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Chesterfield

An official publication of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce

OUT&ABOUT

The Shopping, Dining & Entertainment Guide to Chesterfield/West County

MAY-JUNE, 2011

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DINING SPOT! SUMMER PLACES TO COOL OFF DISCOVER AREA KIDS CAMPS GIVE A GREAT GARAGE SALE

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Presents

Summer Concerts in Faust Park Story on page 23

Club at Chesterfield Kids Camps See Back Cover Back Cover -

Club at Chesterfield West County Kids Camps

Restaurant Week Story on page 00 See Page 46


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Tour a unique collection of four fine wineries...

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Experience

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Any Day is A Great Day for Weinstrasse!

Travel one of Missouri’s most scenic roadways en route to an afternoon of fine wine and relaxation at four exceptional wineries. Wine Country is only a short drive from West County and St. Charles along Hwy. 94.

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636-482-8466 • balduccivineyards.com

636-228-4464 • montelle.com

636-987-2400 • sugarcreekwines.com

• Area designated first wine district in United States • Family-owned “boutique wineries” • Award winning wines and specialty foods • Live entertainment Call the wineries for more information or details about specific events.

• Free wine tasting • Rated by Readers Digest as one of the 100 most scenic drives in America • Featured in Midwest and Southern Living Magazines

Sugar Creek Augusta Balducci Montelle


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Contents

Welcome Dear Readers,

As we move into the summer season and start looking for things to keep the kids occupied, this issue of Out & About® will be your favorite resource.We have included camps and camp alternatives as well as budget friendly activities for the whole family. There is even a page on how to have a garage sale.The kids could help with that too! When you start planning for those summer evenings, be sure to schedule to be at Faust Park every Tuesday night for the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce FREE concerts. The first concert of the season will be on June 7, featuring the local favorite Bob Kuban Band from 7 to 9 p.m. Each year the first concert is dedicated to celebrating the birthday of the City of Chesterfield. Join us for free cake, children’s entertainment, prizes and a fantastic fireworks display to end the evening. Get all the details in the enclosed article. We never run out of things to write about regarding what’s happening in or around the Chesterfield area.This month is a great time to get out of the house and visit some area Farmer’s Markets.We have included a list that will keep you busy and help with the budget as well.While there, stock up on fresh vegetables and supplies to make the recipe featured by our local Chef. Whatever you choose to do, or wherever you choose to go, be sure to tell them that the Out & About® got you there!

Joan Schmelig, President Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 Stop by for visitor information Ph: 636-532-3399 / Fax: 636-532-7446 info@chesterfieldmochamber.com www.chesterfieldmochamber.com www.chesterfieldmotourism.com Published By: Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Editor-in-Chief: Joan Schmelig Associate Editor: Stella Moritz Contributing Writers/Editors/Photography : Juanita Jahn,Allison Izsak, Mary Phelps, Ed Hinders, Donna Beck, Lauren Beck Production & Advertising Sales: Gateway Creative, Inc. Pat Catanzaro: President & Publisher Dave Schellenberg: Design & Production Phil Catanzaro, Annette Castellano: Sales Consultants On the Cover- Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Concerts in the Park. Photo by Scott Thorberg, Creative Spirit

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Hot Picks New Businesses in Town May Events- What’s happening. June Events- What’s happening. Front Cover Feature- Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Concerts in the Park- Enjoy concerts under the stars this summer at Faust Park. Farmers Markets- Get out and enjoy an area market. Kids Kamps- Keep the kids busy this summer at a local camp. Zip, Float and Stroll- Here are some cool ways to beat the summer heat. Kidz Korner- Brain Teasers and puzzles for little ones. Garage Sale Tips- Turn your junk into cash! Local Artists- Talented artists around town. Back Cover Feature- The Club at Chesterfield Kids Camps Time to Dine- List of restaurants. Chef Feature- Addie’s Thai House. Let’s Go Dining- Take part in Restaurant week May 16.

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CONTEST!! Join in our Scavenger Hunt! See pages 10 & 20 for details.

Vote For Your Favorite Restaurant. Page 41 For advertising rates call Pat Catanzaro at Gateway Creative, 636-532-5805 or email outandabout@gatewaycreative.net View magazine online- gatewaycreative.net Fax event related news releases to the: Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce 636-532-7446, or e-mail stella@chesterfieldmochamber.com Dates for Chesterfield area events listed in Out & About are subject to change. Call the individual establishments for more information on specific events.

Find Us and “Friend” us on Facebook! Search “Out & About” to get the latest on events, contests, and to vote on your favorite Chesterfield places.

Out & About is published bi-monthly by the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Gateway Creative,Inc. Publication schedule is: January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December. © 2011. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Out & About is direct mailed and also distributed throughout the Chesterfield area. You will occasionally receive a copy in your mailbox. If not, you can pick one up at Dierbergs or Schnucks Markets and various places throughout the community. Register for an on-line subscription-outandabout@gatewaycreative.net


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West County Restaurant Week

HOT picks Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Kicks Off Summer Concerts in Faust Park Date:Tue, Jun 7 Time: gates open @5:15 pm; concert at 7 pm Cost: free Location: Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blvd Contact: 636-532-3399; chesterfieldmochamber.com The first concert of the summer brings fun for all! Enjoy the birthday celebration for the City of Chesterfield including free cake and children’s prizes as well as a special fireworks display at 9 pm. Page 23.

Date: May 16 - May 22 Time: Hours vary by location Locations:Various West County Restaurants Cost: $25 westcountyrestaurantweek.net A week-long event highlighting several West County Restaurants.Venues will serve a three course, $25 pre-fixe menu - along with their normal menus. See article on page 46.

Faust Historic Village Open House Date: May 21-22, June 18-19, 25-26, July 23-24, 30-31, and August 20-21, 27-28 Time: 1-5 pm Cost: free Location: Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blv Contact: 314-615-8328 Spanning a period from 1840 to 1900, the Historic Village, represents a cross-section of architectural styles and building materials as varied as the population of St. Louis County in the 19th century. Knowledgeable guides in period dress will be available to answer questions about the structures, as well as the heritage gardens that are attended to by volunteers.

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Great Selection of Specialty Gifts!

Gift Certificates Available

PAMPER Yourself This Spring

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636-537-3227 110 Chesterfield Commons Road East (Clock Tower Plaza) Chesterfield, MO 63017

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New Businesses and other happenings Buff & Coat West County Terry McClung & Jay Krongard 16 Sun Ridge Trail 636-288-1328 buffandcoat.com

build a strong base in residential mortgage lending. American Mortgage was founded in 1994 by Patrick and Mary Flynn of Chesterfield.

specializes in speed, agility and strength training and is close to opening a new lighted outdoor turf for multi-sport training. Call or visit web site for information on full day and half-day camps.

Marvelous Maids Kathy Gage 636-240-5845 marvelousmaids.com

Buff & Coat restores the luster of household and commercial hardwood floors that have lost their shine from everyday wear and tear.This unique process renews the beauty of hardwood without the dust and mess of traditional refinishing. Leave for work in the morning and return to a newly finished floor! Pictured by van are owners Terry McClung and son Jay Krongard. Cole Taylor Bank Mary and Patrick Flynn 430 Spirit 40 Park Dr. Chesterfield, MO 636-530-9700 coletaylor.com

Cole Taylor’s first Missouri branch office in Chesterfield represents the merger of Cole Taylor Mortgage and American Nationwide Mortgage.The groups experience and expertise has positioned the bank to

Rebounds Used Books & Teacher Supply Deni Bouillon 110 Four Seasons Shopping Center 314-469-5400

Marvelous Maids is locally owned and expanding to West County from the St. Charles area. Call for a free in-home estimate and to find out why Marvelous Maids will more than meet your cleaning expectations. (Recognized for free cleaning services for women undergoing cancer treatment)

Rebounds is a used book store offering selections of fiction, nonfiction and children’s books in paperback and hardcover. A new twist for teachers includes books used for teaching and learning, particularly in the area of music as well as a plan for teachers to exchange gently used classroom items.

Gametime Sports 18018 Eads Ave. Chesterfield, MO 636-519-0045

Under New Management.. Bistro 1130 Mikki Jones 1130 Town & Country Crossing Drive Town & Country, MO 63017 bistro1130.com

Gametime Sports is a training ground for baseball, softball, basketball, soccer and volleyball as well as court and cage rentals for team practice. Gametime also houses Smith Performance Systems which

Mikki Jones, owner of the elegant French Restaurant Bistro 1130, has announced that the restaurant has a new general manager, Dan O’Conner who is well-known in the area as a previous manager of several top restaurants.

New Businesses... If you’d like to have your business profiled in this section, send your company name, address, phone, website, photo, and 40-word description to: stella@ chesterfieldmochamber.com 8

Joan Schmelig - 2010 Citizen of the Year

The Chesterfield City Council has named Joan Schmelig as the 2010 Citizen of the Year. A Citizens Selection Committee comprised of citizen committee and community volunteers presented their recommendation to the City Council following their review of several nominations. Acting-Mayor Barry Flachsbart presented Mrs. Schmelig with the award. Citizens of the Year are recognized for their benefit to the city through volunteerism, community projects, and overall civic contributions. Joanie has served on the Beautification Committee for the City of Chesterfield since 1993 and also serves on the board of Chesterfield Arts. She is a board member of the Faust Park Foundation and is a past officer of the Chesterfield Athletic Association and Chesterfield Community Association. Mrs. Schmelig helped to secure and purchase property for the ball fields in the Chesterfield Valley and was instrumental in the flood recovery of 1993. She has had a 29year career as the president of the Chesterfield Chamber and is responsible for the concerts in Faust Park, the Business Expo, and the Pumpkin Run. Mrs. Schmelig and her husband Dick have been residents of Chesterfield for over 40 years. Family members include a son, Greg Schmelig, and daughter Cindy Blake and her husband Michael and five grandchildren: Madison Schmelig, Corbin Schmelig, Sheridan Schmelig, Hunter Blake and Isabella Blake.


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Missouri’s Favorite Gathering Place for Wine Lovers! - Mon-Sat 10 am to 5:30 pm - Friday (June, July & Aug) 10 am to dusk - Sun 12 noon to 5:30 pm

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Wine Tastings • Live Music • Breathtaking Views • Gift Shop Hwy. 94 along the Katy Trail just 10 miles SW of Hwy. 40-61 in Defiance Live music on weekends - See www.sugarcreekwines.com


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MAY W H A T ’ S

H A P P E N I N G

Scavenger Hunt In the ads within this issue, we've hidden a Chamber of Commerce Logo for you to find. (It’s not the one on the table of contents or on the City of Chesterfield ad). When you find it, fax, mail or e-mail your name, address and telephone number to the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce along with the name of the ad in which you found the logo. When we receive your information, we'll enter you into a drawing June 15. Congrats to the winner of the last scavenger hunt, Lauren Bacon. The logo was in the Lukas Liquor ad on page 32.

101 Chesterfield Business Pkwy. Chesterfield. MO 63005 E-Mail: stella@chesterfieldmochamber.com • Fax: 636-532-7446

Saint Louis Symphony Premium Orchestral Program: Carmina Burana Date:Thu, May 5-Sun, May 8 Time: 8 pm (5-7); 3 pm (8) Cost: call Location: Powell Symphony Hall Address: 718 N. Grand in Grand Center Contact: 314-534-1111 or 314-534-1700 for tickets; 800-232-1880 for information slso.org Maestro Robertson, Saint Louis Symphony Chorus,The Saint Louis Children’s Choirs and the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra presents Christopher Rouse’s “New York (World Premiere),” and Orff ’s “Carmina Burana.”

Art & Culture The Arianna String Quartet: Music and Movement

Alexandra Ballet presents “Frescoes” at the St. Louis Dance Festival Showcase

Date: Sun, May 1 & Wed, May 4 Time: 3 pm (1); 10 am (4) Cost: $10 Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; touhill.org

Date: Sat, May 6 Time: 7:30 pm Cost: call Location: Edison Theatre,Washington University Address: 6445 Forsyth Blv Contact: 314-935-6543 Four company soloists portray beautiful paintings coming to life in “Frescoes,”an excerpt from “The Humpback Horse” ballet.

Celtic Women “Songs From the Heart” Tour Date: Sun, May 1 Time: 2 pm Cost: $48; $58; $68 Location: Fox Theatre Address: 527 N. Grand Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314534-1678 for information; fabulousfox.com

The Arianna String Quartet:Titans of Style Date: Fri, May 6 Time: 8 pm Cost: $23 Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; touhill.org Landmark quartets by three composersMozart, Bartok and Debussy.

Dark Matters Date:Wed, May 4-Fri, May 20 Time: 8 pm Thur-Sat; 2 pm (20) Cost: $20 adult; $18 students & seniors Location:Tower Grove Abbey Address: 2336 Tennessee Ave Contact: 314-865-1995 Straydogtheatre.org A suspenseful thriller about the secrets that hold families together. Bridget Cleary goes missing in the dead of night and suddenly reappears with strange stories of visitations and other worldly beings. Is she lying or has she encountered supernatural forces?

The Sheldon Folk SeriesRed Clay Ramblers Date: Fri, May 6 Time: 8 pm Cost: $40 orchestra; $35 balcony Location:The Sheldon Concert Hall Address: 3648 Washington Blv. in Grand Center Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314533-9900 for information; thesheldon.org The Tony Award-winning Red Clay Ramblers are a North Carolina string band whose repertoire reflects their roots in old-time mountain music as well as bluegrass, country, rock, jazz, gospel and the American musical.

Curtains

Top: Enjoy a day at the wineries Center: Jersey Boys at the Fox Theatre Bottom: Chesterfield has many fine Mothers Day brunches

Date:Thu, May 5-Sun, May 8 Time: 8 pm (5-7); 3 pm (8) Cost: $22 Location: Robert G. Reim Theatre at Kirkwood Civic Center Address: 111 S. Geyer Rd Contact: 314-821-9956; ktg-onstage.org When a supremely untalented leading lady mysteriously dies opening night, her show’s cast and crew become the lead suspects. Can a fervently stage-struck police detective solve the mystery? More importantly, can he save the show?

Debby Boone: Reflections of Rosemary Date: Sat, May 7 Time: 8 pm Cost: $24.50-$42.50 Location:The Bezemes Family Theater Address: Lindenwood University, J.

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Scheidegger Center for the Arts Contact: 636-949-4433; lindenwood.edu An intimate musical portrait of Debby’s late mother-in-law, Rosemary Clooney.The performance is a deeply heartfelt tribute to the unforgettable Rosemary, a woman for whom Debby had great love and respect.

Tony Bennett Date: Sat, May 7 Time: 8 pm Cost: $55-$85 Location: Fox Theatre Address: 527 N. Grand Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314-5341678 for information; fabulousfox.com

The Sheldon Coffee SeriesThe Sheldon Jazz Quintet Date:Tue, May 10 & Wed, May 11 Time: 10 am Cost: $15 orchestra; $12 balcony Location:The Sheldon Concert Hall Address: 3648 Washington Blvd. in Grand Center Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314533-9900 for information; thesheldon.org Led by guitarist Rick Haydon,The Sheldon Jazz Quintet features St. Louis all-stars performing straight-ahead jazz and swinging jazz standards.

Vincentennial,The Vincent Price 100th Birthday Celebration Date:Tue, May 10-Fri, May 27 Cost: call Location:Various venues including Washington University, Missouri History Museum, Hi-Pointe Theatre and Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries Contact: cinemastlouis.org/vincentennial A film festival presented by Cinema St. Louis in conjunction with an exhibit at the Sheldon Concert Hall. The exhibit will consist of Vincent Price momentos, heirlooms, images, artifacts, artwork and collectibles. On Fri, May 27, Price’s daughter Victoria will make a presentation about her father.

