Tuesday, May 01, 2007

May 2007 Events

Thursday, May 3rd
6:00 pm
SEIC Awards Ceremony
May Auditorium, Simon Hall
The second annual Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Competition will close with this event, and the naming of the 2007 winning teams. Come see which teams will walk away with the combined $125,000 in funding! This event will feature keynote speaker Leslie D. Michelson, founder, CEO, investor, advisor and director for a portfolio of entrepreneurial healthcare, technology and real estate companies.
Cost: FREE

Thirst for LifeBenefiting PAWS (Pets are a Wonderful Support) and St. Louis Effort for AIDS. Before, I have served as a captain for the Dining Out for Life fundraiser and awareness campaign held in November. Now, there is a summer counterpart for the Sotty! Come on out!

Saturday, May 12th
7pm - 10pm

Thirst For Life 2007 Kick-Off Party

The Kentucky Club

4162-68 Manchester in the Grove

COST: Wristbands are $25.00 and are your admission to the event.

Thursday, May 17th
Happy Hour

Thirst for Life – Cocktails for a Cause
Visit one of several bars throughout the metro area and at least 25% of your bill will benefit the St. Louis Effort for AIDS and PAWS

Thursday, May 24th
Science Frontiers: “It’s So Easy Being Green: Breaking New Ground in (Residential & Commercial) Green Building Design & Construction.”
Attend this special event—held at the Alberici Headquarters—to learn more about the growing trend in Green Building Design & Construction. Several experts in the field will provide insights into this hot topic—and don’t miss the reception and Alberici building tours! Register to attend at http://www.sc.wustl.edu/
Cost: Free


Anonymous said...

Fun stuff you missed!!
The Thursday, May 24th event
presented by Science Frontiers: “It’s So Easy Being Green: Breaking New Ground in (Residential & Commercial) Green Building Design & Construction" at
Alberici Headquarters was a real treat.

That building is awesome. They capture rainwater to flush toilets. The employees have a free gym on site. They only grow native plants so they spend no money on unnecessary irrigation and everyone has a window view from his/her desk. AND Mr. Alberici doesn't have an office; his desk is at a cubicle. How egalitarian is that!
They presented a couple of speakers of some hotty-totty architects and designers that was worth some sort of architect continuing ed credit.

Science Frontiers is offering all types of other interesting adn FREE events throughout the city this summer. I've updated th summer calenadr to include some of thier events.

Anonymous said...

Oh, May concerts!!

Twilight Tuesday May 22 featuring Javier Mendoza was great. I admit, I was so busy socializing & enjoying everyone's company I didn't listen too closely to the performer. But I dod love his rythmic latin-inspired beats. His voice is nice, too. He'll be perfoming at other free venues this summer. DO check him out.

Jungle Boogie on May 25 featuring Ralph Butler Band. Regrettably it got rained in, so they perfomed inside the Living World. But the RB Band, featuring Teddy on Bass is always fun. They are an upbeat cover band that will cover almost ANYTHING. If it's popular they play it, and play it well - country, R&B, rock, even folk and hip-hop. Great faimily fun and terrific musicianship --- and Ralph has such a pleasant and honest smile. How can you sing and sway along. And a plus, people brought and enjoyed their own snacks & I saw few people sipping their own beer. SO next time, we can go and keep it affordable.

See you at the next free concert at Twilight Tuesdays