Feb 28 Wednesday
Join us for the first installment of the 2024 Civic Pride Foundation Explorer Series when we visit the .Zack Theater!
Not only is this a wonderful event and performance venue, it is also home to the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Join Executive Director Chris Hansen as he and his team share the organization's history and new developments, with a focus on how they helped build Grand Center into one of the nation's most exciting Arts Districts!
We will also have local artist and recent Spark Grant Award recipient, Cbabi Bayoc on to share his work and his strong relationship with the Kranzberg Arts family and the arts community.
Enjoy light appetizers and complimentary beverages from 4Hands and 1220 Spirits. As with each event, a raffle will be held featuring an awesome staycation package. Attendees can purchase raffle tickets at the event with cash or credit card. All raffle proceeds go to support the St. Louis Civic Pride Foundation.
Brief remarks will take place after 5:00 pm and the winner of our raffle will be drawn by 6:00 pm. You must be in attendance to win!
Mar 03 Sunday
The Ales for Tails beer festival is back for 2024! Ales for Tails 2024 is sponsored by Instinct, The Raw Brand, and supports Tenth Life Cat Rescue & Needy Paws Dog Rescue. Guests will enjoy 4 hours of beer samples from local homebrewers while listening to music and voting for your 3 favorite beers. Tenth Life & Needy Paws will be onsite with adoption information. Proceeds from this event go to Tenth Life and Needy Paws to help them take care of our four legged pals. Please note that only service animals are permitted.
Mar 09 Saturday
From Gaza to West Africa to North St. Louis, the resistance of oppressed peoples throughout the world is shaking the foundation of the colonial mode of production built on the enslavement of African people and the genocide of the Indigenous people.
This is a call to white people to go beyond protest and build the movement of anti-colonial solidarity with the African Revolution, under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party.
Oppose U.S.-backed genocidal wars in Occupied Palestine, Africa, Haiti, Latin America and within the colonial borders of the U.S. No More Genocide in Our Name!
Take action to demand the U.S. government drop the bogus charges against the Uhuru 3 - Uhuru Movement founder/leader Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Uhuru Solidarity leaders Penny Hess and Jesse Nevel - who face 15 years in prison for fighting for reparations to African people. Defend the right to freedom of speech!
Register for the USM National Convention to build the movement for white solidarity with Black Power and reparations as a revolutionary demand, under the leadership of the African Revolution! Register for $50 for both days at NoMoreGenocide.eventbee.com
Join us for a morning of self-reflection and self-healing with Shannon Lee hosted by the Very Asian Foundation and the Bruce Lee Foundation!We are excited to welcome Shannon Lee to St. Louis to discuss her book, "Be Water, My Friend" at the Duane Reed Gallery.This is a free event, but registration is required.We encourage guests to preorder a copy of the book ahead of time from Left Bank Books at www.left-bank.com. There will be a signing line before the excerpt reading and discussion for guests to get their books personalized.Proceeds benefit the Very Asian Foundation & the Bruce Lee Foundation. For more information, visit www.veryasianfoundation.org and www.bruceleefoundation.org.
Name that Tune, Can I Buy A Vowel?, Answers in Form of Questions and more...
Experience the excitement of the spotlight and become the star of Sunnyhill's Game Show Trivia Night!
Attention St. Louis trivia fans, this is going to be the best trivia night near you in 2024! Join us for an unforgettable evening of fun, laughter, and entertainment that will leave you feeling exhilarated.
Our trivia night is designed to bring the community together and make a difference in the lives of individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities. By participating, you will not only have a great time, but you will also support Sunnyhill, a local nonprofit.
With classic game show themed trivia question rounds inspired by famous game shows, our trivia night will put your knowledge to the test and bring out the competitor in you. You'll feel the thrill of the game as you compete with your team and enjoy the camaraderie of the event.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your team, put on your game face, and get ready to have an unforgettable night of entertainment.
Let's make a difference together!
Proceeds support Sunnyhill's mission of creating a world of opportunities for people diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
About the Campaign
Get ready for the Academy Awards at Tricks and Flicks Trivia Night benefiting the Friends of the St. Charles Animal Shelter! This event will feature rounds of general knowledge trivia, raffles, 50/50, and more. Guests are encouraged to dress up and decorate their table like their favorite "flick" - even better if it's an animal-themed flick! Tables of 8 are available for $160.
The Maryville University Trivia Night is an annual event scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 2024, at the Gander Dining Hall on the Maryville University campus. Attendees can form teams and purchase tickets at $240 per eight-person table. Each ticket includes two drink tickets per guest, a set of four mulligans per table for trivia, and access to the online auction. This year's theme is "Game Night," encouraging participants to dress up and decorate their tables in the style of their favorite board games or video games. The doors open at 6 p.m. CT, and the trivia competition kicks off at 7 p.m. Guests are welcome to bring their own food to enjoy during the event, but outside beverages are not allowed. The event offers a variety of additional alcoholic beverages for purchase once the initial drink tickets are used. Soft drinks and water will also be provided. We will play classics like Chutes and Ladders and Monopoly to popular video games like Super Mario, Pac-Man, Minecraft, and Halo.
Apr 20 Saturday
Potpourri is an annual 500-family garage sale held at John Burroughs School. It features great deals on clothing and shoes for the whole family, jewelry, an extensive selection of books, furniture, housewares and home decor, toys, sporting goods, pet items, holiday decor, crafts, luggage, office supplies, electronics, and so much more. Follow us @jbspotpourri. Admission is FREE!
Apr 27 Saturday
Join Safe Connections for our 17th Annual TOGETHER! Engaging Women | Empowering Girls brunch!
As one of our area’s most inspirational women’s event, the TOGETHER! Brunch will offer an inspirational speaker, several raffle items, a silent auction, and camaraderie. All proceeds raised will benefit the programs of Safe Connections which is our 24-hour Crisis Helpline, therapy services, and prevention ed