The Gallery at Chesterfield Arts Date:Wed, May 11 Time: 7-8:30 pm Cost: call Location: Chesterfield Arts Address: 444 Chesterfield Center Contact: 636-519-1955 Meet Candace O’Connor, freelance writer and author. O’Connor is a St. Louis based freelance writer and editor specializing in medical and historical writing and is the author of seven books on Midwest history. Her stories have appeared in local and national publications.


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City of Chesterfield to Celebrate New Amphitheater with Free Grand Opening Event! The Central Park Amphitheater will be showcased with a full day of activities for the community on Saturday, May 21 starting at 10 a.m. The Amphitheater, funded through the half-cent parks sales tax passed in 2005, is a venue like no other found in the region. The intimate venue combines stylish, modern architecture with state of the art audio technology holds a community charm that Chesterfield is known for. Upwards of 2500 patrons can enjoy a variety of views of the stage, from a blanket on the lawn to 300 stadium-style seats. In celebration of Armed Forces Day, plans are to kick off the dedication of the Amphitheater with a military band performance and presentation of the flags during the opening ceremony. The stage will be filled all day with performances from local dance and gymnastic groups along with Rockwood student musicians from Fairway Elementary and Crestview Middle Schools. Chesterfield resident Josh Golden, an up and coming teen artist, will kick off the evening

Houston Person Date:Wed, May 11-Sat, May 14 Time: 8:30 and 10:15 pm Cost: $25 (11-12); $30 (13-14); $10 students Location: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington in Grand Center Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314531-1012 for information; jazzstl.org One of the giants of soul and groove based jazz, Houston Person’s velvet-toned saxophone has enamored jazz lovers since the 1960’s. Throughout his prolific career, Person has remained a symbol of constant swing and good times.

Jersey Boys Date:Wed, May 11-Sun, May 29 Time: check web site Cost: $33-$80 Location: Fox Theatre Address: 527 N. Grand

Breathe New Life into Your Tired Wood Floors! performance and 80’s music fans will enjoy the sounds of Planet Boogie. The headline entertainment for the free concert at 8 p.m. will be Edwin McCain, famous for his pop hits “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask for More.” There will be a spectacular car show, safety fair, inflatables, face painting, magicians and more! Tethered hot air balloon rides will be available from 4-6 p.m., weather permitting. Radio Disney and Y98 will be on site with road shows as well! Visit Chesterfield.mo.us for the full schedule of activities and events and follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on all our activities!

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Upcoming Concerts (7 pm) June 4 – Groove Thang June 25 – The Phins July 16 – Griffin & the Gargoyles July 30 – That 80’s Band August 13 – Soulard Blues Band August 27 – Erin Bode Movies Under the Stars (Sunset) June 10 – Despicable Me July 8 - Eat, Pray Love Aug 5 - Toy Story 3

Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314534-1678 for information; fabulousfox.com The story of how four blue-collar kids (The Four Seasons) became one of the greatest successes in pop music history.They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwidebefore they were 30!

Triptych Presented by the Center for International Studies Date: Sat, May 14 Time: 8 pm Cost: $18 Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; touhill.org A vivacious three-part ensemble that delivers elegant and soulful renderings of tradicontinued on next page

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the struggle between lies and truth and entertainment vs. enlightenment.

Guy Fieri Food Tour

Authentic Pilates. Lasting Results.

A PLAYground

tional music and step dance from Irish, Scottish and French-Canadian traditions.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis: Don Giovanni

For Your Mind - Body - Spirit

Date: Sat, May 21;Wed, May 25; Fri, Jun 10 Time: 8 pm Cost: call Location:The Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org Don Giovanni is set in Seville in the mid17th century and is based on the legends of Don Juan.The opera is in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

Want to see REAL changes in your body? Pilates of West County can make it happen! Call or stop by

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“The Taming of the Shrew,” Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

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Date:Wed, May 25-Sun, Jun 19 Time: green show 6:30 pm; performance 8 pm (except Tues) Cost: free Location: Fine Arts Drive, northeast of the Art Museum in Forest Park Contact: 314-531-9800; sfstl.com See the Shakespeare classic under the stars. Bring blankets or chairs for lawn seating. Bring your own picnic or purchase a box dinner from the on-site caterer. Arrive early for the traditional “green show” where performers and other entertainers interact with the audience.Thurs. performances are signed for the hearing impaired.Wheelchair accessible.

(The Clock Tower in The Valley)

The family that kicks together... sticks together!

Grand Opening Special!

Intro Course Only $29!

Take the challenge together!

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Emerson SPRING TO DANCE FESTIVAL 2011

Two Locations: NEW: 47 G Chesterfield Mall / Chesterfield, MO 63017

Date:Thu, May 26-Sat, May 28 Time: 5 pm Cost: $10 per night Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; 314-534-6622; springtodance.com The festival provides a cornucopia of styles from ballet and contemporary dance to hiphop and tap. Each evening is three shows in one, with informal interactive demonstrations in the lobby, a performance with first-come first-served seating in the intimate Lee Theater and a reserved seat performance in the Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall.

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Scavenger Hunt In the ads within this issue, we've hidden a Chamber of Commerce Logo for you to find. (It’s not the one on the table of contents or on the City of Chesterfield ad). When you find it, fax, mail or e-mail your name, address and telephone number to the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce along with the name of the ad in which you found the logo. When we receive your information, we'll enter you into a drawing for a $50 gift certificate to an area restaurant. Entries due by June 15.

“Mass Appeal” by Bill C. Davis Date:Thu, May 26-Sun, Jun 12 Time: 8 pm (Thu-Sat); 2 pm (Sun) Cost: call Location: Dramatic License Productions Address: Chesterfield Mall, upper level near Sears Contact: 636-220-7012; dramaticlicenseproductions.org A Tony Award-winning comedy/drama about

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Date: Sun, May 29 Time: 8 pm Cost: $35; $55; $150; $250 Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; 314-534-6622; springtodance.com Presented by the National Pork Board, this food tour mixes the best elements of a live cooking show, the fun of a variety revue and the non-stop adrenaline rush of a rock concert. Fieri will take center stage with an unscripted and wildly entertaining performance-complete with interactive cooking stations, secret tips and dishes from his forthcoming book.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis:The Daughter of the Regiment Date: Sat, May 28 Time: 8 pm Cost: call Location:Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org A dazzling showcase of vocal fireworks. Donizetti’s delicious comedy is the tale of Maric, who was found on the battlefield as a tiny baby and adopted by the 21st Regiment of the French Army, and her beloved Tonio. The opera is sung in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

St. Louis Chamber Chorus Concert Six: Transcendence-From Here to Eternity Date: Sun, May 29 Time: 3 pm Cost: $25-$27; $10 students Location: St. Peter Catholic Church Address: 243 W Argonne, Kirkwood Contact: 636-458-4343 chamberchorus.org Haunting requiems by Peter Cornelius and Jon Leifs two masterpieces from the demise of the “Belle Epoque”: Parry’s “Songs of Farewell” and Gustav Mahler’s Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen, heard in 16-part arrangement.

Fairs, Festivals & Concerts SAVE THE DATE AND JOIN THE FUN! Date: Sat, Jul 30 Time: 10 am Cost: $25 Location: Grand Basin Address: Forest Park Contact: 636-537-1302; wingsofhopeboatrace.org Would you like to help sick kids and have fun at the same time? Your imagination is the limit! Cardboard and instructions provided. Prizes, Food,Tons of Fun!


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Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre: Pirates of Bissell Point Date: Sun, May 1-Sun, Jul 31 Time: 7 pm (Fri/Sat); 2 pm (Sun) Cost: $52.95 includes tax & gratuity Location: Bissell Mansion Restaurant Address: 4426 Randall Pl Contact: 314-533-9830 bissellmansion.com Blackheart Bissell will host this year’s pirate convention, Lost at Sea III, at his mansion on Bissell Point. An interactive murder mystery with a 4-course meal.

Jimmy Buffett Date:Tue, May 3 Time: 8 pm Cost: $45-$160 Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Address: 14141 Riverport Dr Contact: 800-745-3000 for tickets; livenation.com

23rd Annual Cinco de Mayo Auction, Dinner and Networking Date: Wed, May 4 Time: Doors open at 5 pm event lasts till 8 pm Cost: $40 per; $300 for table of 8; $375 for table of 10 Location: Crown Plaza Address: Clayton Contact: 314-991-6144; stlpwa.org A fun-filled evening complete with silent & live auctions, expanded networking opportunities and an array of Mexican food specialties.A portion of the proceeds support Lydia’s House (lydiashouse.org), which provides safe, transitional housing for abused women and children. Presented by Professional Women’s Alliance.

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A nationally acclaimed fine arts and craft fair featuring many artists representing clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking/drawing, sculpture and wood with live music, entertainment, demonstrations, food, beer and wine garden and more.

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre: Bullets in the Bathtub Date: Fri, May 6- Sat, Jul 30 Time: 7 pm, Fri and Sat Cost: $48.95 per person, includes tax & gratuity Location:The Lemp Mansion Restaurant & Inn Address: 3311 DeMenil Pl Contact: 314-664-8024; lempmansion.com Interactive murder mystery, 4-course meal.

Cinco de Mayo St. Louis Date: Sat, May 7 Time: 11 am-9:30 pm Cost: call Location: Cherokee St Address: between Nebraska and Iowa Contact: 314-256-1380; cincodemayostl.com Festival featuring live music, authentic food and drinks, arts & crafts, corporate exhibitors and street entertainment.

PNC Bank Sea Lion Show Date: Sat, May 7-Sun, May 22 Time: Sat & Sun, 11 am; 1 & 3 pm Cost: $3; children under 2 free Location: St. Louis Zoo Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-781-0900; stlzoo.org Sea lion superstars show off their natural abilities with fron flipper walks, balancing acts, hurdle jumps in the water, frisbee throws and lots of splashing.

Mother’s Day Brunch

Date:Thu, May 5 Time: 10 am-2 pm Cost: free Location: Kiener Plaza Address: Downtown Contact: 314-992-0654 See for yourself why St. Louis is such a great place to visit! The region’s most popular attractions will exhibit in Kiener Plaza with refreshments, music, prizes and fun.

Date: Sun, May 8 Time: 11 am, 11:30 am, 12 pm, 12:30 pm, 1 pm, 1:30 pm, 2 pm Cost: Adults $21.95 plus tax; gratuity, parties of 12 or more will have a 15% gratuity added. Children $9.95 (Ages 6-11) 5 & under free Location: Innsbrook Resort Conference Center Address: Innsbrook, MO Contact: 636-928-3366 x 0; innsbrook-resort.com

16th Annual St. Louis Microfest

Free Rides for Mom

Date: Fri, May 6-Sun, May 8 Time: call Cost: call Location: Upper Muny Parking Lot Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-588-0007; stlmicrofest.org A premiere craft beer tasting festival featuring beers from North American breweries and international beers as well as food from area restaurants. More than 80 brews and 30 craft sodas. Live music, demonstrations, homebrew competition.

Art Fair at Laumeier Date: Fri, May 6-Sun, May 8 Time: 6-9 pm (6); 10 am-8 pm (7); 10 am-5 pm (8) Cost: $8 adults; $5 children 6-11; members and children under 6 free Location: Laumeier Sculpture Park Address: 12580 Rott Rd Contact: 314-821-1209; laumeier.com

A NEW Flower Boutique in Chesterfield!

Lulu McCabe florist and events

Chic selection of flowers & plants, wine & gourmet baskets silks and more • Same day delivery available • St. Louis, coast to coast • Proud member of FTD and Teleflora •Corporate accounts special events #8 Clarkson Wilson Centre • Chesterfield (636) 532-9292

Date: Sun, May 8 Time: 10 am-4 pm Cost: free Location: St. Louis Carousel Address: in Faust Park Contact: 314-615-8343 Mom’s ride the carousel free.

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Sounds of Nature Concert

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Date: Mon, May 9 Time: 7:30 pm Cost: free Location: Maryland Heights Centre Address: 2344 McKelvey Road Contact: 314-738-2599 Provided by the Maryland Heights Community Chorus. Enjoy songs with outdoor theme. Dancers also perform. Refreshments after the performance.

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Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Address: 14141 Riverport Dr Contact: 800-745-3000 for tickets livenation.com Guests: Eric Church and JaneDear Girls

West County Talent Bash, May 28: Chesterfield is proud to be the host venue for a new event in the region called West County Talent Bash! Produced by St. Louis Bash Productions and sponsored by West News Magazine, KTRS Radio, and the Army National Guard, the event will be held on Saturday, May 28 at the Central Park Amphitheater, just west of Chesterfield Mall. If you'd like to participate, submit an audition DVD to West News Magazine at 355 Ozark Trail Drive Suite 1, Ellisville, MO 63011. All ages are welcome. Auditions will be screened and selected to perform at the event on May 28. The auditions can demonstrate any type of talent in any genre or category i.e. dance troupe, church choir, solo singer, juggler, comedian, solo musician, variety acts etc. See www.stlbashproductions.com for more info or email questions to info@stlbashproductions.com.

Lake Aspen Bistro Wine Dinner with Chef Dan Thomas

FREE Movie Night Date:Tue, May 10 Time: sundown Cost: free Location:Westport Plaza Address: 111 Westport Plaza Dr Contact: 314-576-7100 Bring lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy a movie under the stars. Before the movie-FREE popcorn, cotton candy, face painting and balloon twisting.

Parties in the Park in Downtown Clayton Date: Season begins May 11 Time: 5-8:30 pm Cost: free Location: Meramec Ave between Forsyth and Maryland Contact: 314-726-3033; partiesinthepark.org NOTE NEW LOCATION! Enjoy food and half-priced beer from 5-5:30 pm. May 11-Paint the Earth; Jun 8-DJ Steve Meier; Jul 13-Griffin & the Gargoyles; Aug 10Vote for Pedro; Sept 14-FatPocket. Sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors.

Chesterfield Lion’s Club Bar-B-Que Date:Thu, May 12-Sat, May 14 Time: 11 am-6:30 pm Location: Four Seasons Plaza parking lot Address: Olive just west of Hwy 141 Contact: 314-378-4758 Purchase ribs, pork steaks, bratwurst and hot dogs with sides of coleslaw, baked beans and chips. Proceeds to benefit local charities. Delivery on orders over $50.

Annie Malone Soiree Awards Dinner & Auction Date: Fri, May 13 Time: 6 pm doors open; 7 pm dinner Cost: $75 Location:The Chase Park Plaza Hotel Address: 212 N Kingshighway Contact: 314-531-0120; anniemalone.com An elegant dinner honoring women advocates for children and families.

Gateway to the Stars: Ghosts of the Arch Grounds Date: Fri, May 13 Time: 8-10 pm Cost: free Location: Gateway Arch Grounds Contact: 314-655-1700; nps.gov/jeff A ranger led walking tour beginning at the north leg of the Arch.This tour reveals some of the incarnations that the grounds have experienced.The tour will be followed by a public telescope viewing led by volunteers of the St. Louis Astronomical Society.

Date: Sat, May14 Time: 6-8:30 pm Cost:TBD Location: Innsbrook Conference Center Address: Innsbrook, MO Contact: 636-928-3366 x 0; innsbrookresort.com Innsbrook Resort & Conference Center is pairing with Noboleis Vineyards in Augusta, MO to create a unique dining experience with menu and wine choices that compliment one another.

