Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Stuff You've Missed Out on - June 2008 - updated

Okay the word is out. GrooveBack Wednesdays at Posh are What's up. I didn't make it, but I heard it was All the Way Live. It was a blast and that I shouldn't miss going the Grooveback Wednesday with DJ Needles ever again. It's free, the drinks are luscious, and the music was right on time.

And the Wine & Beer Tasting sponsored by Connect With... was fabulous. There were well over 100 of St. Louis' most gregarious young professionals. For $5, you could enjoy as many bottles of Schlafly and Ray Hills as you wanted. And Twin Oaks Winery (of Farmington, MO) & Stone Hill Winery (of Hermann, MO) were pouring the entire evening. You really missed out. Plus, a big save by Scott Lapp of River City Professionals. He donated cases of beer from his personal reserve for the event.

Don't miss out on the next Wine Tasting Event sponsored by the Young Friends of the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Young Friends’ Wine Tasting
June 18, 2008
Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House (near Faust Park in Chesterfield, MO)
6 to 8 p.m.
Sample the best vintages of Mount Pleasant Winery with other young professionals in the beautiful backdrop of the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House.
Cost: $20 ($15 for Garden Members)
Ticket price includes appetizers, live music, and a commemorative wine glass.
Space is limited! Reserve your spot today!For more information about this event or Young Friends of the Garden, contact Andrea Sykes or call (314) 577-9432.
I didn't make it, so please, someone leave a comment about how great the event was.

The Urban League Young Professionals Renaisance Gala was fabulous. The house was packed. We had a BALL!!

Late Breaker --I learned about a social networking event sponsored by the RBC. It was simply beautiful. The pool balcony of the Four Seasons...Sorry no pictures available. If anyone wants to offer some pics, please forward them. I'm still learning about the RBC - Regional Business Council, but what I've gleaned, it's a great organization that attracts and retains young professionals in the region. Check them out.
I hope you're not still missing out on all of this GREAT Stuff.

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