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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

SEPT-OCT, 2013

It’s Party Time! 12th Annual Party & Wedding Planning Guide

Halloween Festivities Resale Shops, Savings

Making Memories Balaban’s Food,Wine, Party Rooms PAGE 27

Wineries: Special Events Arts & Crafts Fairs SEALMAXX/REDNOSE LIGHTING SEE BACK COVER


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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 Find comfort in

MARI

DE VILLA

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

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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GO SAINTS! Maryville University invites you and your family to attend a Saints soccer match this season on campus. See you at the games!

2013 Men’s Soccer Schedule

2013 Women’s Soccer Schedule

Date

Opponent

Time

Date

Opponent

Time

Sun., 9/15 Fri., 9/20 Sun., 9/22 Fri., 10/4 Sun., 10/6 Fri., 10/18 Sun., 10/20 Wed., 10/30

Quincy Indianapolis Saint Joseph’s Missouri S&T Drury Southern Indiana Illinois-Springfield Missouri-St. Louis

2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

Sun., 9/15 Fri., 9/20 Sun., 9/22 Fri., 10/4 Sun., 10/6 Fri., 10/18 Sun., 10/20 Wed., 10/30

Quincy Indianapolis Saint Joseph’s Missouri S&T Drury Southern Indiana Illinois-Springfield Missouri-St. Louis

Noon 5:00 p.m. Noon 4:00 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. Noon 3:00 p.m. For more information Marcus Manning Director of Athletics 314.529.9313 | mmanning@maryville.edu Like us on Facebook “Maryville Saints”

Follow us on Twitter “@MaryvilleSaints”

Schedule details available at maryvillesaints.com

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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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Contents 6 8 10 18 22 Balaban’s

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Hot Picks New Businesses in Town September Events: What’s happening. October Events: What’s happening. Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run Put on your running gear and join the fun! 12th Annual Party & Wedding Planning Guide A special section to make your party and wedding planning just a little bit easier. Front Cover Feature: Balaban’s Weddings at the Wineries The area wineries offer an ideal setting for your wedding. Here’s a look at a few of them and what they have to offer. Shop Resale! Some great places to find some great bargains! Fall Festivals & Celebrations Things to do and places to go this fall. Back Cover Feature: Rednose Lighting and SealMaxx. Halloween Traditions Check out these fun fall activities. Haunted houses, hayrides, pumpkin patches, etc. A Taste of Chesterfield: Area restaurants. In Good Taste Chef’s recipes, wine tips and more. The Dining Scene Special events and what’s happening at area eateries. Restaurant Spotlight: Krieger’s 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 or check website for more information on specific events.

Butterfly House Party

Forest Hills

Check out our 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. Find Us and “Friend” us on Facebook! Search “Out & About” to get the latest on events, contests, giveaways, promotions and more to come!

Sept-Oct, 2013

On the Cover

Balaban’s 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 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

Join Our Mobile VIP Club! Text “OUT” to 72727 and become eligible to win $25 gift certificates to local restaurants, theater tickets & more! *Msg & Data Rates may apply. Reply Stop 2QUIT. Help ZUZU 4HELP.


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HOT picks Happy Halloween

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run Date: Sat, 10/19 • Time: Registration 6:30 am, Race 8 am Location: Chesterfield Towne Centre • Cost: Contact Contact: 636-532-3399 or www.chesterfieldmochamber.com 5K/10K and Children’s Fun Run. Costumes encouraged. See websites for details.

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Faust Heritage Festival Date: Sat, 9/21 & Sun, 9/22 • Time: 10 am-5 pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $5 adult, $2 children, 4-12, Free 3 and under Contact: 314-615-8328 or stlouisco.com/parks/faust Demonstrations of blacksmithing, pottery firing, woodworking and other crafts. A day of fun for the whole family.


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New Business

Taubman Prestige Outlets 17017 N. Outer 40 Rd., Chesterfield

Supplied by Taubman Prestige Outlets

Spade, Ann Taylor, Armani, BCBG, DKNY. For a complete listing of shops, hours and more....www.premiumoutlets.com/stlouis 314-399-8163 Sterling Bank 16100 Swingley Ridge Rd., Chesterfield www.sterbank.com

Taubman Prestige Outlets Chesterfield, a new and exciting fashion outlet center, opened on August 2. More than10,000 shoppers came through the entrance during the morning hours alone! Located off Hwy 40 and the Boones Crossing intersection. Stores include Ralph Lauren Polo, Restoration Hardware, Brooks Brothers, Banana Republic, Abercrombie & Fitch, J. Crew, Lucky Brand. For a complete listing of shops, hours and more......www.TaubmanPrestigeOutlets.com 636-536-3014

ANNOUNCEMENTS... Veritas Gateway to Food & Wine Re-Opens in New Location

Supplied by St. Louis Premium Outlets

Sterling Bank is now open at Hwy 40 and Clarkson Road.The bank has quickly captured the attention of West County residents and businesspeople with its distinctive fountains, lobby featuring a 1960 Metropolitan Nash and custom sofa crafted from more then 9,000 nickels.Widely known as a high performance bank, Sterling offers a diverse range of lending, investment and financial planning services. Sterling Bank is also known for its outstanding community involvement, including a popular Business After Hours and Concert series. Sterling invites you to its next business networking event, featuring Arvelle & Company on Thursday, Sept. 19, 5:30-8pm at the new Chesterfield location. Sterling Bank also has a Clayton location at 50 S. Bemiston.

St. Louis Premium Outlets opened August 22 with large crowds and excitement. Shoppers arrived as early as 2 am waiting for the doors to open at 9.The center has a village-style setting with a contemporary, sophisticated design. Located on the south side of Hwy 40 east of the Daniel Boone Bridge.The 90 stores include Coach, Michael Kors,Vera Bradley, Nike, Saks off 5th, Kate

Jet’s Pizza 1635 Clarkson Rd. • www.jetspizza.com New pizza place in town serving deep dish pizza with dough made fresh daily. Jet’s features pizza, side kicks (wings and breads), salads, subs and drinks.The restaurant franchise is owned locally by investors. Open seven days a week.

St. Louis Premium Outlets 18521 Outlet Boulevard, Chesterfield, MO

Crafty Chameleon 1384 Clarkson Clayton Center, Ellisville 636-220-9144 www.CraftyChameleonBar.com A craft beer and wine bar now open in Ellisville. Featuring 40 rotating taps, hundreds of bottles, and carefully selected wines. Happy hour Mon-Fri 4-7 and nightly specials after 8 pm. No food is served, but order out or bring your own.

Carol Bowman Academy of Dance

15860 Fountain Plaza, Ellisville 636-227-6800 www.veritasgateway.com

An all new Veritas just reopened in Ellisville. Enjoy a gourmet dinner in the fullservice restaurant/Wine Bar on Thu, Fri and Sat evenings, and lunch, dinner and cocktails Tue-Sat in the new Mustard Bar. Closed Sun and Mon.The food is better than ever. Lots of exciting new things happening here. Check it out soon! Vito’s in the Valley Coming Soon 138 Chesterfield Towne Centre www.vitosstl.com Vito’s In the Valley- a Sicilian Ristorante & Pizzeria will open this fall off Long Road in Chesterfield Valley. Vito’s downtown location has been serving up some of the best pizzas and pastas in town for many years.We are excited about it opening another location in our neighborhood!

New Businesses... If you’d like to be profiled in this section, send info and photo to: outandabout@ gatewaycreative.net

Intro Course 2 for 1 Only $49!

www.carolbdance.com

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Not valid with other offers.

Tap Ballet Jazz Pointe Modern Hip Hop Tumbling

Main School Grand Master: Bruce (BYUNG) RHO 47 Unit G Chesterfield Mall / Chesterfield, MO 63017 (Headquarters between Macys and Old Navy on the first floor)

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

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The family that kicks together... sticks together! Take the challenge together!


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Chesterfield’s Favorite Night Out

Now Open! Sign up for the latest news @ PinotsPalette.com/Chesterfield Pinot’s Palette - Chesterfield 1641 Clarkson Road Chesterfield@PinotsPalette.com


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SEPT 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 Oct 15 for a $50 dining certificate. Send to: Out & About Contest,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, Rosalie Whitfield of Chesterfield. The logo was hidden in the Gianfabio’s ad on page 44.

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. 36th Annual Labor Day Run & 7th Annual Kids’ Triathlon

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

Date: Mon, Sept 2 Time: 7:30am run, 9:30am triathlon Location: Staenberg Family Complex Cost: $45-$25 Contact: 314-442-3279 or www.jccstl.com Challenge yourself to a 5K or 10K run at this annual Labor Day event. Kids’ triathlon; run, bike and swim.

K-9 Splash Date:Tues, Sept 3 Time: 4:30pm-7pm Location: Chesterfield Family Aquatic Ctr. Cost: dog, $7: person, $3: kids under 2, free Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Two dogs per family (no puppies under 4 months) Recent record of vaccination required.

Week of Sept 1-7 Spoonful of Honey Gourmet Honey Tasting Date: Sun, Sept 1 Time: Noon-2pm Location:Whole Foods Market,Town and Country Cost: Free Contact: 314-422-3454 or www.jccstl.org Sample s honey, kids’ coloring activity and register to win a basket of valuable items from Whole Foods and Jewish Community Center.

Artists & Apples Series

Kaleidoscope Program for Art

Top: Great Forest Park Balloon Race Center: Attend a Fall concert in the park Bottom: K9 Splash

11th Annual Complete AB & Repair Golf Scramble Date: Fri, Sept 6 Time: 7:30am-6pm Location: Golf Club of Florissant Cost:Varies by event Contact: www.completeab.com To benefit Backstoppers of St. Louis & Responder Rescue.

Arianna String Quartet: Out of Africa

Pooch Plunge

20th Annual St. Louis Art Fair

Date:Thurs, Sept 5th and Sat, Sept 7 Time:Thurs, 5pm-8pm: Sat, 9am-Noon Location: Edge Aquatic Center, Ellisville Cost: $7 four legs, $3 two legs Contact: 636-227-9660 or www.ellisville.mo.us Dogs and their owners will have the opportunity to plunge, play, socialize and have fun at the EDGE. Call or website for details, restrictions, etc.

Japanese Festival

Plein Air Missouri Art Exhibition Date: Fri, Sept 6-Fri, Oct 25 Time: Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm Location:The Gallery at Chesterfield Arts Cost: Contact Contact: 636-519-1955 or www.chesterfieldarts.org Free opening reception and wine tasting hosted by Noboleis Vineyards on September 6, 2013 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at The Gallery.