Monster Machine Day Date: Sat, May 14 Time: 9 am-12 pm Cost: free Location: Des Peres Park Address: 12325 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-835-6150 See a police car, a bulldozer, fire truck and much more during this hands-on event. Climb in and look around and let your imagination take you for a ride. No registration required.

Wildlife Baby Shower Date: Sat, May 14 Time: 10 am-3 pm Cost: free-baby gifts appreciated Location:Wildlife Rescue Center Address: 1128 New Ballwin Rd Contact: 636-394-1880; mowildlife.org Enjoy a fun-filled behind-the-scenes tour of the Center along with food, games, prizes, educational programs and crafts.Visit with more than 20 Animal Welfare and Environmental Groups.View baby shower wish list on web site.

Brewer-Clifton and Melville Winery Dinner

The Austin Healy show returns complete with choice drinks and fire-blazed cuisine.

Date: Sun, May 15 Time: 6:30 pm Cost: $80 per person + tax & gratuity Location: Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar Address: 1772 Clarkson Rd Contact: 636-449-6700; balabanswine.com Some of California’s best Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah in a five-course wine pairing format, presented by Stephen Janes, National Sales Director of Brewer Clifton and Melvile Wineries.

Party in the Plaza

123rd Annual Annie Malone May Day Parade

Spring Art & Craft Festival Date: Sat, May 14& Sun, May 15 Time: 10 am-5 pm Cost: $2 per person Location: Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blvd Contact: 314-615-8328 A juried event. Artists will be on-site offering original art work in water color, oil and acrylics, sculpture, jewelry, photography and more. Enjoy music and refreshments.

Date: Sun, May 15 Time: 1 pm Cost: free Location: Downtown Address: 20th St. along Market heading east to Broadway Contact: 314-531-0120; anniemalone.com A century-old tradition to honor Annie Malone, founder of Poro College and noted children’s home that carries her name.

Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire

Annie Malone McDonald’s May Day Blues Fest

Date: Sat, May 14-Sun, Jun 5 Time: Sat & Sun, 10 am-6 pm; plus Memorial Day Cost: $14.95 adult; $7.95 (6-13 yrs); check web site for specials Location:Wentzville Park Address: 120 W. Pearce Blvd Contact: 636-928-4141; renstl.org Travel back in time as you immerse yourself in the costumes and mannerisms of the era, thrill to the exploits of Jousting Knights on thundering steeds and roam the village shops for unique crafts and feast on delicious food and drink while strolling minstrels entertain. Interact with the colorful villagers, nobles, peasants and personalities of ages past.

Date: Sun, May 15 Time: 4- 6 pm Cost: free Location: Kiener Plaza, Downtown Contact: 314-531-0120; anniemalone.com The Blues Fest immediately follows the parade. Enjoy live music from some of St. Louis’ most talented blues singers and musicians.

Austin Healy Show Date: Sun, May 15 Time: 10 am-3 pm Cost: show is free; admission to museum (optional) is $8 adult;$6 senior(62+);$3 under 12 Location: Kemp Auto Museum Address: 16955 Chesterfield Airport Rd Contact: 636-537-1718; kempservices.com

Jason Aldean in Concert Date: Fri, May 13 Time: 7:30 pm Cost: $29.25; $36.75; $54

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Date:Thu, May 19 Time: 5-9 pm Cost: free Location:Westport Plaza Address: 111 Westport Plaza Dr Contact: 314-576-7100; westport.com Outdoor party in the plaza with live music and drink specials.Visit web site for details.

Free Family Night at the Magic House Date: Fri, May 20 Time: 5:30 -9 pm Cost: free Location:The Magic House Address: 516 S Kirkwood Rd Contact: 314-822-8900 Special nights for your family to enjoy more than 100 hands-on exhibits through the generosity of Target.

Wildwood Movie Night Date: Fri, May 20 Time: 8:45 pm Cost: free Location:Wildwood Town Center Plaza Address: 221 Plaza Dr Contact: 636-458-0440 “How to Train Your Dragon.” Pre-movie entertainment for youngsters by Babaloo begins at 7 pm. Free popcorn, soda and snowcones.

Shaw Performing Arts & Crafts Festival Date: Fri, May 20-Sun, May 22 Time: check web site Cost: free Location: Historic Shaw Neighborhood Contact: 314-771-3101; spacefest.org A family-friendly festival at multiple venues. The festival will feature theatre, dance, music, poetry, film, storytelling, puppet shows, carnival, novelty acts, crafts, antique cars, petting zoo, dog parade, food and 5k run.


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Old Trails Historical Society presents “Quilt Bed Turning” and “Dressing of a Proper Victorian Lady” Luncheon Date: Sat, May 21 Time: 11 am Cost: $15 Location: Salem United Methodist Church Address: 14825 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-527-2522 or 636-2207330 for reservations Learn all about quilts and what ladies went through to get dressed in the 1800’s. All proceeds support the preservation of the Historic Bacon Log Cabin.

Tim McGraw Date: Sat, May 21 Time: call Cost: $29.50; $49.50; $76.50 Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Contact: 800-745-3000; livenation.com Guests: Luke Bryan and The Band Perry

Ellisville Bike and Car Seat Safety Day Date: Sat, May 21 Time: 9 am-2 pm Cost: free Location: St. John Church-west lot Address: 15800 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-394-4100; stjstl.net Free bike fittings, registrations and infant and toddler car seat installations;T-shirts, raffles, prizes and more.There will be a police car and fire engine for the kids.

Beer & BBQ Festival Date: Sat, May 21 Time: 5 pm Location:Westport Plaza Address: 111 Westport Plaza Dr Contact: 314-576-7100; westport.com Enjoy award-winning beers from Missouri breweries and micro-breweries and famous Missouri BBQ. Live music. Proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.Visit web site for details.

Chinese Culture Days Date: Sat, May 21 & Sun, May 22 Time: 10 am-5 pm Cost: $12 adult; $10 senior 65+; $5 garden member and children 3-12 Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Address: 4344 Shaw Blvd Contact: 314-577-9400; 800-642-8842; mobot.org Celebrate Chinese arts, culture, music and cuisine. Experience a traditional dancing dragon parade and enjoy t’ai chi and tea tasting in the Grigg Nanjing Friendship Garden, where special tours focus on the symbolism of many plant species and architectural details.

Faust Historic Village Open House Date: May 21-22, June 18-19, 25-26, July 23-24, 30-31, and August 20-21, 27-28 Time: 1-5 pm Cost: free Location: Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blv Contact: 314-615-8328 Spanning a period from 1840 to 1900, the Historic Village, represents a cross-section of architectural styles and building materials as varied as the population of St. Louis County in the 19th century. Knowledgeable

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guides in period dress will be available to answer questions about the structures, as well as the heritage gardens that are attended to by volunteers.

Thornhill Open House Date: Sat, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 23 & Aug 20; Sun, Jun 26, Jul 31, Aug 28 Time: 1-5 pm Cost: free Location:Thornhill Mansion at Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blvd Contact: 314-615-8328; stlouisco.com Tour the home of Frederick Bates, the second governor of Missouri. Period dressed guides will lead guests through the home and attached kitchen. Also open to tour are the 1820’s and 1860’s barns, smokehouse, ice house, peach orchard and blacksmith shop.The estate also includes the family cemetery, burial site of the governor, his wife Nancy and two of their four children.

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Date: Sun, May 22 Time: 10 am-3 pm Cost: show is free; admission to museum (optional) is $8 adult;$6 senior(62+);$3 under 12 Location: Kemp Auto Museum Address: 16955 Chesterfield Airport Rd Contact: 636-537-1718; kempservices.com Join the fun as the region’s rarest autos are revealed.Two-hundred years of automobile ancestry will stage the museum plaza.

Bon Jovi Date: Sun, May 22 Time: 7:30 pm Cost: $17-$127 Location: Scottrade Center Address: 1401 Clark Ave Contact: 800-745-3000 for tickets;314622-5400 for information; scottradecenter.net

Southern Rhone Class Date: Mon, May 23 Time: 7 pm Cost: $25, 6 wines to be tasted Location: Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar Address: 1772 Clarkson Rd Contact: 636-449-6700; balabanswine.com The Southern Rhone Valley in France offers some of the world’s great wine values.Taste six wines from the Cotes du Rhone to Chateauneuf du Pape.

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Fun, family-friendly environmental educational programs are presented by naturalists, using snakes, parrots, birds and mammals to teach you about the amazing creatures that share our planet and what we can do to help them survive.

Family Aquatic Center Open for the Season in Chesterfield Date: Sat, May 28 Time: Mon-Fri (noon-8 pm); Sat, Sun and Holidays (10 am-8 pm) Location: Family Aquatic Center Address: 16365 Lydia Hill Dr Contact: 636-812-9500 Enjoy this great facility featuring a zero entry pool, splash playground, slides and lazy river.

2011 Chesterfield Amphitheater Concerts 631 Veterans’ Place Drive (by YMCA) 7 - 9 p.m.

39th Annual Gypsy Caravan Date: Mon, May 30 Time: 9 am-5 pm; early bird shopping starts at 7 am Cost: $5; under 12 free; $20 for early bird shopping Location: Campus of University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-286-4452; gypsycaravanstl.org The Midwest’s largest flea market and antiques and art and craft fair featuring hundreds of vendors to benefit the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. Ample parking and easy MetroLink access available. Rain or shine.

June 4 - Groove Thang • June 25 - The Phins July 16 - Griffin & the Gargoyles • July 30 - That 80s Band Aug 13 - Soulard Blues Band • Aug 27 - Erin Bode

Movies Under the Stars (Dusk) Friday June 10 – Despicable Me Friday July 8 – Eat, Pray, Love Aug 5 - Toy Story 3 Enjoy the newest amenity in our community! Bring a blanket or chair and some snacks (no glass please) and enjoy!

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Living Word High School Youth Ultimate Frisbee

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Date: Starts Tue, May 31(occurring every Tue all summer) Time: 9-10:30 pm Cost: free Location: Living Word Church Address: 17315 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-821-2800 High School youth enjoy glow in the dark frisbee, pizza, prizes and music.

America I AM:The African American Imprint Exhibit Date: Sun, May 29-Mon, Sep 5 Time: 10 am- 5 pm daily;Tue till 8 pm Cost: call Location:The History Museum Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-746-4599; mohistory.org This exhibit celebrates African American contributions to our nation. 200 artifacts, sports memorabilia and personal items of interest.

Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series:Arvell & Co.

Hey! There’s Nature in My Woods!

Date: Fri, May 27 Time: 5-8 pm Cost: free Location: St. Louis Zoo Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-781-0900; stlzoo.org

Date: Every 4th Sat of the month April thru October Time: 9-11 am; registration at 8:30 am Cost: small fee Location:The World Bird Sanctuary Address: 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Rd Contact: 636-225-4390 x 102; worldbirdsanctuary.org Join the leisurely two-hour hike to see what kind of nature is in the woods. An expert naturalist will lead you on your hike. Learn about trees and rocks, birds, mammals and all sorts of other things. Reservations required.

12th Annual Rib America Festival Date: Fri, May 27-Mon, May 30 Time: 11 am-11 pm (27-29);11 am-8 pm (30) Cost: free certain times (check web site for details) Location: Soldier’s Memorial Plaza Address: Downtown St. Louis Contact: 314-622-4550; ribamerica.com The finest barbecue chefs from throughout the country showcase and serve their awardwinning barbecue and compete for various awards such as best ribs and best sauce.

Live Music at the Weinstrasse Wineries… Augusta Wine & Beer Garden 5601 High St 636-228-4301 augustawinery.com Free live music Sat & Sun, 1pm Sun, May 1 - Live Music TBD Sat, May 7 - Live Music TBD Sun, May 8 - Ivan Smith (MOTHER'S DAY) Sat, May 14 - Dave Bennett Sun, May 15 Mark Moebeck Sat, May 21 - Lenny Frisch Sun, May 22 -Terry Beck Sat, May 28 - Ed Belling (MEMORIAL WEEKEND) Sun, May 29 -Live Music (MEMORIAL WEEKEND) Mon, May 30 Ivan Smith (MEMORIAL DAY)

Amazing Animal Encounters Sponsored by Ameren Missouri

Montelle Winery 201 Montelle Dr 888-595-wine montelle.com Free live music Sat & Sun, 1-5 pm unless noted Sun, May 1-Jan Marks Sat, May 7-Osage Ramblers Sat, May 7-Art & Nancy Duo; 6-9 pm Sun, May 8-Arvell & Dawn ((MOTHER’S DAY) Sat, May 14-Kaylor & Tomasino

Date: Every Sat & Sun Memorial Day to Labor Day (except Jul 10) Time: Sat (11:30 am & 2 pm); Sun (1:30 pm) Cost: free Location:The World Bird Sanctuary Address: 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Rd Contact: 636-225-4390 x 102; worldbirdsanctuary.org

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Sat, May 14-Lenny Frisch;6-9 pm Sun, May 15-Anita Rosamond Duo Sat, May 21-TBA Sat, May 21-Terry Beck; 6-9 pm Sun, May 22-Smith & Logan Sat, May 28-Doc-Roc-It; 12-4 pm (MEMORIAL WEEKEND) Sat, May 28-TBA; 5-9 pm Sun, May 29-Stone Mountain Railroad Sun, May 29TBA; 6-9 pm Mon, May 30-Mark Moebeck; 1-4 pm

Sugar Creek Winery Boone Country La 636-987-2400 sugarcreekwines.com Free live music every Sat & Sun, 1-5 pm Sun, May 1-Tom Nickeson Sat, May 7-Terry Beck Sun, May 8-Rick Curtright (Mother’s Day) Sat, May 14-acoustic Groove Duo Sun, May 15-Terry Beck Sat, May 21-Rick Curtright Sun, May 22-Dennis Schilligo Sat, May 28-Terry Beck (Memorial Weekend) Sun, May 29-Tom Nickeson Mon May 30-Rick Curtright (Memorial Day)

Balducci Vineyards 6601 Hwy 94 S 636-482-vino balduccivineyards.com Live music on Sat, 3-7 pm & Sun 2-6 pm Sun, May 1-The Brokaw Duo Sat, May 7-The Steve Leslie Band Sun, May 8-Scott Laytham & Karl Holmes (Mother’s Day) Sat, May 14-Dick and Jane Band Sun, May 15-Pennsylvania Slim Blues Band Sat, May 21-My Friend Mike Sun, May 22-Arvell & Dawn Sat, May 28-Crossfire (Memorial Weekend) Sun, May 29-Stacey Collins Band

Kids,Tweens & Teens Stories@Stages: “May I Bring a Friend” by Beatrice Schenk DeRegniers Date:Wed, May 4 Time: 10:15 am or 1:15 pm Cost: call Location: STAGES St. Louis Address: 444 Chesterfield Center Contact: 636-530-5959; stagesstlouis.org Bring your child and experience their favorite classic kid stories. Enjoy an interactive reading and performance by STAGES artists, followed by dramatic play activities for the children.

Art@Your Library: Hip Hop Date:Thu, May 5 Time: 4 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Do you watch other people busting cool moves and wish you could too? Join a COCA instructor for a beginner hip-hop experience and learn all the moves to make you look good! Grades 3-8. Registration required.

Visiting Artist Series: Origami Date: Sat, May 7-Sun, May 8 Time: workshop 10 am-5 pm (7); 11:30 (8) Cost: free with museum admission Location:The Magic House


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Address: 516 S Kirkwood Rd Contact: 314-822-8900 Join Sugi Taylor for a paper folding frenzy! Sugi will demonstrate how to make origami Samurai warrior helmets, kimonos, cranes and other pieces of paper art.

