Perennial’s Community Clothing Swap will be hosted in our new, larger space! Each clothing swap is set-up like a department store (all shirts in one spot, all pants in another, etc.). You bring clothes you no longer want (but are still in fine shape) and take home new-to-you items from the swap.
St. Louis Mayoral Debate: Questions from the People, is sponsored by more than 10 community organizations including St. Louis Action Council, ArchCity Defenders and Deaconess Foundation. We feel it is important to convene a collective space for candidates to respond to real questions by community-focused organizations.
Artists for a Cause presents its inaugural "Dance for Food" series in St. Louis. The 1-hour professional dance showcase includes performances from five St. Louis dance companies, where audience admission is donated nonperishable food. For more information, visit a4ac.org.
The Luther College Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Daniel Baldwin, will perform at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 327 Woods Mill Road, Manchester, Missouri. The concert is part of the Symphony Orchestra's 2017 Midwest Tour. The concert is open to the public with a freewill donation taken at the door. There is no charge for students.The program begins with a suite of dances from Aaron Copland's 1938 ballet "Billy the Kid," then features the strings and harp alone in "Five Variants of 'Dives and Lazarus'" by Ralph Vaughan Williams. After an intermission, the concert concludes with Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade" Op. 35, a symphonic suite based on the folk tales "Arabian Nights."
Acclaimed director/choreographer and 2016 Tony Award winner Christopher Wheeldon brings the magic and romance of Paris into perfect harmony with unforgettable songs from George and Ira Gershwin in the show that earned more awards than any other musical in the 2015 season.
Shows are Tuesdays thru Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 6:30 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 2 PM and Sundays at 1 PM.
Local Irish playwright, Patrick Conroy, has written a powerful new play in tribute to the 100th year anniversary of the Irish Revolution. The 1970’s and 1980’s were a turbulent time in Irish History. The Irish Republican Army (IRA), a paramilitary organization seeking civil rights for its people and the reunification of Ireland defended their areas against the occupying British Forces. This fictitious story tells of the chance encounter of a young British Soldier and a recently retired IRA operative. Their personal struggles, their lives and the lives of their families quickly become entangled and entwined. This play attempts to describe the thoughts and actions of people caught up in roles not entirely of their choosing. In war, there are no easy answers and lives are forever changed.
One relationship, limitless possibilities. When Roland and Marianne meet at a party, a multiverse of potential outcomes unfolds. Each choice they make unlocks a series of branching paths — some wonderful, some tragic. Nick Payne’s genre-busting new play explores these alternate universes with wit, wonder and an overflowing sense of life.
Shows are Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 7 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 4 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
Local folk duos The Leonas and The Fog Lights team up to bring you an evening of dynamic acoustic music. Both groups combine original songwriting, skillful playing and instinctive vocal harmonies to convey the complexity of the human experience. Don't miss a night of unforgettable live performances from exciting local musicians!
New Partners for Smart Growth will offer an open to the public implementation workshop on “What to Do, Why Do It and How to Get It Done”. Featuring both local and national experts and successful case studies, this half-day workshop will focus on providing strategies, tools, resources and case studies covering the ins-and-outs of tactical urbanism, crowdfunding, the power and inspiration of youth engagement, and the integration of arts in placemaking. No need to sign up, just show up!
Tommy Halloran 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.
Dumb Vision (Madison)https://dumbvision.bandcamp.com/releasesSkin Tagshttps://skintags.bandcamp.com/Bring $ for the touring band.
Introduction to Zen Meditation classes given by Reverend Daigaku Rumme
5 Thursday evenings starting Feb.2, 2017
Register by calling 314-669-4465 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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