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3rd Annual Wine & Jazz Under the Stars in St.Louis


3rd Annual Wine & Jazz Under the Stars in St.Louis

Friday, September 20, 2019 From 6:00 Pm-9:00 Pm and includes wine, appetizers, and valet parking. Columbia Foundation for the Arts is located at 5333 Columbia Ave, St Louis, MO 63139 (located on The Hill at the corner of Columbia Ave and Edwards Street).

About Event:

Help support Classic 107.3 and enjoy a wonderful evening of entertainment, wine, and hors d'oeuvres this fall! Featuring Elsie Parker & The Poor People of Paris, Wine & Jazz Under the Stars will be held at the spectacular Columbia Foundation for the Arts on the Hill, a unique open-air venue that was a vaudeville theatre in the 1920s, showcasing the talents of performers such as Harry Houdini and the Three Stooges. Today this restored historic landmark contains beautiful works of art created by founder Frank H. Schwaiger, among others, and is built around a gorgeous courtyard and outdoor performance stage. 

Elsie Parker & The Poor People of Paris is a popular local group specializing in jazz and French music, including the songs of Edith Piaf, as well as their own compositions. Members are Elsie Parker (French vocals/flutes/clarinet/tenor saxophone), Ken Kehner (piano/keyboard), William Lenihan (guitar & accordion), Wayne Coniglio (bass) and Alan Schilling (drums and percussion).

Wine & Jazz Under the Stars is an evening not-to-be-missed! Tickets are $95 per person ($75 for young professionals, ages 21-40) and include wine, appetizers and valet parking. There will be a raffle and a silent auction with all proceeds benefiting Classic 107.3. Dress to relax and enjoy the weather, come straight from work, or wear your best jazz-age fashions!
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CommUNITY Arts Concert in St.Louis

CommUNITY Art's Concert is a celebration of Saint Louis's finest artists joining together with one unified voice for our city. The concert features works demonstrating Saint Louis culture, history, and community.

Using the communicative power of art, local artists and companies unite with one voice through dance, music, poetry, visual arts, and aerial arts.

Featuring St. Louis Artists:
Young Artists Workshop 2019
Ashleyliane Dance Company
Emily Duggins
The Angel Band Project
Ballet 314
M Gray Art
Abigail Stahlschmidt
Melissa Cohen Allen

Sponsored by: Kranzberg Arts Foundation, Institute for Public Health at Washington University, Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis Higher Education Channel TV (HEC-TV)

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Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Gala Luncheon in St.Louis

Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Gala Luncheon in St.Louis Saturday, September 21, 2019
11:15 am-12:00 pm: Check-in, networking and silent auction
12:00-1:00 pm: Luncheon
The .Zack Urban Ballroom: 3224 Locust Street, St. Louis MO 63103 We invite you to come to two great Hope Creates events in September, recognizing National Recovery Month. Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger.

First, Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Gala Luncheon:
Join us for our inaugural celebration of our remarkable youth and young adults who have embraced their sobriety and their creativity. These outstanding young people model a sober and creative life and inspire other young addicts to know there is hope that they can do the same. Enjoy delicious food, great company, dynamic presenters and a fantastic silent auction at our inaugural Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Gala Luncheon.

Honorary Speakers
Jason Bockman: Celebrated St. Louis entrepreneur and philanthropist, co-founder of Strange Donuts and Strange Cares.


Dr. Marty K. Casey: Actress, founder of Show Me Arts Foundation and ambassador for orphan children to Shine Ministries in Uganda, Africa.

Funds raised will benefit Hope Creates in providing and developing programming for our young artists.

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Hope Creates Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Expressive Arts Event in St.Louis

Hope Creates Celebrate the Art of Sobriety Expressive Arts Event in St.Louis Please join us on September 22 from 3:00 Pm-8:00 PM at The .Zack: 3224 Locust Street
St. Louis MO 63103

Free Gallery Exhibition: 3-6 PM
Concert – Tickets $22 online or at the door: 6-8 PM

Please join us for our Expressive Arts Exhibition. Enjoy the artwork and listen to the music and poetry of our artists in recovery as we share our journey through music and spoken word.

We are a tribe of sober artists who have seen the chaos of addiction. We have battled back. One-moment at a time we win or we lose. Heroin, pornography, oxy, pot, cutting, meth and purging have been our shadows. You name it, we’ve abused it, and made an already spinning world spin out of control for not only ourselves but for those we love. Yet we come back from the chaos everyday, one day at a time, over and over again.

Please join us and "Celebrate the Art of Sobriety!"

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Celebration of Indian Culture in Saint Louis


Celebration of Indian Culture St.Louis

Sunday, August 11, from 12:00 Pm-4:00 Pm

Tappmeyer Homestead, Millennium Park (2 Barnes West Dr.)

Immerse yourself in Indian culture through music, dance and more at the Tappmeyer Homestead in Millennium Park on August 11!

From 1:00-2:00 p.m., dancers from the Sri Lalitha Natalya Dance School will perform Indian classical dances, followed by Bollywood dancing performed by the JDG School of Dance.

Listen to the sounds of Bollywood music while you browse a display of Indian clothing, including saris and lenhga cholis, as well as jewelry and scarves available for purchase starting at $15 by Hues India Boutique. Henna tattoos will be available for $10 per hand.

This event takes place at the historic Tappmeyer Homestead in Millennium Park, located at 2 Barnes West Drive, just south of Olive Boulevard at the end of Barnes West Drive. Millennium Park is one of Creve Coeur's largest parks and includes two playgrounds and a water splash pad.

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