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Chesterfield

Published in cooperation with the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce

OUT&ABOUT

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

Best of Chesterfield

MAY-JUNE, 2013

Vote For Your Favorite Restaurant Page 41

GET OUT TO NEARBY FAIRS AND FESTIVALS SPLASH INTO SUMMER FUN AT AREA POOLS WHAT TO DO AT YOUR CHESTERFIELD PARKS CELEBRATE MOTHER’S & FATHER’S DAY Get Your Deck Ready For Spring With SealMaxx. See Back Cover

Growing in Stature in Every Way From Awards Awards to to Academics Academics to to Athletics. Athletics. Page Page 21 21 From


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A NEW BEGINNING...

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uality of life is what we strive for. Come visit our facility and take a tour today. It is a new beginning with many new services that can make a difference for you or your loved one. Visit our beautiful RCF (residential care facility). Stay with us for six months and your first month is FREE.

Call 314-434-3330 today! 13190 South Outer 40 Road in Town & Country Visit us online at www.thecedarsattc.com

• Skilled Long Term Care • Beautiful RCF Rooms • 24-Hour Nursing Assistance • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy • Luxury Rehab Wing • Respite Care • On-Site Dialysis • Private Dining Room • Kosher Dining • Gall Synagogue • Catholic Mass • Housekeeping • Private Pay/Medicare • Most Insurance Accepted


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It’s WEINSTRASSE Time! Come Experience a Day at the Weinstrasse! Travel one of Missouri’s most scenic roadways en route to an afternoon of fine wine and relaxation at four exceptional wineries. It’s just a short drive from West County and St. Charles along Hwy. 94. Call the wineries for more information or details about specific events.

636-482-8466 balduccivineyards.com

636-228-4301 augustawinery.com

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First wine district in United States Family-owned “boutique wineries” Award winning wine selections Specialty foods Live entertainment Free wine tasting Rated by Readers Digest as one of the 100 most scenic drives in America

636-987-2400s sugarcreekwines.com

636-228-4464 montelle.com


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! N E P O N O I T A R T S REGI er Camp 2013 Maryville Saints Socc

Spend a week with Maryville University head soccer coaches Eric Delabar and Todd Wallace learning technical and tactical elements of the sport. All campers will have the opportunity to grow individually and learn what it truly means to work with a team. Come join us this summer! 

Open to all skill levels Ages 8-16



Cost: $480 for residents; $385 for commuters



Space is limited

Camp Dates:

Register now!

June 2–7

(Girls)

June 9–14

(Girls)

Visit www.maryvillesaints.com or call (314) 529-9974.

June 16–21 (Boys) June 23–28 (Girls) July 7–12

(Boys)

Connect with us at: @MUSaintsCamp MaryvilleSaints


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Contents 6 8 10 19 20 21 22 29 30 34

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Maryville University

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Hot Picks New Businesses in Town May Events- What’s happening. Mother’s Day Events Around Town Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Summer Concert Series in Faust Park Front Cover Feature: Maryville University June Events- What’s happening. Back Cover Feature: SealMaxx Fairs & Festivals Check out these fun events to celebrate summer. Chesterfield Parks Have fun at area parks and mark your calendar for Tour de Park on May 11th! Dive into Summer Fun The pools are opening! Find out where and when. A Taste of Chesterfield Vote for Your Favorite Restaurant Complete the ballot to vote for your favorite local restaurant. In Good Taste Chef’s recipes, wine tips and more. The Dining Scene Special events and what’s happening at area eateries. Who’s Out & About in Chesterfield Pictures of people in places around town.

Dates for Chesterfield area events listed in Out & About subject to change. Call the individual establishments for more information on specific events.

West County Restaurant Week June 3-9 For participating restaurants and menus www.WestCountyRestaurantWeek.net Check out our new emagazine on-line All ads and events are hotlinked so you are just a click away from more information about all the activities. Book tickets on-line, etc. Cover Photography by Dan Donovan Clockwise from Basketball Player on Left: Asa Toney-Men’s Basketball / 2013 First Team All-GLVC/All-American • Keenan Hagerty-Wrestling / 2012 NCAA DII National Runner Up/Two-Time All-American • Andrew Naegeli-Baseball / 2012 GLVC Freshman of the Year • Armon Provo-Men’s Basketball / 2013 Second Team All-GLVC Team • Abby Duethman-Women’s Basketball / 2013 GLVC Player of the Year/All-American • Jen Jung-Women’s Soccer / Women’s Soccer Co-Newcomer of the Year/2012 All-Academic GLVC • Matt Baker-Wrestling / 2013 NCAA DII National Champion/All-American • Shelby Miller-Women’s Basketball / 2012 GLVC Freshman of the Year/2013 Second Team All-GLVC

May-June, 2013

On the Cover Maryville University Out & About is published bi-monthly by Gateway Creative, Inc. in cooperation with the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. Publication schedule is: January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December. © 2013. 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/West County area. You will occasionally get a copy in your mailbox. If not, pick one up at Dierbergs or Schnucks Markets and various places throughout the community. It’s always available on-line, on the Chamber website, and Facebook. Published By: Gateway Creative, Inc. Publisher & President: Pat Catanzaro Design & Production: Dave Schellenberg Contributing Writers/Editors/Photography: Robin Garrison Leach Cover photography by Dan Donovan Advertising Sales: Phil Catanzaro, Pat Catanzaro For advertising rates call Pat Catanzaro at Gateway Creative, 636-532-5805 or email outandabout@gatewaycreative.net View magazine online- gatewaycreative.net Send event related news releases to: Gateway Creative, Inc. 636-532-5805, Fax 636-536-9611, or e-mail outandabout@gatewaycreative.net Published in cooperation with the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce 101 Chesterfield Business Pkwy. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Ph: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com


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HOT picks Concerts in the Park Date:Tuesdays beginning June 4 Time: 7 pm Location: Faust Park Cost: Free chesterfieldmochamber.com The Chesterfield Chamber of DiCommerce amond Rio psummer er forms concert as par t oseries f City Fest returns! The June 4th concert features the Bob Kuban Band and fireworks! (Check event listings and article on page 20 for bands and more info.)

Happy Mother’s & Father’s Day! 25th Anniversary of the City of Chesterfield Dates: Special events throughout the summer Location:Various Contact: 636-537-4000 www.chesterfield.mo.us Come join the fun! Concerts, fireworks, JazzFest, CityFest and more. Check events for when and where.

Come Celebrate Chesterfield’s 25th Anniversary Saturday, June 1 Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center • FREE Admission for Chesterfield Residents • Pool Dance Party With DJ - Noon-2 pm Paul Taylor

Veteran’s Place Drive

Diamond Rio

Activities Starting at 3 pm • Cultures of Chesterfield Performances • Artists Village with Demonstrations • Kid Zone Activities including bounce house, face painting, clowns, magicians and games • Food trucks on site

Chesterfield Amphitheater • Brian Bax Band, 5-6:30 pm • Sunny Sweeny, 7-8:15 pm • Anniversary Celebration, 8:15-8:30 pm • Headliner Diamond Rio, 8:45 - 10 pm Six-time Vocal Group of the Year 10 Million Albums Sold • Three Platinum Records 13 GRAMMY® Nominations

636-537-4000

• Fireworks Display, 10 pm

www.chesterfield.mo.us

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David Benoit

Sat, June 15 • 2-10pm Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: $20-$50 metrotix.com for tickets

Performances by nationally renowned artists David Benoit, Paul Taylor & Bach to the Future, along with St. Louis Jazz All Stars and others.


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SENIOR LIVING

IN TOWN & COUNTRY, MISSOURI Mari de Villa offers affordable rates for the finest in continuous care. We feature private villas, suites and rooms that provide guests with a comfortable lifestyle in a warmhearted family atmosphere.

Also Offering Skilled and Assisted Nursing

MARI DE VILLA LUXURY RETIREMENT LIVING Visit maridevilla.com or call 636-227-5347 for more information on our suprisingly affordable rates and services.

Find comfort in knowing that the owners Fred and Mary Kay Wiesehan and Georgana Linneman live on-site as well. Call today to schedule a tour and get to know them, and Mari De Villa, over lunch.

We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the US policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial or national origin.


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New Business

Great American Cookies Pretzel Maker In Chesterfield Mall (next to the escalator to the AMC movie theater) 636-536-9780 greatamericancookies/pretzelmaker.com

ative sandwiches, entree salads and hearty, homemade soups. And if you want breakfast for lunch- no problem! Their meeting room is available free of charge for up to 26 guests. BJC Medical GroupChesterfield Primary Care 17000 Baxter Road, Ste 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 636-812-1860 Bjcchesterfieldprimarycare.org

Carmen Mahoney, Owner Great American Cookies/Prezelmaker

Great American Cookies has set the standard for gourmet cookies sales in a fun environment. It is known for its signature Cookie Cakes, trademark flavors and menu of delectable products baked fresh in store. Pretzelmaker specializes in serving fresh-baked, hand-rolled soft pretzel products, dipping sauces and beverages. Pretzel dogs, pretzel bites.The store is locally owned and operated by Carmen Mahoney. A grand opening celebration will take place on May 17-18 with lots of activities and free samples. The Egg & I 1722 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 636-536-3777 www.theeggandI.com L-R: Billy Mason, Robert Gombas II (owner, operator), Renee Wilson

The Egg & I restaurant was created in 1987 in Fort Collins, Colorado. From humble roots, it has expanded across the nation based on the simple premise that friendly people serving delicious food matters. Open from 6 am to 2 pm weekdays (2:30pm on weekends).The Egg & I offers gourmet coffee, 100% pure-squeezed orange juice and a variety of menu choices to enjoy time and time again. Favorites include eggs benedict, omelettes, waffles and whole wheat pancakes and an assortment of non-egg dishes. At lunch find cre-

Dr. Jamie Tueth, BJC

on the age old practice of restoring balance by promoting your body's ability to heal itself. Predicated on the vision that quality of life can be improved through routine chiropractic care,The Joint brings affordable and convenient chiropractic to patients through locally owned and operated clinics nationwide.With the help of dedicated and experienced chiropractors, each location offers exceptional chiropractic care making quality healthcare easily accessible for all those who seek to live healthier lives. The Joint is dedicated to identifying and addressing your health needs- helping you live your best life yet.

Announcement...

Jamie Tueth, DO, provides comprehensive health care to patients 18 and older at Chesterfield Primary Care. She places a strong emphasis on preventative health. Services include well-woman exams, treatment of chronic conditions and on-site lab draws for patient convenience. Chesterfield Primary Care is located on the second floor of the Synergi MedSpa building, and the practice offers flexible scheduling, including same day/next day sick appointments. Dr.Tueth is a board-certified internal medicine physician. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers 291 Chesterfield Mall (Lower level food court) Chesterfield, MO 63017 636-536-9624 www.raisingcanes.com A fast food chain that specializes in chicken fingers.The restaurant prides itself on its exclusive dedication to the fried poultry specialty. It serves a high quality product quickly and conveniently. Originally opened in Louisiana, it now has three locations in the St. Louis area. Open daily. The Joint 1636 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 636-536-4200 www.thejoint.com The Joint is an ‘Affordable New Vision for Chiropractic Care’.The Joint offers an alternative approach to healthcare, based 8

All About Blinds, Inc. 1120 Technology Dr., O’Fallon, MO 636-939-6700 allaboutblindsetc.com

L to R: Susan Tieman, Showroom Sales, Jessica Gardiner, Office Manager, Bruce & Pat Deviney, Owners & Operators

All About Blinds Etc., an exclusive Hunter Douglas Window Fashions Gallery locally owned and operated in St. Charles County, is celebrating their 20th year anniversary.

New Businesses... If you’d like to be profiled in this section, send your company name, address, phone, website, photo, & 40-word description to: outandabout@ gatewaycreative.net


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Come Visit Our Full Service Spa • • • •

Facials Body Treatments Nail Services Waxing

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Make Up/Lash Extensions Spray Tans Massages Complete Spa Packages

Located in the Chesterfield Valley in the Clocktower Plaza 116 Chesterfield Commons East Road Chesterfield, MO 63005

Pamper Your Mom this

Mother’s Day! Get Her a Spa Lucca Gift Certificate

636.536.9426 www.spalucca.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. We'll enter you into a drawing on Apr 15 for a $50 dining certificate. Send to: Out & About,1734 Clarkson Road #312, Chesterfield, MO 63017: email to outandabout@ gatewaycreative.net Or on Facebook at Out & About Magazine Congrats to the winner of the last scavenger hunt, Lois O’Brien of Chesterfield. The logo was hidden in the Balaban’s Ad.

Listings are organized in chronological order by week, then date. Simply take note of the color coded categories on each page, scan the dates and locate the types of events you are looking for. Menopause the Musical

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc.

Date:Thurs, May 2-Sun, May 5 Time: 7:30pm, Sat and Sun, 2pm & 7:30pm Location:The Playhouse at Westport Plaza Cost: $66-$36 Contact: metrotix.com or 314-534-1111 Musical parody staged to classic tunes from the '60s, '70s and '80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles. Other dates throughout May.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Coffee

Week of May 1-4 Morning Bird Walk Date:Wed, May 1 Time: 8am-10:30am Location: Shaw Nature Reserve Cost: $6 Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Beginning and intermediate birders will hike and view birds; dress for weather and bring binoculars.

Million Dollar Quartet Date:Wed, May 1-Sun, May 5 Time:Wed-Sat, 8pm:Thurs,1pm: Sat and Sun, 2pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $80-$15 Contact: fabulousfox.com or314-534-1111 Musical telling the story of the recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time.

Top: Enjoy a concert at the Chesterfield Amphitheater Center: ‘ Anything Goes’ at the Fox Theatre

Date:Wed, May1 Time: 6pm-7:30pm Location: Medical West Healthcare Center, 444 S. Brentwood, Clayton Cost: Free: Reservations required Contact: 636-344-3261 or emailslevinson@jccstl.org Fitness and nutrition professionals from Medical West and Jewish Community Center will lead a discussion on staying fit. Healthy snacks provided.

at Chesterfield City Hall

An Evening of Original Works

Missouri Monsters vs Sarasota Thunder

Date: Fri, May 3 Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: $45-$15 Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Join friends for a special evening at the Garden sampling fine wines and foods. Price includes garden admission.

Date:Thurs, May 2-Sat, May 4 Time: 7:30pm Location:West County Family YMCA Cost: $8-$5 Contact: www.ymcastlouis.org or 6365532-6515x 227 to order tickets Chesterfield Community Theatre and the Y Rep Teens present the winning one-act plays from the annual play-writing contest.