Lego Fun Date: Sat, May 7 Time: 2 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Have fun building with Legos! The library provides the theme and the Legos and you provide the creativity. Ages 7-12. Group size is limited, registration required.

Little Ninjas (4-6 yrs) Date:Thu, May 19-Thu, Jul 7 & Sat, May 21-Sat, Jul 16 (no class 5/28) Time: 5:30-6:15 (Thu); 1:30-2:15 (Sat) Cost: $60 member; $85 nonmember Location: Marilyn Fox Bldg Address: 16801 Baxter Rd Contact: 314-442-3498 Gain confidence and balance in this nationally accredited program introducing tae kwon do to children.Through lessons and training children learn discipline and respect.

Tae Kwon Do Date:Thu, May 19-Thu, Jul 7 & Sat, May 21-Sat, Jul 16 (no class 5/28) Time: 6:30-7:30 pm (Thu); 1:30-2:30 (Sat) Cost: $60 member; $85 nonmember Location: Marilyn Fox Bldg Address: 16801 Baxter Rd Contact: 314-442-3498 Acquire strength, confidence, knowledge and control through ancient art form of tae kwon do. Class is instructed by 4th degree blackbelt Joe Barnard.

Teen Afterhours: “Where in the World…?” Trivia Night Date: Fri, May 20 Time: 8:30 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Test your knowledge of all things geographical and cultural from around the world. Participants will be grouped in tables of 6-so come as a team or by yourself. Snacks provided. Registration required.

Health, Sports & Fitness Sibling Class Date: Mon, May 2 & 16 Time: 10-11:30 am Cost: $10 per child Location: St. Luke’s Hospital-conf Room 4 Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd Contact: 314-205-6906; stlukes-stl.com An opportunity for younger children to feel they are an important part of the upcoming event. For children three to six years. Children practice holding a newborn-size doll and make a present for their new brother or sister.They also visit the newborn nursery. Parents meet separately. Registration required.

Fitness First Friday Date: Fri, May 6 Time: 5:30-9 pm Cost: free with museum admission Location:The Magic House

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Address: 516 S Kirkwood Rd Contact: 314-822-8900 Earn free admission and take the first step toward a healthy lifestyle. Families can stretch their muscles and their minds.

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Date: Sat, May 7 Time: registration 9 am; 5k start-10 am; 1 mile walk-10:30 am Cost: $30 adult; age 2-17 $10; under 2 free Location: Creve Coeur Park Address:Tremayne Shelter Contact: 618-920-8116 Ten area organizations will join forces to raise money and awareness for people with cognitive and developmental disabilities in the St. Louis community.

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Date: Sat, May 7 Time: call Cost: call Location: Starts at Lafayette High School. Ends at Wildwood Town Center Contact: 636-458-0440 5K Walk in conjunction with the Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure.

adults, their children and caregivers in the payment of their monthly bills. Our clients have the peace of mind that their bills will be paid on time and without any late fees.

Staying Home Alone

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Date: Mon, May 9 Time: 6:30- 8:30 pm Cost: $20 parent/child Location: the Lodge Des Peres Address: 1050 Des Peres Rd Contact: 314-454-5437 Workshop to help parents and children determine child’s readiness-physically, mentally, emotionally and socially-to stay home alone and helps prepare them for this experience. Sponsored by St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

Contact Margo: margo@checksandbalancesplus.com

Contact: 314-205-690; stlukes-stl.com This class is designed for new or expectant parents.Topics include bathing and dressing, newborn characteristics, common illnesses in infancy, infant CPR, car and home safety. Class size is limited to 10 couples. Registration required and personal information needed when registering.

Osteoporosis Awareness and Bone Density Screening Date:Tue, May 10 Time: 6-8 pm Cost: free Location: Middendorf-Kredell Branch Library Address: 2750 Hwy K Contact: 636-344-2273 for reservations; progresswesthealthcare.org Learn about the risk, diagnosis and treatment options of osteoporosis. Presented by Dr. Fortado-Clark. Prior to lesson, participate in a bone density screening and receive immediate results. Call for appointment time.

St. Luke’s HeartCaring Wellness Package Date:Tue, May 17 Time: 7:15-9:30 am Cost: $30 Location: Desloge Outpatient Center-conf room 1 Address: 121 St. Luke’s Center Dr Contact: 314-542-4848; stlukes-stl.com Learn about your health through this one-onone individualized risk analysis that includes screenings for blood pressure, weight and waist measurement, body mass index and fasting lipid panel with glucose. Receive your results immediately and receive personal health-coaching from a HeartCaring professional. Appointment required.

Babysitting 101 presented by St. Louis Children’s Hospital Date: Sat, May 14 Time: 12-4 pm Cost: $24 Location:The Lodge Des Peres Address: 1050 Des Peres Rd Contact: 314-454-kids An introduction to the basics of babysitting. Topics include the business of babysitting, child development, safety/first aid, fun and games.

CPR for Family and Friends presented by St. Louis Children’s Hospital Date:Tue, May 17 Time: 6:30-9:30 pm Cost: $25 Location: Progress West HealthCare Center Address: 2 Progress Point Pky Contact: 314-454-kids For ages 16 and over (10-15 with an adult). Instruction and hands-on practice in infant, child and adult CPR and first-aid for choking.

Infant Care Class Date: Sat, May 14 & 21 Time: 9 am-1 pm Cost: $40 per couple Location: St. Luke’s Hospital-3rd floor across from the Medical Library Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd

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Happiest Baby on the Block Date:Thu, May 19 Time: 7-9 pm Cost: $50 (includes DVD and CD) Location: St. Luke’s Hospital, 3rd floor across from the Medical Library Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd Contact: 314-205-6906; stlukes-stl.com Are you ready to be a parent? Sleepless nights, crying baby, marital stress. Learn an extraordinary approach to calm your baby and how to step-by-step help babies to sleep longer and soothe even the fussiest infant in minutes…or less! You can come to class before or after baby is born. If after; you are encouraged to bring baby. Registration required.

“Kids Walking for Kids”-A Celebration of Hope! Date: Sat, May 21 Time: 5-9 pm Cost: $24 Location: Creve Coeur Park Address: Maryland Heights Contact: 314-952-2046; chadscoalition.org Sponsored by Montgomery Bank, Gateway Fireworks Displays, Best Buy, Kohl’s, and St. continued on next page

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Knitting@Sachs

Time: 7:30 am-12 pm Cost: $22 adult; $10 child for Kids Race Location: St. Louis Zoo Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-646-4771; stlzoo.org Runners and walkers of all ages can participate in a 5k run/walk or a one-mile race through Forest Park. Kids 7-12 can participate in a half-mile race and kids 6-years and under can participate in a quarter-mile kid’s race.

John’s Mercy Behavioral Health, the familyfriendly, uplifting event features food, games, team competitions, arts and crafts, beach volleyball, Euro-Bungee, live music and a memorial walk. KWK will include resource booths and information on the various programs offered by CHADS (Communities Healing Adolescent Depression and Suicide).The evening will be capped off with a fireworks display generously donated by John Weiter of Gateway Fireworks Displays.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital Make Tracks for the Zoo

Date: Mon, May 9 Time: 7 pm Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Knit, crochet or work on other fiber and needle arts. Bring a project you are working on or start a new one. Share ideas and techniques with experienced knitters. Assistance provided for beginners. Bring your own needles and yarn. Registration not required.

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Movie Watchers Discussion Group Date:Wed, May 25 Time: 2 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Join in a lively discussion about movies! This month will feature the versatile character actor Johnny Depp. Recommended for adults. Popcorn provided.

Game Fun Date:Tue, May 3 & 17 Time: 2 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Join other adults and play cards or any other game in a fun, social setting.You bring the cards and games, refreshments provided.

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Date:Thu, May 26 Time: 7 pm Cost: free Location: Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library Address: 16400 Burkardt Pl Contact: 314-994-3300 Topic of the month: Picasa Web Album and Picasa Photo Editor software. Discussion on sharing photos with family and ordering to develop photos over the internet.

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Date: Mon, May 2-Golf Tournament @ Forest Hills Tue, May 3-Lunch and Learn; “Vibrant Chesterfield-A New Business Update,The Latest of What’s Happening.” ($15 members @ Chamber Office) Wed, May 4-Business Over Breakfast Roundtables: topics include-Facebook for Business;The Smart Phone-Your Personal Productivity Tool; Managing Your Social Media Presence. ($15 members @ Doubletree Hotel) Thu, May 5-First Thursday Coffee (see below) Contact: 636-532-3399 Reservations required for all events.

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Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Coffee Date:Thu, May 5 Time: 7:30-9 am Cost: free to members; $15 to non- members Location: St. Luke’s Women’s Center Address: #6 McBride and Son Center Dr Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly early morning breakfast networking. Food and beverage provided. Reservations required 48 hours in advance. Sponsored by St. Luke’s Women’s Center

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting Date:Wed, May 18 Time: 11:30 am-1 pm Cost: $20 to members; $25 to non-members Location: Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center Address: 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly luncheon. Meet other Chamber members and hear local and regional speakers as well as networking. Reservations required 48 hours in advance. Sponsored by Commerce Bank.

Jeffrey Gitomer Seminars at Doubletree Hotel Date:Thu, May 19 & Fri, May 20 Time: (19) 2:30-3 pm registration and refreshments, 3-5:30 pm Jeffrey Presents (20) 7-8 am registration and breakfast, 8 am-12 pm Jeffrey Presents Cost: $199 (19); $149 (20) Location: Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center Address: 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd Contact: 704-333-1112 for information SPECIAL OFFER-order tickets online at gitomer.com/stlouis to either event and enter promo code CHESTERFIELDCOC to get $20 off your ticket price.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Date:Wed, May 25 Time: 5-7 pm Cost: free to members; $15 to non- members Location: Amini’s Home, Rugs and Game Room Address: 17377 Chesterfield Airport Rd Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly after hours networking event. Food and drink provided. Reservations required 48 hours in advance. Sponsored by Amini’s.

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Scavenger Hunt In the ads within this issue, we've hidden a Chamber of Commerce Logo for you to find. (It’s not the one on the table of contents or on the City of Chesterfield ad). When you find it, fax, mail or e-mail your name, address and telephone number to the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce along with the name of the ad in which you found the logo. When we receive your information, we'll enter you into a drawing June 15. Congrats to the winner of the last scavenger hunt Lauren Bacon. The logo was in the Lukas Liquor ad on page 32.

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A Chorus Line Presented by STAGES St. Louis Date: Fri, Jun 3-Sun, Jul 3 Time:Tue through Sun, times vary Cost: $15-$55 Location: Robert G. Reim Theatre at Kirkwood Civic Center Address: 111 S. Geyer Rd Contact: 314-821-2407; stagesstlouis.org

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis: Pelleas and Melisande

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Date: Sun, Jun 5,Wed, Jun 8, Sat, Jun 11, Tue, Jun 14,Thu, Jun 16, Fri, Jun 24 Time: 7 pm (5); 8 pm (8-11-16-24); 1 pm (14) Cost: call Location:The Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org Debussy’s beautiful opera is at once intensely lyrical and erotic. A prince marries a mysterious young woman he finds in the forest, but she falls in love with his brother, Pelleas, with fatal consequences.The opera is sung in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis:The Daughter of the Regiment Date:Wed, Jun 1; Fri, Jun 3,Thu, Jun 9, Sat, Jun 18,Wed, Jun 22, Sun, Jun 26 Time: 8 pm; 1 pm (18-22); 7 pm (26) Cost: call Location:The Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org A dazzling showcase of vocal fireworks. Donizetti’s delicious comedy is the tale of Maric, who was found on the battlefield as a tiny baby and adopted by the 21st Regiment of the French Army, and her beloved Tonio.The opera is sung in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

The Visit Date:Thu, Jun 9-Sat, Jun 25 Time: 8 pm,Thu-Sat; 2 pm (25) Cost: $20 adult; $18 students & seniors Location:Tower Grove Abbey Address: 2336 Tennessee Ave Contact: 314-865-1995; straydogtheatre.org The world’s most glamorous and wealthy woman returns to the hometown of her youth, finding it debt-ridden and on the verge of selfdestruction. She offers the townsfolk wealth beyond imagination to save them from inevitable ruin. However, the money comes with sinister stipulations! This macabre parable for the ages is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis: Don Giovanni Date:Thu, Jun 2; Fri, Jun 10, Sun, Jun 12, Wed, Jun 15 Sat, Jun 18,Wed, Jun 22, Sat, Jun 25 Time: 8 pm (2-10-18-22); 7 pm (12);1 pm (15-25) Cost: call Location:The Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org Don Giovanni is set in Seville in the mid-17th century and is based on the legends of Don Juan.The opera is sung in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

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Opera Theatre of Saint Louis:The Death of Klinghoffer Date:Wed, Jun 15; Fri, Jun 17; Sun, Jun 19, Tue, Jun 21,Thu, Jun 23, Sat, Jun 25 Time: 8 pm (15-17-23-25); 7 pm (19); 1 pm (21) Cost: call Location:The Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre Address: Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University Contact: 314-961-0644; experienceopera.org Based on the true story of the hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro by Palestinian terrorists and the murder of a passenger, “The Death of Klinghoffer,” represents a chilling moment in history.This will be the first staged

The Pikes Peak Ringers Date: Fri, Jun 3 Time: 8 pm Cost: $12; $17 Location: Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis Address: 4431 Lindell Blvd Contact: 314-533-7662; cathedral concerts.org Recognized world wide as one of the premiere handbell ensembles.

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production of John Adam’s opera since the original 1991 production.This opera is sung in English and performed with members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

The Ambassadors of Harmony:Voices in Harmony 2011 Date: Sat, Jun 18 Time: 2 & 8 pm Cost: call Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; touhill.org The best of the best in a capella singing.

Legally Blonde Date: Mon, Jun 20-Sun, Jun 26 Time: 8:15 pm Cost: call Location:The Muny Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314361-1900 for information; muny.org Based on the hit movie. Legally Blonde is a fresh and effervescent evening of musical fun all wrapped up in a Tiffany bow!

“A Little Lunch Music”with Opera Theatre Saint Louis Date: Mon, Jun 20 Time: 12:30 pm Cost: free Location: Bonhomme Presbyterian Church Address: 14820 Conway Rd Contact: 636-519-1955 Join Chesterfield Arts for a wonderful celebration of song with artists who are featured in the Opera Theatre main season production.

Saint Louis Ballet: “Romeo and Juliet” Date: Fri, Jun 24-Sun, Jun 26 Time: 7:30 (24-25); 2 pm (25-26) Cost: $25; $37; $47 Location: Blanche M.Touhill Performing Arts Center Address: University of Missouri-St. Louis Contact: 314-516-4949; touhill.org Forbidden romance and intense turmoil unfold with fiery elegance in the world premiere of “Romeo and Juliet.”

“Kiss Me Kate” Date: Mon, Jun 27-Sun, Jul 3 Time: 8:15 pm Cost: call Location:The Muny Address: Forest Park Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314361-1900 for information; muny.org A troupe of actors performing “Taming of the Shrew” find that their tempestuous real lives have a romantic and musical way of reprising their stage lives. A captivating score and delicious double plot!