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Date: Fri, Sept 6 Time: 7pm Location: Montelle Winery Cost: $31.99-$25.99 Contact: 888-595-WINE x22 or www.montelle.com The feel of a gourmet restaurant with crisp linens, china, and service. Relax, and enjoy the sunset while your dinner is served. Also, 7th, 13th, 14th, 27th, 28th.

Date:Wed, Sept 4 Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm Location: St. Louis Community College, Wildwood Cost: Free Contact: www.stlcc.edu/ww Free lunchtime series featuring artists who speak about their work and careers. Light refreshments served. No registration required.

Date: Sept 10-Dec 31 Time:Varies by date and class Location: Chesterfield Arts Cost:Varies by class Contact: www,chesterfieldarts.org Six- week classes designed for high-functioning Autism and Down Syndrome children with one-on-one attention and instruction in a variety of artistic classes. See website for dtaes/times/classes.

Date: Sun, Sept 1 & Mon, Sept 2 Time: Sun, 10am-8pm: Mon, 10am-5pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: $15-$5 Contact: www.mobot.org Annual festival with Japanese cultural entertainment and more.

Sunset Dinners at Montelle

Date: Fri, Sept 6 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $25 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org The Quartet kicks off the season with works performed on its recent South Africa tour.

Date: Fri, Sept 6-Sun, Sept 8 Time: Fri, 5-10:Sat, 11-10: Sun, 11-5 Location: Downtown Clayton Cost: Free to visit Contact: 314-863-0278 www.culturalfestivals.com Artists from around the nation exhibit their work. Entertainment, children’s activities, treats and more.

Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival Date: Fri, Sept 6-Sun, Sept 8 Time: Fri & Sat, 10 am-10 pm: Sun, 11 am-8 pm Location: Kiener Plaza, St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: 314-837-6100 Parade on 7th, dancers, arts and crafts, bands, Kids’ Corner, foods and fun.


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My Fair Lady Date: Fri, Sept 6-Sun, Oct 6 Time:Varies by Date Location: Robert G. Reim Theatre, Kirkwood Center Cost: 314-821-2407 or www.stagesstlouis.org One of the great literary classics in the musical theatre tradition radiates a charm and sophistication you must see.

Country Night at the Plaza

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Wheels in Motion Classic Car Show Date: Sun, Sept 8 Time: 9am-4pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free to visit, $20 per car to show Contact: 314-878-0534 www.westportstl.com Proceeds benefit The National Children's Cancer Society. Event, food and entertainment hosted by St. Louis area car clubs.

Date: Sat, Sept 7 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: 314-317-6403 or www.westportstl.com Night of country fun with live music by Rough Ryders, dancing and drink specials from Westport Plaza restaurants!

Iron Maiden

Hope for Young Adults with Cancer Trivia Night

Date: Sat, Sept 9 Time: 9am-2:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $15 Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com Topics include: handling the unexpected, stranger danger, simple first aid, dealing with loneliness and boredom, storm safety, trust and honesty.

Date: Sat, Sept 7 Time: 6pm Location: Maryland Heights Community Center Cost: $30 person, $240 table of 8: $340 VIP experience Contact: www.hopetrivianight.eventbrite.com Brand-name beers and liquors, attendance prizes, raffles, trivia, DJ between rounds, auction, more.To benefit www.hope4yawc.org.

Chesterfield Concert Series: Silver Bullet Band STL Date: Sat, Sept 7 Time: 8pm-10pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: Free Contact: 636-537-4400 www.chesterfieldamphitheater.com Some of the area’s best musicians pay tribute to Bob Seger. Don’t miss this concert. Sept. 21: Joe Dirt.

Breastfeeding Class Date: Sat, Sept 7 Time: 9am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: 314-205-6906 stlukes-stl.com Class provides information, encouragement and support for a successful breastfeeding experience. Also Tues, Sept 1, 6:30-9 pm.

Flicks on the Fairway Date: Sat, Sept 7 Time: 7:30pm Location: Creve Coeur Golf Course Cost: Free Contact: www.creve-coeur.org See “The Game Plan� with your friends and family. Food available for purchase; bring seating.

Week of Sept 8-14 Art in the Heart Date: Sun, Sept 8 Time: 1pm-5pm Location: Millennium Park, Creve Coeur Cost: Free Contact: 314-872-2570 www.creve-coeur.org See art by the faculty of local schools, stay for music at 4pm and visit food trucks.

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Date: Sun, Sept 8 Time: 7:30pm Location:Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Cost: $115.90-$68.10 Contact: www.ticketmaster.com See Iron Maiden and Megadeath in concert.

Home Alone (ages 9-11)

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily; closed Mondays. Open late from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays in October. Included with Buttery House admission.

Sitter Skills (ages 11+) Date: Sat, Sept 9 Time: Noon-3pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $20 Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com The class will cover: basic information needed before you start baby-sitting, safety information, first aid and child development.

In Faust Park 15193 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 530-0076 www.butterflyhouse.org a division of the

Bone Builders Osteoporosis Class Date:Tues, Sept 10 Time: 1pm-2:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Free Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com A pharmacist, a physical therapist and a dietitian teach this osteoporosis education session.

50+ Trivia Time Date:Tues, Sept 10 Time: 2pm-4pm Location: Daniel Boone Branch Library Cost: Free: please register Contact: 314-993-3300 or www.slcl.org Tables of four; make up your own table or we will match you with others. Prizes for winners!

Movie Night @ Sachs: “42� Date:Wed, Sept 11 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: Sachs Branch Library, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: 314-994-3300 or www.slcl.org See “42�-the Jackie Robinson story DVD at Sachs. Popcorn!

36th Annual St. Louis Charity Horse Show Date:Wed, Sept 11- Sun, Sept 15 Time: Daily: contact for info Location: National Equestrian Center Lake St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: 636-561-8080 or www.nationalequestriancenter.com Premier horse shows in the nation that focuses on supporting Stray Rescue of St. Louis and Therapeutic Horsemanship. Many events. continued on next page

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Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Coffee

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Play & Ride at the St. Louis Carousel Date:Wednesdays, Sept 11-Nov 13 Time: 10am-Noon Location: Faust Park Cost: $6 per child, ages 5 and under Contact: 314-615-8383 www.stlouisco.com/parks/carousel Unlimited carousel rides with activities in the playroom. Parents/guardians must accompany.

Chocolate and Wine Tasting Date:Wed, Sept 11 Time: 7pm Location: Balaban’s, Clarkson Road Cost: $30 person +tax Contact; 636-449-6700 or balabanswine.com Kim Bradley with Chesterfield’s Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company will join Balaban’s Café for an evening of select wines and chocolate.

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Suson Farm Friday Date: Fri, Sept 13 Time: 10am-1pm Location: Suson Park Cost: $10-$8 Contact: 314-615-8822 to register Ages 3-10 (with adult) go on a barn tour, take a hayride around the park, get face painted, ride a pony, go fishing and try candle dipping!

Dierberg’s Health Information and Screening Date: Fri, Sept 13 Time: 11am-1pm Location: Dierbergs Des Peres Cost: Free Contact: www.stlukes-stl.com This month: Free non-fasting total cholesterol/HDL/Glucose screening by appointment.

The Best of Broadway Date: Fri, Sept 13-Sun, Sept 15 Time: Fri and Sat, 8pm: Sun, 2pm Location: Dramatic License Theater, Chesterfield Mall Cost: $25-$22 Contact: 636-220-7012 www.dramaticlicenseproductions.org Show will include Broadway’s best songs chosen by YOU and performed by the area’s finest vocalists and musicians. Beverages and dessert included.

Beers, Birdies & Barbeque Date: Fri, Sept 13 Time: 11am-3pm Location: Creve Coeur Golf Course Cost: $30 per player Contact: 314-432-1806 www.creve-coeur.org 9 holes of golf with cart, beer samples and a barbecue lunch before, during or after your round.

Fast Track Childbirth

Date:Thurs, Sept 12 Time: 1pm-3pm Location: Desloge Outpatient Center Cost: Free Contact: 314-205-6074 or stlukes-stl.com Free, non-invasive screenings for PAD. Also, Sept 19th and Sept 26th.

Date: Sat, Sept 14 Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $90 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 www.stlukes-stl.com This class is designed for expectant parents who are unable to attend the regular fourweek session. Another date: Sept 28.

FEAST in the Park

Infant Care Class

Date:Thurs, Sept 12 Time: 5pm-8pm Location: Faust Park Cost: Free entry Contact: 314-615-8328 www.stlouisco.com/parks/faust Food Truck party featuring food and LIVE music. Fourteen unique operators offer a signature specialty menu. Cosmic Cowboys perform. No Coolers.

14340 South Outer Forty Rd. Town and Country, MO 63017

Date:Thurs, Sept 12 Time: 7:30am-9am Location: St. Luke’s Desloge Outpatient Center Cost: Free for members, $15 for non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Join your colleagues and friends for light breakfast, coffee, juice, and networking. Please register.

Date: Sat, Sept 14 Time: 9am-1pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40 per couple Contact: 314-205-6906 www.stlukes-stl.com Topics include bathing and dressing, newborn characteristics, common illnesses in infancy, infant CPR, car and home safety. Another date: 9/28.


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Bigger Siblings (ages 6-10) Date: Sat, Sept 14 Time: 9:30am-11am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Games, stories and videos help children learn how to hold a baby, what it means to share and how to keep baby safe.T-shirt and certificate, and take a tour.

STL Men’s Expo Date: Sat, Sept 14 & Sun, Sept 15 Time: Sat, 10am-8pm: Sun, 10am-4pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: 636-669-3000 www.stcharlesconventioncenter.com Exhibit for all things men, while including many things the whole family can enjoy. Featured will be new cars, trucks, RV’s, campers, outdoor products and more.

An Evening with Martin Short Date: Sat, Sept 14 Time: 8pm Location: Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $68.50-$48.50 Contact: 636-949-4433 www.lindenwoodcenter.com See Martin Short perform at the Bezemes Family Theater Main Stage.

Michael Buble Date: Sat, Sept 14 Time: 8pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $113-$57.50 Contact: 800-745-3000 www.scottradecenter.com Grammy Award-winner Michael Bublé comes to Scottrade Center for one night only.

Week of Sept 15-21

Rhythm ‘N’ Ruach Music Class Date: Mondays, beginning Sept 16 Time: 10:30am-11:30am Location: JCC Marilyn Fox Building Cost: $75-$60 Contact: 636-442-3454 or www.jccstl.org New parent/child music programs of Hebrew and Jewish music with upbeat rhythms, interactive instrument play and songs.Through 10/21.

