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Kristen's Kalendar September 20-26

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Tuesday September 21:

River City Professionals Happy Hour. 5:30 - 9:00 pm at Scottish Arms - 8 South Sarah Street. In partnership with Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc.
 
Twilight Tuesdays at the Missouri History Museum6:30 p.m. - 5700 Lindell Blvd.  The Fabulous Motown Revue will perform. A night of music on the lawn. It is free and open to the public. Food and drink are available for purchase but feel free to bring your own.
 
Thursday September 23:
 
Thirsty Thursdays Concert Series in Forest Park7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Dr. Zhivegas will perform.  Advance general admission tickets are available for $12. For $20, grab a Thirsty Thursday ticket which includes admission, unlimited beer, plus hors d'oeuvres.  
The Highlands Golf and Tennis Center - 5163 Clayton Road.
 
Friday September 24:
 
Bacchus At The Basin. A preview party for the St. Louis Wine Festival at the Grand Basin in Forest Park. Unlimited wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and live music. $40/$50
 
Sips in The City, 5-7pm at Culinaria Wine Bar. A $5 donation gets you 2 drinks and free appetizers.
 
St. Louis Magazine's FEVER Fall Fashion Show.   6:30-11pm at The Palladium Saint Louis-1400 Park Place. A glamorous evening of designer fashion and charitable giving. Fashion show presented by Saks Fifth Ave. Tickets $50 and up includes drinks, appetizers. Live auction. To benefit Autism Speaks. 
Rock Star Trivia Night.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m.Test your knowledge of Rock Trivia and a Variety of other topics at Fuel's first rock ‘n roll themed trivia fundraiser. The cost is $35 after September 15 for a team of eight. Tickets include live entertainment, trivia, beer and snacks. Prizes will be awarded for best "ROCKSTAR" attire.  at The Christy Banquet Center
Saturday September 25:
The Downtown Ball.  7-11pm at The Old Post Office Plaza (9th and Locust) 
GroveFest.  4-11pm. This celebration of music, art, food, culture and diversity will take place on Manchester Ave between Sarah and Boyle. Enjoy dancing in the streets and live entertainment from local bands and DJs, while taking in the local art scene and shopping from local vendors. . From 1:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free street festival celebrating the opening of Grand Center's fall arts season. The festival will be filled with juried performances from dance companies performing a variety of dance styles. In addition to stage presentations and site-specific dances, street performers will add to the excitement.

The Human Rights Campaign’s annual St. Louis Dinner Gala, “No Excuses.”   Award-winning comedian, writer and actress Judy Gold will headline. At the Hyatt Regency Riverfront in downtown St. Louis.   Begins at 6:30pm with cocktail reception. Tickets $85 and up.
4th Annual Dancing in the Street.  At the Grand Center Arts & Entertainment District, on Grand between Lindell and Delmar
Metropolis and Mutton Chops Pet Services invites you and your pooch to join other Saint Louis Dog Lover’s to walk side by side as we explore the city and its architecture together!
Mutton Chops will be giving away two attendance prizes for their services, as well as treats for all our four legged friends. The tour begins on the sidewalk outside the Grand Hall/hotel entrance to Union Station just west of 18th street on Market at 10AM. $5 per person. Tour ends at Lucas Park Grill for lunch where our furry friends can join us on the outside patio.

EarthWays Green Homes Festival.  10am-6pm in the 3600 block of Grandel Square in mid-town St. Louis. Free admission and parking. Learn new green home and lifestyle tips from more than 80 vendors. Demonstrations and tons of freebies will be provided, plus knowledgeable information on how to live greener.
Saturday and Sunday September 25-26:
St. Louis Wine Festival in Forest Park.  12:00 pm. - 6:00 p.m. Art Hill.Don’t miss the opportunity to sample over 150 wines from around the world and learn from wine experts about new varieties of vino. Seminars and cooking demonstrations will be conducted throughout the weekend; plus some of the city’s best eateries and caterers will be selling their signature dishes. Live entertainment will keep the atmosphere relaxed rain or shine. A ticket will include ten wine tastings, a souvenir wine glass and Saint Louis Wine Festival program.  

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