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Fairs, Festivals & Concerts Missouri Botanical Garden Whitaker Music Festival Date:Wed, Jun 1-Wed, Aug 3 Time: 7:30 pm; children’s garden remains open until 7 pm Cost: free admission to the Garden after 5 pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Address: 4344 Shaw Ave Contact: 314-577-5100 for information; mobot.org An evening outdoor concert series. Artists vary each week. Bring chairs or blankets for seating and a picnic or you may purchase sandwiches and beverages on site. No pets or bbq grills.

Circus Flora: “Vagabond Adventures” Date:Thu, Jun 2- Sun, Jun 26 Time: 7 pm (Tue-Thu); 2 & 7 pm (FriSat); 1 & 5:30 pm (Sun); 10 am (Sun) a special one-hour show for smaller children Cost: $8-$44 Location: under the red and white airconditioned tent Address: Grand Blvd and Samuel Shepard Dr (Grand Center Arts District) Contact: 314-534-1111 for tickets; 314289-4040 for information; circusflora.org Circus Flora, St. Louis’ own intimate one-ring theatre circus where audience members are as close as two-feet and never more than 40 feet from the ring.

Laumeier Sculpture Park Music + Movie Series Date: Fri, Jun 3- Fri, Jun 24 Time: 7 pm concert; 8 pm movie Cost: free Location: Outdoor Music Amphitheatre, Laumeier Park Address: 12580 Rott Rd Contact: 314-821-1209; laumeier.org Music + Movie features a local band followed by an outdoor movie on four Fridays in June. Blankets or chairs encouraged. Coolers are permitted but no glass. No pets.

St. Martin’s Church Garage Sale Date: Fri, Jun 3-Sat, Jun 4 Time: 8 am Cost: free Location: St. Martin’s Episcopal Church Address: 15764 Clayton Rd Contact: stmartinschurch.org Proceeds will benefit Outreach Ministries. A partial list of items for sale include household items, books, toys, infant items, clothing, holiday and gift boutique items. Cash only.

Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series: Spur Date: Fridays Time: 5-8 pm Cost: free Location:The Saint Louis Zoo Address: in the center of the zoo Contact: 314-781-0900; stlzoo.org Jun 3-Spur Jun 10-Ticket to the Beatles Jun 24-Hudson and the HooDoo Cats

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Make Your Mark Mural Project June 4, 2011 Chesterfield Arts Painting of Levee Wall

Chesterfield Arts, the City's designated arts agency, has assembled more than 60 West County 8th 12th grade students to design and facilitate the painting of a 550 foot-long mural project for the new Chesterfield-Monarch Levee flood wall in the Chesterfield Valley near the intersection of Baxter & Edison Roads. Chesterfield Arts is inviting the community to come help Paint this monumental color-bynumber mural on June 4. "Make Your Mark" and help this young generation's vision become a reality. For more information or to get involved, visit chesterfieldarts.org or call 636-519-1955.

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Date: Fri, Jun 3-Sat, Jun 4 Time: call Cost: call Location: Central West End Neighborhood Contact: 314-361-2850; thecwe.com A food, art and music extravaganza featuring samplings from restaurants, live music, wine garden, children’s pavilion, artists.

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World Bird Sanctuary National Trails Day Date: Sat, Jun 4 Time: 9 am-1 pm Cost: free Location:The World Bird Sanctuary Address: 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Rd Contact: 636-225-4390 x 102; worldbirdsanctuary.org Family-friendly event with three different length trails to suit your pace. Naturalists’ with live animals will be at stations along the trails. Free activities with prizes and snacks for sale.

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Movies Under the Stars“Despicable Me” Date: Fri, Jun 10 Time: dusk Cost: free Location: Central Park Amphitheatre Address: 631 Veterans Place Dr Contact: 636-812-9500 There is a combination of fixed and lawn seating for movie viewing. Concessions will be available but you can bring your own. No glass.

Route 66 Festival Date: Sat, Jun 4-Sun, Jun 5 Time: call Cost: free Location: Old Chain of Rocks Bridge Contact: 314-416-9930 x 109; confluencegreenway.org Celebrate the Mother Road with hours of fun on both the Missouri and the Illinois sides of the bridge. Events include a classic car competition lining the bridge, vintage motorcycles, food and beer garden.

Kimmswick Strawberry Festival Date: Sat, Jun 4-Sun, Jun 5 Time: 10 am-5 pm Cost: free Location: Kimmswick, MO Contact: cityofkimmswick.com The Strawberry Festival will feature a wide assortment of crafters as well as home and garden vendors. As always there will be an abundance of food and a wide variety of music and activities. A great family event.

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Concert Series at the New Central Park Amphitheater Date: Sat Time: 7-9 pm Cost: free Location: Central Park Amphitheatre Address: 631 Veterans Pl Dr Contact: 636-537-4000 Jun 4-Groove Thang Jun 25-The Phins

Chesterfield Chamber Summer Concert

Date: Sat, Jun 11 Time: 8-10 pm Cost: free Location: Family Aquatic Center Address: 16365 Lydia Hill Dr Contact: 636-812-9500 Celebrate the beginning of summer by making a big splash at the family pool party. Entertainment by a DJ.

Big Truck Day Date: Sun, Jun 12 Time: 10 am-3 pm Cost: free-additional charge for museum Location: Kemp Auto Museum Address: 16955 Chesterfield Airport Rd Contact: 636-537-1718 Kids and truck lovers of all ages, join the fun for face painting, live music and BIG TRUCKS! Please bring a food item to support Operation Food Search.

Gateway to the Stars Program: Astronomy Theme Date: Mon, Jun 13 Time: 8-10 pm Cost: free Location: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Address: Odyssey Theatre & Gateway Arch Grounds Contact: 314-655-1700; nps.gov/jeff The program begins with an astronomy theme presentation in the Odyssey Theatre followed by public telescope viewing led by volunteers from the St. Louis Astronomical Society.

Date:Tue, Jun 7 Time: gates open @5:15 pm; concert at 7 pm Cost: free Location: Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blvd Contact: 636-532-3399; chesterfieldmochamber.com The first concert of the summer brings fun for all! Enjoy the birthday celebration for the City of Chesterfield including free cake and children’s prizes as well as a special fireworks display at 9 pm. See full schedule on facing page.......

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Des Peres Concert SeriesDr. Zhivegas

Date:Thu, Jun 16-Sat, Jun 18 Time: 11 am-6:30 pm Location: Four Seasons Plaza parking lot Address: Olive just west of 141 Contact: 314-378-4758 Purchase ribs, pork steaks, bratwurst and hot dogs with sides of coleslaw, baked beans and chips. Proceeds to benefit local charities. Delivery on orders over $50.

Date: Fri, Jun 10 Time: 7-9:30 pm Cost: free Location: Des Peres Park Address: 12325 Manchester Rd Contact: 314-835-6150 Bring lawn chairs and coolers with your favorite snack and beverage. No glass. Concessions available with help from Boy Scout Troop 313. Concerts sponsored by Des Peres Hospital, First National Bank of St. Louis and Schnucks.

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Splash-Tacular Pool Party

Date:Tue, Jun 14 Time: sundown Cost: free Location:Westport Plaza Address: 111 Westport Plaza Dr Contact: 314-576-7100 Bring lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy a movie under the Stars. Before the movieFREE popcorn, cotton candy, face painting and balloon twisting.

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Address: 111 Westport Plaza Dr Contact: 314-576-7100; westport.com Outdoor party in the plaza with live music and drink specials.Visit web site for details.

ZOOFARI Date: Fri, Jun 17 Time: 7 pm-12 am Cost: call Location: Saint Louis Zoo Contact: 314-646-4771 for reservations; stlzoo.org Creative black-tie fundraiser benefitting the Saint Louis Zoo. Over 50 area restaurants, caterers and bars will participate. Live music, dancing, silent auction and more. Ages 21 and up.

Marine Week in St. Louis Date: Mon, Jun 20-Sun, Jun 26 Time: varies Cost: free and open to the public Location:Venues to include the Gateway Arch, Soldiers Memorial Military Museum and Cardinal Village at Busch Stadium Contact: marines.mil/marineweek The U.S. Marine Corps partners with the City of St. Louis to host Marine Week 2011. This week-long event will serve to honor and recognize Marines for their service and sacrifice through speaking engagements and equipment displays as well as the opportunity for visitors to climb aboard official USMC ground vehicles and aircraft, take physical fitness challenges and hear the Marine Band.

Disney’s 101 Dalmations by STAGES St. Louis Date:Wed, Jun 22-Sun, Jul 3 Time:Tue-Sun; performance times vary Cost: $15-$55 Location: Robert G. Reim Theatre Address: 111 S Geyer Rd Contact: 314-821-2407; stagesstlouis.org An exciting canine caper that will keep you laughing.

Wildwood Movie Night Date: Fri, Jun 24 Time: 8:45 pm Cost: free Location:Wildwood Town Center Plaza Address: 221 Plaza Dr Contact: 636-458-0440 “The Karate Kid (2010 version); Free popcorn, soda and snowcones.

PrideFest St. Louis Date: Sat, Jun 25-Sun, Jun 26 Time: 11 am-6 pm Cost: call Location:Tower Grove Park Contact: 314-772-8888; pridestl.org PrideFest is an annual celebration of gay, lesbian and transgender culture.The festival includes a parade, live entertainment and more. Parade begins at noon on Sun at Utah and Grand.

Penfolds Winery Dinner Date: Sun, Jun 26 Time: 6:30 pm Cost: $75 per person + tax and gratuity Location: Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar Address: 1772 Clarkson Rd Contact: 636-449-6700; balabanswine.com Join us in welcoming Penfolds Winery, Australia’s most iconic winery and producer of the great Penfolds Grange.Taste through

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five Penfolds wines in a five-course wine dinner format.

Chamber Summer Concerts in Faust Park Provide Entertainment for all Audiences

Keith Urban “Get Closer” 2011 World Tour Date:Wed, Jun 29 Time: call Cost: $25; $55; $75 Location: Scottrade Center Address: 1401 Clark Ave Contact: 314-622-5400 scottradecenter.net Critics have called Urban’s shows “one of the best reasons in the world to attend a live concert”. Urban’s catalogue of hits combined with an all new production will give his fans a unique concert experience.

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aust Park is the place to be this summer as the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce once again presents their FREE concert series in Faust County Park on Tuesday evenings. Every Tuesday night beginning June 7, Faust Park will come alive with concert goers, food, dancing and of course, the sounds of the best toe-tapping live music around! The 2011 concert series kicks-off with local favorite the Bob Kuban Band on June 7 and features a special birthday celebration for the City of Chesterfield. Free birthday cake will be served and special prizes for children will be available. A fireworks display worthy of all your “ooohs and ahhs” concludes this special birthday celebration following the concert at 9 p.m. Don’t miss this first concert of the summer season! All concerts and parking are free of charge. The Park opens at 5:15 p.m. with pre-concert entertainment for children provided by the City of Chesterfield Parks Department and art projects courtesy of Chesterfield Arts. Affordable concessions are available for purchase including: soda, beer, wine, water, brats, hot dogs, Chick-fil-A sandwiches, popcorn, candy, snacks, frozen custard and more at the Chamber’s concession stand. Seating is comfortable and informal so bring blankets and lawn chairs and put on your dancing shoes! Concerts begin at 7 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. For more information regarding the 2011 concert series or for cancellations, call the Chamber office at 636-5323399 or visit chesterfieldmochamber.com.

Augusta Wine & Beer Garden 5601 High St 636-228-4301 augustawinery.com Free live music Sat & Sun, 1pm

Montelle Winery 201 Montelle Dr 888-595-wine montelle.com Free live music Sat & Sun, 1-5 pm unless noted Sat, Jun 4-TBA Sat, Jun 4-Russ Anderson; 6-9 pm Sun, Jun 5-Lucky Dan & Naked Mike Sat, Jun 11-Anita Rosamond Sat, Jun 11-Ed Belling; 6-9 pm Sun, Jun 12-TBA Sat, Jun 18-Swing Set Sat, Jun 18-Mark Moebeck; 6-9 pm Sun, Jun 19-The Accidentals (Fathers Day) Sat, Jun 25-Terry Beck; 6-9 pm Sun, Jun 26-Arvell & Dawn

Sugar Creek Winery Boone Country La 636-987-2400 sugarcreekwines.com Free live music every Sat & Sun, 1-5 pm Sat, Jun 4-Terry Beck Sun, Jun 5- Rick Curtright Sat, Jun 11-Acoustic Groove Sun, Jun 12-Salt of the Earth Duo Sat, Jun 18-Tom Nickeson Sun, Jun 19-Rick Curtright Sat, Jun 25-Terry Beck Sun, Jun 26-Ivan Smith *Memorial Day

Balducci Vineyards 6601 Hwy 94 S 636-482-vino balduccivineyards.com Live music on Sat from 3-7 pm and Sun 2-6 pm Sat, Jun 4-My Friend Mike Sun, Jun 5- Route D Sat, Jun 11-Pilot Grove Sun, Jun 12-Scott Laytham & Karl Holmes Duo Sat, Jun 18-Crossfire Sun, Jun 19-Arvell & Dawn Sat, Jun 25-Crossfire Sun, Jun 26-Stacey Collins Band

Don’t miss a concert this summer! Circle these dates on your calendar for family fun all summer long! June 7: Bob Kuban Celebrate the City of Chesterfield's Birthday at the first concert of the summer! Attendees are treated to free birthday cake, special prizes and fireworks to end the evening! June 14: Scott Laytham and Karl "Trickee" Holmes Duo

June 21: Trilogy June 28: Spectrum July 12: Non-Stop Band July 19: FanFare July 26: The Ralph Butler Band August 2: Sound Judgement August 9: Billy Peek August 16: Yessir

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Camp Potpourri Date:Thu, Jun 16-Thu, July 21 Time: 9:45-11:15 am Cost: $80 member; $120 nonmember Location: Marilyn Fox Bldg Address: 16801 Baxter Rd Contact: 314-442-3454 For ages 1-3 yrs. with adult. A fun-filled morning of active play, simple crafts, snacks, music, and swimming at the water playground.

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Mad Science for Preschoolers Date:Thu, Jun 16, 23, 30 Time: 10:30-11:30 am Cost: $10 per child/adult per class Location: St. Louis Carousel in Faust Park Address: 15185 Olive Blvd Contact: 314-615-8383 Purchase 7 classes-8th is free. For ages 3-5. Each class is 45 min. Children perform experiments, participate in demonstrations and have an item to take home at the end of the program. Each child and adult gets to ride the carousel after the program. Registration required. Call or visit the carousel gift shop.

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Date: Mon, Jun 20-Thu, Jun 23 Time: noon-4 pm Cost:TBD Location: St. John Church-Cornerstone Youth Building Address: 15800 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-394-4100; stjstl.net Middle and High School youth. Every afternoon will bring a new activity. Rock climbing, swimming and laser tag are on the agenda.

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Date: Fri, Jun 3 Time: 6 pm Cost: call Location: Selvidge Middle School Address: 235 New Ballwin Rd Contact: 636-812-9500 Program to introduce children between the ages of 9 and 14 to physical fitness through basic track and field events.

Green Rock Trail Challenge Date: Sat, Jun 4 Time: 7 am Cost: free with registration Location: Muckerman Shelter in Greensfelder Park Address: 4515 Hencken Rd Contact: 636-458-0440 Seven-mile hike on the Green Rock Trail; breakfast at 7 am; lunch at end of hike. Registration required.