Date: Fri, May 3 Time: 7:30pm Location: St. Charles Family Arena Cost: $47-$7 Contact: familyarena.com or 636-896-4200 Don’t miss the pre-game tailgate party before each home game at the Family Arena parking lot! Additional game: Fri, May 24.

Origami

Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 6:30pm-10pm Location:World Bird Sanctuary Contact: www.worldbirdsanctuary.org or credfern@worldbirdsanctuary.org Save the Date for World Bird Sanctuary's Fete du Feather 2013 Fundraising Gala & Auction – and help WBS Soar to New Heights!

Date: Fri, May 3 Time: 5pm-8pm Location: Chesterfield Arts Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfieldarts.org or 636519-1955 Open house featuring hands-on art activities

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Date: Fri, May 3 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $25-$15 Contact: touhill.org or 314-516-4949 The celebratory closer to another memorable season of great chamber music at the Touhill.

Grapes and the Garden

Studio Night Live

Bottom: Enjoy Food Truck Fridays

Arianna String Quartet: Voices of Spring

Date:Thurs, May 2 Time: 7:30am-9am Location: Mari De Villa Retirement Community in Town & Country Cost: Free to members, $15 non-members Contact: chesterfieldmochamber.com or 636-532-3399. Advance registration required. Join your colleagues and friends for light breakfast, coffee, juice, and networking.

Date:Thurs, May 2 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: Sachs Branch Library Cost: Free Contact: www.slcl.org or 314-994-3300 Come learn Origami, the art of Japanese paper folding, with origami enthusiast Dawn Tucker. Ages 12 +.

Healthy Living Program: Tips for Getting and Staying Fit

for the whole family. Experience a variety of artistic mediums, view demonstrations by artists and sample Summer Camps. Painting, Pottery Wheel, Sculpture, and Mixed Media.

Fete du Feather 2013

Trivia Gone Wild Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 6pm-11pm Location: St. Louis Zoo Cost: $350 table of 10 Contact: www.stlzoo.org or 314-781-0900 Dress in your best animal prints and blue suede shoes. Price includes dinner, beer, wine and soda. Proceeds of trivia to benefit St. Louis Zoo.


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St. Louis Storytelling Festival Grand Finale Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 7:30pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $10-$7 Contact: touhill.org or 314-516-4949 The grand finale takes place at the Touhill Performing Arts Center and offers performances by all featured storytellers.

Battlegrounds Mud Run Date: Sat, May 4 Time:TBD Location: Cedar Lake Cellars Wright City Cost: $110-$95 Contact: thebattlegrounds.com Mud Run over challenging 5-mile course with 30+ obstacles. Free parking, warm showers, and lots of fun. See website for details!

Country Night at the Plaza Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com / 314-576-7100 Join us for a night filled with Country Fun in our outdoor village! Put on your boots and hats and enjoy music, dancing and drinks.

Shaw’s Amazing Race Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Shaw Nature Reserve Cost: $48 per person Must register Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5140 All-day event/scavenger hunt/trivia game for the whole family. Learn about nature and Shaw while having fun.

Week of May 5-11 Spring Concert Date: Sun, May 5 Time: 2:30pm Location: Ridgeway Auditorium @ the Principa Cost: Free Contact: tcsomo.org or 314-947-6796 Town & Country Symphony Orchestra presents the World Premiere of a special symphony.The orchestra's Bob Vinson, Principal Clarinet, will present his Symphony #1.

Villa Duchesne Spring Spectacular Date: Sun, May 5 Time: 5pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $10-$7 Contact: www.touhill.org or 314-5164949 The award-winning Villa Duchesne show choirs present their annual Spring Concert.

Singles Paws & Tails Fun Walk Date: Sun, May 5 Time: 1pm-3pm Location: Queeny Park Cost: $3 per person Contact: 314-615-8482 or 314-615-8820 Singles, bring your dog to Queeny Park and join others who love their pooches.Treats, special trails, Dog Museum tour with your dog for $5.

Now Open in Chesterfield Mall! (Located next to the escalators to the AMC Theatre)

A Springtime Festival to help needy families in West County

www.greatamericancookies.com

www.pretzelmaker.com

Freshly Baked Goodies • Many Cookie Varieties • Cookie Cakes for all Occasions • Party Trays & Gifts • Sinfully Fresh Brownies

Come to the Amazing Taste May 19 from 1-5 pm in Wildwood Town Center. Taste unique wines, beers and spirits from more than 80 vendors. Enjoy a BBQ lunch, music, silent auction, mixologist competition and more! For tickets visit www.circleofconcern.org or call 636-861-2623, 108. Cost is $35 before May 15 or $40 at door. VIP tickets available.

For Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Graduation, Order Your Cookie Cake online, or call...

• Mouth Watering Hand Rolled Preztels • Savory Pretzel Bites • Pretzel Dogs • Awesome Sauces • Blended Drinks & Lemonade

636-536-9780

Grand Opening Celebration May 17-18

Breastfeeding Class Date:Tues, May 7 Time: 9am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Information, encouragement and support for a successful breastfeeding experience.

High-Tech Installations are Our Specialty!

University Community Chorus Date:Tues, May 7 Time: 7:30pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: Free Contact: www.touhill.org/ 314-516-4949 The University-Community Chorus will present an evening of contemporary and traditional choral music.

We are the ONE STOP SOURCE for your home or business. We can wire your entire building and virtually all your high-tech audio, video and security-related electronics. Sales and Installation of:

Connect and Learn through Speed Networking

• Flat Screen TV’s • Sound Systems • DVR Surveillance Systems

Date:Tues, May 7 Time: 5:30-8 pm Location: Doubletree Hotel 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd Chesterfield Cost: $25 per person Advanced registration required Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Build contacts at this fast, fun way to meet other professionals. During speed networking, you’ll have dedicated time to share areas of expertise and discuss opportunities for collaboration. Bring business cards!

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from One to 100 Units • Authorized Dealer For Sharp, LG, Samsung, Denon, Onkyo

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Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $47-$27 Contact: touhill.org or 314-516-4949 Four new works mark the return of Saint Louis Ballet’s spring repertory program, copresented with the Touhill Performing Arts Center.

HeartCaring Wellness Screenings

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Forum Date:Tues, May 7 Time: 2-4 pm Location: Doubletree Hotel 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd Chesterfield Cost: Free to Chamber members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com An open forum discussion on Healthcare Reform and the impact on business. Presented by Kit Wagner with the Department of Health and Human Services. Hosted by CBIZ in partnership with the Chamber.

Student Chamber Music Concert Date:Wed, May 8 Time: 7:30pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: Free Contact: touhill.org or 314-516-4949 Join us for an evening of enchanting chamber music at Touhill.

Brad Paisley with Chris Young & Lee Brice Date:Thurs, May 9 Time: 7pm Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $80.25-$40.75 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com See Brad Paisley and his friends in concert at the Amphitheater.

Date: Fri, May 10 Time: 8am-9:30am Location: St. Luke’s Women’s Center Cost: $30 Contact: stlukes-stl.com/314-542-4848 Screening includes blood pressure, body composition, fasting profile with glucose, take home exercises, health risk assessment and more. Learn how to stay healthy.

Rhythm and Ribs Date: Fri, May 10 Time: 6pm-10pm Location: St. Charles Community College Cost: $50-$5 Contact: www.stchas.edu 636-922-8473 Great event held annually in May to raise money for scholarships and academic programs at St. Charles Community College. St. Charles West Band Ensemble, Smash Band, local musicians, ribs.

Music and Memories: An Evening with Pat Boone Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 8pm Location: Bezemes Family Theater, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $43.50-$25.50 Contact: lindenwood.edu/center or 636-949-4433 Pat Boone sings the hits and tells the stories of his 50-plus years in show business.

Jillian Michaels: Maximize Your Life Tour Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 8pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $149-$42 Contact: fabulousfox.com / 314-534-1111 America’s health and wellness guru Jillian MichACls shows how to harness your potential, kick-start your goals and live an exceptional life.

Thornhill Open House Date: Sat, May 11 & Sun, May 12 Time: 1pm-5pm Location: Faust Park, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: www.stlouisco.com/faust or 314-615-8328 Visit the home of Missouri’s second governor. Tour barns, smokehouse, orchard, cemetery and more.

Beethoven 9: Ode to Joy Date:Thurs, May 9-Sun, May 12 Time: 8pm: Sun, 3pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $113-$35 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 Beethoven’s monumental Symphony No. 9 is a truly inspirational piece celebrating the highest aspirations of humanity as a whole.

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Contemporary Ballet Presented by St. Louis Ballet

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Date: Fri, May 10 & Sat, May 11 Time: Fri & Sat, 8pm: Sat, 2pm

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City of Chesterfield Sounds of Summer Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 8pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: Free Contact: www.stlouiscivicorchestra.org or www.chesterfield.mo.us Enjoy a summer evening while listening to the sounds of The St. Louis Civic Orchestra. Concessions available or bring your own food and (plastic container) beverages.


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Chesterfield Tour de Parks Date: Sat, May 11 Time: Noon-2pm Location: Central Park Pavilion Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Come join us for some fun and learn about the beautiful parks in Chesterfield.Visit several parks and participate in activities for all ages.

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Faust Fine Arts & Folk Festival

International Migratory Bird Day Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 9am-1pm Location:World Bird Sanctuary Cost: Free Contact: www.worldbirdsanctuary.org or 636-225-4390 Learn why birds migrate, watch bird-banding, take nature walk and engage in activities.

Shaw Wildflower Market Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 9am-4pm Location: Shaw Nature Reserve Cost: $5 Contact: shawnature.org / 636-451-3512 Annual sale of native wildflowers, shrubs, trees and ferns. Hundreds of varieties for sun and shade.

Bigger Sibling Class Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 9:30am-11am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Ages 6-10 learn about being a big brother or sisiter. Games, stories and videos to teach skills. T-shirt, certificate and tour.

Infant Care Class Date: Sat, May 11 Time: 9am-1pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 For new or expectant parents; learn about bathing and dressing, common illnesses, infant CPR and more. Must register. Additional class: May 18

Week of May 12-18 Pointfest Date: Sun, May 12 Time: Noon Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $111.79-$38 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com Alice in Chains,Three Days Grace, Papa Roach, Bullet for My Valentine, P.O.D., Halestorm, Sick Puppies, Hollywood Undead, more.

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Come to this favorite yearly event in Faust Park on Sat, May 18 & Sun, May 19 from 10am-5pm. For only $3 you can view Juried fine arts, enjoy a craft show, children’s activities, music, wine tasting and more at this annual event. Fun for the whole family! stlouisco.com/faust or 314-615-8482

Ultimate Mother’s Day Concert Date: Sun, May 12 Time: 7:30pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $99.75-$35.75 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com or 314622-5435 Experience the biggest Mother’s Day Celebration in St. Louis, the “Ultimate Mother’s Day Concert”. Many artists; see www.scottradecenter.com for details.

Academy of St. Louis Aloha Golf Tournament Date: Mon, May 13 Time: Register, 10:30am: Start, Noon Location: Meadowbrook Country Club Cost: $225 per player Contact: 314-973-8997 or www.academyofstlouis.org /mikki@bistro1130.com or todaniel@academyofstlouis.org First Annual golf tournament to help raise awareness of the daily challenges faced by students with learning disabilities. Put on your luau/beach duds and join us for this tournament benefitting the Academy of St. Louis. Price includes buffet lunch and dinner, cart and silent auction. Guests and nongolfers $45.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting Date:Wed May 15 Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm Location: Forest Hills Country Club - 36 Forest Club Dr Chesterfield, MO 63005 Cost: $25 members/$30 non-members. Non-members are required to pre-pay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required. Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Monthly luncheon meeting sponsored by Republic Services. Guest speaker Colleen O’neill, General Manager,Taubman Prestige Outlet Chesterfield continued on next page

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The Music of Whitney Houston

Enjoy Live Music on the

Date: Fri, May 17 Time: 8pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $65-$35 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 Celebrate the most award-winning female artist of all time and her extraordinary talent with The Music of Whitney Houston.

Winestrasse BALDUCCI VINEYARDS

MONTELLE WINERY

May Music Schedule Sat, May 4: Crossfire 3pm-7pm Sun, May 5: My Friend Mike, trio 2-6pm Sat, May 11: Fanfare 3pm-7pm Sun, May 12: Laytham & Holmes 2-6pm Sat, May 18: Burnt Whiskey Sun, May 19: McCready Logan 2-6pm Sat, May 25: Crossfire 3pm-7pm Sun, May 26: Pennsylvania Slim 2-6pm Mon, May 27: Scott Logan

May Music Schedule Sat, May 4: Laytham & Holmes 1-5pm Sat, May 4: Terry Beck 6-9pm Sun, May 5: Anita Rosamond 1-5pm Sat, May 11: Pilot Grove 1pm-5pm Sat, May 11: Steve Leslie Solo 6-9pm Sun, May 12: Encore Trio 1pm-5pm Sat, May 18: Encore Trio 1pm-5pm Sat, May 18: Dave Bennett 6pm-9pm Sun, May 19: Arvell & Dawn 1pm-5pm Sat, May 25: Doc-Rock-It Noon-4pm Sat, May 25: Bag Lunch Blues 5-9pm Sun, May 26: Zak Love Noon-4pm Mon, May 27: Leland’s Road 1-4pm

St. Louis favorites Route D perform at Balducci and Montelle Wineries

June Music Schedule Sat, June 1: McCready Logan 3pm-7pm Sun, June 2: Bag Lunch Blues 2-6pm Sat, June 8: Pennsylvania Slim 3-7pm Sun, June 9: American Idle Duo 2-6pm Sat, Jun 15: Crossfire 3-7pm Sun, June 16: Scott Logan 2-6pm Sat, June 22: McCready Logan 3-7pm Sun, June 23: Route D 2-6pm Sat: June 29: American Idle Duo 3-7pm Sun, June 30: Scott Logan 2-6pm

MOUNT PLEASANT ESTATES May Music Schedule Sat, May 4: Jake’s Leg 2-5pm Sun, May 5: Miss Jubilee 2-5pm Sat, May 11: Tim Cunningham 2-5pm Sun, May 12: Hudson & Hoodoo Cats Sat, May 18: Well Hungarians 2-5pm Sun, May 19: Farshid Etniko Trio 2-5pm Sat, May 25: Javier Mendoza 2-5pm Sun, May 26: Ralph Butler Band 2-5pm Mon, May 27: Dawn Weber Trio 2-5pm June Music Schedule Sat, June 1: Steve Ewing 2-5pm Sun, June 2: Dawn Weber Trio 2-5pm Sat, June 8: Ticket to the Beatles 2-5pm Sun: June 9: Miss Jubilee 2-5pm Sat, June 15: Javier Mendoza Sun, June 16: Ralph Butler Trio Sat, June 22: Soulard Blues Band 2-5pm Sun, June 23: Farshid Etniko Trio 2-5pm Sat, June 29: Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats 2-5pm

June Music Schedule Sat, June 1: Anita Rosamond 1-5pm Sat, June 1: Terry Beck 6-9pm Sun, June 2: Diamond Dave 1-5pm Sat, June 8: Partyrock 1-5pm Sat, June 8: Dave Bennett 6-9pm Sun, June 9: Arvell & Dawn 1-5pm Sat, June 15: Encore Trio 1pm-5pm Sun, June 16: Anita Rosamond 1-5pm Sat, June 22: Dawn & Vince 1-5pm Sat, June 22: Kenny Frisch 6-9pm Sun, June 23: Arvell & Dawn 1-5pm Sat, Jun 29: Accoustic Asylum 1-5pm Sat, June 29: Adam Stanley 6-9 pm Sun, June 30: Encore Trio 1-5pm

2013 Arthritis Walk

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Party in the Plaza Date:Thurs, May 16 Time: 5pm-9pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com or 314-576-7100 Drink and food specials, music DJ Greasy on one end of the Outdoor Village mixing and a live band by the fountain. Don’t miss this party!

