea Fraser, "What do I as an artist, provide?"
- Ansel Adams: Reverence for Life
- Annual MFA Thesis Exhibition
Exhibits run through July 16th.

Frontyard Features Free Outside Movie Viewings
40 Nights. 40 Movies.
See a host of classic and relatively new movies outside from your lawn chair.
A variety of movied will be featured at various outside venues and parks throughout the Metro area.
Bring your own beverages and snacks and enjoy Movie Night.
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. now through September.


Anonymous said...

The Autohaus BMW Drive event to benefit the Susan Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research was great. I drive some fancy sport car, the Z something. It was quite fetching, but cramped and uncomfortable. I'm sure I looked great, but that's nothing. It was a great event! and the turnout was great!. They had about 10 cars for people to drive and lots of free food, snacks, and little giveaway trinkets.

And I was really impressed and pleased that approximately one-third to one-half of the participants were African-American. It was a great event that drew a diverse crowd. If you missed it, too bad, try to come out and do it next year.

Anonymous said...

Jazz Fest

This year’s Jazz Fest was a blast like it is every year, even with the reduction from 2 days to 1 and the constant threat by Mother Nature to rain the festival out. While the organizers did shut down for about an hour I understand, the artist and patrons did not stay away because of the foul weather. Indeed there were record crowds I am sure in the audience when Paco Sanchez and George Benson played. I missed the first half of the festivities; however, if the last group of performers is any indication of the energy that was given by Sanchez and Benson, I am sure it was as dynamic and crowd pleasing as the last. Sanchez had us all moving our hips to the Latin beat and Benson killed on that Base! Man, that brotha can still sing like he was 20. I see why my momma said “he could put his shoes under her bed any day.” He was fantastic and played Broadway for about 5 minutes. Bravo! BTW, one has to wonder how much they spent this year – the line up was top notch all the way through.

I spotted Tony Scott of Magic 104.9 wandering around the grounds shaking hands. Inside the Enterprise tent was, as always; fantastic with an extra special kudos to the catering company they used this year. These men and women were fantastic, professional, and very nice. Even with wet grass, the men came out in style and the women were put together. In a crisp tan Hawaiian shirt I spotted Mr. Buford and his wife Susan in black, Mike McMillan, Frankie Freeman and Ida Woolfolk, Valerie Patton and the ladies of POW, Tracy and Stacy Clay as cute as they can be, Paula Knight – girl in red pumps and black Koolots looking too put together. I did not get out of there till 10pm and the party was still going strong. The organizers packed a lot of punch into that one night. Well done.

BMW – Drive for the Cure

Not even a freak thunderstorm in Clayton kept my daughter Dominique, Danielle, Antwan and I from attending the Autohaus of Clayton – BMW Susan B. Kohlman Drive for the Cure this Saturday afternoon. There was music (Teddy was playing) and food along with some fantastic vehicles to drive. I choose the BMW SAV (luxury name for SUV). Drove smooth, nice seats and Dominique and I played with the sun roof! WEEEE!!! We made $15 for breast cancer research and got to drive a $40,000 car.