Relay for Life of Rockwood presented by The American Cancer Society Date: Fri, Jun 3-Sat, Jun 4 Time: 6 pm-6 am Cost: call Location: Lafayette High School Address: 17050 Clayton Rd Contact: 314-286-8160 A celebration of cancer survivorship. During the opening ceremony, survivors will be invited to walk or ride the first lap

Sibling Class Date: Mon, Jun 6 & 27 Time: 10-11:30 am Cost: $10 per child Location: St. Luke’s Hospital-conf Room 4 Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd Contact: 314-205-6906; stlukes-stl.com An opportunity for younger children to feel they are an important part of the upcoming event. For children three to six years. Children practice holding a newborn-size doll and make a present for their new brother or sister.They also visit the newborn nursery. Parents meet separately. Registration required.

Grandparents Class Date:Thu, Jun 9 Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Cost: $15 Location: St. Luke’s Hospital-3rd floor across from the medical library Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd Contact: 314-205-690; stlukes-stl.com Class for expectant grandparents to review current hospital care for mother and baby, infant safety information and tips on being helpful as a grandparent. A tour of the birthing suites is included.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Date: Sat, Jun 11 Cost: $30 Location: Downtown St Louis Contact: stlouisraceforthecure.org Participate in the 13th annual Race for the Cure and join over 50,000 St Louisans who are expected to join in the fight against breast cancer. Includes a competitive 5k run, a non-competitive 5k run/walk and Fun Walk.


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St. Luke’s HeartCaring Wellness Package Date:Tue, Jun 12 Time: 7:15-9:30 am Cost: $30 Location: Desloge Outpatient Center Address: 121 St Luke’s Center Dr Contact: 314-542-4848; stlukes-stl.com Learn about your health through this one-onone individualized risk analysis that includes screenings for blood pressure, weight and waist measurement, body mass index and fasting lipid panel with glucose. Receive your results immediately and receive personal health-coaching from a HeartCaring professional. Appointment required.

Grills, Guys and Good Health Date:Thu, Jun 16 Time: 6-7:30 pm Cost: $25 per couple; $15 per person Location: Mungenast Lexus St. Louis Contact: 314-542-4848 Couples and singles are invited to enjoy some great BBQ sampling from the Grillin’ Fools and interact with St. Luke’s physicians and other health experts. Free important health screenings such as PSA for prostate cancer and blood pressure. Enjoy beer and wine sampling. Sample tastings from Villa Farotto. Registration required.

Sitter Skills Date: Fri, Jun 17 Time: noon-3:30 pm Cost: $20 Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Address: 232 S Woods Mill Rd Contact: 314-205-690; stlukes-stl.com This program is for beginning baby-sitters, girls and boys age 11 and older to help make their baby-sitting experience a success.The class will cover basic information needed such as: safety information, first-aid and child development. Each baby-sitter receives a participation certificate, baby-sitting handbook and bag. Light snacks provided. Classes taught by St. Luke’s health educators.

Babysitting 101 presented by St. Louis Children’s Hospital Date:Tue, Jun 21 Time: 9 am-1 pm Cost: $24 Location:The Lodge Des Peres Address:1050 Des Peres Rd Contact: 314-454-kids An introduction to the basics of babysitting. Topics include the business of babysitting, child development, safety/first aid, fun and games. Same class Thu, Jun 28 at Wildwood City Hall, 183 Plaza Dr.

Mommies Night Out for Fitness Date:Tue, Jun 21 Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Cost: $40 Location: St. Luke’s Desloge Outpatient Center Address:121 St. Luke’s Center Dr Contact: 314-205-6906 stlukes-stl.com Take time out for "you" as we work our way to good health and fitness during this eight week post partum class. Class provides you with the opportunity to improve your cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility. Enjoy a few minutes of relaxation at the end of the class before heading home. Be healthy and fit

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for your family! Classes are held every Tuesday for eight weeks. Participation in class is recommended for women who are at least six weeks post delivery.

Mommies In Motion Date:Tue, Jun 21 Time: 6:15-7:15 pm Cost: $48 Location: St. Luke’s Desloge Outpatient Center Address:121 St. Luke’s Center Dr Contact: 314-205-6906; stlukes-stl.com Every Tue and Thu between 6/21-8/25. An exercise program designed to address the fitness needs of pregnant women, combining stretching, strengthening and light arobics in a comfortable and supportive environment.

Total Control Course Date:Tue, Jun 21- Tue, Jul 26 Time: 9:30 -10:45 am or 4-5:15 pm Cost: $75 for seven-week program Location: St. Luke’s Desloge Outpatient Center Address:121 St. Luke’s Center Dr Contact: 314-205-6906; stlukes-stl.com Always running to the bathroom? Bladder control problems (including incontinence and overactive bladder) are common and often life-limiting conditions. Strengthen your pelvic core for improved bladder control, better sexual health and flatter abs with this fitness and educational pelvic health program.

Seniors Ice Cream Social Date: Saturday, June 11 Time: from 1pm – 3 pm Cost: FREE Location:The Fountains of West County 15826 Clayton Rd in Ellisville Contact: 636.779.2600 Join us for an Ice Cream Social. Horse drawn carriage rides, door prizes FREE for everyone www.fountainsofwestcounty.com

Business Lunch Talk Date: Every Wednesday Time: noon Cost: free-open to the community Location: St. John Church: Ministry Center Address: 15800 Manchester Rd Contact: 636-394-410; stjstl.net Between jobs? Support group and forum to share information about employment opportunities for people in career transition and/or who are between jobs.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Coffee Date:Thu, Jun 2 Time: 7:30-9 am Cost: free to members; $15 to nonmembers Location: DosterUllom, LLC Address: 16090 Swingley Ridge Rd, #620 Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly early morning breakfast networking. Food and beverage provided. Reservations required 48 hours in advance. Sponsored by DosterUllom, LLC.

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4th of July Celebrations Home • Health • Life • Auto 5151 Mattis Road St Louis, MO 63128-2775

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting

Phone: (314) 842-4442 Residential: (314) 849-3316 Fax: (314) 849-4200

Date:Wed, Jun 15 Time: 11:30 am-1 pm Cost: $20 to members; $25, non-members Location: Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center Address: 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly luncheon. Meet other Chamber members and hear local and regional speakers as well as networking. Reservations required 48 hours in advance.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Date:Thu, Jun 23 Time: 5-7 pm Cost: free to members; $15 to nonmembers Location: Garden View Care Center of Chesterfield Address:1025 Chesterfield Point Pky Contact: 636-532-3399 Monthly after hours networking event. Food and drink provided. Reservations required 48 hours in advance. Sponsored by Garden View Care Center of Chesterfield

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Scavenger Hunt In the ads within this issue, we've hidden a Chamber of Commerce Logo for you to find. (It’s not the one on the table of contents or on the City of Chesterfield ad). When you find it, fax, mail or e-mail your name, address and telephone number to the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce along with the name of the ad in which you found the logo. When we receive your information, we'll enter you into a drawing for a $50 gift certificate to an area restaurant. Entries due by June 15.

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Chesterfield Celebration & Fireworks Monday July 4 Chesterfield holds its Independence Day celebration on the parking lot of Chesterfield Mall on the northwest side, between Macy's and Dillard's. Children's activities, live music, food and fireworks. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. 7:30 p.m. -Live music and entertainment 9:30 p.m. - Fireworks St. Charles Riverfest Monday July 4 - Frontier Park Celebrate Independence Day, along the Missouri River in St. Charles with Parade at 10 am and fireworks at 9:20 p.m. 31st Annual Heritage & Freedom Festival Saturday July 2- Monday July 4 in O’Fallon, MO Join the fun of O’Fallon’s largest festival of the year and annual celebration of our nation’s birthday. The festival at Ozzie Smith Sports Complex features national entertainment, regional bands, a carnival midway, activities for children, crafters, lots of great food and two spectacular nights of fireworks. Free admission. City of Ellisville Monday July 4 at Bluebird Park Live music by Sh-Boom starts at 7 p.m. and fireworks at 9:30 p.m. Fair Saint Louis Saturday July 2-Monday July 4 America's Biggest Birthday Party under the Gateway Arch. Begins with the 134th Annual Veiled Prophet Parade on Saturday, at 10 a.m. followed by three full days of concerts, air shows, spectacular fireworks, the K-Town Kids Zone and much more. Free admission. celebratestlouis.org


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here is nothing like the aroma of freshly picked fruits, flowers, vegetables and other assorted offerings at your neighborhood Farmers’ Market. It may mean that you have to drive a few miles to find a market… but the effort will pay off in high quality, nutritious foods. It can also be a lot of fun to get out and roam the market aisles and see what offerings are available “for the picking.” The idea is simple… buy food produced, grown or raised as close to home as possible. By doing this you get amazing taste and freshness, you help support the local economy, protect the environment and encourage the growth of our local farmers. Most of the time, the produce you get at a Farmers’ Market has been picked within 24 hours and many are pesticide, hormone and chemical free. You know where your food is coming from because the grower is right there selling their product! There are a number of Farmers’ Markets in and around the West County area.

Ellisville Community Farmers’ Market ellisvillefarmersmarket.org The market is open on Thursday evenings beginning in June and is held at Bluebird Park on Kiefer Creek Road. The community pool, tennis courts, playground, trail system and amphitheatre are all located in proximity to the new Farmers’ Market area. The emphasis of the Ellisville Community Farmer’s Market is to create a space for the community to gather each week and enjoy products that are homegrown, homemade and handcrafted. The market offers great live music and tented bistro tables, BBQ, cold drinks and fresh picked, locally grown produce. They

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also offer some great local honey, organic olive oil, baked goods, willow baskets, pottery, kid's activities and more.

Kirkwood Farmers’ Market downtownkirkwood.com/kirkwood-farmersmarket.asp Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Kirkwood, the Market opens on April 9th Monday-Friday (9am-6pm) and Saturday (8am-5pm). The Market serves as a cornerstone for the community as a place to eat, shop and gather with friends. The Market was founded in 1976 as a bicentennial project by the City of Kirkwood. For the best selection from local farmers, visit the Market early on Saturday morning. Kirkwood Tips for Shopping at the Market • Take your time and have fun browsing. • Stroll all the stands to see what's available. • Go early for the best selection. • If you don't know what a food item is, ask questions.

• Ask the producers how to prepare and cook the item. • Don't be afraid to try something new by experimenting. • Involve your children and give them a few dollars to buy produce. • Introduce a friend to the Farmers' Market. • Familiarize yourself with the Market and its producers.

Wildwood Farmers’ Market wildwoodfarmersmarket.com In early spring, the organizers of the Wildwood Farmers’ Market were working hard to get things set up for this market season which opens May 21st. Some of their offerings include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Produce/Meat/Eggs Seafood Plants/Flowers Smoked Chickens, Ribs Jewelry Herbs Hawaiian Shaved Ice Chiropractic services Furniture Repair Service/Kits Kettle Corn Baked Breads & Cookies Distinctive Woodcraft Nursery Plants Organic Clothes Sculptor Paintings

The Wildwood Farmers’ Market is located in Wildwood Town Center at 221 Plaza Drive, off Hwy 100 in Wildwood, MO 63040. Check the web-site for hours of operation.

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Most of the time, the produce you get at a Farmers’ Market has been picked within 24 hours and many are pesticide, hormone and chemical free. ORDER NOW... for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, High School & College Graduations!

Webster Groves Farmers’ Market webstergrovesfarmersmarket.com The Webster Groves Farmers’ Market offers fresh, local and seasonal produce as well as cheeses, breads, honey, nuts, plants, herbs, pastas, condiments and more. The 2011 market season begins on May 5th. The Market is located in the Old Orchard shopping district of Webster Groves, one of two very lively shopping districts within the city. In Old Orchard you can enjoy historic architecture as well as fine dining, boutiques, public art and the very special Gazebo Park lined with apple shaped chairs. While at the Market you can also enjoy live music, chef demonstrations, children’s activities and the surrounding business district. Visit the Market every Thursday from 3pm-7pm, near Gazebo Park at Big Bend & South Old Orchard Ave., in Webster Groves.

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Clayton Farmer’s Market claytonfarmersmarket.com The Clayton Farmer's Market will be getting off to an early start this year with their new Market Master on Saturday, May 7th. The mission of the Clayton Farmers’ Market is to promote good foods from locally grown producers and regionally branded products that appeal to dedicated Market-goers, support local farmers, spotlight organic items as well as other unique or seasonal specialties, and to educate the public about the preparation of local seasonal food. All items for sale are Missouri/Illinois-made and food-themed products with emphasis on the home-grown, homemade or hand crafted. The Market is held on Saturdays from 8:30am-12:30pm and is located at 8282 Forsyth Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63105 (West parking lot of Straub's Market).

Sappington Farmers’ Market sappingtonfarmersmkt.com Over the years, Sappington Farmers’ Market has become a St. Louis icon. The market has been known as a great place to purchase a huge variety of produce at excellent prices. The market’s twenty-year history has included special attention to ethnic foods in an effort to serve Latino, Asian and Eastern European populations in St. Louis. The Sappington Farmers Market has developed relationships with other sustainable farmers, and stocked the shelves with sustainably produced local meats, dairy, cheeses and produce. The Market is located at 8400 Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63119 and is open year-round (except certain Holidays), Monday–Saturday 7am–9 pm and Sunday 7am–8pm. - Ed Hinders 29

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ids and Summer. A great combination for a few days but what do you do for three months with their energy to spare, on a budget, and still want to give them great opportunities to By Donna Beck have fun, expand their horizons, explore possibilities for now and the future?

