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Upcoming events

22
May
2022

05-22-2022

A vintage car and motorcycle show. a celebrations of cars and  local music. Featuring live bluegrass, americana, country, and rock music from Curt Copeland,The Cotton Chops and Sons of ill Repute. Music starts at 11 am.

For more information, email Rob Borkin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

22
May
2022

05-22-2022

Relax in the Biergarten with brunch, bottomless mimosas and live music from the Tommy Halloran Trio. We open at 10, music starts at 11.

For more information, email Anne S. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

22
May
2022

Seven remarkable women all pondering the work of “de” and “re” in some way have come together for this exhibition to share the poetry that is this lifelong, generational process of doing and undoing and doing. 

Of unlearning and remaking. 

Of leaving and becoming. 

Of holding cultural histories dear and forming new cultural contexts.

Of building new communities of individual and shared identities.

This exhibition of photographic work is an invitation to ponder the kinds of constructions that compose every aspect of our lives. This artwork is an invitation to wonder at our abilities as humans to deconstruct those things which do not serve us or our communities well, and the even more remarkable tenacity we have to reconstruct new possibilities for our future.  

FEATURINGNatalie Christensen, Connie Flores, Carol Lara, Brea Youngblood, Tiffany J. Sutton, Aïda Hasanović, and April Parviz

March 28 - May 22, 2022

Gallery hours : Monday - Friday,  Noon - 6PM

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Dovetail Reception: May 1st, featuring Chef Rob Connoley with performances by Leverage Dance Theater and Mirthala Wieneman. More information coming soon to our website.

 

22
May
2022

One of Nashville's finest Americana/Blues/Roots songwriters will be performing live in the St Louis area (Edwardsville Ill) on May 22nd. Mike Younger will be performing a matinee show live at The Cabin at Judy Creek on May 22nd from 2-6pm. He will be presenting original work as well as digging into his juke joint songbook of classic blues tunes. He will be joined by special guests Butch Moore and Alexandra Sinclair from the St Louis blues scene.

For more information, email Arthur Finecastle at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

22
May
2022

05-22-2022

High energy modern alternative hard rock hits 90s and up served hot!

For more information, email Shawn Gallagher at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/16223/t/tickets

22
May
2022

Come join us at Dellwood Skating Rink for the first of our FREE summer Community Skate Series! Free food, skate lessons, skate rental, skate performances by Professor X STL Street Swagg Legend, music performances by Drummer the DJ and the Skeet Rodgers Band, and more! Our first event is May 22!

For more information, email Stephanie Larimer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

http://www.skateculturestl.com

22
May
2022

05-22-2022

Benton Park kicks off its Summer Concert Series with The Mighty Pines! Pack your picnic blanket and head out to Benton Park for a free show. Pizza will be sold by Cafe Piazza and BPNA will have neighborhood merchandise and drinks for sale! Check out our website for info on the rest of the series. Concerts every month on the second to last Sunday of the month!!

For more information, email Britt Nelson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.bpnastl.org/events-meetings

22
May
2022

The literary journal “december” has a long and impressive history. It was a pioneer in the “little” magazine and small-press movement in the late 1950s and early ‘60s and was renowned for publishing “cutting edge” fiction, non-fiction, and poetry before that phrase became part of the vernacular. The staff of “december” continue to carry on its mission. With a new edition to be released, CAM hosts a reading of a selection of the writers included.

For more information, email Eddie Silva at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

22
May
2022

Set in the late 1970s, the story follows a group of men who make a living driving Gypsy cabs, as they navigate love, loss, hope, and ultimately, community with a passion that transcends all races.

Cast:

Kevin Brown - Becker

Edward Hill - Doub

Alex Jay - Rena

Drummond Crenshaw - Turnbo

Phil Dixon - Booster

Robert Mitchell - Shealy

Olajuwon Davis - Youngblood

J. Samuel Davis - Fielding

Richard Harris - Philmore

Brian McKinley - Doub (U/S)

Production:

Director/Producer - Ron Himes

Assistant Director - John "Ray" Proctor

Costume Designer - Jamie Bullins

Lighting Designer - Joe Clapper

Scenic Designer - Harlan Penn

Sound Designer - Justin Scmitz

Poperties - Taijha Silas

Stage Manager - Tatiana Durant

Assistant Director - Nychollete Easter

For more information, email Micaela Griffin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

http://theblackrep.org/jitney

22
May
2022

Spine Bookstore & Café presents Indie Poetry hosted by Daniel W. Wright. This week our featured poet is Agnes Vojta. Agnes Vojta grew up in Germany, spent a few years in California, Oregon, and England, and now lives in Rolla, Missouri where she teaches physics at Missouri S&T. She is the author of A Coracle for Dreams (2022, Spartan Press), The Eden of Perhaps (2020, Spartan Press), and Porous Land (2019, Spartan Press), and her poems have appeared in a variety of magazines.

After the featured poet, as per usual, we will be hosting an open mic for anyone who wants to read their own work. Doors at 6:00. Poetry begins at 7:00.

For more information, email Mark Pannebecker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

22
May
2022

05-22-2022

A Sunday evening drag event! Hosted by Aiden Control and Tiffany Sapphire, this drag extravaganza will feature performances by both hosts as well as Lola Control and Moxxi Mayhem!

For more information, email Megan Scherrer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

23
May
2022

Seven remarkable women all pondering the work of “de” and “re” in some way have come together for this exhibition to share the poetry that is this lifelong, generational process of doing and undoing and doing. 

Of unlearning and remaking. 

Of leaving and becoming. 