Storytelling at Longview Farm Date: Mon, Sept 16 & Tues, Sept 17 Time: 10am Location: Longview Farm Park Barn Cost: Contact Contact: 314-971-0605 or www.equineassistedtherapy.org Equine Assisted Therapy and Whole Foods market team up for this program; story, craft and healthy snack.

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Hidden Benefits for Veterans and Their Spouses Date:Tues, Sept. 17 Time: 2 p.m. Location: Friendship Village, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: 636-532-1515 Charlie Amen, elder law attorney at Purcell and Amen, helps veterans and their surviving spouses secure long-term care benefits.The Friendship Fund as sponsor invites the public for the presentation and refreshments.

Childbirth Preparation Class Date:Tues, Sept 17 (also Sept 23) Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $60 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 www.stlukes-stl.com Providing knowledge and understanding of the childbirth experience, Classes are held for four consecutive weeks on either Monday,Tuesday or Wednesday evenings.

Ageless Learning Seminar: Medicaid Update Open Enrollment Date:Tues, Sept 17 Time: 10am-11:45am Location: St. Louis Community College, Wildwood Cost: Free Contact: 314-984-7777 to register or www.stlcc.edu/ww A free seminar series for adults of all ages featuring different topics each session. Also, Sept 19: St. Louis Cardinals in the 1960s.

Pottery Wheel for Beginners Date:Tuesdays, Sept 17-Oct 22 Time: 6:30 pm-9 pm Location: Chesterfield Arts Cost: $145-$130.50 Contact: 636-519-1955 www.chesterfieldarts.org Take this introductory to expert pottery wheel 6-week course, and you'll be astounded at what you can create.

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

Your Natural Approach to Labor

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Date:Tues, Sept 17 Time: 6pm-9pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 www.stlukes-stl.com An "ADDITION" to Childbirth Preparation, Fast Track Childbirth and Refresher Childbirth classes. For individuals with previous knowledge/experience who desire an unmedicated experience.

• Many Cookie Varieties • Cookie Cakes for all Occasions • Party Trays & Gifts • Sinfully Fresh Brownies Order Your Cookie Cake Online or by Phone. We Can Deliver at the Mall Entrance by Our Store.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business Over Breakfast

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

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Date:Tues, Sept 17 Time: 7:30am-9am Location: Forest Hills Country Club Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com “Best Practices of Customer Service” presentation, panel discussion facilitated by Joanne Pieczynski, Sandler Training. Panel includes Louise Wiedermann, Jeff Greene and Cheri Bliefernich.

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Illustration & Drawing Date:Wednesdays, Sept 18-Oct 23 Time: 3:30pm-6pm Location: Chesterfield Arts Cost: $140-$126 Contact: 636-519-1955 www.chestefieldarts.org Learn the process of illustration as well as techniques of drawing from life or from photograph during this 6-week course.

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

Stop putting it off! Start learning Yoga this Fall for as little as

Review Childbirth Date:Wed, Sept 18 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $35 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com For couples who have previously had childbirth instruction. Classes take place over two evenings and last two hours.

The Wiggles Date:Wed, Sept 18 Time: 6:30pm Location: Peabody Opera House Cost: $78.50-$18.50 Contact: 800-745-3000 www.peabodyoperahouse.com The world's most popular children's entertainment group is heading out on the road to introduce their new team.

Butterfly House Anniversary Celebration Date:Wed, Sept 18 Time: 9am-4pm Location: Butterfly House Cost: $1.50 admission all day! Contact: www.butterflyhouse.org Join us for cake as we celebrate our 15th birthday. Guests will enjoy $1.50 admission all day.

Healthy Weigh Program Date:Wed, Sept 18 Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $99 for 12-week course Contact: 314-205-6483 or stlukes-stl.com Sessions include weigh-ins, individualized goalsetting, group support and motivation techniques for goal achievement. Through Dec 4th.

Offer valid at participating locations. Auto-pay registration required. Other restrictions may apply.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting Date:Wed, Sept 18 Time: 11:30am-1pm Location: Marriot West; 660 Maryville Center Drive Cost: $25 members-$30 non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Held on the third Wednesday of the month, General Membership meetings provide members the opportunity to network before and during lunch.

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Date:Thurs, Sept 19 Time: 8pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: Cost: $59.50-$39.50 Contact: 314-534-1111 www.metrotix.com Rap star with hit records and then earning himself a nomination at the 54th Grammy will visit the Fox.

Talk like a Pirate Day at the Carousel Date:Thurs, Sept 19 Time: 10 am-4 pm Location: Carousel, Faust Park Cost: Free to costumed guests Contact: 314-615-8383 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/carousel Celebrate “Talk Like A Pirate Day” with the St. Louis Carousel. Dress up in your pirate attire and get a free ride on the Carousel. All ages.

Party in the Plaza Date:Thurs, Sept 19 Time: 5pm-9pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free Contact: 314-617-6403 or westportstl.com Enjoy drink and food specials from Westport Plaza restaurants and mingle with Z107-7's Curt Copeland.

Happiest Baby on the Block Date:Thurs, Sept 19 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40: includes DVD Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com New parents will learn step-by-step how to help babies sleep longer and how to soothe even the fussiest infant in minutes...or less!

Business After Hours Date:Thurs, Sept 26 Time: 5-7 pm Location: Junior Achievement Cost: $15 non-members; free for members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Held on the Third Thursday of the month as an After Hours Networking event. Attendees will visit a different host business each month.

Chicago Date: Fri, Sept 20-Sun, Sept 22 Time: Fri, 8 pm-Sat, 2 pm & 8 pm Sun 1 pm& 6:30 pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $80-$30 Contact: 314-534-1111 www.fabulousfox.com See Chicago: one show-stopping-song after another, astonishing dancing and a great story.

Singing in the Rain Musical Revue Date: Fri, Sept 20-Sun, Sept 22 Time: Fri & Sat, 7:30pm, Sun, 3pm Location: Chesterfield Community Theater, West County Family YMCA Cost: $8-$5


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Contact: 636-532-6515 x227 or www.ymca.org See this production at the Chesterfield Community Center.

Great Forest Park Balloon Race Date: Fri, Sept 20 & Sat, Sept 21 Time: See website Location: Forest Park Cost: Free Contact: 800-383-7323 www.greatforestparkballoonrace.com All kinds of festivities for the family at the Great Forest Park Balloon Race. See website for schedule of events.

Rockwood Movie Night in Bluebird Park Date: Fri, Sept 20 Time: Sunset Location: Bluebird Park, Ellisville Cost: Free Contact: 636-227-9660 or www.ellisville.mo.us See “Wreck-It Ralph” at Bluebird Park. Bring non-perishable food item for food pantry.

Soulard Blues Band Date: Fri, Sept 20 Time: 7pm Location: Creve Coeur Park Cost: Free Contact: www.soulardbluesband.com Join us as the Maryland Heights Concerts by the Lake Series comes to a close with a performance by the Soulard Blues Band.

Equine Assisted Therapy’s 3rd Annual Participants’ Horse Show Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: Starting at 10am Location:Wildwood Cost: Free to watch: $25 to participate Contact: 314-971-0605 www.equine-assistedtherapy.org Annual horse show at EAT. Come and see this worthwhile and fun program in action.

St. Louis Cardinals Home Games 9/6...............Pirates ............7:15 pm 9/7...............Pirates ............6:15 pm 9/8...............Pirates ............1:15 pm 9/10.............Brewers...........7:15 pm 9/11.............Brewers...........7:15 pm 9/12.............Brewers...........7:15 pm 9/13.............Mariner...........7:15 pm 9/14.............Mariners .........6:15 pm 9/15.............Mariners .........1:15 pm 9/23.............Nationals.........7:15 pm 9/24.............Nationals.........7:15 pm 9/25.............Nationals.........12:45 pm 9/27.............Cubs................7:15 pm 9/28.............Cubs................6:15 pm 9/29.............Cubs................1:15 pm

maryvillesaints.com Women’s Volleyball 9/6/13: vs. St. Ambrose - 5 pm 9/7/13: vs. Missouri Baptist- 4 pm 9/28/13: vs. Lewis University 2 pm 9/29/13: vs.Wisconsin Parkside 3 pm 10/18/13: vs. Rockhurst 7 pm 11/12/13: vs. UMSL 7 pm

Augusta’s Harvest Festival Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 10am Location: Historic Augusta Cost: Free to visit Contact: 636-228-4005 www.augusta-chamber.org Capture 158 years of culture and tradition in Augusta. Concert, picnic, activities, shopping, food, dinner, wine and more. Fri concert at Augusta winery: : Register: fee.

Call today about our Special Fall Rebate Program

Pioneer Days Date: Sat. Sept 21 & Sun, Sept 22 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Daniel Boone Home Cost: $12-$10-$6 Contact: 636-798-2005 www.danielboonehome.com Learn about the history of the west.Trade demonstrations, games, displays, family activities and more!

University Sculpture Competition Unveiling Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 6:30 pm Location: Chesterfield Central park near amphitheater Cost: Free to view Contact: www.chesterfieldarts.org View the winning sculpture in the University Sculpture Competition. Panel and discussion at 4:30 pm, unveiling at 6:30 pm.

Beijing Opera Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $20 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org Beijing opera has a rich history dating back to the Qing Dynasty and is considered the most significant of all operas in China.

Build-A-Body Kid’s Fitness Trivia Night Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 7pm Location: Logan College of Chiropractic Cost: $20 per person Contact: buildabodytrivia.com for tickets Organization dedicated to help bring an end to childhood obesity through fitness and education hosts this trivia night. continued on next page

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Enjoy Live Music on the

6th Annual Kids Triathlon Date: Sun, Sept 22 Time: 8am-Noon Location:The Pointe, Ballwin Cost: $25 Contact: 636-227-8580 or www.ballwin.mo.us Ages 5 to 13. Race limited to 200 participants; must register.