Happiest Baby on the Block Date:Thurs, May 16 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40-includes DVD Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 New parents will learn step-by-step how to help babies sleep longer and how to soothe fussy babies. Parents welcome before or after birth of baby.

SUGAR CREEK WINERY

Shlemiel the First

May Music Schedule Sat, May 4: Terry Beck 1-5pm Sun, May 5: Rick Curtright 1-5pm Sat, May 11: Tom Nickeson 1-5pm Sun, May 12: Dennis Schilligo 1-5p Sat, May 18: Terry Beck 1-5pm Sun: May 19: Rick Curtright 1-5pm Sat, May 25: Bud & Steve 1-5pm Sun, May 26: Terry Beck 1-5pm Mon, May 27: Rick Curtright 1-5pm June Music Schedule - TBA

Date:Thurs, May 16-Sun, June 9 Time:Times vary by date: See website Location: New Jewish Theatre Cost: $40.50-$36.50 Contact: www.newjewishtheatre.org or 314-442-3283 A joyous Klezmer musical about the wise - and not so wise - men of Chelm.

AUGUSTA WINE & BEER GARDEN May Music Schedule Sat, May 4: John Scott 1-5pm Sun, May 5: TBA Sat, May 11: Terry Beck 1-5pm Sun, May 12: Dave Bennett 1-5pm Sat, May 18: Lenny Frisch 1-5pm Sun, May 19: Ed Belling 1-5pm Sat: May 25: TBA Sun: May 26: TBA May Music Schedule Sat, June 1: TBA Sun, June 2: John Scott 1-5pm Sat, June 8: Lenny Frisch 1-5pm Sun, June 9: Terry Beck 1-5pm Sat, June 15: TBA Sun, June 16: TBA Sat, June 22: Dave Bennett 1-5pm Sun, June 23: Jan Marks 1-5pm Sat, June 29: Adam Stanley 1-5pm Sun, June 30: Ed Belling 1-5pm

Infant Massage Date:Thurs, May 16 Time: 9am-10:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $20.00 for 1 adult and 1 infant Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Infant massage promotes better sleep, motor and nervous system development. Classes are designed for you and your baby.

Date: Fri, May 17 Time: Open, 6pm:Walk begins, 6:30pm Location: Logan College of Chiropractic Cost: Donations:Team and individual sponsorships Contact: arthritis.org for to register The Arthritis Walk® raises funds and awareness every year to fight the nation’s leading cause of disability.

Grand Opening CelebrationAll American Cookies/ PretzelMaker Date: Fri, May 17, Sat, May 18 Time: Mall hours Location: Chesterfield MallAll AmericaCookies/PretzelMaker Contact: www.allamericancookies.com www.pretzelmaker.com or 636-536-9780 Come celebrate the grand opening of this new franchise in Chesterfield Mall at the bottom of the escalator to AMC Theatre. Meet Silly Jilly. Free samples, animal balloons and activities.

Wildwood Farmer’s Market Date: Beginning Sat, May 18 Time: 8:30am-12:30pm Location:Town Center Plaza Cost: Free to visit Contact: www.cityofwildwood.com or 314486-2562 Fresh produce and items at this Farmer’s Market each Saturday through October 12th.

3rd Annual West County Talent Bash Date: Sat, May 18 Time: 3pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: Contact Contact: www.stlbashproductions.com or www.chesterfield.mo.us See talent of all types from all over our area at this annual talent competition. Also, enjoy beer samplings and an evening with Javier Mendoza.

Jerry Seinfeld Date: Sat, May 18 Time: 7pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $83-$50 Contact: fabulousfox.com or 314-534-1111 Jerry will perform his stand-up routine at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.

Free Family Night at the Magic House

Midwest Rock ‘N’ Roll Express

Date: Fri, May 17 Time: 5:30pm-9pm Location: Magic House Cost: Free Contact: magichouse.org/314-822-8900 Enjoy more than 100 hands-on exhibits at no charge through the generosity of Emerson.

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Safety Town

Faust Fine Arts & Folk Festival Date: Sat, May 18 & Sun, May 19 Time: 10am-5pm Location: St. Louis County Faust Park, Chesterfield Cost: $3 Contact: stlouisco.com/faust or 314-615-8482 Juried fine arts and crafts show, children’s activities, music, wine tasting and more at this annual event; a favorite yearly event.

Week of May 19-25 Uncorked…A Cause for the Paws Date: Sun, May 19 Time: 1pm-4pm Location:Wine Country Gardens, Defiance Cost: $150-$75 Contact: www.winecountrygardens.net or 636-798-2288 Wine, beer and food tasting event to benefit Five Acres Animal Shelter.

Richard Hayman Returns Date: Sun, May 19 Time: 3pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $65-$25 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 St. Louis audience favorite Richard Hayman returns to lead a pops extravaganza showcasing music from his legendary career with the STL Symphony.

WWE Extreme Rules Date: Sun, May 19 Time: 6:30pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $350-$25 Contact: ticketmaster.com or 314-622-5435 See all of your favorite WWE Superstars from RAW & SMACKDOWN under one roof for one ticket price!

Kemp Auto Museum Concours D’Elegance Date: Sun, May 19 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Kemp Auto Museum, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: www.kempautomuseum.org or 636-537-1718 Every spring, nearly 70 of the world’s most rare and treasured American and European automobiles come together at the Kemp Auto Museum for the Concours d'Elegance. Food and drink available; all proceeds to benefit Ranken Jordan Pediatric Hospital.

14th Annual Assistance League Golf Tournament/ Tennis Event Date: Mon, May 20 Time: Noon

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he Chesterfield Police Department will be hosting its annual Safety Town program this summer. Safety Town is a nationally recognized pre-school safety program which teaches 4, 5 and 6 year olds about a wide variety of safety issues including bicycle safety, water safety, school bus safety and stranger danger. The program includes classroom activities as well as outside hands-on activities in the miniature Safety Town city. The program is hosted & staffed by the Chesterfield Police Department in cooperation with the Chesterfield Rotary, the Chesterfield Kiwanis and the Parkway School District. The program is conducted for six, two-week sessions during the summer months. In addition to commissioned police officers, the Safety Town staff includes teen counselors from area middle and senior high schools who assist the police officers in leading the program. All sessions will be held at Parkway Early Childhood Ctr., 14605 Clayton Road in Ballwin. The cost of the program is $10 per child. The children receive a Safety Town T-shirt, bicycle helmet and a Safety Town coloring book included in the cost. For further information about Safety Town, please contact Officer Paul Powers at 636537-3000 or by email at ppowers@chesterfield.mo.us. Registration forms are available on the website. Session 1: June 3- June 14 (10 AM - Noon)/Session 2: June 3 - June 14 (1- 3:00 PM)/Session 3: June 17- June 28 (10 AM - Noon)/Session 4: June 17- June 28 (1- 3 PM)/Session 5: July 8 - July 19 (10 AM Noon)/Session 6: July 8- July 19 (1- 3 PM)

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6th Annual Emerson Spring to Dance Festival Date:Thurs, May 23-Sat, May 25 Time:TBA Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $15 Contact: www.touhill.org/ 314-516-4949 30 dance companies, three nights with a different program every night. Presented by Dance St. Louis and the Touhill.

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Location: Meadowbrook Country Club Cost:Varies by event and dinner option Contact: www.stlouis.assistanceleague.org or 636-227-6200 Golf, tennis and dinner at Meadowbrook to benefit Assistance League St. Louis, an organization that supports many philanthropic programs in the St. Louis area.

Expires 11/30/2013

A Sibling Class Date: Mon, May 20 Time: 10am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Must Register Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Ages 3-6 can learn about being a big brother or sister ; holding newborn-sized doll, and making a present for the new baby.Tshirt, certificate and tour.

Experience The Angels On Duty Difference!

Your Natural Approach to Labor Date:Tues, May 21 Time: 6pm-9pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Class offered in addition to the Childbirth Preparation classes. Class focuses on using relaxation through massage, music, hydrotherapy and breathing. Must register.

Bee-autiful Gifts Date: Mon, May 20 Time: 9:30am-11:30am Location: Learning Lab at Butterfly House Cost: $42-$35: Register by May 15 Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5100 You will learn how to make your own soaps, candles, lotions and other products from honey and bee pollen. Adult class.

In-Home Care Services • Locally owned and operated by Sharon Vermilye, RN • Managed daily by Registered Nurses with 25 years experience

Review Childbirth Date:Wed, May 22 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $35.00 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 These classes are for couples who have previously had childbirth instruction. Classes take place over two evenings and last two hours. A tour of the Birth Care Suites is included. Class size limited to 10 couples.

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Tim McGraw:Two Lanes of Freedom Tour Date:Thurs, May 23 Time: 7pm Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $84.70-$40.75 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com Tim McGraw, Brantley Gilbert, Love and Theft.

Pre-Diabetes: Making Healthy Choices Date:Thurs, May 23 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Free Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-542-4848 This quarterly program, taught by a dietitian and registered nurse, will teach participants how lifestyle changes, exercise and diet can help decrease your risk. Must register.

I Have Hip Pain:What Are my Options Seminar Date:Thurs, May 23 Time: 6pm-7pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Free: Must register Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-542-4848 Get answers to your questions from an orthopedic surgeon, and learn how to live the life you are accustomed to – free of pain!

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Date:Thur May 23 Time: 5pm-7pm Location: Resolution Title, 15455 Conway Rd., ste 310 Cost: Free for members/$15 for nonmembers. Non-members are required to pre-pay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required. Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Monthly after hours networking, Enjoy snacks & beverages while interacting with other Chamber Members.

St. Louis Senior Olympics Date:Thurs, May 23-Tues, May 28 Time: Daily Location:Throughout St. Louis area Cost: Contact Contact: www.stlouisseniorolympics or 314-442-3279 Ages 50 and over compete in this annual event. More than 85 events at 13 local venues. Contact for more information.

Rock of Ages Date: Fri, May 24-Sun, May 26 Time: Fri & Sat, 8pm: Sat & Sun, 2pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $80-$30 Contact: fabulousfox.com / 314-534-1111 Love story told through the mind-blowing, face-melting hits of Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, Reo Speedwagon, Pat Benatar,Twisted Sister, Poison, Asia,Whitesnake and more.


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Trivia Night for Helping Hand-Me-Downs Date: Fri, May 24 Time: 7pm Location: Maryland Heights Community Ctr. Cost: $25; $200 table of 8 Contact: 314-684-2888 or email kelly.naimo@equifax.com St. Louis charity that provides necessities to infants and mothers in need. Donate gently used infant items the night of the event for free raffle tickets. All proceeds benefit charity.

Chesterfield Aquatic Center Opens Date: Sat, May 25 Time: Mon-Fri, Noon-8pm: Sat-Sun & holidays, 10am-8pm Location: Chesterfield Aquatic Center Cost: Admission prices Contact: chesterfield.mo.us / 636-537-4000 Aquatic Center Open May-September. Dive in!

The Osmond Brothers In Concert Date: Sat, May 25 Time: 8pm Location: Bezemes Family Theater, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $44.50-$26.50 Contact: www.lindenwood.edu/center or 636-949-4433 The Osmonds perform all styles of music from barbershop, pop, rock, and country.Their close harmonies cannot be matched.

Week of May 26-31 41st Annual Gypsy Caravan Date: Mon, May 27 Time: 7am-5pm (rain or shine) Location: Campus of University of Missouri-St. Louis Cost: $20-$10, under 12, free Contact: stlsymphony.org or 314-534-1700 St. Louis Symphony Volunteer Association presents one of the largest antique, craft and flea markets in the Midwest, benefits the STL Symphony.

Anything Goes Date:Tues, May 28-Sun, June 9 Time:Tues-Sat, 8pm: Sat & Sun,2pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $64-$15 Contact: fabulousfox.com/ 314-534-1111 Winner of three 2011 Golden Globes, this musical is called “Musical-Comedy Joy” by New York Times. See June for additional times.

Chesterfield Athletic All Star Kid’s Camp Date:Weekly, beginning May 28 Time: Daily Location: Chesterfield Athletic Club Cost: $204-$175; also before and after and daily rates Contact: www.clubatchesterfield.com or 636-532-9992 Camp fun for ages 5-12: tennis lessons, swimming yoga, karate, basketball, arts & crafts.

Childbirth Preparation Class Date:Tuesdays beginning May 28 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $60 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Four-week class to provide knowledge and understanding of the childbirth experience. Tour of birthing suites included.

Calling all Knitters and Crochet Enthusiasts! Chesterfield Arts is coordinating a special project and looking for people who love to knit and crochet to get involved. Call for information. 636.519.1955 Chesterfield Arts at Tour de Park at Eberwien Park Chesterfield Arts will be providing free art activities at the City Tour de Park event May 11 at Eberwein Park from 10 – 2. Bring your kids, dogs and the whole family! Don’t forget to meet Champ the Chesterfield Arts Mascot and take home a special color drawing of him. Where to Find Chesterfield Arts this summer! • Arts in Parks - A variety of performance programs with free art activities using the City’s parks as community settings. • Tour D’Parks: May 11- Join CA at Eberwein Park for dog-friendly activities and art projects. • City Fest: June 1- Music, Dance, Food Vendors, Arts/Cultural Booths, Art Activities • City Amphitheater: 3 movie nights June, July & October. Free art activities for City Summer Movie Nights. • Chamber Concerts in Faust Park: 3 concerts during the period of June - Aug. Free art activities. • Forks and Corks: Aug 31 Food, Music, Artists’ Village, art activities. • St. Louis Art Fair: September – Facilitation of community art project/activity in the Children’s Creative Castle art area. • Chesterfield Athletic Complex: May - September – art activities for the whole family and children attending various sporting events.