Of holding cultural histories dear and forming new cultural contexts.

Of building new communities of individual and shared identities.

This exhibition of photographic work is an invitation to ponder the kinds of constructions that compose every aspect of our lives. This artwork is an invitation to wonder at our abilities as humans to deconstruct those things which do not serve us or our communities well, and the even more remarkable tenacity we have to reconstruct new possibilities for our future.  

FEATURINGNatalie Christensen, Connie Flores, Carol Lara, Brea Youngblood, Tiffany J. Sutton, Aïda Hasanović, and April Parviz

March 28 - May 22, 2022

Gallery hours : Monday - Friday,  Noon - 6PM

— — —

Dovetail Reception: May 1st, featuring Chef Rob Connoley with performances by Leverage Dance Theater and Mirthala Wieneman. More information coming soon to our website.

 

23
May
2022

Set in the late 1970s, the story follows a group of men who make a living driving Gypsy cabs, as they navigate love, loss, hope, and ultimately, community with a passion that transcends all races.

Cast:

Kevin Brown - Becker

Edward Hill - Doub

Alex Jay - Rena

Drummond Crenshaw - Turnbo

Phil Dixon - Booster

Robert Mitchell - Shealy

Olajuwon Davis - Youngblood

J. Samuel Davis - Fielding

Richard Harris - Philmore

Brian McKinley - Doub (U/S)

Production:

Director/Producer - Ron Himes

Assistant Director - John "Ray" Proctor

Costume Designer - Jamie Bullins

Lighting Designer - Joe Clapper

Scenic Designer - Harlan Penn

Sound Designer - Justin Scmitz

Poperties - Taijha Silas

Stage Manager - Tatiana Durant

Assistant Director - Nychollete Easter

For more information, email Micaela Griffin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

http://theblackrep.org/jitney

24
May
2022

05-24-2022

Awaken your body and bask in the morning sunlight! This gentle yoga practice is designed to energize and align your body and mind through movement and breath.

WHEN: Tuesdays, May 3 through October 18; 7-7:45 a.m. 

WHERE: Kiener Plaza, 500 Chestnut St., St. Louis, MO 63101

COST: Free and open to the public. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit https://archpark.org/events/sunrise-yoga

24
May
2022

05-24-2022
Online

You’re invited to join us for our virtual monthly coffee talks hosted by NCJWSTL’s Past President, Susan Katzman, and Vice President of Membership, Lisa Gubernik. We will be sipping our favorite morning beverages and enjoying each other’s company while discussing light topics. Join us Tuesday, May 24, 2022, as we welcome Maxine Clark, NCJWSTL member and Chief Inspirator of the Delmar DivINe initiative. Maxine will talk about her vision and why the neighborhood around Delmar and the old St. Luke's Hospital is important for revitalization. We know you will be inspired by her energy, passion, and commitment to St. Louis.

For more information and to RSVP visit: https://bit.ly/May22ncjwstlCT

24
May
2022

Guides from The Nature Institute in Godfrey and the Piasa Palisades Group of the Sierra Club will lead you along the trails of the Heartland Prairie and help you identify a variety of wildflowers and grasses. This Guided Prairie Walk takes place on Tuesday, May 24th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Gordon Moore Park in Alton.

24
May
2022

05-24-2022
Online

Hosted by Charlie Walden on the Folk School Facebook Page2nd & 4th Tuesdays every month.

24
May
2022

05-24-2022

In celebration of Bob Dylan's 81st birthday, Bob Case will play an evening of Dylan's songs with his band and also as a soloist. "If your arms are empty got no place to go Come on out and catch the show."

Blue Strawberry STL is a music showroom and lounge in the CWE. Local and national acts take the stage. Thoughtful menu, wines and cocktails.

For more information, email Jim Dolan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/16550/t/tickets

25
May
2022

05-25-2022
Online

Join the American Red Cross for 20 minutes via Teams online or by phone for a Volunteer Fair all from the comfort and safety of your home.

This is a great opportunity to learn: 

• The many different volunteer opportunities that exist for nearly anyone’s schedule and desire to help the local community

• How you can help people…in-person or even from the comfort and safety of your own home

• How families continue to depend on the Red Cross volunteers every day for emergency support, including disaster response, support for our military and veterans, supplying life-saving blood to people in need

• How you can be part of the largest humanitarian agency in the world

• The answers to questions you may have

Register to attend: https://www.redcross.org/ARCVolunteerFair (You will then receive an email with the online link and/or call-in information to join)

The work of the Red Cross has never been more important and the demand for services has never been higher. Volunteers carry out 90% of the humanitarian work of the Red Cross. It is through the efforts of ordinary ‘everyday heroes’ that we can do extraordinary things. Join us to find out how little time it takes to have a huge impact on your local community.

Any questions or to schedule a custom presentation to your group, please contactKristin Pendleton (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Call or Text: 314-281-7968

https://volunteerconnection.redcross.org/?nd=vms_public_form&form_id=8042

25
May
2022

05-25-2022
Online

Join NCJWSTL for a free, virtual panel discussion as we welcome the Hon. Stacey Newman, former Missouri State Representative, Rabbi Andrea Goldstein, Shaare Emeth, and Dana Sandweiss, Attorney and Founder of AccessMO. Guest speakers will discuss the implications of the impending Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, expected to be finalized June 2022. Learn more about abortion from the Jewish perspective, the legal ramifications this likely judicial finding will have in Missouri, and the actions we will take together. 

To RSVP or if you have questions, contact Jen Bernstein at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call the office at (314) 993.5181.

https://bit.ly/39AAG18