Winestrasse Winery favorites, Route D

BALDUCCI VINEYARDS SEPTEMBER Sun, 9/1: Crossfire: 2-6 Mon, 9/2: Scott Logan: 2-6 Sat, 9/7: American Idle Band: 3-7 Sun, 9/8: Laytham & Holmes: 2-6 Sat, 9/14: Dick and Jane: 3-7 Sun, 9/15: Pennsylvania Slim: 2-6 Sat, 9/21: Crossfire: 3-7 Sun, 9/22: McCready Logan Project: 2-6 Sat, 9/28: Burnt Whiskey: 3-7 Sun, 9/29: Laytham & Holmes: 2-6 OCTOBER Sat, 10/5: Crossfire: 3-7 Sun, 10/6: McCready Logan Project: 2-6 Sat, 10/12: American Idle Band: 3-7 Sun, 10/13: Pennsylvania Slim: 2-6 Sat, 10/19: Dick and Jane: 3-7 Sun, 10/20: Laytham & Holmes: 2-6 Sat, 10/26: Crossfire: 2-6 Sun, 10/27: McCready Logan Project: 2-6 MONTELLE WINERY SEPTEMBER Sun, 9/1: Bag Lunch Blues: Noon-4pm Sun, 9/1: Steve Leslie Duo: 5-9pm Mon, 9/2: Laytham & Holmes: 1-4pm Sat, 9/7: Anita Rosamond Duo: 1-5pm Sat, 9/7: No evening music Sun, 9/8: Arvell & Dawn: 1-5pm Sat, 9/14: SLAM: 1-5pm Sat, 9/14: John Scott: 6-9pm Sun, 9/15: Route D: 1-5pm Sat, 9/21: Laytham & Holmes: 1-5pm Sat, 9/21: Dave Bennett: 6-9pm Sun, 9/22: Arvell & Dawn: 1-5pm Sat, 9/28: Encore Trio: 1-5pm Sat, 9.28: Steve Leslie Solo: 6 -9pm Sun, September 29 Anita Rosamond Duo: 1-5pm OCTOBER: Sat, 9/5: Diamond Dave Duo: 1-5pm Sun, 9/6: Arvell & Dawn: 1-5pm Sat, 10/12: Headrush: 1-5pm Sun, 10/13: Anita Rosamond Duo 1-5pm Sat, 10/19 Encore Trio: 1-5pm Sun, 10/20: Arvell & Dawn: 1-5pm Sat, 10/26: TBA: 1-5pm Sun, 10/27: Route D-1-5pm

Family Apple Picking

SUGAR CREEK All Performances: 1pm - 5pm SEPTEMBER: Sunday, 9/1: Tom Nickeson Monday, Labor Day :Terry Beck Saturday, 9/7:Terry Beck Sunday, 9/8: Rick Curtright Saturday , 9/14: Tom Nickeson Sunday, 9/15: Tomasino & Kaylor Saturday, 9/21: Pierce Crask Sunday, 9/22: Bud & Steve Duo Saturday, 9/28: Rick Curtright Sunday, 9/29: Dennis Schilligo OCTOBER: Saturday, 10/5: Terry Beck Sunday, 10/6: Rick Curtright Saturday, 10/12:Tom Nickeson Sunday, 10/13: Dennis Schilligo Saturday, 10/19:Terry Beck Sunday, 10/20: Tomasino & Kaylor Saturday, 10/26: Bud & Steve Duo Sunday, 10/27: Rick Curtright

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Canines & Crusaders for Chris Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 8am Location: Chesterfield Athletic Club Cost: $25-$10: Sponsorships available Contact: 636-532-9992 www.chesterfieldathleticclub.com 3rd Annual Body, Heart, and Spirit 5K run/1 Mile Fun Walk to benefit St. Jude’s Hospital. Join us in honoring the memory of Christopher Zandstra. Food, music, race and fun!

MOUNT PLEASANT ESTATES All Performances: 2pm SEPTEMBER Sun, 9/1: Well Hungarians Mon, 9/2: Ralph Butler Trio Sat, 9/7: Javier Mendoza Sun, 9/8: Pennsylvania Slim Band Sat, 9/14: Soulard Blues Band Sun, 9/15: Farshid Etniko Sat, 9/21: Steve Ewing Sun, 9/22: Pennsylvania Slim Band Sat, 9/28: Ticket to the Beatles Sun, 9/29: Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats OCTOBER Sat, 10/5: Ralph Butler Band Sun, 10/6: Javier Mendoza Sat, 10/12: Miss Jubilee Sun, 10/13: Farsid Etniko Sat, 10/19: Well Hungarians Sun, 10/20: Hudson & the Hoodoo Cats Sat, 10/26: Jake’s Leg Sun, 10/27: Steve Ewing

Dancing in the Streets at the Grand Center Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time:TBA Location: Grand Center Cost: Free Contact: www.alexandraballet.com Alexandra Ballet will be a part of this annual event! We will be presenting the “Tarentella” from Napoli, Denmark’s most popular ballet.

Faust Heritage Festival Date: Sat, Sept 21 & Sun, Sept 22 Time: 10am-5pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $5 adult, $2 children 4-12, Free 3 and under Contact: 314-615-8328 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/faust Demonstrations of blacksmithing, pottery firing, woodworking and other crafts. Hands-on activities. Hayrides, music, children’s activities and rides on the St. Louis Carousel. Concessions available.

AUGUSTA WINERY SEPTEMBER Sun, 9/1: Terry Beck: 1-5 Mon, 9.2: Ed Belling: 1-4 Sat: 9/7: Dave Bennett: Noon-4 Sun, 9/8: Ed Belling: 1-5 Sat, 9/14: Adam Stanley: 1-5 Sun, 9/15: Brian Clarke: 1-5 Sat, 9/21: Lenny Frisch: 1-5 Sun, 9/22: Jan Marks: 1-5 Sat, 9/28: Diamond Dave Brandt: 1-5 Sun, 9/29: Matt Murphy: 1-5 OCTOBER Sat, 10/5: Dave Bennett: 1-5 Sun, 10/6: Lenny Frisch: 1-5 Sat, 10/12: Terry Beck: 1-5 Sun, 10/13: Diamond Dave Brandt: 1-5 Sat, 10/19: Adam Stanley: 1-5 Sun, 10/20: Dave Bennett: 1-5 Sat, 10/26: Diamond Dave Duo: Halloween Party!: 1-5 Sun, 10/27: Jan Marks: 1-5

Week of Sept 22-28

Wente Wine Dinner Date: Sunday, September 22nd Time: 6:30 p.m. Price: $85 per person plus tax & gratuity Location: Balaban’sAddress: 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Wente Vineyards is the country’s oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery. Enjoy a five course meal with wine pairing and learn more about this historic winery.

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Date: Sun, Sept 22 Time: 10am-Noon Location: Mills Apple Farm, Il. Cost: Free visit, pay for any apples picked Contact: 314-442-3267 or www.jccstl.org Travel to Mills Apple Farm for family fun and apple picking. Call or check website.

55+ Special Event Date: Mon, Sept 23 Time: 10 am Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater in Central Park Cost: Free Contact: 636-812-9510 www.chesterfield.mo.us Entertainment, lunch and bingo at 12:30.

Sibling Class (ages 3-6) Date: Mon, Sept 23 Time: 10am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: 314-205-6906 stlukes-stl.com Children practice holding a newborn-sized doll and make a present for their new brother or sister. Siblings receive a T-shirt and certificate, and take a tour.

St. Luke’s Wellness College Series Date:Tues, Sept 24 Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Contact Contact: 314-542-4848 stlukes-stl.com Recipes for a Healthy Lifestyle: Heart-healthy program; discussion, recipes.

St. Louis Jazz Orchestra Date:Tues, Sept 24 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $25 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org The first concert of the season will showcase the music of Maynard Ferguson, and feature the artistry of Jim Manley.

Freedom from Smoking Course Date:Tues, Sept 24-Nov 12 Time: 6pm-7:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $75 Contact: 314-542-4848 stlukes-stl.com This 8-week American Lung Association course features a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking, helping smokers gain control over the process.

The Improv Shop Date:Wed, Sept 25 Time: 7:30pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $15-$12 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org The Touhill and St. Louis' Improv Shop have teamed up again this season to present an evening of comedy.


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Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic

University Sculpture Competition – Unveiling Activities In Sept. 2012, sculpture students at universities & colleges within 125 miles of Chesterfield submitted proposals for a permanent outdoor sculpture along the Stream Walk in Chesterfield Central Park. In March 2013, a juried panel selected Ron Callies, a Wildwood resident and sculpture student at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, as the winner. Callies’ winning sculpture will be unveiled for the public at 6:30 p.m., Sept. 21 near the amphitheater. This interactive piece of public art is intended to reflect the importance of public art in the community, and, its ability to convey value, stimulate questions and evoke wonder and mystery. The competition was made possible by the City of Chesterfield, PNC Arts Alive, the Regional Arts Commission, Taubman Premium Outlets, Boeing Employee Educational Fund, West NewsMagazine and St. Louis Public Radio.

Schedule of Events: 4:30-6 p.m. Chesterfield Arts hosts a free public forum & panel discussion at Chesterfield YMCA featuring nationally-recognized sculptor, Kurt Perschke (RedBall Project) and Liesel Fenner, Public Art Program Manager, Americans for the Arts, Washington D.C. The panel will also feature regional public art professionals discussing the value of public art and the opportunities it creates for building our communities. 6:30 p.m. University Sculpture Competition Unveiling along Stream Walk at Chesterfield Central Park. Guests may also find a seat at the Amphitheater and watch the unveiling.

Cost: Free Contact: 314-578-7100 DJ Greasy, Professional Dancer Nicholas Gates, from “So You Think You Can Dance”, more. Drink specials and Z107-7's Curt Copeland.

Date:Thurs, Sept 26-Sun, Sept 29 Time:Thurs, Fri, Sat: 7pm Sat, 11am-3pm7pm, Sun 1 pm & 5 pm Location: Chaifetz Arena Cost: $67-13 Contact: 314-977-5000 or ticketmaster.com More than 60 of Disney's unforgettable characters from 18 stories come to life in Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic!

Diana Krall Date: Fri, Sept 27 Time: 8pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $100-$37.50 Contact: 314-534-1111 www.metrotix.com See Diana Krall in concert, promoting her latest album, Glad Rag Doll.

Open Mic Night Date:Thurs, Sept 26 Time: 6:30pm-9pm Location: St. Louis Community College, Wildwood Cost: Free Contact: 636-422-2244 paumann@stlcc.edu Students and artists in the community are invited to present their writing, visual art, music or dramatic work an open microphone.

Food Truck Feast Date: Fri, Sept 27 Time: 11am-1:30pm Location: Chesterfield City Hall Cost: $8-$5 (average) Contact: 636-537-4000 www.chesterfield.mo.us Enjoy great food at the Food Truck Feast.

St. Louis Fashion Week

2013 Wing Ding Gala

Date:Thurs, Sept 26-Sun, Oct 6 Time: Daily Location:Varies by Date Cost: See website Contact: alivemag.com/fashionweek Ten days of shows featuring 36 regional & national designers including Casanova and Laura Kathleen from Bravo’s Project Runway.

Date: Sat, Sept 28 Time: 6:30pm-10:30pm Location: Butterfly House Cost: Contact: reservations required. Contact: www.butterflyhouse.org Celebrate 15 years of extraordinary innovation at the Butterfly House gala. Cocktail attire; food and beverages, entertainment, tours and more.

