Arts as Healing Foundation:
Arts As Healing Foundation mission is to bring the therapeutic benefits of art to those touched by cancer as well as patients with life-threatening or chronic diseases.
Arts As Healing Gala VIII in St.Louis
Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Join us for an autumn afternoon celebrating the healing effects of creative expression and honoring Dr. John DiPersio and Dr. Timothy Eberlein of Siteman Cancer Centers, and Duane Reed of Duane Reed Gallery.
Enjoy the art and the panorama at Vue 17.
Win a raffle for an original piece created by participants of Arts As Healing, all of whom have been touched by cancer and other chronic illness.
Purchase one of our fabulous collaborative pieces.
Bid on exciting auction items including artwork created by renowned national and international artists, a signed St. Louis Blues jersey, vintage St. Louis Cardinals sign and weekend stay at Innsbrook.
Tickets are $75 online and $100 at the door. Your ticket includes hors d’oeuvres, dessert, and wine/beer. Complimentary parking is available onsite.
Ticket purchases and donations are tax-deductible. All proceeds go to the Arts As Healing Foundation.
For questions about this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
30th Anniversary Celebration on the Mississippi River
Date: Friday, October 25, 2019 Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm Location: Becky Thatcher Riverboat on the Mississippi River 50 S. Lenor K. Sullivan Blvd St. Louis MO 63102
Join us on the Becky Thatcher Riverboat for a celebration of 30 years of conservation, outdoor recreation, trails, and nature in the STL Metro East. Enjoy live music, food, drinks and the Mighty Mississippi! We'll cruise by several areas we have preserved over the years! Purchase reservation by October 11, 2019!
Questions? Contact Kim O'Bryan at email@example.com or 618-566-4451 ex 10
Calling all pets and their pawrents! Join us for the Second Annual Oakville Food & Treat Festival!
Kick off your October activities at our 2nd Annual Oakville Food & Treat Festival, on Saturday, October 12, from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M., at Treats Unleashed Oakville (5626 Telegraph Road, Oakville, 63129) . All proceeds will benefit PAW Stoppers!
In addition to being an amazing, FREE, educational, and fun-filled day for your family and your 4-legged furry kids, this event will raise much needed funds for PAW Stoppers to purchase protective vests, cover vet expenses for retired K-9s, training courses and much more for the St. Louis County K-9 unit.
We have lots of fun activities planned:
- St. Louis County K-9 unit demonstrations!
- Cake for 4-legged attendees - it's not a party without cake!
- Pet Vendors with lots of food and treat samples!
- Local vendors!
- And more!
All proceeds raised will be used to help cover much needed items for the St. Louis County K-9 unit through PAW Stoppers.
Our 4th Annual Urban Wine Party. Wine tasting, bottle and glass specials, food pairing suggestions, cheese plates and live steel drum music by Lenny Frisch. Like going to the winery, without leaving the city!
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
1137 Washington Avenue St. Louis, MO 63101 United States
Join us on Saturday, September 28 to Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Gateway Arch National Park! The day will be filled with festivities and events FREE and open to the public.
9am – 10am: Yoga under the Arch
YogaBuzz instructors kick off the morning with FREE yoga under the 630′ Gateway Arch!
9am – 12pm: Mississippi River Clean Up
Grab a bite to eat, a cup of coffee and roll your sleeves up to join other local volunteers in helping to clean up the downtown St. Louis Riverfront
10am – 2pm: 3rd Annual Great MonArch Migration Event
As monarch butterflies are heading south for the winter, the National Park Service and the City of St. Louis are celebrating their journey with the Great MonArch Migration Event. At this festive event, pollinator experts from across the region, including the Missouri Botanical Garden, Missouri Department of Conservation, Audubon Center at Riverlands, Missourians for Monarchs, and more will be onsite with monarch-themed activities. We will have a National Park Service Ranger and local artist lead butterfly painting, experts on hand to learn more about monarch butterfly gardening tips, pollinator plants, and why butterflies are important. (Complimentary Coffee, & breakfast goodies will be available!)
11:00am – 11:30am: Walk with a National Park Service Ranger
Get your heart rate up with a walk with a ranger around the beautiful 91 acre urban national park and learn more about our Explorer’s Garden.