Close to Home GameTime Sports Chesterfield Indoor All Day and Outdoor Half Day Camps ages 5-12 learn and build sport skills. Local high school and college athletes mentor young players, help develop skills. bnsgametime.com Wildlife Rescue Center, Ballwin One Day Camps available ages 611 only. Other camps available ages 5 – 15. Learn the close connection between different aspects of the environment and ecosystem shifts; nature’s values in life and society as a whole. mowildlife.org YMCA, West County, Chesterfield Programs for sports, swimming, skills, interests, day care through teens. Check out all the possibilities and also check out Trout Lodge for overnight camp with lots of fun experiences for campers or families. ymcastlouis.org Club At Chesterfield All Star Kids Camp at The Club means tennis, swimming, games, activities, fun and friends! 15 indoor/outdoor tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, gymnasium, racquetball, kick ball, a game room and more. Experienced counselors give individu-

YMCA Camps alized attention to keep your kids active while having fun. Lunch included. Before and after care available. Ages 5-12. June - August. Sign up for a week or for the whole summer and save 10%! Siblings receive a 10% discount. clubatchesterfield.com Summer Camp at STAGES June 6 - August 12, STAGES offers daytime camps in musical theatre, acting, voice and dance for children ages 3-18 and evening classes for children and adults. stagesstlouis.org BablerWILD Summer Day Camp A series of four, week-long camps designed to encourage campers to jump in and learn about nature firsthand through daily exploration and discovery. 636-458-3048 Petite Princess Camp at Faust Park Carousel (3-7 Years) Bring your little one to discover her inner Princess. She will refine her royal manners, polish princess posture, learn the positive attributes of princesshood and prepare for a princess dance. Invite her entire royal court (family & friends) to witness the fashion show, royal ball and her transformation into a true princess at the coronation ceremony on the final day. 314-458-8311

Around Town Free Family Film Festival The Regal Cinema at St. Louis Mills Mall shows free movies on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. All movies are rated G or PG. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis and are limited to theatre capacity. June 8 – Aug 4 (various websites; use key words above) COCA, Center of Creative Arts Summer Arts Camps add culinary arts, circus skills, video production and more to programs offered on dance, fitness, theatre/voice, musical theater and visual arts. www.cocastl.org

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Colleges & Universities Maryville University Middle & HS kids completed grades 6 through 10; 2 week, all day intensive studio programs in drawing, metalsmithing, painting and ceramics. Intensive exposure to specific media www.maryville.edu

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St. Louis Community College Wildwood Campus classes on Geocaching, Intro to Chess, Art,College for Kids programs for computer animation, cartooning, first aid, CPR and more at other locations – teacher recommendation for CFK. www.stlcc.edu Washington University Kids & Teens create video games, iPhone apps, C++/Java programs, websites, movies, 3D animations, robots and more; weeklong, day and overnight camps for ages 7-18 (savings code WD222 from stlouiskids.com) www.wustl.edu

Laumeier Sculpture Park Laumeier offers a full evening of free entertainment starting with a concert by a local musician, then a family friendly movie. Music begins at 7 p.m. Movies are at 8:30 p.m. June 4, 11, 18 & 25. www.laumeiersculpturepark.org The Magic House St. Louis' top childrens museum has free admission for families on the third Friday of the month from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Also check out their Visting Artists program! www.magichouse.org


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Forest Park Area Missouri Botanical Garden Residents of St. Louis City and County can get in free at the Missouri Botanical Garden on Wednesdays and Saturdays before noon, must bring proof of residency. Programs in Summer for tots through teens. Scroll all the way down for older kids. www.mobot.org

St Louis Zoo

Missouri History Museum Free programs or small fee programs; also the site of the popular free outdoor Twilight Tuesday concerts. Check out Family & Me, Parents & Me, Youth & Family Special Events. Workshops, lectures, films. Something for all ages, even teens! www.mohistory.org

Admission free, but each day during the summer, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Children's Zoo, Conservation Carousel, Stingrays at Carribean Cove, other special exhibits are also free. For toddlers/pre-schoolers, check out ZOOmagination Station, a free indoor play area at the Living World. Free Friday night concerts. stlzoo.org

St Louis Science Center Admission free for everyone (except for special exhibits). First Friday night of each month there’s a free Star Party at the Planetarium. St. Louis Astronomical Society sets up telescopes for public viewing outside with kidfriendly events inside. Many summer programs. www.slsc.org

Children’s Zoo

The Muny Nearly 1500 free seats for every Muny performance in Forest Park. They are available on a first come, first served basis. Free seat gates open at 7 p.m. Shows start at 8:15 p.m. June 21-Aug 15 www.muny.org

ONE LAST THOUGHT... Surf the net for other great ideas using key words including: St. Louis summer camps activities for kids. Donna Beck, CTC, DS, Advantage Travel Consultants, Women’s & Family Travel Specialist, can be reached at travel4u@advantageintravel.com if you have any questions about traveling or finding great summer experiences for kids and families.

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Zip, Float and Stroll

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hether you have one day or the whole weekend, there are an abundance of activities close to home! Here are some cool ideas for beating the St. Louis summer heat. Looking for some extreme adventure? Take a short drive to Stanton, Missouri (45 minutes west) to the world famous Meramec Caverns. While there, gather your courage, and strap yourself up for a ride on the Caveman Zipline! Soar through the treetops and across the Meramec River in this high-adrenaline adventure. Your 90-minute canopy adventure includes three swinging sky-bridges and four zip rides varying in length from 200 to 1,250 feet, reaching speeds of 50 mph! Your tour includes all equipment, individual instruction, video tutorial and a dry-run mini-zip. No experience is required although there are some restrictions on weight and physical health. Reservations are required and discounts are applied for larger groups. Visit cavemanzipline.com for details.

While there, spend some time exploring the cavern and other activities that will make your visit a one-of-akind experience. Guided tours of the cave are conducted by rangers along well-lighted pathways. On tour you will see both the rarest and largest cave formations in the world. Visitors can relax on a Riverboat Cruise, camp or picnic on the river or enjoy a six-mile or eleven-mile float trip on the river, all from one location. A shuttle bus will take you up river for a leisurely float back to your car. Visit americascave.com for details on pricing and reservations. Enjoy your vacation, get out & about! By Stella Moritz

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Make Party Pudding Cones Ingredients: • 1 box instant pudding • 2 cups cold milk • Waffle ice cream cones • Sprinkles or candies for decoration • 1 quart-size plastic zip-lock bag Preparation • Place the dry pudding mix in the plastic bag. • Add milk and seal the bag. • Knead and mush the bag together until the contents are mixed well and start to thicken. • Put the bag in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes. • When set, cut a small corner off the bag and squeeze contents into ice cream cones. • Decorate with sprinkles or candy. • Be sure to refrigerate any left-over pudding.

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ommy wants to make some money this summer. To do that, his neighbors are going to pay him to cut their grass. He is going to charge them $7 per yard. The first week he has planned to cut 9 yards. The second week he already has 12 yards to cut. • How much money will Tommy make the first week?__________________ • How much will Tommy make the second week?_____________________ • How much money will Tommy make for the two weeks?_______________

Answers: $63 first week; $84 second week; $147 total.

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nother glorious season is upon us, those lazy days of summer and for those of us who did not have the time or energy to clean out the closets or the basement before spring, now is the time to plan for your “big” summer garage sale. With more than a little planning, organization and cooperation from Mother Nature for a sunny day, you will be well on your way to turning your junk into cash and having a very successful garage sale.

For a profitable sale, keep in mind these 4 main tips: 1. Planning 2. Advertising 3. Preparation 4. Set-up

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P.S. Don’t try to plan for a sale one day or even a few days before the sale. It is too much stress and you will set yourself up for disappointment when no one shows, if not advertised in a timely manner. Do have a contingency plan in case of rain. Many people have it anyway; and the diehard garage salers will be there with their rain boots on.

You can never start too early when planning for a garage sale (rummage, yard, estate and, or tag sale). By Margo Colestock Planning and organizing for the big day is a must. Plan, plan and plan some more should be your motto. The first thing you need to consider, of course, is the date of the sale. When choosing your date, keep in mind that weekend Next, choosing a start time for the sale days, Fridays and Saturdays, are considered is important.There is no hard-fast rule as the most “active” garage sale shopping to the best times for a garage sale. days. Holidays are usually not good days Remember, whatever times you advertise for a sale, people are way too busy; you the sale from 6 am to 1 pm, or 7 am to 12 will have better luck on a non-holiday noon then be prepared to be open for weekend. Of course, if you have a lot of business and do not close early. Keep in stuff you want to sell, consider having the mind and be aware, the “early birds” (eager sale for 3 or 4 days starting on Wednesday buyers) will usually be sitting in their cars or Thursday and ending on Saturday or or standing in your yard a half hour before Sunday. the sale opens. A couple of years ago, while preparing for my garage sale, the night before an individual seeing me set-up my items in the garage came up the driveway asked if she could view the sale items. I sold $85 worth of stuff that evening. WOW, I was amazed! Once you have decided on the date and time of the sale then get on your mark and start cleaning. Clean out every room in

the house from the basement, bedrooms, and kitchen to closets, drawers, the garage, sheds and that storage facility that you pay rent on. Organize the stuff in brown paper bags, large boxes or plastic containers i.e. clothing, purses, shoes, CD’s, household items, seasonal and yard items, etc. Mark with a colored pen or a sticky sign for categorizing. Whatever you do, don’t leave this task until the last minute or the night before the garage sale; you will go crazy trying to get it all done.

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Advertising is the “key” to having a successful garage sale. More than ever, the Internet is becoming a wide spread tool for FREE on-line Advertising sites; there are numerous ones to choose from. Use social networking sites for promoting: Twitter, MySpace and Facebook are a great way to get the word out. Other forms of advertising include newspaper advertisements, large colorful signs and posters (checkout internet sites to download premade signs), flyers, word of mouth, and emails to friends and neighbors. Post your advertisements in the local journals or internet sites at least one week ahead of time; you want folks to put your garage sale date on their list to visit. Check out your local city ordinances before placing your signs. Do not post signs on telephone poles and do not put flyers in mail boxes; it is a federal offense. The best signs are those that are READABLE with large letters and num-

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bers and include the following information: Day; date; start and end times; street address; and directional arrows. Example: “Saturday, May 28th from 7 a.m. to 12 Noon, 1234 Willow Brook Lane, Chesterfield, MO 63017.” To really catch attention add lots of color, flags, balloons or streamers to the signage. You will be very busy the morning of the sale, so it is wise to place your signs up the night before to alleviate any rushing around the day of the sale. Always remember to take down your signage once the garage sale is over.

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PRICING We all have high hopes of making “a lot of money” from the garage sale but keep in mind that people are coming to your sale for “a bargain”. So think ‘CHEAP”! Pricing sale items is not always easy; you don’t want to price too high or too low. Again, search the Internet for “how to price items”. There are many articles and guide lines on this topic; and use your common sense – think if you would buy your garage sale item for the price you are charging. Price items with even amounts such as $1, .25, .50, etc. It makes counting the money and making change, much easier. Always remember to be prepared to negotiate the price. When the sale is over, give leftovers to a charitable organization, schools or day cares that may be able to use toys or try to sell via the Internet.

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In the days leading up to the sale day, do last minute checking and preparation: Clean and tidy up the area and the driveway to the garage. You might even place a few pots of blooming flowers strategically up the walkway to add color and excitement!! The night before, pick up the balloons you ordered. The morning of, have a designated helper go out and place on signs at entrance of the neighborhood and streets, etc. Remember to retrieve all signage after the sale day. Send a reminder email to your neighbors and friends. Set-up tables, plastic containers, and boxes to conveniently display and organize your stuff. Organize items by category, such as clothes, toys, kitchen, furniture, etc. Double check all items have been priced. Set-up the check-out or money station with tray, chairs, money box, pad of paper and pen for recording. Also, prepare to wear a fanny pack with money to allow the ease of waking around the sale and helping out your customers. Make sales as you walk around. Go the bank and get plenty of cash and change. Have a lot of extra paper and plastic bags on hand to put the purchased items in. A nice convenience for the customer. As an added value have a few extra chairs out for people to sit in and have a coffee or lemonade station (Choose to sell the beverages or sell for .25 a cup). People may stay around a little bit longer and buy more “stuff ”. Open the garage doors on time; smile and greet all of your customers. Always remember to thank your customers, whether they buy or not. Have a plan to get rid of any left over items so the stuff does not stay in your garage for months, following. Have fun! Make new friends and make a lot of money!

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hesterfield is proud of its art community.Within just a few miles, one can visit numerous art galleries, studios and of course, the public art, that we all admire.Take a few minutes and read on as we recognize several of our local artists and their accomplishments:

Harry Weber Hometown: University City Education: St. Louis Country Day School; Princeton University Background: U.S. Navy “Bob Gibson” Artist - Harry Weber

“Dred and Harriett Scott” Artist - Harry Weber

Harry Weber has been drawing sketches since he was 6 years old. It has been the passion of a lifetime. Although he is perhaps more famous for his sculptures, he says “There hasn’t been a day in my life when I haven’t drawn at least one picture. It is an automatic thing. Something I do for my own pleasure.” His favorite sketches are those done in one or two minutes.

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In 1977 he started his own market research company in St. Louis, where he also joined a fox hunting club. Of course like every activity in his life, he used it to sketch people, horses, hounds and foxes. In 1980 Weber was asked to create a sculpture of a fox hound. This was the springboard to his career as a sculpture. By 1995, he was working full time as a sculptor and he has now created a body of work that is installed across the U.S., including the Cardinals players surrounding Busch Stadium.The first was of Bob Gibson. Since all pictures of Gibson were a frontal view,Weber had to use his imagination to create Gibson’s back.This was a great challenge, but also one of his most satisfying accomplishments. St. Louis is also home to “The Captain’s Return,” a large sculpture of Lewis, Clark and their dog Seaman, which commemorates their return to St. Louis and is located on the riverfront. Weber feels this was his most challenging project due to its size and complexity. Seven agencies had to give their approval for this project and Weber’s team was required to dig down to bedrock to install the base, which is frequently underwater! His most recent public work is a statue of Chuck Berry in University City at the terminus of the Great Rivers Greenway

bike trail and within feet of where Weber used to catch the streetcar. A current work in progress is a sculpture of Dred and Harriett Scott to be erected at the Old Courthouse downtown. A miniature of the sculpture was presented to the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, which is headed by the Scotts’ great-great-granddaughter. Weber was intrigued by the romance of this story because Harriet Scott had a stronger case to win her freedom if she had sued separately; but she decided that they would stand together in the suit, making her a true heroine.Weber worked a long time to get the focus of the faces the way he envisioned, sad, yet defiant and strong. Weber’s exquisite ability to capture motion and emotion in a piece of bronze is a gift that has been nurtured over a lifetime and shared with many. His numerous awards include being named the “2011 Sports Artist of the Year” by the U.S. Sports Academy.Weber’s art can be viewed at Fine Art Ltd., 18350 Chesterfield Airport Road, where he also works in their Sculpture Center. For more information, visit harryweber.com.

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Don Wiegand Hometown: Chesterfield Education:Washington University Chesterfield native Don Wiegand has traveled far and wide, but the heart of his creativity lies in his Chesterfield studio, which was built in the 1920’s. Most people are never aware of the building as they drive past on Baxter Road. Don’s parents bought the building in 1952, and in 1970 Don converted it into a studio where he creates and displays his many works and beloved antiques.Wiegand’s sculptures can be found across the country and across the sea as far as Madrid, Paris and The Vatican, but one of his more whimsical works is right here in Chesterfield’s Central Park. “Maura" was dedicated in June of 1999 in honor of the 10th anniversary of the City of Chesterfield. "Maura" is a bronze statue depicting a young girl running, while behind her is her "shadow." On June 26 at 10:00 a.m. each year, her actual shadow meets her sculpted shadow in a beautiful connection of nature and art. Other famous works have included sculptures of Charles A. Lindbergh, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, August A. Busch, Jr., Pope John Paul II, and Bob Hope. For more information visit wieganstudios.com.

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Janice Schoultz Mudd Hometown: Born in New Jersey; relocated to Chesterfield in 1998 Education: Pratt Institute After working in architecture and interior design for years, Mudd decided to concentrate on painting after her move to Chesterfield.Though she had not painted for several years, she felt she had improved because her eye was more acute and her creative skills more developed. Her works speak to the spiritual and temporal confluences in this world.This is exemplified in her series titled “Earth Code Genesis;” her interpretation of what the pages of God’s sketchbook might have looked like. Her “Moon” series imbues a sense of wonder that we are here and addresses our human relationship to the universe. Some of her pieces are serene while others are dramatic; all are thought provoking, bubbling with color and beauty. Her work can be found at Art Trends Gallery on Long Rd. Crossing or her website: janiceschoultzmudd.com.

Announcing the 2nd Annual Best of Chesterfield

People’s Choice

AWARDS Vote On page 41!

Scott Thorburg Hometown: Ballwin Thorberg’s Midwestern roots have kept him anchored, but far from conventional. He ventured to California when he was twenty in search of a dream to become a musician. He achieved success as both an artist and a musician with his band Acoustic Groove, but moved back to Ballwin in 2005 where he continues to produce fine art and music and work as an interior designer. He designed Jim Edmonds restaurant “15” and Dennis Rodman’s restaurant “Josh Slocum’s” in Newport Beach. Working with textiles, furnishings, and all surface materials allows Thorberg to create any residential or commercial space from concept to completion. Much of his fine art is still shipped to California, but you can find his art at Art Trends Gallery, 703 Long Rd. Crossing and the Wine Chateau on Clarkson Rd., or visit creativespiritstudios.com.

