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New Arrivals

Wednesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through June 28
Green Door Art Gallery 21 N. Gore Ave., Webster Groves Webster Groves

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Green Door art gallery presents “New Arrivals”. Reception Friday, May 17, from 5-8 pm free and open to the public. Featuring New Originals Drawings by Mary Engelbreit, Terri Shay’s mixed media pieces, sensitive watercolor animals by Jan Helton, pastels by Amy Jamison and including 30 other artists. Available from May 1, thru June 28. 21 N. Gore, www.GreenDoorartgallerycom/events -314-402-1959 314-402-1959

Homeless Veterans Donation Drive

Through July 4, 2-9 p.m.
Healing Arts Center 10073 Manchester Rd, Kirkwood Kirkwood


At the Healing Arts Center we are hosting a donation drive to support the VA so that it can continue helping our nation’s heroes. Most Needed Items: Men's Deodorant Toothbrushes / Toothpaste Shaving Cream / Razors Shampoo/Conditioner Men's Underwear / Socks Men's Sweatpants / T-Shirts 314-647-8080

Judy Mundle

Tue., June 25, 6-8 p.m.
The Novel Neighbor 7905 Big Bend Blvd, Webster Groves Webster Groves

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Join author Judy Mundle at The Novel Neighbor in Webster Groves for a discussion of her new book, The Block Manager: A True Story of Love in the Midst of Japanese American Internment Camps. Janice (“Janet” in the book) was honored by Mayor of St. Louis Lyda Krewson, who proclaimed May 7, 2019, Janice Hattori Koizumi Day, in recognition of her bravery and kindness. “In this poignant memoir, she reveals the shocking truth about life in the camps . . . . Their stories are a legacy and a warning for a troubled world.” —Kristine Morris, Foreword Reviews 314-738-9384

Make and Take Food Preservation

Second Saturday of every month, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Continues through July 13
Eliot Unitarian Chapel 100 S. Taylor Ave., Kirkwood Kirkwood

Buy Tickets$30 for hands-on and $30 for online course


Our food preservation (canning classes) are a two-part series. As a prerequisite, you must first complete the online classroom training prior to attending the hands-on local class. The local "Make and Take" workshop is a time for you to practice what you've learned in the online course with the support and guidance of a professional with experience in home food preservation. 314-400-7397

Animal House 9th Birthday Trivia

Sun., July 14, 1-4 p.m.
Shrewsbury City Center 5200 Shrewsbury Ave., St. Louis Webster Groves

Buy Tickets$25.00-$300.00

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Celebrate our birthday with an afternoon of trivia, silent auction items, raffles, UCBC beer, birthday cake and more! $25/ticket or $200/table of 8 $300/VIP table = choice seating, Imo’s pizza & special goodies. Proceeds support the lifesaving work of Animal House in the rescue and healing of kitties in-need in our community. 314-531-4626

Make and Take Food Preservation Classes

Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m. Continues through Oct. 2
Eliot Unitarian Chapel 100 S. Taylor Ave., Kirkwood Kirkwood

Buy Tickets$30 each class


Did you plant a big garden this year and want to reap the benefits all year long? Have you always wanted to try “canning” but not sure where to begin? Learn how at one of our “Make & Take” Food Preservation Classes. You can sign up for just one class, or you can take all five. Each class is from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. September 4: Pressure can vegetables, September 11: Make & can sweet spreads, September 18: Make & preserve salsa, September 25: Pickle & ferment food, October 2: Freeze & dehydrate food 314-400-7397

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