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Friday Night Lights Street Party Date: Fri, May 31 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com or 314-576-7100 Join us for a light-filled outdoor party featuring DJ Greasy, Professional Dancer Nicholas Gates, from So You Think You Can Dance, and much more!

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Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc.

A Retirement Lifestyle Designed With YOU in Mind.

Date:Wed, May 29-Fri, May 31 Time: See website for times Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: Garden Admission Contact: www.mobot.org Program to learn about gardening and food begins. Program runs throughout summer.Topics change throughout; see website.

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Date:Thurs, May 30 Time: 2pm-4pm Location: Sachs Branch Library Cost: Free Contact: www.slcl.org or 314-994-3300 Nordic dancers, St. Louis Spelmanslag and the International Folk Dance Association of University City take you on a journey. All ages.

An Uncontrollable Urge to Smile. Free with every cleaning.

Summer Splash Date: Fri, May 31 Time: 10am-2pm Location: Magic House Cost: Free with museum admission Contact: magichouse.org or 314-822-8900 Special summertime fun at our own Sandcastle Beach. Games, water play, bubbles and more for the entire family. 11am: ice cream treats.

Give the Gift of Teeth Whitening! It’s a Gift of Confidence for Anyone

Always…Patsy Cline Date: Fri, May 31 Time: 8pm Location: Robert G. Reim Theater, Stages Cost: $55-$15 Contact: www.stagesstlouis.org Down home country humor, unbridled heartache and 27 of Patsy Cline’s unforgettable hits such as “Crazy,”“Walking After Midnight,” and “Sweet Dreams”.

Dentistry For All Ages

FREE “Whitening for Life” Membership (Valued at $450)

Most Insurance Accepted Financing Available No Insurance - No Problem!

(First 17 new patients) Call for details!

The Frog Prince Get Aquainted Special! Exam, Cleaning & X-Rays ONLY $119 ($258 value) -Restrictions Apply-

Date: Fri, May 31 Time: 11 am-1:30 pm Location: Chesterfield City Hall circle drive Cost: Food cost around $5 Contact: 636-537-4000 wwwchesterfield.mo.us Foor Trucks on site: Shell’s Coastal Cuisine, Curbside Cookery, Taste D Burger, Sweet Divine.

Foodology-Savor Your Summer

Art @ Your Library: Scandinavian Dance

Come as a Patient, Leave as a Friend

Food Truck Fridays!

Date: Fri, May 31 Time: 7pm Location: Dramatic License Productions, Chesterfield Mall Cost: $12 Contact: dramaticlicenseproductions.com or 636-280-7012Timeless classic by the Brothers Grimm. Appropriate for ages 5-12 and adults will like it too!

Legacy Dental Care 485 Wildwood Parkway, Suite 5 Ballwin, MO 63011 LegacyDentalOnline.com 636.227.8400

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25th Annual Maryville Golf Classic Monday, June 24 Old Hickory Golf Course St. Peters. Call 314-529-9288 www.maryvillesaints.com www.maryville.edu

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Treat Your Mom on Mother’s Day Balaban’s Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet Time: 10am-2pm Cost: $24 adults, $10 under 12 636-449-6700 balabanswine.com To honor and celebrate mothers, Balaban’s classic brunch is back. Brunch buffet prepared by award winning chefs. A delicious hot buffet, food stations and specialty drinks.

Candicci’s Mother’s Day Brunch Time: 9am-3pm Cost: $23.99 adults. $7.99 children, 4 and under free. 636-220-8989 www.candiccis.net Oceano Mother’s Day Brunch Time: 10am-2pm Cost: $34.95; 12 and under $10.95 636-536-9404 www.oceanobistro.com Elaborate buffet brunch. EdgeWild Winery Time: 10 am-3 pm Cost: $29.95 adults, kids 6-12 $14, 5 and under free. 636-532-0550 edgewildwinery.com

Villa Farotto Buffet Brunch Time: 10am-3pm Cost: $25.95 adults, $13.95 10 and under, under 3 free 636-519-0048 www.villafarotto.com Omelet, carving and dessert stations and a gourmet buffet. Ya Ya’s Buffet Brunch Time: 9am-3 pm Cost: $25.99, $13 kids 5- 12, under 5 free 636-537-9991 Exquisite award-winning brunch. Scarecrow Brunch Time: 10:30 am - 2 pm Cost: $34.95 adults, $14.95 under 15. Free for kids under 3. 636-536-9440 www.scarecrowstl.com Price includes N/A beverages, Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Champagne. Montelle Winery Brunch Time: 11am-1pm Cost: $25: $10 kids under 12 888-595-WINE x 22 www.montelle.com Enjoy this one of a kind brunch, then stick

around and listen to live music while enjoying some wine! St. Charles Convention Center Brunch Buffet Time: 10am-1pm, on the half-hour Cost: $27 adults, $12.50 kids, under 3 free. 636-669-3000 stcharlesconventioncenter.com A customized chef-prepared buffet. Mount Pleasant Winery Brunch Time: 11am-3pm Cost: $40; 12 and under, $15 636-482-9463 mountpleasant.com Gourmet buffet brunch. Missouri Botanical Garden Brunch Time: 10am - 11:30am 2pm Cost: $27.95-$13.95 Free under 5 314-577-5100 www.mobot.org Brunch at Sassafras Café. Includes same-day admission to the Garden. Must register in advance.

St. Louis Zoo Brunch Time: 9am-11am-1pm Cost: $23-$11, under 2, free 314-647-4897 www.stlouiszoo.org Carving stations, pasta, chicken, desserts and more. Ultimate Mother’s Day Concert Date: Sun, May 12 Time: 7:30pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $99.75-$35.75 or 314-622-5435 www.ticketmaster.com The biggest Mother’s Day Celebration in St. Louis, the “Ultimate Mother’s Day Concert”. Many artists; see scottradecenter.com for details.

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New GET ACTIVE Program Promotes Health and Wellness in Chesterfield The Chesterfield Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with St. Luke’s Hospital, is starting a new program called GET ACTIVE. This free program is designed to create an active and healthy community by providing professional health information including fitness and nutrition tips, GET ACTIVE days that will provide a fun and safe environment for kids to play and get exercise, discounted rates at selected City of Chesterfield events, listing of health focused events around town, opportunities to win prizes, and more! All ages are encouraged to participate, as there is something for everyone. Once registered for the program members will receive a GET ACTIVE newsletter twice a month providing information on healthy living, events, and more. GET ACTIVE days will be held at a City of Chesterfield facility or park in which free programs will be offered. These activities will be geared towards children and facilitated by a City of Chesterfield Parks and Recreation professional. To register, contact the City of Chesterfield Parks and Recreation Department at 636.812.9500 or visit our website at www.chesterfield.mo.us. 19

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summer tradition continues as the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce presents the 26th year of FREE concerts in Faust Park. Every Tuesday evening for ten weeks, residents and visitors will enjoy the sounds of Motown, Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Classic Hits and Disco, not to mention fabulous tributes to such greats as The Beatles and Janis Joplin. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and relax under the stars or dance the night away with your friends and neighbors. Help celebrate the 25th year Anniversary of the City of Chesterfield at the series kick-off on June 4. Featuring The Bob Kuban Band, free cake and prizes for the kids, and of course, FIREWORKS provided by the City of Chesterfield, following the concert at 9 p.m. Come hungry! You will have a wide variety of delicious choices for dinner from the visiting food trucks such as Shell’s Coastal, Chop Shop and more. And best of all! Wash it all down with a nice cold beer, glass of wine or fruit flavored slushie from the Chamber sponsored concession stand. All concerts are FREE and open to the public. Gates open at 5:15 p.m. No parking on White Road. The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Summer Concert Series is brought to you in part by many local business sponsors.

Join the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce each Tuesday evening at Faust Park for live music, entertainment and just plain fun! June 4 .........Bob Kuban - Popular Classic Hits June 11 .......Trilogy - Dance,Rock,Motown and R&B June 18 .......Scott Laytham & Karl Holmes Duo - Classic Hits June 25 .......Spectrum - 50-60’s Rock, Funk, Disco, R&B July 9 ..........Abbey Road Warriors - Beatles Tribute Band July 16 ........Mirage - Contemporary, Rock, Dance, Disco July 23 ........Everyday People - Classic Dance, 80’s, Big Band, Swing, Medleys July 30 ........Gypsy Jones - Rock, Blues and Funky Grooves with tribute to Janis Joplin August 6......Yessir - Classic Rock, Dance, Motown, R&B August 13....Billy Peek - Blues and Classic Rock Food provided by Food Trucks 6/4 and 8/13 Food provided by Fiesta Modern Mexican 6/18 and 7/9

Call the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce at 636-532-3399 Check website for updates at www.chesterfieldmochamber.com

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Maryville Grows in National Stature, Retains Sense of Community

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aryville University has been quietly building its reputation as a student-centered community with high-quality academics that has, for years, produced a steady stream of successful graduates — and a growing pool of esteemed alums. Now, thanks to a 2013 U.S. News & World Report survey that ranked Maryville the top “overperforming” college in the nation, the word is getting out. The ranking compares a university’s national rank — based on data such as admissions selectivity, financial and faculty resources, alumni giving, and graduation and retention rates — to its undergraduate academic reputation among peers. Maryville ranked 160 among national universities, but only 247 in peer assessment. This means it “overperformed” its undergraduate reputation ranking by 87 points, making it the No. 1 overperforming university in the country. Maryville University President Mark Lombardi said the distinction “illustrates that, if you look at the objective data, we’re an exceptional university.” “Our reputation is catching up,” he added. “But as everyone knows, usually reputation lags behind performance.” Lombardi is thrilled with the ranking, because it supports Maryville’s goal of building its national standing. “One of the visions of our strategic plan, which we initiated in 2007, was to make Maryville a nationally recognized

2013 U.S. News & World Report ranked Maryville No. 2 for its reputation of academic excellence among high-school guidance counselors. In athletics, Maryville recently made the transition from NCAA Division III to Division II, joining the competitive Great Lakes Valley Conference. university – and, essentially, we’re accomplishing that,” he said. The ranking underscores a number of academic and athletic achievements that Lombardi said are creating “a real buzz about Maryville.” Another 2013 U.S. News & World Report ranked Maryville No. 2 for its reputation of academic excellence among high-school guidance counselors. In athletics, Maryville recently made the transition from NCAA Division III to Division II, joining the hyper-competitive Great Lakes Valley Conference. “It’s considered the SEC of Division II,” Lombardi explained. And the Saints have enjoyed success in the conference, with senior Matt Baker winning the NCAA Division II national wrestling championship and senior basketball standout Abby Duethman earning GLVC player of the year — both studentathletes also earned DII All-American Honors. In March, Maryville scored another first: it was the only university in the country to receive the NCAA Division II Presidents Award for Academic Success with a 100 percent, four-year graduation rate for its student athletes. “We’re moving up in athletics, but we’re doing it in the right way,” Lombardi said. When it comes to “firsts,” Maryville is on a roll. In January, the university

announced an academic partnership with Rawlings Sporting Goods to create the nation’s first corporate-named sport business management major. The Rawlings Sport Business Management Program provides opportunities for students to intern at Rawlings and with organizations such as the Cardinals, the Blues and the Rams. Lombardi described an excitement about Maryville’s academics, athletics and growing national reputation that is attracting students from around the globe. “We now have students from 47 states and 28 countries,” he said, adding that fall enrollment is tracking about 15 percent ahead of last year. Even with all the changes afloat at Maryville – including updated facilities, improved student services, outstanding athletics and an expanded offering of topflight academics – Lombardi said future students and alumni still recognize the one thing about Maryville that remains special. “The strength, support and and foundation of the community is still here,” Lombardi reflected. “And that’s a good thing.” By Carol Enright

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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. We'll enter you into a drawing on Apr 15 for a $50 dining certificate. Send to: Out & About,1734 Clarkson Road #312, Chesterfield, MO 63017: email to outandabout@ gatewaycreative.net Or on Facebook at Out & About Magazine

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Congrats to the winner of the last scavenger hunt, Lois O’Brien of Chesterfield. The logo was hidden in the Balaban’s Ad.

LoveU2Pieces Trivia Night

Always…Patsy Cline

Date: Sat, June 1 Time: 7pm Location: Maryland Height Com. Center Cost: $200 table of 8 Contact: 314-606-8315 LoveU2Pieces trivia night to provide assistance to families with children who have autism.

Date: Sat, June 1-Sun, June 30 Time:Times vary by date Location: Robert G. Reim Theater, Stages Cost: $55-$15 Contact: www.stagesstlouis.org Down home country humor, unbridled heartache and 27 of Patsy Cline’s unforgettable hits such as “Crazy,”“Walking After Midnight,” and “Sweet Dreams”.

Foodology– Savor Your Summer Date: Sat, June 1-Sun, June 30 Time: See website for times Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: Garden Admission Contact: www.mobot.org Summer-long program to learn about gardening and food. Topics change throughout.

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc.

Kings of the Mic Date: Sat, June 1 Time:TBD Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $123-$12 Contact: ticketmaster.com or 314-622-5435 See LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Public Enemy & De La Soul at this concert.

Week of June 1 Date: Sat, June 1 Time: 10am-10pm Location: Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center and Veterans’ Place Drive Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Celebrate Chesterfield’s 25th Anniversary! Swim at Aquatic Center, then come to Veteran’s Place Drive for a Street Party with activities, inflatables, magicians, music and fireworks to cap off the event.

Friends of the Library Book Fair Date: Sat, June 1-Sun, June 2 Time: Sat, 9am-7pm: Sun, 10am-3pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: youranswerplace.org or 636-441-2300 Over 250,000 books, records, sets & magazines are available. Most books are priced at $2 for hardbacks and 50 cents for paperbacks. Children’s & teen books at 25 cents.

Top: Enjoy a concert in Faust Park Center: Chesterfield Arts has ‘hands on’ classes for kids this summer Bottom: Take part in the City Fest celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Chesterfield

The Frog Prince Date: Sat, June 1 & Sun, June 2 Time: Sat, 11am & 2pm: Sun, 2pm Location: Dramatic License Productions, Chesterfield Mall Cost: $12 Contact: dramaticlicenseproductions.org or 636-280-7012 Timeless classic by the Brothers Grimm. Appropriate for ages 5-12.Additional dates: Fri, Jun 7 @ 7pm: Sat, June 8 & 11and 2: Sun, June 9 & 2pm.

Sun, June 2 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Kemp Auto Museum, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: www.kempautomuseum.org or 636-537-1718 Family festival; face painting, music, Big Trucks to explore! Bring nonperishable food item to support Operation Food Search. Bring blankets or lawn chairs and enjoy the day with us.