Puppets Galore at the Carousel in Faust Park

Green Homes Great Health Festival

Date: Fri, Sept 27 Time: 9:30am-11am Location: Faust Park Cost: $8 door-$6 advance : under 12 months-free w/paid adult Contact: 314-615-8383 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/carousel Puppet Guild of Greater St. Louis puppet show, carousel ride and puppet-making workshop.

Date: Sat, Sept 28 Time: 9am-4pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: Garden admission: Free for St. Louis City/County Residents before Noon

Contact: 314-577-5100 or www.mobot.org Over 100 green product and service exhibits. Local food, music, crafts. Kids activities galore.

Electronics Recycling Date: Sat, Sept 28 Time: 10am-11am Location: 17891 N. Outer 40, Chesterfield Cost: Free, Donations appreciated Contact: 314-382-1650, or www.witsinc.org Monthly electronic recycling event. See website.

2nd Annual Moonlight 5K Run/Walk Date: Sat, Sept 28 Time: 9pm Location: Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex Cost: $25 Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Course will zig-zags through Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex and Monarch Levee Trail. Refreshments will be served.

Promise Christian Academy Hosts Christian Comedian Tim Hawkins in Concert Date: Sat, Sep 28 Time: 2 p.m. Location: Friendship Village, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: 636-532-1515 Charlie Amen, elder Tim Hawkins, with guest John Branyan, will be performing in two shows to benefit Promise. Both are Christian Comedians who are known for their genuinely funny comedy show that caters to the entire family. Promise Christian Academy, in Chesterfield, is a small school of 20 children that serves children with special needs

4th Annual INSPIRE 2013 Date: Fri, Sept 27 Time: 7pm Location: Ameristar Casino, St. Charles Cost: $137-$15 Contact: 636-939-3300 stlunitedway.org Networking and shopping reception with vendors, appetizers and beverages. Runway show, drinks, appetizers, more.

Oktoberfest Date: Fri, Sept 27- Sun, Sept 29 Time: Fri, 4pm-11pm: Sat, 10am-11pm: Sun, 10am-5pm Location: 222 S. Riverside, St. Charles Cost: Free Contact: www.stcharlesoktoberfest.com Vendors, parade, car show, dachshund races & fashion show. 5K, children’s shows and activities, German music, cold beverages, entertainment.

Budweiser Taste of St. Louis Date: Fri, Sept 27-Sun, Sept 29 Time: Fri, 4pm-11pm: Sat, 11am-11pm: Sun, 11am-9pm Location: Soldier’s Memorial, St. Louis Cost: Free Contact: 314-534-2100 or tastestl.com Food, beverages, artwork and goods are available for purchase. Concerts, Culinary Stage entertainment, & most Kid City activities- free.

Friday Night Lights Street Party Date: Fri, Sept 27 Time: 8pm-11pm Location:Westport Plaza

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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 Oct 15 for a $50 dining certificate. Send to: Out & About Contest,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, Rosalie Whitfield of Chesterfield. The logo was hidden in the Gianfabio’s ad on page 44.

Childbirth Preparation Class Date:Wed, Oct 2 (also Oct 29) Time: 6:30-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $60 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Providing knowledge and understanding of the childbirth experience, Classes are held for four consecutive weeks on either Monday,Tuesday or Wednesday evenings.

Artists & Apples Series Date:Wed, Oct 2 Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm Location: St. Louis Community College, Wildwood Campus Cost: Free Contact: www.stlcc.edu/ww Free lunchtime series featuring artists who speak about their work and careers. Light refreshments served. No registration required.

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

WomenHeart Support Group Date:Wed, Oct 2 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: Desloge Outpatient Center Cost: Free Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com Share experiences in a group setting ;regain a sense of control, feel less alone, develop a positive outlook on life and find the strength to commit to lifestyle changes.

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October Owls and Orchids Date: Oct 1–31 Time: 9 am-4 pm (closed Monday) Location: Butterfly House Cost: Included with admission Contact: www.butterflyhouse.org Extended evening hours:Tuesdays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Experience the Butterfly House conservatory by night; see live owls. Advanced registration available.

Fall Hayrides Date:Thursdays: Oct 3, 10, 17 Time: 6:30-8 pm Location: Bluebird Park, Ellisville Cost: $9-$7 Contact: 636-227-9660 or www.ellisville.mo.us Come join us for an evening hayride and enjoy hot cocoa while roasting hot dogs and marshmallows over an open fire.

Sigur Ros Date:Tues, Oct 1 Time: 8pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $55- $29.50 Contact: 314-534-1111 or fabulousfox.com See Sigur Ros perform its rock music during this final tour in the US.

First Thursday Coffee Date:Thurs, Oct 3 Time: 7:30am-9am Location: Logan University Cost: Free for members: $15 non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Join colleagues and friends for light breakfast, coffee, juice, and networking. Please register.

nine inch nails: tension 2013

Top: Boofest Center: Take a Fall hayride Bottom: Enjoy at day at the wineries

Date:Tues, Oct 1 Time: 7:30pm Location: Chaifetz Arena Cost: $112.90-$49.50 Contact: 314-977-5000 or ticketmaster.com See nine inch nails perform with guest.

PNC Arts Alive New Dance Horizons II Date: Fri, Oct 4 & Sat, Oct 5 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $30 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org Four renowned choreographers collaborate with St. Louis dance companies for this production.

Breastfeeding Class Date:Tues, Oct 1 Time: 6:30-9pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $25 per couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com This class will provide information, encouragement and support for a successful breastfeeding experience. Also Sat, Oct 5: 9-11:30 am.

Best of Missouri Market Date: Fri, Oct 4-Sun, Oct 6 Time: Fri, 6-9: Sat & Sun, 9-5 Location: Missouri Botanical Garden

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Cost: $12-$5 Contact: 314-577-5100 or www.mobot.org Fresh produce, baked goods, fresh and dried flowers, herbs, handcrafted items, baskets, wooden toys, custom jewelry and more.

Lewis Black Date: Fri, Oct 4 Time: 8pm Location: Peabody Opera House Cost: $72-$36.50 Contact: 800-745-3000 www.peabodyoperahouse.com LEWIS BLACK, Grammy Award-winning standup comedian, is one of the most popular performers working today.

All Jaguar Auto Show Date: Sat, Oct 5 Time: 10am-3pm Location: Kemp Auto Museum Cost: Free: $5 admission to museum Contact: 636-537-1718 www.kempautomuseum.org Enjoy examining these magnificent machines of the modern era in the cool October breeze! Visit museum while you’re here.

Paper Shredding & Electronics Recycling Date: Sat, Oct 5 Time: 8am-noon Location: St. Louis Community College/Wildwood, Parking Lot Cost: Free Contact: 636-422-2241 or dward106@stlcc.edu for info Bring your unwanted documents (in paper bags) and electronics and dispose of them responsibly. Shredding is onsite.

Historic Shaw Art Fair Date: Sat, Oct 5 & Sun, Oct 6 Time: Sat, 9am-5pm: Sun, 10am-5pm Location: 4100 and 4200 Flora Place Cost: $7: Bring can of food for $1 off Contact: 314-773-3935 www.shawartfair.org A professionally-juried Fair with135 artists from around the country and a large variety of media and styles.

Chris Tucker Date: Sat, Oct 5 Time: 8pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $100-$35 Contact: 314-534-1111 or www.metrotix.com Actor/comedian Chris Tucker performs.

Fall Breakfast Bike Ride Date: Sat, Oct 5 Time: 8:30-10 am Location: Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex, near Administration building Cost: $2 Contact: 636-812-9500


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Week of Oct 6-12

Maryville Wrestling Fall Festival 5K/1 Mile Run/Walk Date: Sat, Oct 6 Time: 9 am 5K; 9:30 1 Mile Location: Maryville University Campus, 660 Maryville University Dr. Cost: $25 early registration, $30 after 9/29 Contact: tinyurl.com/MaryvilleWrestling 5k Inaugural event. Paved asphalt, 2 water stops, awards, shirts, lots of fun and comaraderie.

St. Louis’ Best Bridal Show Date: Sun, Oct 6 Time: Noon-4 pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Contact: 636-669-3000 www.stcharlesconventioncenter.com Fashion show, wedding specialists, music, drinks, hors d’oeuvres, prize drawings & more!

Evita Date: Tues, Oct 8- Sun, Oct 20 Time:Varies by date Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $85-$25 Contact: 314-534-1111 or www.metrotix.com Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony AwardÂŽ-winning musical returns at last!

Severe Weather Observation and Training Date:Tues, Oct 8 Time: 7pm-10pm Location:Wildwood City Hall Cost: Free Contact: 636-458-0440 www.cityofwildwood.com Also, Sat, Oct 19. Learn about severe weather safety from Michael Redman of the Traveling Weather Show.

T’ai Chi Date:Tues, Oct 8 Time: 1:30pm-2:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $35 for 6-week course Contact: 314-542-4848 Learn the benefits of T’ai Chi including improved balance, increased physical fitness and reduced stress.

Blood Drive Date:Tues, Oct 8 Time: 10am-3pm Location: St. Louis Community College Wildwood Cost: Free to donate Contact: www.stlcc.edu/ww Conducted by Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. All are welcome.

Total Control Introductory Class Date:Wed, Oct 9 Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Free: register Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com Learn about exercise and treatment options from women’s health professionals. Total Control Course-Oct 14-Nov 27, Mon and Wed: 5pm-6:15pm. $99, 314-205-6100 x402 www.stlukes-stl.com Advanced course: Oct 15-Dec 5.

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Grandparent Class Date:Thurs, Oct 10 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $15 couple/person Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Reviews hospital care for mother and baby, infant safety information and tips on being helpful as grandparents.Tour of birthing suites.

GOOD HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS

St. Charles Fall Home & Remodeling Show

Corporate Wellness YMCA OF GREATER ST. LOUIS

Date: Fri, Oct 11-Sun, Oct 13 Time: Fri & Sat, 11am-8pm: Sun, 11am-5pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: 636-669-3000 www.stcharlesconventioncenter.com Displays of products and services in the area of home improvement. Demos, exhibits, family fun and national and local celebrity speakers.

The YMCA of Greater St. Louis can be a partner for your employees and their families. Corporate membership includes: YEAR-ROUND BENEFITS Â&#x2021;RIIWKHMRLQLQJIHH Â&#x2021;RIIWKHžUVWIXOOPRQWKÂśVGXHV Â&#x2021;$FFHVVWR<FODVVHVDQGSURJUDPVVXFK as group exercise, personal training, swim OHVVRQV FKLOGZDWFK Â&#x2021;)DFLOLW\DFFHVVWRDQ\RIWKHORFDWLRQV

1st Annual Chili Cook-Off Date: Fri, Oct 11 Time: 5:30pm-9pm Location: Bluebird Park, Ellisville Cost:TBA Contact: 636-227-9660/ ellisville.mo.us Come to taste chili and hear musical entertainment. Contact 636-227-7508 to cook; see website for updates.