Help Us Choose the Winners and You Could Win a $50 Dining Gift Certificate

“BEST of Chesterfield” Restaurant Winners will be announced in our Jul/Aug issue.

RULES: • Fill out, then send or fax the form on page 41 • Must vote for at least 7 different selections to qualify • You may not mention any restaurant more than 5 times • All duplicate votes will be disregarded • All information on entries must be complete to qualify for prizes • Restaurants must be in or nearby the borders of Chesterfield • Submission deadline 4/30 • Every entry qualifies for the drawing NOTE: Although chain restaurants qualify, we are seeking your input on locally owned favorites...

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ON THE COVER

Summertime Fun at The Club at Chesterfield

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Looking for something fun to do with the family this summer? The Club at Chesterfield is the place to be – come take a dip or swim some laps in the indoor & outdoor swimming pools. A St. Louis tradition in tennis but well known for the other courts as well - racquetball, basketball, volleyball and walleyball. Get your fix in one of many fitness classes - Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell, Bootcamp, Spinning, Zumba & more... Class sizes are small and you're always welcome. If classes aren't your style, the certified personal trainers can help you achieve your fitness or weight-loss goals in the Precor cardio studio and weight rooms. For your outdoor fitness fans, put on your running shoes and take off on the outdoor track - or grab some friends for a recreational game of sand volleyball. Got kids? You’ll love the All Star Kids Camp, and you can enjoy a relaxing massage while the kiddos are having a ball! (Childcare is also available for the little ones.) Come early and have your favorite Starbuck's coffee or stay late and enjoy dinner and drinks with friends at Racquet's Restaurant. The Club is open 7 days a week, 364 days a year. See for yourself what The Club at Chesterfield has to offer. You’ll be glad you did.

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Announcing the Second Annual Chesterfield Readers

OUT&ABOUT

People’s Choice

AWARDS

The BEST of Chesterfield People’s Choice Ballot American _______________________________________ Steaks _________________________________________ Fine Dining _____________________________________ Eclectic/Upscale Bistro ____________________________ Sports Bar, Bar & Grill or Pub _______________________ Mexican ________________________________________ Italian __________________________________________ Barbeque _______________________________________ Counter Service Cafes ____________________________ Seafood ________________________________________ Sushi __________________________________________ Asian __________________________________________

Here’s Your Chance to Vote for Your Favorite Chesterfield Area Restaurant

Breakfast _______________________________________ Deli ___________________________________________ Hamburger______________________________________ Outdoor Patio____________________________________

Help Us Choose the Winners and You Could Win an area Restaurant Gift Certificate

Best Ethnic Food _________________________________ Happy Hour _____________________________________ Coffeehouse ____________________________________

Winners will be announced in our Jul/Aug issue

Salad __________________________________________

RULES:

Pizza __________________________________________

• Vote for at least 7 different selections to qualify • You may not mention any restaurant more than 5 times • All duplicate votes will be disregarded • Information on entries must be complete to qualify • Restaurants must be near or within Chesterfield

Dessert Place ___________________________________ Sunday Brunch __________________________________ Ice Cream ______________________________________ Best New Restaurant

(Since 2009) _________________________________

Best All-Time Favorite ____________________________

NOTE: Although chain restaurants qualify, we are seeking your input on locally owned favorites...

Name __________________________________________

DINE OUT ON US!

E-Mail _________________________________________

Phone _________________________________________

Every entry will be eligible for a drawing of $50 to $100 worth of gift certificates to a local restaurant. This drawing will feature certificates from area restaurants and eateries. Deadline for submission is Jun 15

Where Did You Pick Up Your Copy of Out&About? _______________________________________________ Fill out and Send this form to:

Best of Chesterfield c/o Out and About Magazine 1734 Clarkson Road #312 • Chesterfield, MO 63017

Fill out the Ballot to the right! Thanks and good luck!

Or E-Mail Your Ballot responses to: outandabout@gatewaycreative.net • Fax: 636-536-9611

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We serve the best breakfast in town!

Authentic

Thai Cuisine

Open at 5:30 am!

• Fruit Smoothies • Fruit & Maple Oatmeal • Classic Egg McMuffin • Premium Coffee • Specialty Coffee & More

At Addie’s Thai House, you’ll experience the exciting tastes of Thailand in a romantic and beautiful setting in West County.

Great Food, Great Service, Great People ...And Great Big Smiles.

Classic and innovative Thai favorites are served on freshly linened tables adorned with fresh-cut flowers. addiesthaihouse.com

Ask about our Senior Coffee and Drinks

Located at Olive and 141

Bring your yourself, your family or that special person and treat yourself to Thai food at its very best. Open Daily: Lunch & Dinner Lunch Specials Mon-Fri

Visit us at Long Rd. at Chesterfield Airport Rd. or Clayton Rd. at 141

Steaks, Chicken Seafood, Pasta OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Happy Hour Specials Mon - Fri 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. A unique collection of antique fishing memorabilia Located at 141 & Clayton

CarryOut Children’s Menu

165 Lamp & Lantern Village

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Chesterfield Area

In Chesterfield Since 1987

DINING

Patio Now Open!

at a Glance

Here’s a list of some of the best Chesterfield area restaurants. With more than 180 establishments in Chesterfield and even more in surrounding areas, there’s sure to be a restaurant for your every taste and mood.

• Fresh Fish • Veal • Chicken • Pasta • Steaks • Lamb • Pizza • Calzone • Dessert • Gourmet Coffee

Visit one of these great restaurants today! Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar- 1772 Clarkson Rd, 636449-6700. A wine cellar and tapas bar offering small plates, flatbreads, and classic Balaban’s favorites. Open Mon -Thurs 10 am-9 pm, Fri & Sat 10 am10:30 pm. Take-out deli. Bistro 1130- 1130 Town & Country Crossing Dr., 636-394-1130. The sexiest French Bistro in town. Serving lunch Tues- Fri, dinner Tue-Sat. Candicci’s - 100 Holloway Rd in Ballwin, 636-220-8989. Celebrating 30 years. Wonderful Italian cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Sun brunch. Live music Wed-Sun. Great prices and service. Gianfabio’s Italian Café– 127 Hilltown Village Center, 636-5326686. Well known, popular restaurant serving many signature dishes, Dinner Mon-Thu 59:30 pm, Fri-Sat 5-10:30 pm, Lunch Mon-Fri 11-2 pm. Krieger’s Pub & Grill1684 Clarkson Rd, 636-5309665. Bringing back the hometown sports bar ambience. Great food, pizzas, happy hour. TV’s to catch the game. Live music Fridays. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Morgan Le Fay’s- 14314 South Outer Forty in Town & Country, 314-317-9181. Great Tapas bar and lounge. Live music, great food, fun and games, winetastings, outdoor patio and more. Open for lunch and dinner. Bar open till 1:30 am.

A Chesterfield “Original”

Lunch Hours: Mon-Fri, 11 am to 2 pm Dinner: Mon-Thurs, 5-9:30 pm. Fri & Sat, 5-10:30 pm Locally owned & operated Ask about our Frequent Diners Program

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2010

127 Hilltown Village Center

WINNER Best of Chesterfield

PM BBQ-– 103 Chesterfield Towne Centre, 636-536-1966. Award winning BBQ. Newly opened in Chesterfield Valley. Reasonably priced. Eat in or take out. Open Mon-Sat 11 am-8 pm.

On Olive Street Rd. just north of Hwy. 40 and the Clarkson Rd. exit

Subway Sandwiches & Salads– 274 THF Blv, 636-733-0006; 40 Clarkson Wilson Center, 636532-0112; 13391 Olive Blv, 314542-0444; 123 Hilltown Village Center, 636-532-1760; Chesterfield Mall food court, 636-536-6666. Great sandwiches, wraps and party platters. Open 9 am- 11pm.

Locally Owned and Operated...

Visit our website: www.gianfabio.com

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Tuesday Trivia - 9 pm Join Us

Wente’s O&W -18000 Chesterfield Airport Rd, 636530-9994. Delicious burgers, pizza, dinners and plate lunches. Carryouts available. Available for private functions. Open MonThu 10:30 am–11:30 pm, Fri 10:30 am-12:30 am, Sat 11 am10:30 pm.

Baseball Season Specials!

Yellowstone Cafe– 165 Lamp & Lantern Village, 636-207-0501. Good food at reasonable prices. Great Walleye. Many selections of sandwiches, burgers and salads. Check out the daily lunch specials and bring the kids! Mon-Sat 11 am to 10:30 pm Sun. 4-9 pm.

• Great Happy Hour Specials • Kids Menu • Kitchen Open Late Apps • Salads • Burgers • Pizza • Pasta • Chicken For menu items, specials & events visit our website!

1684 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

(636) 530-9665 kriegerschesterfield.com

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CHEF’S FEATURE st in-Cr-uOrder h T t s Be ade-To M e Fr sh Pizza

Addie’s Thai House 13441 Olive Boulevard • 314-469-1660 By Lauren Beck

SPORTS ON TV!

Muay Brinkwirth is the main chef of her family owned and operated restaurant, Addie’s Thai House. She studied the culinary arts in Bangkok, Thailand before moving to St. Louis and establishing her restaurant at its current location two years ago. It has an open, relaxed and refined atmosphere. Mrs. Brinkwirth focuses on providing the freshest, quality ingredients for her guests and appreciates their insights. The following recipe is one of many delicious soups from her restaurant. It is an exceptional dish well worth the time

Come watch your favorite sporting events on multiple flatscreen TV’s

“The Neighborhood Bar Without The Neighborhood” • Specializing in Burgers, Pizzas & Happy Hour • Casual Dining • Daily Lunch Specials, Monday–Friday • Free Wings,Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.–?

Check out our website for special events, live music schedule and daily lunch specials...

www.wentesow.com Located Two Miles West of Annie Gunn’s on Chesterfield Airport Road

and effort it takes to prepare. If you are reluctant to attempt the recipe, visit the restaurant to experience true Thai hospitality and sample this fantastic dish.

(636) 530-9994

Tom Ka Gai

Mon-Fri: 10:30 am to 1:00 am Sat: 11:00 am to midnight • Sun: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm

(Chicken with Coconut Milk Soup) Ingredients • 1 1/4 cups coconut milk • 1/2 cups chicken stock • 20g galangal root, finely sliced • 1/2 stem of lemongrass, finely sliced • 2 kaffir lime leaves, crushed • 100g boneless chicken breast with skin removed, cut into thin slices • 40g mushrooms, quartered • 3 hot chilies, crushed • 2 tbsp fish sauce • 2 tbsp lime juice • 2 tbsp sugar • Sprinkling of fresh coriander leaves • 1 tbsp oil of Nam Prik Phao (Roasted chili paste)

Now Open!

Everyday Lunch Buffet: 11:30 to 2:30 Serving Dinner: Sun-Thurs 5-9 / Fri-Sat 5-10

Preparation

• Carry-Out • Catering • We Serve Halal Meat

Put the stock in a saucepan and add the coconut milk. Bring to a boil over medium heat and

92 THF Boulevard in Chesterfield Valley

Phone 636-728-1000 www.tajpalacestl.com

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add the galangal, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves. Stir for 2 minutes then add the chicken, mushrooms and crushed chilies. Simmer for 1 minute. Add the fish sauce, lime juice and sugar. Bring back to a boil and stir in the coriander before removing from the heat. Transfer to soup bowls and float the oil of Nam Prik Phao on the surface. Serve hot. Makes 2 bowls.


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Bob Candice

r’s Mothey a D 3 pm 9 am r: Dinnem -9p

Celebrating A30 TasteYears! of the Hill! Fine Italian Cuisine in a Great West County Location

4 pting Acce ations rv e Res

Great For... Private Parties, Graduations & Showers

Catering & Banquets Music: Thurs, Fri & Sat nights

• Appetizers • Soups • Salads • Pizza • Pasta • Wraps • Steak Entrees • Dine In / Carryout 100 Holloway Road in Ballwin (near Target)

636-220-8989 www.candiccis.net

The Sexiest French Restaurant in Town

• Happy Hour: Thurs, Fri & Sat: 5-6:30 pm • Open for Dinner at 5:45 pm - Tues thru Sat • Open for Lunch - Tues thru Fri, 11:30 am to 2 pm • Late Night Menu: Thurs, Fri & Sat - 10:30 pm to 1 am • Private Parties Available (Contact Mikki or Dan)

Reservations are recommended • bistro1130.com

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West County

Restaurant Week

BALABAN’S CHOSE CHESTERFIELD!

to Benefit Wounded Warriors May 16th through May 22nd, 2011 (Hours vary by location)

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VISIT BALABAN’S small prices I small plates I $8 corkage

R&B Productions, St. Louis Magazine, West Newsmagazine, Out & About Magazine and Pearl Vodka are sponsoring a week-long event featuring the most prestigious restaurants in West St. Louis County. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

1772 Clarkson Road at Baxter Chesterfield, MO 63017 636.449.6700 www.balabanswine.com I www.selectwineoneline.com

West County Restaurant week is a week-long event highlighting several West County Restaurants. All participating venues will serve a three course, $25 pre-fixed menu - along with their normal menus. The menus will highlight the individual restaurant’s best dishes, and the $25 price will allow customers to revisit classics or explore new favorites. There are no passes to buy, coupons to carry or cards to punch - diners simply attend the restaurants of their choice and select from a special 3-course dinner menu. When paying your bill consider donating an extra $5 to “Help a Hero” benefiting the Wounded Warrior Program to go to a soldier in need. (*Tax and Gratuity not included.) West County Restaurant Week takes place at each individual participating restaurant. The addresses to each restaurant will be listed on www.westcountyrestaurantweek.net

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Grocery Store • Cafe • Deli / Lunch & Dinner

vivianosmarket.com

For Quality & Value... If it’s Italian, it’s Viviano’s! Chesterfield 150 Four Seasons Plaza

314-878-1474 (Intersection of Hwy. 141 and Olive Blvd.)

Fenton 62 Fenton Plaza • 63026

636-305-1474

(Intersection of Hwy. 30 and 141)

Confirmed participating West County Restaurants... • Andria’s Steakhouse • Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar • Candicci’s Restaurant & Bar • Charlie Gitto’s from the Hill • Gianfabio’s Italian Café • The Mediterranean Grill • Sapore Italian Café • Surf & Sirloin

Lunch & Dinner: Stop by for Sandwiches, Salads, Appetizers, Pastas and Scrumptious Italian Desserts

More restaurants are to come. As they confirm, they will be posted on www.westcountyrestaurantweek.net

Catering For: For more information, contact: Rob Muckler, Managing Partner- R&B Productions (314) 348-3535 robm@rnbproductionsstl.com www.rnbproductionsstl.com

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$5.00 Any Regular 6” Sandwich with Meal Deal Add $1.25 for double meat. Limit one coupon per customer. Must present coupon. Expires 6-30-2011

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636-733-0006 #40 Clarkson-Wilson Centre Near West County Government Center

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Dine-In • Carryout • Catering The best pulled pork sandwich in the metro area...

O&A WINNER Best of Chesterfield

2010

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2010

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“Favorite New Restaurant - 2011”

Let Us Cater Your Next Party!

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• Daily Specials • Homemade Side Dishes • Real Hickory Smoked BBQ • Carry-Out or Dine-In • Catering from 20-200 • Locally Owned & Operated • Box Lunches


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The Club at Chesterfield’s

Kids Camp It’s more than just... • Tennis • Swimming • Recreational Sports • Games & Activities It’s about staying active & having fun!

Sign up by June 1 and Buy 3, get 1 week free! Register online: clubatchesterfield.com Or call:

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