Summer Intensives & Young Dancer’s Workshop

Date: Sat, June 1 Time: 8pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $65-$35 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 The STL Symphony gets in tune with its psychedelic side as it performs The Music of Pink Floyd along with an eight-member rock band.

Anything Goes

Childbirth Preparation Class

Date: Sat, June 1-Sun, June 9 Time:Tues-Sat, 8pm: Sat & Sun, 2pm: Sun, June 2, 7:30pm:Thurs, June 9, 1pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $64-$15 Contact: fabulousfox.com or 314-534-1111 Winner of three 2011 Golden Globes, this musical is called “Musical-Comedy Joy” by New York Times.

Date: Mondays, beginning June 3 Time: 6:30 pm-8:30 pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $60 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Four-week class to provide knowledge and understanding of the childbirth experience.Tour of birthing suites included. Additional class begins Wed, June 5.

Breastfeeding Class

Crazy for Crafts

Date: Sat, June 1 Time: 9am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Information, encouragement and support for a successful breastfeeding experience. Must Register. Additional class:Tuesday, June 4

Date: Mon, June 3 Time: 7pm-8pm Location: Sachs Branch Library Cost: Free Contact: www.slcl.org or 314-994-3300 Do you enjoy trying out new craft ideas? Come check out our newest monthly program. Each month will highlight a new craft idea. Adults and older teens. Registration required.

National Trails Day at World Bird Sanctuary Date: Sat, June 1 Time 9am-1pm Location:World Bird Sanctuary Cost: Free Contact: www.worldbirdsanctuary.org Trails to take, free children’s activities and fun. Celebrate with us.

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Big Truck Day

Date: June 3-7 & 10-14: June 17-21 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Alexandra School of Ballet Cost: $375/week Intensives: $350 Young Dancer’s Contact: alexandraballet.com or 314-469-2222 Get dance training this summer; Intensives June 3-7 & 17-21:Young Dancers June 17-21. Curriculum taught by renowned guest teachers.

Music of Pink Floyd

Chesterfield City Fest

Week of June 2-8

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Summer Concert Series Date:Tues, June 4,11,18,25 Time: Gates open at 5:30pm: Music 7pm: Fireworks 9 pm (June 4 only) Location: Faust Park Cost: Free


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City Fest Kicks off Chesterfield’s 25th Anniversary

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hanks to community partners, the city of Chesterfield is planning a year of special events to celebrate the city’s 25th anniversary. Starting off with “City Fest” on June 1st, the events will be a joyful commemoration of Chesterfield’s people, businesses and history. Special logos spotlighting the occasion will be posted throughout the city all year; you can purchase a souvenir shirt at City Hall to promote your hometown’s anniversary. Along with special events all year long, Chesterfield will be offering special discounts and promotions at concession areas in the parks and will update their Facebook page and website for exciting, upcoming events for the entire family to enjoy. CITY FEST Kicking off the festivities, “City Fest” will be held June 1st at the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center. The Center will open at 10 a.m. and will be FREE for all Chesterfield residents. From 10 a.m. to noon Midwest Pool Management will be providing water safety demonstrations and from noon - 2 p.m. join in the fun as a D.J. plays popular music at the Center.

Contact: www.chesterfieldmochamber.com or 636-532-3399 The Bob Kuban Band kicks off the season on June 4. Fun activities, free cake and prizes for kids. Other June concerts- June 11: Trilogy, June 18: Scott & Karl, June 25: Spectrum

Firefly Festival Date:Wednesdays, June 5-12 and 19 Time: 8pm-9:30pm Location: Butterfly House Cost: $10-$8 per person by May 29, June 5 or June 12 Contact: www.mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Adults and families ages 6 and up. Learn about fireflies, their fascinating lights, and take part in some firefly crafts. Bring one flashlight per person.

20th Annual Whitaker Music Festival Date:Wednesdays, June 5-12-19-26 Time: 7:30pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden

After, join in the activities on Veterans' Place Drive. The street will be closed to traffic so that everyone can participate in the activities, including an Artist Village, Cultures of Chesterfield, inflatables, face painting, magicians and more. Activities here will begin at 3 p.m. Music on the Amphitheater stage starts at 5 p.m. Then: be sure to stay for the grand finale! "City Fest" will conclude with an awe-inspiring fireworks show! Help celebrate your hometown’s Anniversary—bring your family and spend the day with your Chesterfield neighbors. Visit chesterfield.mo.us for more news throughout the year.

Cost: Free Contact: www.mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Concerts will be held outdoors on the lawn of the Cohen Amphitheater, just west of the Climatron® dome on the grounds of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. See website for musical schedule.

Faust Olden Days of Summer 2013 Date:Wednesdays, June 5, 26, and July 17 Time: 10am-1pm Location: Faust Park, Chesterfield Cost: $10 in advance, $15 on event day Contact: stlouisco.com or 314-615-7373 Ages 2-12 will enjoy a variety of old-time activities and craft opportunities, tours, fun. Parents are free to attend with paid child. Picnic areas to enjoy.

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Country Night at the Plaza Date: Sat, June 8 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com or 314-576-7100 Join us for a night filled with Country Fun in our outdoor village! Put on your boots and hats and enjoy live music, dancing and drinks.

Fast Track Childbirth

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Innsbrook Institute Summer Music Academy and Festival Dates: June 6 - 15, 2013 Time: Nightly Concerts- 7:30 p.m. Location: Innsbrook Resort and Conference Center Cost: Chamber Concerts- $20-$30 Guests 17 & under admitted free in general admission- based on availability. Contact: 636-928-3366 ext. 218 or www.innsbrookinstitute.org Summer music festival featuring regionally and nationally recognized musicians playing music in the beautiful, natural setting of Innsbrook.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Coffee Date:Thur June 6 Time: 7:30-9am Location: Gambrill Gardens 1 Strecker Rd Ellisville, MO 63011 Cost: Free for members/$15 for non-members. Non-members are required to prepay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Join your colleagues and friends for light breakfast, coffee, juice, and networking sponsored by Sterling Bank.

Feast in the Park Date: Fri, June 7 Time: 5pm-8pm Location: Laumeier Sculpture Park Cost: Free to visit: Food for purchase Contact: www.stlouisco.com/parks Dinner in St. Louis County Parks. Music, free parking, food for sale. June 13th—Faust Park: June 18—Tilles Park: June 26—Creve Coeur Park.

Bigger Sibling Class Date: Sat, June 8 Time: 9:30am-11am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Ages 6-10 learn about being a big brother or sisiter. Games, stories and videos to teach skills. T-shirt, certificate and tour.

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Date: Sat, June 8 or 22 or 29 Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $90 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 For parents unable to attend the regular fourweek session.Tour of Birth Care Suites included.

Infant Care Class Date: Sat, June 8 Time: 9am-1pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 For new or expectant parents; learn about bathing and dressing, common illnesses, infant CPR and more. Must register. Additional classes: June 15 & 22.

Week of June 9-15 29th Annual JCC Charity Golf Tournament Date: Mon, June 10 Time:TBA Location:Westwood Country Club Cost: Sponsorships rates vary: see website Contact: www.jccstl.com or 636-442-3109 Annual charity gold tournament. See website for updated details.

Grandparent Class Date:Thurs, June 13 Time: 6:30am-8:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $15 per couple or person Contact: www.stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 to register Expectant grandparents can review current hospital care for mother and baby , infant safety and tips for grandparenting.Tour of birthing suites included.

Home Alone Date:Thurs, June 13 Time:9am-10:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $15 Contact: www.stlukes-stl.com or 314-542-4848 to register Children ages 9 to 11 can learn tips and info on staying home alone safely.

Sitter Skills Date:Thurs, June 13 Time: Noon-3pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $20 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-542-4848 For ages 11 and older, this program will teach basic babysitting skills and information. Light snack provided. Must register.

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bers. Non-members are required to pre-pay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required. Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com ‘Five Best Practices in Hiring Right the First Time’. Presented by Ed Conroy and Carl Greenberg. Sponsored by Extra Help.

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West County Restaurant Week

Movie Under the Stars Date: Fri, June 14 Time: 8pm-9:30pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Enjoy “The Lorax” under the stars. Bring blanket or seating. All ages.

Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diaries 2013 Date: Fri, June 14 Time: 7pm Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $67.50-$40 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com Luke Bryan in concert with Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line.

2013 Komen Race for the Cure Date: Sat, June 15 Time: Registration, 6:30am: Race, 8:30am Location: Downtown St. Louis Cost: Sponsorships, donation and race fee: See website Contact: komenstlouis.org / 314-569-3900 Annual race to benefit breast cancer research and prevention.

Ambassadors of Harmony Date: Sat, June 15 Time: 2pm & 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: See website for details www.touhill.org or 314-516-4949 The Ambassadors of Harmony will perform at the Touhill for your enjoyment. See website for prices.

Pollinator Picnic Date: Sun, June 16 Time:TBA Location: Butterfly House Cost: $10-$8 Contact: butterflyhouse.org or 314-5770254 A party to celebrate Missouri’s pollinators —featuring games, activities, and food from Local Harvest.

Chesterfield Jazz Festival Date: Sat, June 15 Time: 2pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: $50-$20 Contact: www.metrotix.com for tickets Performances by nationally renowned artists David Benoit, Paul Taylor & Bach to the Future, along with St. Louis Jazz All Stars and others.

Singles Beach Party Date: Sat, June 15 Time: 7pm-11pm Location: Creve Coeur Park Tremayne Shelter Cost: $10 per person Contact: 314-615-8482 to register Sand Volleyball, hayrides, canoeing, music, food vendors, DJ, dancing and more!

Mark your calendars for West County Restaurant Week June 3-9. This week long event highlights more than 14 area restaurants. All participating venues will offer a three course, $25 pre-fixe menu-along with their normal menu. The menus will highlight the individual restaurants best dishes and 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 three course menu. Diners are encouraged to ‘add a portion’ that will be donated to Autism Speaks to Young Professionals STL.

West County Family YMCA Chesterfield

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Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting

Hawaiian style woven lei from backyard plants and flowers.Take home 8” lei. Adults only.

2013 League of American Orchestras Concert

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Week of June 16-22

Father’s Day at Kemp Auto Museum Date: Sun, June 16 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Kemp Auto Museum, Chesterfield Cost: Free admission for Dad and Granddad when accompanied by a child Contact: www.kempautomuseum.org or 636-537-1718 Special viewing and tour to celebrate Father’s Day at Kemp. Refreshments, crafts & more.

Monty Python’s Spamalot Date: Mon, June 17-Sun, June 23 Time: 8:15pm Location: Muny Opera House Cost: $75-$12 Contact: www.muny.org or 314-361-1900 A new musical that tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Called “the most infectiously funny musical of the millennium”.

New Traditional Hawaiian Style Lei Making Date:Tues, June 18 Time: 10am-Noon Location: Learning Lab at Butterfly House Cost: $36-$30: Register by June 14 Contact: www.mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Learn the techniques to make beautiful

Date:Wed June 19 Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm Location: Forest Hills Country Club - 36 Forest Club Dr Chesterfield, MO 63005 Cost: $25 members/$30 non-members. Non-members are required to pre-pay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required. Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Monthly luncheon meeting. Guest speaker President & CEO Bi-State Development Agency- John Nations.Sonsored by Common Ground Public Relations.

Date:Tues, June 18 Time: 7:30pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $100-$35 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 Eric Owens performs; representatives from orchestras all across the country in attendance. One night only.

A Sibling Class Date: Mon, June 17 Time: 10am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Must Register Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Ages 3-6 can learn about being a big brother or sister ; holding newborn-sized doll, and making a present for the new baby.Tshirt, certificate and tour.

HeartCaring Wellness Screenings Date:Thurs, June 20 Time: 7:15am-9:30am Location: Desloge Outpatient Center Cost: $30 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-542-4848 Screening includes blood pressure, body composition, fasting profile with glucose, take home exercises, health risk assessment and more. Learn how to stay healthy.

Your Natural Approach to Labor Date:Tues, June 18 Time: 6pm-9pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 Class offered in addition to the Childbirth Preparation classes. Class focuses on using relaxation through massage, music, hydrotherapy and breathing. Must register.

Party in the Plaza Date:Thurs, June 20 Time: 5pm-9pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com or 314-576-7100 Drink and food specials, music DJ Greasy on one end of the Outdoor Village mixing and a live band by the fountain. Don’t miss this!

Disney’s Cinderella Date:Wed, June 19-Sun, June 30 Time: 11am:Thurs, June 27, 7pm Location: Skip Viragh Center for the Arts, Chaminade College Preparatory School Cost: $22-$16 Contact: www.stagesstlouis.org The treasured Disney retelling of everyone’s favorite fairy tale comes to glorious life in this delightful stage adaptation.

Big Muddy Dance Company: Invigorate Date:Thurs, June 20-Sat, June 22 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $22 Contact: www.touhill.org or 314-516-4949 The Big Muddy Dance Company presents” Invigorate,” a concert of new & classic dance.

Beauty and the Feast II Date:Wed, June 19 Time: 6pm Location: Staenberg Family Complex Cost: Contact Contact: www.jccstl.org or 314-442-3148 Enjoy dinner, drinks and an evening of beauty advice and help raise money for senior meals. Speakers, cosmetic dermatologist, plastic surgeon. Great fundraiser for a great cause

Zoofari 2013 Date: Fri, June 21 Time: 7pm-Midnight Location: St. Louis Zoo Cost: $7500-$175 Contact: www.stlouiszoo.org or 314-6464771 by June 21 Black tie extravaganza to benefit zoo’s endangered species initiative. Over 60 area restaurants, Huey Lewis and the News and others, full menu, drinks and silent auction.

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Cooking Demo by the Bug Chef Date: Fri, June 21 Time:TBA Location: Butterfly House Cost: Contact Contact: butterflyhouse.org, 314-577-0254 Cooking Demonstration by The Bug Chef, David George Gordon - taste a real edible bug!

Snores & S’mores Date: Fri, June 21 Time: 5pm Friday to 9am Saturday Location: Schroeder Park, Manchester Cost: $8 adult, $6 children, ages 3 and under, free Contact: manchestermo.gov or 636-227-1385 Pitch a tent and enjoy games, craft, campfire dinner and breakfast in the morning at this overnight event. Bring your own tent and camping supplies.

Free Family Night at the Magic House Date: Fri, June 21 Time: 5:30 pm-9 pm Location: Magic House Cost: Free Contact: magichouse.org or 314-822-8900 Enjoy more than 100 hands-on exhibits at no charge through the generosity of Emerson.