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History Hayrides at Faust Date: Fri, Oct 11 & Sat, Oct 12 Time: 6pm-7pm-8pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $10 per person: Register in advance Contact: 314-615-8328 or 314-615-4386 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/faust Hayride at Faust Park. Tour candlelit historic homes, where refreshments and storytellers await. Warm up with bonfire & live music.

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Dierbergâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Health Information and Screening Date: Fri, Oct 11 Time: 11am-1pm Location: Dierbergs Des Peres Cost: Free Contact: www.stlukes-stl.com This month:Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Health-Importance of Prevention and Early Detection.

Cinematic TitanicFarewell Tour

GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE OPEN HOUSE

Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 7:30pm Location: St. Charles Family Arena Cost: $50-$35 Contact: 636-896-4200 or familyarena.com Farewell Tour of Cinematic Titanic Comedy Show.

Join Us! Open House 4:30-6:30 pm

October 3 - WingHaven & Westport Campuses R.S.V.P. by visiting

Swing This: Debby Boone & the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 8pm Location: Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $55.50-$35.50 Contact: 636-949-4433 www.lindenwoodcenter.com Debby Boone performs with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

webster.edu/winghaven webster.edu/westport Application Fee Waived for Those Who Attend

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Fast Track Childbirth Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Location: St. Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Cost: $90 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com This class is designed for expectant parents who are unable to attend the regular four-week session. Another date: Oct 26.

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Location: Doubletree Hotel Conference Center, Chesterfield Cost: Luncheon, $30: Banquet, $50 by 10/7 Contact: 314-725-0428 www.girlpilot@sbcglobal.net Luncheon speaker and meal: speaker TBA. Banquet speaker will be former astronaut Sandra Magnus Ph.D. who will speak of her experiences. Please contact for more info.

Where St. Louis Skates! Â&#x2018;Â&#x2026;Â?Â&#x2021;Â&#x203A;Č&#x2C6;Â?Â&#x192;Â&#x2013;Â&#x2039;Â?Â&#x2030;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2022;Â&#x2022;Â&#x2018;Â?Â&#x2022;Č&#x2C6;Â&#x2014;Â&#x201E;Â&#x17D;Â&#x2039;Â&#x2026;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2022;Â&#x2022;Â&#x2039;Â&#x2018;Â?Â&#x2022; Â&#x2039;Â&#x201D;Â&#x2013;Â&#x160;Â&#x2020;Â&#x192;Â&#x203A;Â&#x192;Â&#x201D;Â&#x2013;Â&#x2039;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2022;Č&#x2C6; Â&#x2026;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2021;Â?Â&#x2013;Â&#x192;Â&#x17D;Č&#x2C6;Â&#x201D;Â&#x2018;Â&#x160;Â&#x2018;Â&#x2019;

Amphitheater Walk & Native Landscape Walk Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 8-10 am & 11am-noon Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater in Central Park Cost: Free Contact: 636-812-9500 www.www.chesterfield.mo.us 8-10- A walk around the lake. 11- Landscape walk. Come enjoy comaraderie and exercise.

Week of Oct 13-19 Better Living EXPO Date: Sun, Oct 13 Time: 11 am-4 pm Location: DoubleTree Hotel, Swingley Ridge Cost: Free Contact: 636-591-0010 or www.newsmagazinenetwork.com The 2013 West Newsmagazine EXPO. Booths, seminars, entertainment, food, drawings, giveaways.The EXPO will educate older adults, baby boomers and families to resources in the community.

Infant Care Class Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 9 am-1 pm Location: St. Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Cost: $40 per couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Topics include bathing and dressing, newborn characteristics, common illnesses in infancy, infant CPR, car and home safety. Also on 10/26

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Bigger Siblings (ages 6-10) Date: Sat, Oct 12 Time: 9:30am-11am Location: St. Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Games, stories and videos help children learn how to hold a baby, what it means to share and how to keep baby safe.T-shirt and certificate, and take a tour.

Big Truck Day Date: Sat, Oct 12 & Sun, Oct 13 Time: 10:30am-2:30pm Location: Magic House Cost: $15-$12 Contact: 314-822-8900 or magichouse.org See big trucks, eat hot dogs, construction hat decorating and admission to house.

SCAVENGER HUNT Look for this logo in one of our ads. When you find it, email your name, address, telephone number and name of ad where you found the logo. We'll enter you into a drawing for a $50 dining gift certificate. Due by October 15. outandabout@gatewaycreative.net

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University Wind Ensemble & Alumni Band Jubilee Concert Date: Sun, Oct 13 Time: 3 pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: Free Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org To celebrate UMSLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 50th anniversary; see alumni and guest conductors along with UMSL Wind Ensemble.

Your Natural Approach to Labor Date:Tues, Oct 15 Time: 6pm-9pm Location: St. Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Cost: $25 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Fast Track Childbirth and Refresher Childbirth classes. For those with previous knowledge and desire an unmedicated experience.

Ancient History of Chesterfield Date:Tues, Oct 15 Time: 7pm-8:30pm Location: Sachs Branch Library, Chesterfield Cost: Free Contact: 314-994-3300 or www.slcl.org Michael Fuller, Professor of Archeology for the St. Louis Community College, will talk on the prehistory of Chesterfield.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting Date:Wed, Oct 16 Time: 11am-1pm Location: Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center Cost: $25 members: $30 non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com


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General Membership meetings provide members the opportunity to network before and during lunch. Please register.

Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Date:Thurs, Oct 17 Location: Hampton Inn & Suites Cost: Free for members: $15 non-members Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com Meet and interact with other individuals at this event. Advance registration required.

Silver Dollar & Rare Coin Expo Date:Thurs, Oct 17-Sat, Oct 19 Time:Thurs & Fri, 10am-6pm Sun, 10am-4pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free Contact: 636-669-3000 www.stcharlesconventioncenter.com Coin show, sale and auctions at the Convention Center.

Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey: Built to Amaze! Date:Thurs, Oct 17-Sun, Oct 20 Time:Varies by date Cost: $75-$15 Contact: 800-745-3000 www.scottradecenter.com Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Built To Amaze! , the 143rd edition of the Greatest Show On Earth.

Happiest Baby on the Block Date:Thurs, Oct 17 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $40: includes DVD Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com New parents will learn step-by-step how to help babies sleep longer and how to soothe even the fussiest infant in minutes...or less!

Lynn Anderson: In Concert Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 8pm Location: Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $40.50-$22.50 Contact: 636-949-4433 www.lindenwoodcenter.com Enjoy Lynn Anderson in concert on the Bezemes Family Theater Main Stage.

Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $125-$35 Contact: 314-516-4949 www.touhill.org Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, augumented by a 70-voice gospel choir to perform Abyssinian Mass.

Veggie Tales Live! Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 6:30 pm Location: St. Charles Family Arena Cost: $38-$28: $5 parking Contact: 636-896-4200 familyarena.com Join the entire VeggieTales crew at the biggest birthday party ever celebrating VeggieTales' 20-year anniversary.

maryvillesaints.com Women’s Volleyball 9/6/13: vs. St. Ambrose - 5 pm 9/7/13: vs. Missouri Baptist- 4 pm 9/28/13: vs. Lewis University 2 pm 9/29/13: vs.Wisconsin Parkside 3 pm 10/18/13: vs. Rockhurst 7 pm 11/12/13: vs. UMSL 7 pm

6th Annual Fest-of-Ale Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 6 pm-9 pm Location: Missouri Botanical Garden Cost: $40-$15 Contact: 314-577-5100 or www.mobot.org The region's microbreweries bring their best offerings to the Garden for sampling. Event also includes hors d'oeuvres & live music.

Cholesterol and Glucose Wellness Screenings Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 7:30am-9am Location: St. Louis Women’s Center, Chesterfield Cost: $20: register Contact: 314-542-4848 stlukes-stl.com Tests to measure your levels. Also includes one-on-one consultation.

Night Skate at Queeny Park Ice Rink Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 7pm-9pm Location: Queeny Park, Ballwin Cost: $4-$3 Contact: 314-615-8482 www.stlouisco.com/parks Every Friday and Saturday night throughout the winter months, come to the ice rink for skating. All ages.

Yappy Howl-O-Ween Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 4pm-6:30pm Location: Chesterfield Dog Park, Eberwein Park Cost: $5: free for dog park members Contact: www.chesterfield.mo.us Bring recent vaccination records. Dress your dog for Halloween; photographer onsite. Hors d’oeuvers and music will be provided, bring your beverages.

80s Trivia Night Date: Fri, Oct 18 Time: 7pm Location: Maryland Heights Center Auditorium Cost: $160-$120 table of eight Contact: 636-921-6550 www.marylandheights.com Free beer and soda available, while it lasts, limited supply.You may bring your own food and drinks. Doors open at 6:30 pm continued on next page

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5th Annual Red Velvet Ball with Yo-Yo Ma

Boo Fest

Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 8:30pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $750-$75 Contact: 314-534-1700/stlsymphony.org Y0-Yo Ma with perform with David Robertson and the STL Symphony for this annual fundraiser benefit.

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Town and Country Fall Festival Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 9am-Noon Location: Longview Farm Park,Town & Country Cost: Free: some fees for some activities Contact: 314-432-6606 www.town-and-country.org Fall festival featuring Impressions of Town & Country -Plein Air Painting competition, booths, concessions, activities, Equine Assisted Therapy hosted pony rides & more.

Evening with Frankie Avalon

Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 4:30pm Location: Chesterfield Amphitheater Cost: $8-$6 Contact: Register at City Hall Games and Art, Inaugural Pumpkin Race, showing of “Monster House” Concessions will be open; the first 300 children to turn in tickets at the event will receive treat bag.

Celtic Festival Featuring The John Whelan Band

Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 8pm Location: J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts Cost: $58.50-$38.50 Contact: 636-949-4433 www.lindenwoodcenter.com It’s Frankie! See him in person and swoon.

Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 8pm Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $35-$25 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org Celtic Festival: come early for Irish food tastings and beer samplings. Stay after concert for bar and buffet with VIP ticket.

Halloween, Spirits from the Past

32nd Annual Deutsch Country Days

Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time:Tours begin at 6pm Location: Daniel Boone Home Cost: $10-$6 Contact: 636-798-2005 www.danielboonehome.com Lanterns lead the way on this tour of the village. Camp fires and apple cider. Great for the entire family; group rates available.

