FOOD TRUCK TUESDAYS
Tuesdays through October
2-21 LUCHA! Open for $1 Taco Tuesday Lunch
2-28 Vincent Van Doughnut will be here for Breakfast Service
3-7 Rack & Clutch + STL BLT
Lunch Service from 11am-1pm
These activities are geared towards children between the ages of 2 and 6.
Come join us for a jam-packed hour filled with exciting, engaging, and hands on activities your youngster will surely love! We will read stories, move to the music, create beautiful masterpieces, and explore sensory bin materials. There will also be make it/take it items and recipes to utilize at home.
Reading- Because of You and How Kind!.
Music and Movement- “Kindness Begins With Me” and “If You’re Kind and You Know It”.
Sensory Play-kindness sensory bottles and kindness dough.
Art- kind bird feeders, planting seeds of kindness, and kindness trees.
Facilitator: Stacey Georges
Sleep SignalsBlending elements of hard rock and modern metal, Sleep Signals has garnered a dedicated following across the US in a very short period of time. Along with their high-energy live performance and relentless tour schedule, the band had help from the release of their debut full-length album, Open Your Eyes. Their highly anticipated sophomore effort, Transitions, has a 2/26/16 release date. Sure to please fans of rock and metal alike, the five-piece group from Minneapolis, MN set out to meld their roots in metal and hardcore with a catchier and hook-driven anthemic feel. That sonic dichotomy can be heard all over Transitions. While many of the album's tracks explore deeper and more thematic material, you’re as likely to hear a song about partying or life on the road. A rigorous, upcoming tour schedule finds the band playing almost daily throughout the first half of 2016. It is giving Sleep Signals the chance to bring their unique blend of catchy hooks, 80's-inspired guitars, and heavy breakdowns to a long list of venues. Catch them at a show near you…
Guns Out At SundownBeers, Beards, and Breakdowns.
On February 21st, St. Louis Legacy Ensemble holds their second Legacy Jam of 2017 at BB’s. The evening starts at 6:30 with a clinic for the students, a set at 7:30PM, and a Professionals of Legacy Set at 9PM. The featured professional will be Steve Ewing of The Urge fame.
Materials saved from the landfill:
Skills you’ll learn:
Look ma, no knitting needles! Learn how to knit using just your arms instead of traditional needles. This class will introduce you to basic knitting stitches, how to cast on, and bind off. Participants will learn to arm knit with t-yarn to create a cozy cowl for those chilly days. This portable craft is great for beginner knitters since all you need is yarn! The class will share tips and tricks to turning an old tee into a ball of usable yarn.
Last day to register: Thursday, February 16
When You Blew It! frontman Tanner Jones describes the influence of the band’s Orlando, Florida hometown, he notes that everything feels like osmosis, a process that sees a solvent moving through a semipermeable membrane from a lower concentration into a higher concentration.
In partnership with the International Institute of St. Louis
Foreign correspondent, decorated veteran, and author of the critically-acclaimed novel “Green on Blue,” Elliot Ackerman presents a timely new novel of stunning humanity and tension. Set in 2013 as the Syrian revolution wanes and the Islamic State rises, “Dark at the Crossing” is the entangled story of an Iraqi-American intent on crossing the border to fight in Syria, and a Syrian couple scarred by the loss of their only daughter.
"Welcome to NOLA Swing in St. Louis, every Tuesday at HandleBar in the Grove 8 PM - 12 AM.
Free admission, one drink minimum at the bar, tip the band.
St. Louis trad jazz band The Gaslight Squares are joining us for a special night of live music to dance our worries away!
8 - 8:30 PM Free beginner intro to swing lesson!
8:30 PM - 12:00 AM live music by The Gaslight Squares!
Happy Hour drink prices all night long and half priced pizzas!"
Réginald Auger, Laval University (Canada), discusses 20 years of archaeological research at the Loyola sugar plantation operated by the Jesuits in French Guiana from 1665 until their expulsion in 1763. Here, up to 500 slaves labored to produce a number of cash crops under the close supervision of a handful of missionaries.
Jeremy Joyce will play live jazz music while Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX provides happy hour drink specials.Introducing your next Wednesday night tradition! Enjoy free jazz locations all night at Grand Center all within walking distance. Sponsored by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX: Jeremy Joyce 5-7pmKranzberg Arts Center: Jazz Jam hosted by Bob DeBoo and Friends 7-9pmThe Dark Room (+21): Jazz hang w/ Kasimu Taylor Trio 9-11pmFree for all ages.
Greenway Network presents River Soundings, a Discussion on Living With Rivers. This free panel presentation takes place on Wednesday, February 22 at 5:30 pm at the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor Center in Forest Park. Panelists include Post-Dispatch columnist Tony Messenger, Washington University Earth Sciences professor Dr. Robert Criss, and Brad Walker, Rivers Director for the Missouri Coalition for the Environment. KDHX Earthworms podcast host Jean Ponzi will moderate the discussion. For more information visit www.greenwaynetwork.org.
Creative Exchange Lab (CEL) presents an evening with Edna Patterson-Petty, a fabric artist, who will speak about her work in lieu of Black History Month. Edna Patterson-Petty is nationally known for her art quilts and the stories they express. She has won several awards including the Grand Center Visionary Award and the 2008 NAACP Arts Award. Her quilts have been exhibited in galleries nationally and internationally.
Duo show at BOB from 6-8pm.
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