Faust Village Open House Date: Sat & Sun, June 22-23, 29-30 Time: 1pm-5pm Location: St. Louis County Faust Park Cost: Free Contact: stlouisco.com or 314-625-8328 Tour the 1850s Conway house with its period herb garden and outdoor kitchen, the circa 1848 Metz log home, and the 1880s Hoch House. Homes staffed with docents in period dress.

Dig into Legos Date: Sat, June 22 Time: 2pm-3:30pm Location: Sachs Branch Library Cost: Free Contact: www.slcl.org or 314-994-3300 Love LEGOS? Design and build extraordinary creations at the library. LEGOS will be provided. Ages 8 and up. Registration required.

Sonny Rollins Date: Sat, June 22 Time: 8 pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $125-$35 Contact: www.touhill.org or 314-516-4949 As the most formidable of all jazz improvisers,


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Chesterfield JazzFest Paul Taylor

2013 Summer Art Camps Ages 4 - 17 Cartooning Drawing Painting Pottery Printmaking Mixed Media Sculpture Stop Animation June - August

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ome to the Chesterfield Amphitheater June 15th for a evening of amazing jazz. The evening will include: David Benoit, a multiple Grammy Award-nominee pianist, composer and producer. His jazz fusion/ smooth jazz style is legendary; he’s also the music director for the Asia American Symphony and the Asia America Youth Orchestra. Paul Taylor, a smooth jazz saxophonist originally from Denver, Colorado. His music is touted for its precise melody and sweet sounds. He has released numerous albums since his debut, “On the Horn” in 1995.

Rollins remains a living inspiration to musicians and listeners worldwide. Presented by Jazz St. Louis.

City of Chesterfield Sounds of Summer Date: Sat, June 22 Time: 8pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Enjoy a summer evening while listening to the sounds of Street Fighting Band (Rolling Stones Tribute Band). Concessions available or bring own food and beverages (plastic containers).

Bach To The Future, a group of wildly creative musicians whose arrangements of classical pieces take on a smooth jazz style. Their instruments are often whimsical, their compositions are unique and their fans span generations and music genres. Jazz St. Louis All-Stars, the finest young jazz musicians in the St. Louis area. Students in the ensemble rehearse weekly under the direction of noted musicians and educators, Jason Swagler and Reggie Thomas. Gates open at 1 p.m. : Tickets are $20 for lawn seating, $35 reserved and $50 VIP. Call 314-534-1111 or www.metrotix.com

One Week Camps 9:30 am - 12 pm

12:30 - 3 pm

Register Today! Call 636-519-1955 or visit our website

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Cost: $83-$28 Contact: familyarena.com/ 636-896-4200 Two rock icons perform together on one special night at the Family Arena!

Mommies in Motion Date:Tuesdays & Thurdays, starting June 25 Time: 6:15pm-7:15pm Location: Desloge OP Center Cost: $48 Contact: stlukes-stl.com or 314-205-6906 to register 8-week exercise program for pregnant women; stretching, strengthening and light Acrobics. continued on next page

Week of June 23-29

Shrek:The Musical Date: Mon, Jun 24-Sun, June 30 Time: 8:15pm Location: Muny Opera House Cost: $75-$12 Contact: www.muny.org or 314-361-1900 Don't miss everyone's favorite ogre, Shrek only at The Muny!

Alice Cooper-Marilyn Manson Date:Tues, June 25 Time: 7:30pm Location: St. Charles Family Arena

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Friday Night Lights Street Party

Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Monthly after hours networking, Enjoy snacks & beverages while interacting with other Chamber Members. Sponsored by the City of Chesterfield.

Date: Fri, June 28 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: westportstl.com or 314-576-7100 Join us for a light-filled outdoor party featuring DJ Greasy, Professional Dancer Nicholas Gates, from So You Think You Can Dance, and much more!

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Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Date:Thur June 26 Time: 5pm-7pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheatre - 631 Veteran's Place Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017 Cost: Free for members/$15 for nonmembers. Non-members are required to pre-pay online or by phone. Advanced registration is required

Date:Thurs, June 27 Time: 9am-10:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $20.00 for 1 adult and 1 infant Contact: www.stlukes-stl.com or 314-2056906 to register Infant massage promotes better sleep, motor and nervous system development. Classes are designed for you and your baby.

Teen Summer Movie: The Hobbit (2012) Date: Fri, June 28 Time: 6pm-8:30pm Location: Sachs Branch Library Cost: Free Contact: www.slcl.org or 314-994-3300 Grades 6-12 can enjoy this PG-13 rated movie at the library. Must register.

Kenny Chesney: No Shoes Nation Tour Date:Thurs, June 27 Time: 7pm Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $109.75-$50.35 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com See Kenny Chesney with Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves.

Location: St. Louis Art Museum Cost: Free Contact: www.slam.org or 314-721-0072 Celebrate the completion of the Saint Louis Art Museum Expansion at this free two-day festival. See website for details.

Week of June 30 New Kids on the Block: The Package Tour Date: Sun, June 30 Time: 7:30pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $103.90-29.75 Contact: ticketmaster.com or 314-745-3000 New Kids on the Block with Guests 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men.

Food Truck Fridays! Date: Fri, Jun 28 Time: 11 am-1:30 pm Location: Chesterfield City Hall circle drive Cost: Food cost around $5 Contact: 636-537-4000 wwwchesterfield.mo.us Food Trucks on site: Speedway Eatery, Curbside Cookery, My Big Fat Greek Truck, The Sweet Divine.

45th Anniversary Celebration: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Date: Fri, June 28 Time: 8pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $65-$35 Contact: www.slso.org or 314-534-1700 Has it been that long?! Join the symphony for Classical Mystery Tour, a celebration of this iconic album.

Saint Louis Art Museum Grand Opening Celebration Date: Sat, June 29-Sun, June 30 Time: Daily

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o matter where you live in the West County area, there is something fun happening in May and June. From Cinco de Mayo celebrations to Chesterfield’s Faust Olden Days of Summer and fabulous Tour de Parks, you’re sure to find a special celebration going on almost every weekend. Check out these terrific opportunities to spend quality time with your family and enjoy the many great events in your area.

MAY 34th Annual St. Louis Stor ytelling Festival Date: Wed, May 1-Sat, May 4 Time: Daily Location: Throughout the area Cost: Free Contact: stlstorytellingfestival.org Experience culturally diverse professional storytellers tell a wide variety of traditional, literary, historical and family stories. American Theatre Festival Date: May 1-May 5 Time: Vary by performance Location: St. Charles Community College Cost: $6-$5, free to students, faculty and staff Contact: stchas.edu or 636-922-8050 Performance plays on topics relating to American History. “RFK” and “Gertrude Stein and a Companion” to show at various dates and time. See website or call for info. 7 t h A n n u a l S t . L o u i s F i n e Pr i n t , Rare Book & Paper Ar tsa Fair Date: Fri, May 3-Sun, May5 Time: Fri, 6pm, Sat 10am, Sun 11am Location: St. Louis Mercantile Library, University of Missouri-St. Louis Cost: $50-$2, depending on day and status Contact: 314-516-6740 or umsl.edu 25 local and national print and rare book dealers offering first editions and illustrated books, fine art prints, drawings, photographs and ephemera. St. Louis Microfest Beer Festival Date: Fri, May 3 & Sat, May 4 Time: 7pm-10pm Location: Muny Parking Lot, Forest Park Cost: $54-$34 Contact: stlmicrofest.org or 314-588-0007 The event features over 80 craft beers and 50 international beers along with live music, homebrew competition, brewers’ Olympics, food and more.

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Fairs & Festivals Close to Home Take your Family to One of These Terrific Events

7th Annual Cinco de Mayo Festival Date: Sat, May 4 Time: 11am-9pm Location: South St. Louis (2720 Cherokee) Cost: Free Contact: cincodemayostl.com 314-632-6498 A celebration of Hispanic culture within South St. Louis area. Live music, ethnic foods, parade, drinks. Join the celebration. Ar t Fair At Laumeier Date: Fri, May 10-Sun, May 12 Time: Fri, 6pm-10pm: Sat, 10am-8pm: Sun, 10am-5pm Location: Laumeier Sculpture Park, Kirkwood Cost: $10-$5, under age 6, free Contact: laumeiersculpturepark.org 314-824-1209 Creative and original artwork from 150 artists for sale at this nationally acclaimed fine art and craft fair. Music and entertainment, food from vendors available. Chester field Tour de Parks Date: Sat, May 11 Time: Noon-2pm Location: Central Park Pavilion Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us 30

Come join us for some fun and learn about the beautiful parks in Chesterfield. Visit several parks and participate in activities for all ages. 3rd Annual West County Talent Bash Date: Sat, May 18 Time: 3pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: See website Contact: www.stlbashproductions.com or www.chesterfield.mo.us See talent of all types from all over our area at this annual talent competition. Also, enjoy beer samplings and an evening with Javier Mendoza. Ar t Fest in the Hear t of Richmond Heights Date: Sat, May 18 Time: 11am Location: Lindbergh Parkway Richmond Heights Cost: Free Contact: www.artfestrh.org or 314-853-1001 Come and celebrate the City of Richmond Heights Centennial Year. The event is co-hosted by the Friends of Richmond Heights. Food, wines, entertainment.


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Chinese C ultur e D a y s Date: Sat, May 18 & Sun May 19 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: $12-$5 Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Annual celebration features a Grand Parade with 70-foot dancing dragon, authentic regional cuisine, t’ai chi and acrobatics. 2013 St. Louis Renaissance Faire Date: Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day: May 18-June 9 Time: 10am-6pm Location: Rotary Park, Wentzville Cost: $15.95-$8.95 online; special discounts and promotions available Contact: renstl.org or 636-928-4141 Step back in time at this yearly festival of activities for all ages. Food, activities, sights and sounds of medieval times. See website for ticket special offers. Lewis and Clark Heritage Days Date: Sat, May 18 & Sun, May 19 Time: Sat, 9:30am-8pm: Sun 10am-4pm Location: Frontier Park, St. Charles Cost: Free Contact: lewisandclarkheritagedays.com or mamccoyusa@yahoo.com for more info. Grand parade, military encampment, fife and drum corps muster, musket and cannon demonstrations, a skillet throw, and period music, food and wares. Faust Fine Ar ts & Folk Festival Date: Sat, May 18 & Sun, May 19 Time: 10am-5pm Location: St. Louis County Faust Park, Chesterfield Cost: $3 Contact: stlouisco.com/faust or 314-615-8482 Juried fine arts and crafts show, children’s activities, music, wine tasting and more at this annual event; a favorite yearly event in Chesterfield.

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125th Annual Annie Malone May Day Parade Date: Sun, May 19 Time: 1pm Location: Downtown St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: anniemalone.com or 314-531-0120 Parade to honor Annie Malone, founder of Poro College and noted children’s home that carries her name. McDonalds’ May Day Blues Fest to follow at Kiener Plaza. 6th Annual Emerson Spring to Dance Festival Date: Thurs, May 23-Sat, May 25 Time: TBA Location: Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $15 Contact: touhill.org or 314-516-4949 30 dance companies, three nights with a different program every night. Presented by Dance St. Louis and the Touhill. St. Louis Greek Fest Date: Fri, May 24-Mon, May 27 Time: 11am-9on Location: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Cost: Free Contact: stlgreekfest.com or 314-966-2255 Authentic Greek foods and pastries, music and dancing. Church tours, kids’ corner and more! Shakespeare Festival Date: Fri, May 24-Sun, June 16 Time: Green show: 6:30pm, Performance, 8pm (except Tuesdays) Location: Forest Park Cost: Free Contact: sfstl.com or 314-531-9800 See “Twelfth Night” under the stars. Bring seating: box dinner available for purchase. Thursday night showing signed for the hearing impaired. St. Louis Bluesweek Festival Date: Fri, May 24-Sun, May 26 Time: Fri, 4:30pm-11pm, Sat & Sun, 11am11pm Location: Soldier’s Memorial, Downtown St.

Louis Cost: Free Contact: bluesweek.com Free festival to celebrate the history of Blues music in St. Louis. BBQ Battle Royale, superstar Blues Headliners and performers. Missouri River Irishfest Date: Sat, May 25 & Sun, May 26 Time: Daily Location: Frontier Park, St. Charles Cost: Free Contact: moriveririshfest.com Irish vendors, food, drink. Fiddle competition, singing, Irish dance and workshop, live music, children’s area and more! 2013 African Ar ts Festival Date: Sat, May 25-Mon, May 27 Time: Sat, 10am-8pm, Sun, 11am-8pm, Mon, 10am-6pm Location: World’s Fair Pavilion, St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: stlafricanartsfest.com or 314-9359676 Cultural demos, vendors, children’s festival and musical performances are some of the highlights of this yearly Arts Festival. Friends of the Librar y Book Fair Date: Fri, May 31-Sun, June 2 Time: Fri, 9am-Noon (Friend Members Only), Noon-9 Public Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: youranswerplace.org or 636-441-2300 Over 250,000 books, records, sets & magazines are available for purchase. Saturday, 9am7pm, Sunday, 10am-3pm.

JUNE Chesterfield City Fest Date: Sat, June 1 Time: 10am-10pm Location: Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center and Veterans’ Place Drive Cost: Free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Celebrate Chesterfield’s 25th Anniversary! Swim at Aquatic Center, then come to Veteran’s Place Drive for a Street Party with activities, inflatables, magicians, music and fireworks to cap off the event. IndiHop 2013 Date: Sat, June 1 Time: Noon-5pm Location: The Grove and Cherokee Street neighborhoods Cost: Free Contact: indihop.com or 314-757-2332 To showcase tow of St. Louis’ eclectic neighborhoods Sample up to 50 different types of locally made brews; entertainment by musicians, artists and street performers. continued on next page Out & About / May-June, 2013


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Taste of MidTown Ar t Fair/Festival Date: Sat, June 1& Sun, June 2 Time: 10am Locaton: 2 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: midtowntaste.com or 314-367-3146 ART FAIR, taste, and entertainment event. Expected attendance of 60,000 people. For the best in local, regional, and national arts

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Firefly Festival Date: Wednesdays, June 5-12 and 19 Time: 8pm-9:30pm Location: Butterfly House Cost: $10-$8 per person by May 29, June 5 or June 12 Contact: www.mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Adults and families ages 6 and up. Learn about fireflies, their fascinating lights, and take part in some firefly crafts. Bring one flashlight per person.

Get Outdoors under the Arch Festival Date: Sat, June 8 Time: 9am-2pm location: Gateway Arch Cost: Free Contact: nps.gov/jeff or 314-655-1637 Bicycle safety, bicycle tours, walking tours, a climbing wall, fishing, exercise classes and learning about wildlife. Information booths with info on healthy lifestyles, foods & public lands will also be part of the event.