Date: Sat, Oct 19 & Sun, Oct 20 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Historic Luxenhaus Farm, Marthasville Cost: Advance tickets through 10/1 Cost: $14.50-$7.50 Contact: 636-433-5669 or www.deutschcountrydays.org See German heritage come alive with cooking, crafts, demonstrations, activities and booths at this huge festival.

Zombie Chase Trail Run Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 9am Location: Castlewood State Park Cost: $25 by 10/16 Contact: www.ballwin.mo.us or at Ballwin Commons Participants must reach checkpoints on the map while avoiding zombies! Ages 9 & up.

Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: Registration 6:30am, Race 8am Location: Chesterfield Towne Centre

Cost: Contact Contact: 636-532-3399 www.chesterfieldmochamber.com 5K/10K and Children’s Fun Run. Costumes encouraged. See website for details.

Week of Oct 20-26

Tamber Bey Wine Dinner Date: Sun, Oct 20 Time: 6:30 pm Price: $85 per person Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson Road at Baxter Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Tamber Bey is a 100% estate grown winery located in the heart of the Napa Valley, California. Balaban’s will present a five course with Tamber Bey wine pairing.

Sibling Class (ages 3-6) Date: Mon, Oct 21 Time: 10am-11:30am Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $10 Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com Children practice holding a newborn-sized doll and make a present for their new brother or sister. Siblings receive a T-shirt and certificate.

Jolly Jack-O-Lanterns at the Carousel Date:Tues, Oct 22 Time: 10:30am-11am & 1:30pm-2pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $12/person per class: must register Contact: 314-615-8383or www.stlouisco.com/parks/carousel Dress up (optional), play game, decorate pumpkin to take home. Parents must stay. Carousel ride caps off the day. Ages 3-5

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ring the whole family for a morning of fun and exercise on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, as hundreds of participants lace up their running shoes for the 12th Annual Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run/Walk and Children’s Fun

Run for ages 10 and under. All registered little goblins will receive a specially designed Pumpkin Run tshirt as well as a completion award. Following the race, stay for a complimentary Finish Line breakfast/lunch buffet. Local businesses and restau-

rants supply an array of fruits, bagels, doughnuts, sandwiches, pizza, frozen custard, beverages and other items to show their appreciation to all participants of this annual community event. Applications are available at the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce office, 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Chesterfield, MO 63005 or at chesterfieldmochamber.com or gumboflats.racesonline.com/ There is a nominal on-line registration surcharge. Race day registration begins at 6:30 a.m. with the run/walk starting at 8 a.m. 22

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Diabetes Management: Navigate to Success

Alexandra Ballet Annual Auction

Date:Tues, Oct 22 Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: Free Contact: 314-542-4848 or stlukes-stl.com Tips will be given to help you individualize your action plan and access resources.

Date: Fri, Oct 25 Time: 7pm Location: Alexandra School of Ballet, Chesterfield Cost: Contact Contact: 314-249-4107 www.alexandraballet.com Dinner Auction celebrating Alexandra Ballet! For information, call or visit us on the web

Mommies in Motion Date:Tues, Oct 22 Time: 6:15pm-7:15pm Location: Desloge Outpatient Center Cost: $48 Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com 8-week program for pregnant women, combining stretching, strengthening and light aerobics in a comfortable and supportive environment.Tues and Thurs.

Review Childbirth Date:Wed, Oct 23 Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm Location: St. Luke’s Hospital Cost: $35 couple Contact: 314-205-6906 or stlukes-stl.com For couples who have previously had childbirth instruction. Classes take place over two evenings and last two hours.

St. Luke’s “Diamonds & Denim” Girls Night Out Date:Thu, Oct 24 Time: 6-9 pm Location: Marriott West, 660 Maryville Dr. Cost: $25 before Oct 10, $30 afterwards Contact: 314-205-6706 or stlukes-stl.com Grab your girlfriends and come enjoy a night out of shopping, health tips and pampering!

Sherlock Holmes: Vampire Hunter Date:Thurs, Oct 24-Sat, Oct 26 Time: 7:30pm Location: Chesterfield Community Theatre,West County Family YMCA Cost: $8-$5 Contact: 636-532-6515 or www.ymca.org See this production by Craig Sodaro.

Eagles Date:Thurs, Oct 24 Time: 8pm Location: Scottrade Center Cost: $179-$49 Contact: 800-745-3000 scottradecenter.com The Eagles - Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit - will perform classics spanning their career.

Open Mic Night Date:Thurs, Oct 24 Time: 6:30pm-9pm Location: St. Louis Com.College,Wildwood Cost: Free Contact: 636-422-2244 paumann@stlcc.edu Students & artists present their writing, visual art, music or dramatic work an open microphone. Register for guaranteed spot.

Booterflies Date: Fri, Oct 25-Sun, Oct 27 Time: 4:30pm-7pm Location: Butterfly House Cost: $20-$15; members, $18-$13 Contact: www.butterflyhouse.org Families with children ages 2-12. Enjoy Halloween; wear costume and play insectinspired games. Children 1 and under free.

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Boo Bash at the Carousel Date: Fri, Oct 25 Time: 6pm-8pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $7 advance, $9 door: 12 months and under free w/paid adult Contact: 314-615-8383 www.stlouisco.com/parks/carousel This family friendly event with a Harry Potter theme will feature Serengeti Steve and his Reptile Experience. Unlimited rides on decorated carousel. All ages.

Peter Pan Date: Fri, Oct 25-Sun, Oct 27 Time:Varies by date: contact Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost:TBA Contact: 314-516-4949 www.touhill.org The Variety Children’s Theatre delivers Broadway-quality shows giving children of all abilities a chance to perform and experience production behind the curtain.

Food Truck Feast Date: Fri, Oct 25 Time: 11am-1:30pm Location: Chesterfield City Hall Cost: $8-$5 (average) Contact: 636-537-4000 www.chesterfield.mo.us Enjoy great food at the Food Truck Feast. Seating available.

St. Louis Pet Expo Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 10am-6pm Location: St. Charles Convention Center Cost: Free: Bring your pet! Contact: 636-669-3000 www.stcharlesconventioncenter.com More than 150 exhibitors, prizes, microchipping, adoption, activities and products. Pet costume contest and “Pit Boss”!

Parkway West Band Boosters Arts & Crafts Fair Date of Event: Date:Thu, Oct 26 Time: 9 am Location: Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Road in Ballwin Cost: Free Parkway West Band Boosters Annual Arts and Crafts Fair

The Very Last Green Thing Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 10am &11:30am Location:Touhill Performing Arts Center Cost: $12-$10 Contact: 314-516-4949 or www.touhill.org Performance by Opera Theater of St. Louis geared to children. continued on next page

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St. Louis Civic Orchestra: Be There for B-Squared

Contact: 314-615-8482 or 314-915-8820 Join us for a fun filled hayride complete with bonfire, music, marshmallows and hot chocolate. (45 minute hayride and hour bonfire).

Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 8 pm Location: Logan College of Chiropractic Cost: $12-$7 Contact: www.stlouiscivicorchestra.org The composers’ names start with B. Concert features the Brahms Academic Festival Overture, Symphony No. 2 by Alexander Borodin, and a surprise violin concerto performance.

Assistance League of St. Louis Fall Gala

Arts & Culture Community Events Kids & Teens Sports & Outdoors Health & Fitness Adults & Seniors Business, Etc. Celtic Thunder Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 7:30pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $75-$45 Contact: 314-534-1111 or www.metrotix.com World-renowned Irish super-group Celtic Thunder performs MYTHOLOGY at the Fox.

Singles Hayride at Creve Coeur

Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 6pm: cocktail hour, 7pm:dinner, entertainment and live auction Location: Edward Jones Atrium, Des Peres Cost: $200-$150: $1500 for ten persons Contact: 636-227-6200 or www.alstl.org Raising funds to help support philanthropic projects. All funds raised remain in the St. Louis community. Last year we served 32,000 children and adults in area.

Week of Oct 27-31 Barry White Experience Date: Sun, Oct 27 Time: 3 pm Location: Powell Hall Cost: $65-$25 Contact: 314-534-1700 stlsymphony.org STL Symphony performs White’s hits including "You're the First, the Last, My Everything," and "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe."

Pumpkin Prowl Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 11am-1pm Location: St. Louis Community College Wildwood Cost: Free: must register Contact: 636-422-2244 to register Young children and their families are invited to don their costumes and enjoy games, prizes, a magician, face-painting and snacks.

Orin Swift Wine Tasting Date:Wed, Oct 20 Time: 6pm-8pm Location: Balaban’s, Clarkson Road @ Baxter Cost: $30 person +tax Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Orin Swift is known for creating some of the world’s best red blended wines and has unique labels to market them. Come enjoy.

Clothing and Toy Recycling Event Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 10am-11am Location: 17891 N. Outer 40, Chesterfield Cost: Free, Donations appreciated Contact: 314-382-1650, or www.witsinc.org 2013 toy and clothing recycling event. See website or call for guidelines.

Orin Swift Wine Tasting Date:Wednesday, October 30th Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Price: $30 per person plus tax Location: Balaban’s Address: 1772 Clarkson at Baxter

Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 8pm-9pm Location: Creve Coeur Cost: $10 per person: must register

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Contact: 636-449-6700 www.balabanswine.com Orin Swift is known for creating some of the world’s best red blended wines and has unique labels to market them. On the eve of Halloween, discover how scary good these wines can be to enjoy!

Children’s Halloween Parade Date:Wed, Oct 30 Time: 6 pm-7 pm Location:Westport Plaza Cost: Free: Must register Contact: 314-758-2599 Trick-or-Treaters will parade from restaurant to restaurant getting treats. Live entertainment. Annual Maryland Heights Parks & Recreation and Westport event.

PARAMOUR Date:Wed, Oct 30 Time: 7:30pm Location: Fabulous Fox Cost: $49.50-$39.50 Contact: 314-534-1111 or www.metrotix.com Multi-platinum selling artist PARAMORE with special guests Metric and Hellogoodbye.

Tuesdays with Morrie Date:Thurs, Oct 31-Sun, Nov 17 Time: Fri & Sat: 8pm, Sun 2pm Location: Dramatic License Theatre, Chesterfield Mall Cost: $25-$22: Opening night: $18 Contact: 636-220-7012 www.dramaticlicenseproductions.org Mitch reconnects with his former professor and what begins as a once-per-week visit turns into a series of life lessons Mitch (and the audience) will never forget.


