The Little St. Nick Foundation was started in Lynbrook, NY by a 5-year old boy, Ray Mohler Jr., that had a rare hip disease. After having to be in the hospital for 8 hours, he felt bad for the kids that were still in the hospital when he left. That year Ray Jr. decided to donate half of his Christmas gifts to kids in the hospital. It grew and grew every year until it turned into the Little St. Nick Foundation. The Little St. Nick Foundation now has an emergency room gift bag program where they provide ER gift bags to hospitals year around, an annual toy drive, and much more! Agha Haider started the St. Louis chapter of the Little St. Nick Foundation in the summer of 2016 after a nerve wrecking hospital visit after breaking his leg. The St. Louis chapter now provides emergency room gift bags, toys, and books to local area hospitals including Mercy Children's Hospital, Missouri Baptist, Shriner's Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital, and St. Anthony's Medical Center.
20% of the total beverage and food proceeds will go to the Little St. Nick Foundation. The Little St. Nick Foundation will then use the money to buy toys for a party the Little St. Nick Foundation is hosting in March at Shriner's Childrens Hospital. If you are interested in attending the fundraiser at CPK or have any questions please email us at email@example.com or call us at (636) 891-4531.
Science and Sustainability Open House Weekend
February 25–26, 2017
1 to 4 p.m. each day
Science and Conservation Open House
Monsanto Center (4500 Shaw Blvd.)
Go behind the science with Missouri Botanical Garden botanists! Discover how and why scientists study plants. Then, explore our herbarium and library.
EarthWays Center – the Garden Sustainability Division - Open House
Commerce Bank Center for Science Education (4651 Shaw Blvd.)
Meet the Garden’s sustainability experts! Learn about the 20+ programs that the EarthWays team coordinates in the community to educate and connect people to what they can do to protect and restore air, water, and soil so that plants and people can thrive.
Both events are free and open to the public. More details and directions are available at www.mobot.org/openhouse.
Materials saved from the landfill:
Skills you’ll learn:
carving, shaping, sanding
Handmade wooden spoons and scoops make beautiful heirloom pieces and wonderful hostess gifts. The class will lead you through basic hand carving skills to create a wooden salt or herb spoon or scoop from reclaimed hardwood. Participants will use a carving knife, spoon gouge, and sand paper to shape and refine their piece. The class will also cover proper care for wooden utensils using Perennial’s homemade wood wax.
With any woodworking project, it takes time to become proficient, but this is a great project to help you dive into multiple planning and building skills!
Last day to register: Monday, February 20
South Tech MAKES is proud to introduce WE (Women Entrepreneurs) MAKE, an interactive event exposing 8th, 9th, and 10th graders to the maker movement and the power of design and entrepreneurship. Participants will have the opportunity to join in two hands-on creative workshops and learn from inspiring women who are transforming our world and St. Louis through their careers that blur art, design and entrepreneurship.
This event is open to the public. 8th, 9th and 10th graders from St. Louis area schools are eligible to participate in workshops; registration is required and space is limited.
Mardi Gras Grand Parade Day
2pm showing – $10 Adult / Youth (under 18) Free
7pm showing – $15 Adult / $10 Youth (under 18) / $10 Seniors 65+
The Collective commissioned St. Louis playwright and Story Stitchers artist in residence Lauron Thompson to write and direct the Saint Louis Story Stitchers first play, Not Another One! A Play 4 Peace. The play is based on a youth-led discussion with police and civic leaders on gun violence. Topics such as trauma, legal rights, and police shootings were explored in an open and respectful manner. The play features original hip hop music by Story Stitchers artist in residence K.P. Dennis. Not Another One! is dedicated to those lost and impacted by gun violence.
What are the 2017 trends for digital marketing in the music industry? Need tips on how artists are curating their social media channels? How can artists capture and retain the attention of a music consumer?
Learn this and MUCH more in this edition of Stereo Assault Presents: The Artist Development Lecture-Workshop Series.
This month's lecture topic is “Digital Marketing” featuring lecturer Quinelle Holder of the Medium PR Agency, LLC. Known for being one of the leading figures in the digital marketing campaign for Desiigner's hit song, "Panda", Coach Q will present a 30 minute lecture on how to approach digital marketing campaigns in 2017.
- Digital Marketing Techniques
- How To Use Social Media
- Create & Maintain Awareness With Marketing
The workshop series has been designed for anyone interested in working in the entertainment industry. The series consists of lectures & workshops presented by experienced, seasoned and leading activists in the entertainment industry.
This panel is brought to you by Finesse Center, TeamBackPack, SendBeatsTo, ULSTN & The College Of Hip Hop App. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New American Classic
Tyler Samuel's And The Bad Hair Cuts
A Scarlet Summer
Live Acoustic Music
A documentary by STL filmmaker Dan Parris. In the wake of the events of Ferguson, 7 graduate students advocate for minority rights via protests and political advocacy. There will be a panel discussion after the film. Admission is free and all are welcome to participate.
The Young Friends of the Missouri History Museum present their third annual trivia night and silent auction at the Missouri History Museum (5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112), hosted by Phil Donato of St. Louis Public Radio. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st-3rd place tables. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; trivia starts at 7:00 p.m. Cost is $300 for table of 10. Includes beer, water and soda; outside food and non-alcoholic beverages welcome. For more information, please visit mohistory.org/TriviaNight2017 or call (314) 361-9017. Sponsorships available! For information on sponsorship opportunities, e-mail <email@example.com>. Proceeds will benefit the Museum’s vast collections.
Big Daddy’s on the Landing is the official “Cruzan Rum Late Night Headquarters” of Mardi Gras! Check us out All Week for “The Best Mardi Gras Experience in the Whole Wide World”
Join us for a Trivia Night presented by The League of Women Voters of Metro St. Louis at First Congregational Church of Webster Groves UCC, 10 W. Lockwood, Webster Groves, MO 63119. Doors open at 6:30 pm, Trivia starts at 7:00. Tickets are $25 per person up to a table of 10. Round sponsorships are also available for $150 per round. Price includes soda, water, and snacks. Feel free to bring your own food and adult beverages to share with your table. The night will feature general trivia with some politically-themed Q's, mulligans, 50/50 raffle, heads or tails, and other games. Cash prizes for the highest scoring table. Dan Dillon will be the evening's emcee. For more information: Pat Jones (314) 807-8346 or PatJones@lwvstl.org. Click here for payment: lwvstl.org or mail checks payable to LWV of Metro STL, 8706 Manchester Rd., Suite 104, St. Louis, MO 63144. Proceeds benefit The League of Women Voters of Metro St. Louis
Two Cities One World will be performing live at Schlafly Bottleworks Feb 25. An original band mixing jazz/funk/pop/latin/world and r&b. Artists we like to cover include, Victor Wooten, Corrine Baily Rae, Stevie Wonder, Snarky Puppy and the family dinner.
Discover the glory of a fantastically rich culture, that of classical China, brought to life through brilliantly choreographed dance and mesmerizing, all-original orchestral compositions. Magnificently costumed dancers—the world's elite—move in poetic arrangements that evoke pastoral beauty, imperial drama, and the glory of an ancient civilization. This season, discover what art was meant to be. Discover Shen Yun.
DJ G. Wiz hosts Musical Edu-Tainment at The Stage at KDHX each month.DJ G. Wiz schools the audience in soul, hip hop, pop, R&B and jazz with the sights and sounds of the 1960's to the present at this monthly live multimedia event.
The Mound City Slickers play old-time string band music with passion, drive, and a great sense of humor.
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