Twangfest 17 Date: Wed, June 5-Sat, June 8 Time: See website for times Location: Various Venues in St. Louis Cost: See website Contact: twangfest.com for more info Music festival featuring alternative country, bluegrass and roots rock bands. Venues: Duck Room at Blueberry Hill and Schlafly Tap Room.

Chesterfield Jazz Festival Date: Sat, June 15 Time: 2pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: $50-$20 Contact: www.metrotix.com for tickets Performances by nationally renowned artists David Benoit, Paul Taylor & Bach to the Future, along with St. Louis Jazz All Stars and others.

Friends of the Librar y Book Fair Date: Sat, June 1-Sun, June 2 Time: Sat, 9am-7pm: Sun, 10am-3pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: youranswerplace.org or 636-441-2300 Over 250,000 books, records, sets & magazines are available for purchase. Great prices, huge selection and variety! 2013 St. Louis Renaissance Faire Date: Saturdays, Sundays: June 1-June 9 (See May Listing) Faust Olden Days of Summer 2013 Date: Wednesdays, June 5, 26, and July 17 Time: 10am-1pm Location: Faust Park, Chesterfield Cost: $10 in advance, $15 on event day per day Contact: stlouisco.com or 314-615-7373 Ages 2-12 will enjoy a variety of old-time activities and craft opportunities, tours, fun. Parents are free to attend with paid child. Picnic areas to enjoy. Fiesta in Florissant Date: Sat, June 2-Sun, June 23 Time: Sat, 10am-10pm; Sun, 11am-9pm Location: Knights of Columbus Park, Florissant Cost: Free Contact: hispanicfestivalstl.com or 314-837-6100 Latino Bands and Folkloric dancers, food and beverages. Folk arts and crafts, Los Ninos Kids Korner with piñatas, Dora the Explorer, petting zoo, rides and booths. Taste of Clayton Date: Sun, June 2 Time: Noon-9:30pm Location: Downtown Clayton Cost: Free Contact: tasteofclayton.com or 314-290-8544 Annual family event to showcase Clayton’s top restaurants. Interactive area for kids’ activities and food.

Diamond Rio per forms as par t of City Fest 20th Annual Whitaker Music Festival Date: Wednesdays, June 5-12-19-26 Time: 7:30pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: Free Contact: mobot.org or 314-577-5100 Concerts will be held outdoors on the lawn of the Cohen Amphitheater, just west of the Climatron® dome on the grounds of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. See website for musical schedule. Webster Groves Outdoor Ar t Fair Date: Fri, Jun 7-Sun, June 9 Time: Fri, 6-10: Sat, 11-10: Sun, Noon-5 Location: Corner of Lockwood & Bompart Cost: Free Contact: artandair.com or 314-968-6500 Fine Arts Fair, musicians, food, drink. Fun for adults and children.

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JoyFest at Six Flags Date: Sat, June 15 Time: 8pm Location: Six Flags St. Louis Cost: Park admission + event ticket Contact: sixflags.com/stLouis 636-928-5300 x 291 Hear the Christian sounds of Casting Crowns at this year’s Six Flags JoyFest. PrideFest St. Louis Date: Sat, June 29-Sun, June 30 Time: Daily: Parade at Noon on Sunday Location: Tower Grove Park Cost: Free Contact: www.pridestl.org or 314-772-8888 Annual celebration of gay, lesbian, and transgender culture. Parade with floats and contingents; twenty hours of live entertainment ranging from pop, disco, jazz, rock, country and rap.


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hesterfield’s landscape is saturated with wonderful parks and recreation spaces that add enjoyment to families throughout the area. The award-winning Chesterfield Parks and Recreation Department is active year-round to give its city a parks system to be proud of. Visit one of your parks this summer and take advantage of one of the many perks of living in the Chesterfield area!

Central Park 16365 Lydia Hill Drive Central Park, a 38-acre space that has the true feel of a warm, community park, is 38 acres of family activities. It is home to the Central Park Amphitheater, the Awakening Sculpture and the Family Aquatic Center, with its Leisure Pool, Competitive Pool, Lazy River, slides, Splash Playground and more. The Center is open every day; whether you want to dive in or sit out and tan, you can enjoy a day of fun here. The park has a playground with sliding, climbing and giggle-inducing features for both tiny tots and older kids. Bring your picnic and grab one of the tables, or just plop down on a bench inside the gazebo and enjoy the day. The pavilion is available for rental; consider having that summer family gettogether here.

Eberwein Park 1627-1657 Old Baxter Road Eberwein Park, an 18-acre parcel of land purchased by the City several years ago, is named after the Eberwein family who first settled in Chesterfield over 100 years ago. The history of the land and its meaning to Chesterfield are being preserved through the Parks Department’s attention

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W.F. Dierberg Meditation Park 13701 Olive Boulevard The W.F. Dierberg Meditation Park on Olive Boulevard is a 2-acre park with a relaxing vibe that will help you recharge after a hectic day. It features walking paths, open green space to enjoy, park benches, a butterfly garden and a wonderful fountain. Bring your harried thoughts with you and leave them behind as you stroll through this green space; the sound of the waterfall, the sight of butterflies amid colorful flowers, and the feel of grass beneath your feet will re-energize your brain.

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At Chesterfield Parks to detail and historic integrity. Eberwein is a quiet community park with a farmlike theme that will give your senses a glimpse of Chesterfield’s past. The restoration of the 100-year-old barn on the property has been completed recently, and will continue to stand in the park as a reminder of that history. A community garden project begun at Eberwein is a great success; additional plots will be available this year for gardeners to enjoy. In addition to a trail system, open play area and restrooms, Eberwein is home to a 2-acre dog park for residents and their canine family members. See Chesterfield’s Parks and Recreation website for Yappy Hour events.

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Chesterfield Athletic Complex 17925 North Outer 40 Road The Chesterfield Athletic Complex boast s a huge recreation area and is a wonderful asset to Chesterfield’s families. Its 176 acres of space features multiple attractions; 9 soccer fields, 5 football practice fields and 2 football game fields, 9 baseball practice fields and 18 baseball/softball fields along with 2 more multi-purpose fields. A special feature is the Catch 22 Miracle Field, the brainchild of Cardinal manager Mike Matheny. Concession buildings provide snacks for the masses and 3 parking lots provide ample space to unload gear and players. Two playgrounds give unstructured play options, and plenty of green space surrounds the area to provide a true town park experience.


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Chesterfield’s Tour de Parks Chesterfield Parks and Recreation Citizen Advisory Committee presents Chesterfield’s annual Tour de Parks on May 11th. Stop by any of these parks between noon and 2pm to enjoy a variety of terrific family-friendly activities. • DIERBERG MEDITATION PARK: Try Yoga and Tai Chi moves here, led by the West County YMCA. Montgomery Bank will be providing flowers that you can help plant in the park. Sam’s Club will be providing soft drinks, and the Monarch Fire Department will have an information booth. • CENTRAL PARK: Enjoy an old-fashioned ice cream social at Central Park, have your family’s portrait drawn by a caricature artist and get a cool balloon from the balloon artist. • EBERWEIN PARK: The Bubble Bus will be at Eberwein; run through some giant bubbles! Also, see the unveiling of a dog-themed artist chair and participate in a drop-in children’s craft event by Chesterfield Arts. Meet CHAMP their Mascot!

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Dive Into Summer Fun Area Outdoor Pools Open

around the corner no matter where you live. Sign your tadpoles up for lessons, drop your teens off (don’t embarrass them…just open the door, let them out and drive away) or park and give yourself a day to finish that library book while you soak in the rays. Lots of special activities are scheduled at the many pools in St. Charles and surrounding areas for all ages and abilities. The prices are right, the water is cool; what are you waiting for?! Here are your neighborhood swimming holes, with dates, times, prices and general information.

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ou’ve waited all winter, bundled up and shivering, for blue skies and warm sunshine. Your arms haven’t seen the light of day since fall, your toes are screaming for sandals and your kids are glued to the couch like lint. GOOD NEWS! Area outdoor pools are opening this month, and your summer can officially begin. It’s time to get your gear out: sun blocker, swimsuits, beach towels, sunglasses and that modest cover-up for we who’ve self-medicated all winter with carbohydrates and sugars. Grab the kids and get to the nearest St. Charles County pool or Aquatic Center…there is one right CHESTERFIELD FAMIILY AQUATIC CENTER 16365 Lydia Hill Drive 636-537-4000 • www.chesterfield.mo.us The Aquatic Center offers a Leisure Pool with the AquaPlay Unit, three slides, a Splash Playground, Competition Pool, two diving boards and a lazy river. There are changing areas, showers, lockers, concessions area, and plenty of deck space for sunning and relaxing. OPENING DATE: MAY 25 Times: Mon-Fri, Noon-8pm Sat, Sun, Holidays, 10am-8pm Special events, dates or weather may vary operating hours. Daily Fees: Resident Child/Senior: $3 Resident Adult: $4, Non-Resident Child/Senior: $6 Non-Resident Adult: $7, Children under 2: Free! Half-price admission after 5pm,Senior Rates for ages 60+ Programs Available: Swim lessons, Diving lessons, River Walk Aerobics, Crocs Swim Team, Pool Parties, More.

MANCHESTER AQUATIC CENTER 359 Old Meramec Station Road 636-391-6326 • www.manchestermo.gov The Manchester Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of activities at the Aquatic Center, including swimming lessons, exercise classes, swim meets, and special family events. The Manchester Aquatic Center is open through Labor Day weekend. Senior rates are for ages 60+. OPENING DATE: May 25 Times: Mon-Thurs, 12:05pm-7:30pm Fri, 12:05pm-8:30 pm • Sat, 11am-7:30 pm Sun, Noon-7:30 pm Daily Fees: Resident Child/Senior: $3, Resident Adult: $4 Non-resident Child: $5, Non-Resident Adult (16+): $6 Children under age 2: PRICELESS (and Free!) Evening Rates: (Monday-Friday after 5pm) Resident Child/Senior: $1 Resident Adult: $2, Non-Resident Child: $3, NonResident Adult: $5 Programs: Group Lessons, Private Lessons, Water Aerobics, Swim and Dive Teams, Pool Parties, Water Polo, more. 36

ELLISVILLE EDGE AQUATIC CENTER Bluebird Park: 225 Kiefer Creek Road 636-591-2398 www.ellisville.mo.us The Center includes an eight-lane competition/ lap pool, children's splash pool, two slides (one enclosed and one open), zero depth beach entry featuring the infinity edge waterfall, along with a bathhouse and concession stand. Senior Rates for ages 62+ OPENING DATE: MAY 25 Times: 11:30am-7:30pm daily: Special events, dates or weather may vary operating hours. Daily Fees: Resident Child/Senior: $3 Resident Adult: $4 , Non-Resident Child/Senior: $5 Non-Resident Adult: $6 (Includes Wildwood Residents) Ages 2 and under, Free! Programs Available: Swim lessons, Swim Team, Pool Parties, Dive Lessons, Water Aerobics, more.


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Special Events Chesterfield Aquatic Center

2nd Annual World’s Largest Swimming Lesson Date: Tuesday, June 18 Time: 10am Cost: FREE Help break a Guinness World Record as pools around the globe participate in a world-wide swim lesson. Learn to swim from Certified Swim Instructors and build awareness of the importance of teaching children how to prevent drowning. Chesterfield Aquatic Center

K-9 Splash Date: Tuesday, Sept 3 Time: 4:30pm-7pm Cost: $7 per dog, $3 per person In cooperation with the Dirk’s Fund, a Golden Retriever Rescue group, the Center invites you and your pooch (two dogs per family) to a special canine swim/play event. Must have vaccination record; no puppies under 5 months.

NORTH POINTE FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER 335 Holloway Road 636-227-2981 www.ballwin.mo.us Ballwin’s Aquatic Center features a competitive pool with diving boards, a Tree Swing and Aqua Climb rock-climbing wall. The Lazy River, with its waterfall and sprays, surrounds the complex. Also included: the Kiddie Pool, Leisure Pool, Splash Pad, Flume and Water Slide. Children under the age of 12 MUST be accompanied at all times by a paying responsible person age 15 or older. OPENING DATE: MAY 25 Senior Rates for ages 62+ Times: 11:30am-7:30pm daily Special events, dates or weather may vary operating hours. Daily Fees: Resident Child/Senior: $4 Resident Adult: $5 Non-Resident: $7 Ages under 3: Free! Programs Available: Swim Lessons, Diving lessons, Water Aerobics, River Walking, Pool Parties, Lifeguard Training, More.

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4th Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta Date: Saturday, July 27 Time: 5pm-9pm Build your human-powered boat from only corrugated cardboard and duct tape, decorate it, and hope it survives the race. Fun awards in a variety of categories, see website for rules and details. Manchester Aquatic Center

Luau at the Pool Date: Friday, June 21 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Cost: Free with pass or evening rates LIFEGUARDS UNLIMITED sponsors this annual Hawaiian-themed bash at the Aquatic Center. Contests, games, movie and more. Ellisville Edge Aquatic Center

Edge Family Fun Night Date: Friday, Jun 28 Time: 8pm-10pm Cost: $3 per person Swim under the stars at the Edge and see how the Aquatic Center in lights. Music by Babaloo, food and drink for purchase. Ages 11 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

LEARN TO SWIM In addition to the swimming lessons available at the outdoor centers, be sure to check out your lesson options at one of these venues:

JCC St. Louis Staenberg Family Complex: 314-442-3296 2 Millstone Campus Drive, Creve Coeur Marilyn Fox Building: 314-442-3428 16801 Baxter Road, Chesterfield www.jccstl.com The Staenberg Family Complex Pool in Creve Coeur and the Marilyn Fox Building pools offer swimming lessons to every age and ability. Whether entering the water for the first time or continuing to develop skills, JCC’s Swim Academy can improve and educate you and your child on the finer points of swimming. Lessons are designed so swimmers progress from level to level as they accomplish skills. Swim Academy has been revised to comply with the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim Program. Classes are divided into three categories: Parent and Child Aquatics, Pre-School Age Aquatics, and 6 levels of Swim Academy Programs. Call or see their webpage for ages and information. West County Family YMCA 16464 Burkhardt Place, Chesterfield www.ymcastlouis.org 636-532-6515 x246 The YMCA Aquatics programs are designed to teach personal water safety, stroke development, water sports & games, rescue and personal growth skills to children. Programs are divided by age and by skill levels. Instruction is provided for non-swimming adults with an emphasis on basic swim skills and personal safety skills.


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Grocery Store • Cafe • Deli / Lunch & Dinner

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On the following pages,

For Quality & Value... If it’s Italian, it’s Viviano’s!

we feature all the best Chesterfield has to offer-

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restaurant news, wine

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

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Upscale Dining featuring Global Cuisine

OUT&ABOUT The BEST of Chesterfield

Mikki Jones, Owner

Voted Best New Restaurant in St. Louis!

Global Cuisine at It’s Best!

People’s Choice Ballot

Come and Enjoy the New Spring/Summer Menu

American_______________________________________ Steaks_________________________________________

- Patio is Open -

Fine Dining _____________________________________

- Enjoy Our New Fresh Cocktails/Wines -

Eclectic/Upscale Bistro ____________________________

It’s Summertime at Bistro 1130

Sports Bar, Bar & Grill or Pub ______________________ Mexican________________________________________

Doors open 4:30 pm, Tues-Fri Sat Open at 1:30 pm - close Sun Dinner 4:30 - 8 pm Happy Hour 4:30 to 7 pm Tues-Fri

Italian _________________________________________

Dine Waterside on Our Beautiful Patio!

www.bistro1130.com

Barbeque ______________________________________ Counter Service/Cafes ____________________________

636-394-1130

Seafood _______________________________________

1130 Town & Country Crossing Drive

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(Corner of Clayton & Woods Mill)

Asian__________________________________________ Breakfast_______________________________________ Deli ___________________________________________ Hamburger _____________________________________

Announcing the 4th Annual Best of Chesterfield

Outdoor Patio ___________________________________

People’s Choice

Best Ethnic Food ________________________________

AWARDS

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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.

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• Fill out, then send or fax the form • 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 5/30 • Every entry qualifies for the drawing

Sunday Brunch __________________________________ Ice Cream _____________________________________ Best New Restaurant

(2012 or 2013) _______________________________

Best All-Time Favorite ____________________________

Name _________________________________________ Phone _________________________________________ E-Mail _________________________________________ 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

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

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In Good Taste

Tasty Tidbits from Eateries in and Around Chesterfield Gianfabio’s Almond Encrusted Mahi Mahi

Party Themes from Lukas Liquor Superstore

127 Hilltown Village Ctr • 636-532-6686 • www.gianfabio.com

15920 Manchester Rd • 636-227-4543 • www.lukasliquorstl.com Spring is upon us and it's time to party. Party themes are a great way to get your guests in the party groove. Some themes can play a major role in getting your guests to mingle. People, at times, seem to break off in mini groups at party's. A classic is boys with boys in a room and girls in another. Here are some "theme" ideas to get you started. Food and Wine Pairings: Set up different stations throughout your house. Each station has a perfectly matched wine and food pairing. It is rewarding to see a person experience a perfect food and wine match for the first time. Smoked salmon, cream cheese and a good Pinot Noir, crab dip with an Albarino and bacon wrapped figs with a Barbera are just a few examples of pairings. Don't forget chocolate and Imperial Stout. Mixology Party: Set up all ingredients to mix any number of drinks. Each guest or couple goes to their station with their items in front of them. These drinks can be simple or complicated so there is a challenge to your guests. Pisco sours, Chocolate martinis or a Caipirinha made with Cachaca are some fun drinks to start with. Brown Bag Party: Red wine is good in fall and winter. White wine is good in spring and summer. The hostess or guests bring their best choice under a designated dollar amount. All wines are voted on throughout the night. Guests also give their best guess as to the price of the wine. This is always interesting. Brown bag party's can come with a lot of imagination. All Chardonnay, all bubbly or all Cabernet brown bag parties are always fun. Make sure you strongly encourage your guests to drink plenty of water throughout the night. REMEMBER: No matter how organized your theme party is, it won't last. About two hours into your party it will appear that things are out of control. Don't worry. Out of control simply means everyone is having a great time. In the end, isn't this what you want? Enjoy your summer. By Gary Bilder....owner, Lukas Liquor Superstore

incorporate add 1 tsp of honey, juice of 1/4 lime and enough fish stock or water to make sauce. • Stir Constantly. Sauce will thicken as it cooks. • Place fish in center of plate. Stream sauce around edges. • Serve with fresh asparagus or a mixed vegetable medley.

Enjoy This Cool Summer Drink From Oceano Bistro 16125 Chesterfield Parkway West • 636-536-9404 • www.oceanobistro.com Here’s a favorite summer drink that Oceano Bistro shared with us. Try it for yourself at home. Oceano Iced Mint Tea • 1 1/2 oz Belvedere Lemon Tea Vodka • Ice Tea (Choose your favorite unflavored variety) • Muddled Lemon & Mint • Mix together, pour on ice and enjoy! What could be easier and tastier! • Enjoy on your patio with some friends or stop on by Oceano and have them make one for you.

The family that kicks together... sticks together!

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WINNER Best of Chesterfield 2012

Take the challenge together!

Sun & Mon: 11 am - 3 pm

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Tues-Sat: 11 am - 8 pm

Main School Grand Master: Bruce (BYUNG) RHO

Enjoy a Unique Atmosphere the Whole Family Will Love!

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137 Chesterfield Towne Centre

(Headquarters between Macys and Old Navy on the first floor)

(Corner of Edison Ave & Long Rd)

636-519-5252 / 314-680-1690 www.ysrho.org

636-537-8799 www.surfdogsgrill.com

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FOR EACH FILLET... • Roll in flour • Dip in egg wash (egg beaten with 2 tbs water) • Roll in almond/bread crumbs (to make these put 1/2 cup almonds in food processor or blender. Add 2-3 tbs of bread crumbs, season to taste and blend till consistency of bread crumbs) • Heat several tbs of olive oil in skillet, add fish and sear on one side till about half done and nice and golden (4-6 minutes per inch of thickness). Flip to cook other side. Watch closely- browns quickly. • Reduce heat and splash with small amount of white wine. As flavors

Home of the Original Key Lime Pie Bar!


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Now Open in Chesterfield!

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The difference between dinner and a dining experience. It’s all about the Stoney River difference. We’ve created a unique atmosphere where you can relax and have a great time — every time! Perfectly grilled steaks, market-fresh seafood and exciting new wines to complement them.

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Voted #1 Sports Bar in Chesterfield • 2010, 2011, 2012

In Chesterfield Since 1987

Follow us on Facebook!

Locally Owned and Operated...

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WINNER Best of Chesterfield 2012

Join Us For Lunch or Dinner • Fresh Fish • Veal • Chicken • Pasta • Steaks • Lamb • Pizza • Calzone • Dessert • Gourmet Coffee

Come Celebrate March Madness & St. Pat’s Day!

Lunch Hours: Mon-Fri, 11 am to 2 pm Dinner: Mon-Thurs, 5-9:30 pm. Fri & Sat, 5-10:30 pm

A Chesterfield “Original”

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• Great Happy Hour and Game Day Specials • Kids Free on Tues • Kitchen Open Late

Locally owned & operated Ask about our Frequent Diners Program

Apps • Salads • Burgers • Pizza • Pasta • Chicken For menu items, specials & events visit our website!

636.532.6686

1684 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

127 Hilltown Village Center

(636) 530-9665

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

kriegerschesterfield.com

Visit our website: www.gianfabio.com

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Awarded 1st Place for “Best Ethnic Restaurant” and...

2012

2nd Place for “Best New Restaurant” in the People’s Choice Awards sponsored by Chesterfield’s Out & About Magazine

By Pat Catanzaro, Publisher

TASTINGS

Wine Dinners, News, Tastings, Classes: WINE DINNERS Balvenie/ Glenfiddich Scotch Class Date: Wednesday May 22nd Time: 7 pm Price: $40 per person ($15 applied to purchase of retail bottles) Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Two of the greatest products Scotland’s Speyside region has to offer. St. Louis’s local representative for the products will walk customers through the rich tradition of Scotch Whiskey with both the Balvenie and Glendiffich brands. Appetizers will be provided. Argyle Wine Dinner Date: Thursday May 30th Time: 7 pm Price: $60 per person Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Wine Spectator named Argyle, “Oregon’s Premier Winery” in 2000. Situated in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Argyle produces world-class Sparkling wine, barrel fermented Chardonnay and a silky textured Pinot Noir. Reservations required for the 5 course dinner with wine pairing. Trefethen Wine Dinner Date: Sunday June 23rd Time: 7 pm Price: $85 per person Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Trefethen’s motto: One Family. One Estate. One Passion. That passion is creating some of the best wine Napa has to offer. Reservations required for the 5 course dinner with wine pairing.

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Lukas Liquor 15921 Manchester Road 636-227-4543/lukasliquorstl.com Free wine tasting every Sat1-4pm Morgan LeFay’s 14314 S. Outer 40 Rd. 314-317-9181/MorganLeFays.com Wine tasting-1st Thursday of every month, 6:30-8:30, $15 includes appetizers. St. Louis Wine Market 164 Chesterfield Commons East Rd. 636-536-6363/stlwinemarket.com Wine tastings every Fri and “Bury the Bottle” every Tue 5-7 pm.

703 Long Road Crossing Drive (Just West of the Walgreens on Chesterfield Airport Rd.)

TheMedGrillSTL.com • Tues-Sat 11am-9pm

636-536-2101

Not Just Pizza

New Pizza Experience

NEWS

• Appetizers • Salads • Soups • Sandwiches • Pizza (Whole or Slice) • Desserts • Limited Delivery Lunch Specials 11 am-2 pm Starting at $5.95 Dine-In or Carryout

636-536-1004

Introducing Balaban’s Sunday Brunch Buffet Date: Every Sunday, Beginning Mother’s Day May 12th Time: 10 am – 2 pm Price: $24 per Adult, $10 under 12 yrs Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Starting with our Mother's Day Brunch, Balaban's will be open every Sunday for Brunch. Balaban’s Sunday Brunch, prepared by our award winning chefs features a delicious hot buffet, food stations and specialty drinks.

17712 Chesterfield Airport Road (1/4 mile West of Long Road)

www.NotJustPizza-Stl.com

SUNDAY BREAKFAST

Oceano Bistro Patio Now Open 16125 Chesterfield Pkwy. West 636-536-9404/oceanobistro.com Patio is now open for dining. Voted the most beautiful patio in town, this is the perfect place to celebrate spring and summer dining alfresco. Complete with waterfall, a covered area and beautiful lighting.

9 am 2 pm Bob Candice

Celebrating A30 TasteYears! of the Hill!

Annual West County Restaurant Week June 3-9 $25 pre-fixed menus at many West County and Chesterfield restaurants. www.westcountyrestaurantweek.net for participating restaurants and menus.

Make s vation Reser her’s t o for M runch Day B ! O N W

Fine Italian Cuisine in a Great West County Location Catering & Banquets! Live Music: Thurs, Fri & Sat nights

Vote for Your Favorite Restaurants in our ‘Best of Chesterfield’ contest. See page 41 for ballot.

• Appetizers • Soups • Salads • Pizza • Pasta • Wraps • Steak Entrees • Dine In / Carryout

To include your wine dinners or tastings, email outandabout@ gatewaycreative.net

100 Holloway Road in Ballwin (near Target)

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RESTAURANT FEATURE

SCARECROW 1095 Chesterfield Parkway (at Hwy. 40 and Chesterfield Parkway) 636-536-9440 • www.scarecrowstl.com By Pat Catanzaro, Publisher

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carecrow is one of Chesterfield’s newest restaurants and it has already created quite a buzz in the area. The restaurant is locally owned and operated by Chris Mertz and Shawn L-R. Scarecrow Owners, Chris Mulholland who have transformed Mertz and Shawn the previous Press Box Bar & Grill Mulholland. into an upscale, yet casual restaurant. They have created a nice ambience with dark, warm colors, more booths and high top tables, and the bar is now separated from the dining room with rich wood shutters which are open throughout the daytime hours for a nice friendly feeling, and closed at night creating an atmosphere that is quiet in the restaurant and fun in the bar ... just like it should be. They have also built a small wine room featuring international wines- 45 or so bottles, and they offer a rotating choice of wines by the glass. In addition to a nice selection of wine, Scarecrow also features top shelf single-malt scotches, bourbons and single-barrel and Irish whiskey. It is rare to find a bar in the area with such an extensive selection. They host special ‘liquor tastings’ every so often. The patio is large and inviting, adorned with colorful umbrellas and comfortable furniture. A separate dining area is adjacent to the patio which can be used for private parties of 35-40 people. Scarecrow has a diverse menu featuring creative American cuisine. Foods are made from scratch in-house, and the chef adds a spin on everyday food. There's a broad selection of appetizers, soups, lots of burger and sandwich choices, salads, wraps, vegetarian options, flatbreads, pizza and some amazing entrees. Appetizers include bacon wrapped, Irish ale-battered pickles with horseradish sauce, scotch eggs served with a Guinness or spicy creole sauce, rustic flatbreads including one topped with delicious short ribs, caramelized onions and fontina cheese, and a Thai chicken one as well. The pizza is St. Louis style and is very tasty. Salads include a unique grilled strip loin wedge- a sliced 6 oz strip on iceberg lettuce topped with crumbled blue cheese, egg, red onion with blue cheese dressing. Some sandwich options are an Irish club, shrimp po-boy and a classic French dip to name a few. Of course, the juicy burgers are always a favorite. They offer a bison burger choice as well The menu offers some outstanding dinner entrées.Try the Guinness pie- guinness braised beef, vegetables, hearty gravy and puff pastry cooked and served in an iron bowl. It is savory with tender fall-apart beef and an almost croissant like topping. Or the roasted Amish chicken with smoked bacon, Irish cheddar polenta and jalapeno corn succotash is also a house favorite. A New York strip steak, angel hair pasta with seafood, risotto, salmon and whitefish round out the menu. Happy Hour happens every Mon to Fri from 3-6 p.m. There are $5.50 apps on the menu as well as $4 house wines and well drinks, and $2 draft pints. Scarecrow is open for both lunch and dinner daily Hours are 11 a.m. to midnight Mon through Thurs, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Fri and Sat and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sun. Go there soon. You will become a regular if you try it once!

WINNER Best of Chesterfield 2012

Steaks, Chicken Seafood, Pasta A unique collection of antique fishing memorabilia Located at 141 & Clayton 165 Lamp & Lantern Village

636-207-0501 Visit other location as well...

Open Daily for Lunch and Dinner Happy Hour Specials Mon - Fri 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. CarryOut • Kid’s Menu

631 Big Bend Rd Manchester • 636-207-1689

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IN CHESTERFIELD f you are Out & About at any of the places, events, advertised stores, services or restaurants in this issue of the magazine, post them on our wall on Facebook and let us know just WHERE ARE YOU? in Chesterfield. You may also email them to us. Our staff will select a few to be published in our next issue- Jul/Aug. We will also be out & about snapping some of our own-so Smile! Post by June 15 to be considered for publication.

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