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Hannoush Jewelers 218 Chesterfield Mall 636-536-2906 hannoush.com Helzberg Diamonds 47 Chesterfield Mall 636-537-9544/helzberg.com Jared Galleria of Jewelry 975 Chesterfield Center Dr 636-536-9733 jared.com

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John-Anthony Jewelers 14829 Clayton Rd. 636-394-8240 jajeweler@sbcglobal.net

Amore Today’s Bridal N Fashion 14575 Manchester Rd. 636-527-2667 amoretodaysbridal.com Blossoms Bridal 15882 Clayton Road 636-527-7130 blossomsbridal.com

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Dillard’s Chesterfield Mall 636-532-4040 dillards.com Heavenly Stitches 251 Lamp & Lantern 636-527-6303 heavenlystitchesbridal.com Men’s Wearhouse 1668 Clarkson Rd. 636-536-0647 menswearhouse.com Macy’s Chesterfield Mall 636-532-3800 macys.com Maiden Voyage Bridal 120 Henry Rd. 636-394-5858 maidenvoyagebridal.com

P lanning a Wedding? Birthday Party? Family Reunion?

Shoe Stop 90 THF Blvd. 636-812-0079 shoestop.com

No matter what the special occasiona casual birthday party or a formal wedding-planning the event is half the fun. The Chesterfield/West County area has some of the greatest resources to help you add that extra special touch. Make the planning of that special event uniquely yours. On the following pages we’ve included some of the many companies that can help make your event special. From party gowns to limousines to banquet facilites...It’s all here in our A to Z party resource directory!

Kay Jewelers 50 Chesterfield Mall 636-536-0808 kay.com Michael Herr Diamonds 17221 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-530-0006 michaelherrdiamonds.com Michael Genovese Jewelers 12460 Olive Blvd. 314-878-6203 genovesejewelers.com Novak Jewelers 14442 Clayton Road 636-227-7225 novakjewelers.com Robert Hunn Jewelers 16009 Manchester Rd. 636-230-0039

Stallone's Formal Wear 9644 Clayton Rd 314-997-8900 stalloneformalwear.com

Zales Jewelers 240 Chesterfield Mall 636-532-5400 zales.com

Cobblestone Shoe Repair 1718 Clarkson Rd. 636-532-1046 cobblestoneshoerepair.com Large selection of dyeable shoes

BAKERIES - CAKES

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Lordo’s Diamonds 9222 Clayton Rd. 314-432-8008 lordosdiamonds.com

Dierbergs 1730 Clarkson Rd. 636-537-9400 Great American Cookie Company In Chesterfield Mall 636-536-9780 www.greatamericancookies.com Knodel's Cakes 2127 Barrett Station Rd. 314-822-5151 McArthur’s Bakery 13700 Olive Blvd 314-744-3022 continued on next page Out & About / Sept-Oct, 2013


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Seats up to 16

Innsbrook Resort provides a waterfront country club setting

Fox & Hound 17416 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-536-0802 Up to 100

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Kaldi’s 17211 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-536-6624 Up to 20

The Party Pastry Shop 15447 Clayton Rd. 636-227-7188 Sam's Club 196 THF Blvd. 636-728-0362

Country Clubs

Sarah’s Cake Shop & Catering Co. 10 Clarkson/Wilson Centre 636-728-1140

Country Club of St. Albans 101 St. Albans Rd.63073 636-458-3062

Schnucks Markets 141 Hilltown Village 636-532-2505

Forest Hills Country Club 36 Forest Club Dr. 636-227-5030

FLORISTS/ CENTERPEICES

Innsbrook Resort Wright City, MO 636-928-3366, ext. 884 www.innsbrook-resort.com

Dierbergs Florist & Gifts 1730 Clarkson Rd. 314-692-2000 Edible Arrangements 14819 Clayton Rd. 636-394-1100 ediblearrangements.com Fruit arranged like flowers. Lulu McCabe Florist & Events 16221 Westwoods Business Park 636-532-9292 lulumccabe.com Mary Tuttle's Floral & Gifts 17021 Baxter Rd. 636-728-0480 marytuttles.com Rich Zengel Flowers & Gifts 14872 Clayton Rd. 636-394-6903 zengelflouristandgifts.com Richters Florist 15305 Manchester Rd 636-394-1400 Sam’s Club 197 THF Blvd. 636-728-0359 samsclub.com Schnucks Markets 141 Hilltown Village 636-532-8814 Walter Knoll Florist 14751 Manchester Rd 636-227-0022

EVENT/ PARTY RECEPTION SITES Contact the following sites for specific booking information and capacity seating. Some have private rooms for small and large parties.

Gianfabio Italian Café 127 Hilltown Village Center 636-532-6686 Private room up to 35, semi-private up to 75 Gardens at Malmaison St. Albans, MO 3519 St. Albans Rd 636-458-0131 Outdoor tent up to 240, inside private rooms 15-40

Meadowbrook Country Club 200 Meadowbrook Country Club Dr. 636-227-5361 Old Hickory Golf & Country Club #1 Dye Club Drive, St. Peters 636-477-8960 Persimmon Woods 6401 Weldon Spring Road 636-300-5713 WingHaven Country Club 7777 WingHaven Blvd. O’Fallon, MO 636-561-9464

Restaurants with Private & Semi-Private Space Annie Gunn’s 16806 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-532-7684 Call for reservations

Imogene’s Tea Room Wildwood 636-273-6111 Up to 60 people

Wild Horse Grill 101 Chesterfield Towne Centre 636-532-8750 Seats up to 70

The Melting Pot Clayton & Woodsmill Rd 636-207-6358 Party room 45-50

Wildwood Pub & Grill 17253 New College Ave 636-273-4300 Private room for 60

Mike Duffy’s 1024 Woodsmill Plaza 636-394-8855 Up to 60 people

Yellowstone Café 165 Lamp & Lantern Village 636-207-0501 No private room, but can accomodate large parties seating up to 30

Clancy’s Irish Pub at the Barn at Lucerne 930 Kehrs Mill Rd 636-394-2199 Up to 130

Oishi 100 Chesterfield Valley Dr. 636-530-1198 Original Pancake House 17000 Chesterfield Airport rd 636-536-4044. Room for 30-50 Scarecrow 1095 East Chesterfield Pkwy 636-536-9440 Seats 10-35 Spiro's West 1054 N. Woods Mill Rd. 314-878-4449 Seats 80 26

Veritas Gateway to Food & Wine 15860 Fountain Plaza 636-227-6800 Call for details

Wente's O & W 18000 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-530-9994 Seats up to 70-Sat only

Oceano Bistro 16125 Chesterfield Pkwy West 636-536-9404 Private room for 35-50

Espino’s Mexican Bar & Grill 17409 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-0044

Talayna's 68 Four Seasons 314-469-6650 Up to 120

Houlihan’s 210 Chesterfield Mall 636-532-0277 Seats up to 60.

Candicci’s 100 Holloway Road 636-220-8989 semi-private space for 30+

The Egg & I 1722 Clarkson Rd. 636-536-3777 Up to 20+

Sunrise Cafe Four Seasons Shopping Center 314-576-2166 Seats 80-100

Villa Farotto 17417 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-0048 Private room up to 60

Morgan LeFay’s 14314 S. Outer 40 Rd. 314-317-9181

Dream House Tea Room 15425 Clayton Rd. 636-227-7640 Private parties up to 170

Sports Page 13431 Olive St. Rd. 314-434-4115 Seats up to 80

Lester’s 14810 Clayton Rd. 636-230-0055 Private room available

Miller’s Crossing 14156 Olive Blvd. 314-439-0400 Semi-private room seats up to 25.

Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar 1772 Clarkson Road 636-449-6700 balabanswine.com From 6-100

Stoney River 377 Chesterfield Center East 636-536-1301 Up to 45 people

Ya Ya’s 15601 Olive Blvd. 636-537-9991 Private room seats up to 12. The restaurant accomodates 175

Hotels with Party Rooms/Banquet Facilties Comfort Inn & Suites 18375 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-530-1200 Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd. 636-532-5000 2 Banquet areas seats up to 350 each Drury Plaza Hotel Hwy 40 & Clarkson Rd. 636-728-7188 Call for specifics Hampton Inn & Suites 5 McBride and Son Center Dr. 636-530-0770 Seats from 40-160/hamptoninn.com

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COVER STORY “I like the weddings, but, of course, I cry. Still, they’re my favorites,” Corinne McDonnell said in describing events in the new Balaban’s® party rooms. A true romantic, McDonnell helps plan rehearsal dinners, weddings, birthday parties and corporate events as Balaban’s event and catering manager. Her training in project management and floral design brings creativity and professionalism to a job which also builds on her family restaurant experience. For more than nine months she has managed Balaban’s new private event space which opened just in time for the 2012 holidays. McDonnell also oversees Balaban’s catering operation for in-home parties and corporate box lunches. Most of Balaban’s party space consists of a large attractive room decorated with mirrored French door panels, some of which conceal intriguing wine barrel ends mounted on the wall. With state of the art audio visual capacity, the space accommodates 80 for dinner or 100 for cocktails. L-R: Co-Owners McIntyre Co-Owners Steve Steve McIntyre (left) and Brian Underwood

Making Memories Balaban’s Party Rooms Provide the Perfect Space for Your Very Special Event McDonnell believes the piece de resistance of Balaban’s events takes place in the separate, intimate wine room. Small parties up to eight slip into private space where redwood shelves and $350,000 of Balaban’s Library Wines line the walls. “Dinners in the wine room come with a dedicated server, a menu of the customer’s choice, privacy and the most intriguing ambiance in the city,” McDonnell said, as she picked up a $960 bottle of Library Wine with a sketched label that could hang in an art museum, before pointing out that most of Balaban’s wines price under $20. Booking for holiday parties this year, McDonnell said, started weeks ago. For the holidays she often recommends a Balaban’s multi-coursed dinner, pairing the food and wine for a taste experience creating memories. “Whether a humorous birthday roast ribbing the honoree with a slide show of old photographs or a warm inviting dinner or a buffet style corporate event, we do it all—everything designed to the customers’ specifications, whether corporate or personal, in-home or here,” McDonnell said. “The quality of the Balaban’s kitchen, recognized by St. Louis Magazine as one of the best in the city, and the wine cellar, awarded a best of award of excellence from

Wine Spectator for the second consecutive year, mean the basics of any good party start at Balaban’s.” McDonnell enjoys the events and currently looks forward to a birthday party, marking several decades, already booked with a band for this November. Balaban’s Library Wines come from the original award winning Café Balaban cellar. Meticulously selected by co-owner Steve McIntyre, the wines, superbly handled and aged for 10 to 25 years, now make Balaban’ a cellar of consequence with the ability to pair superb food and wine. Other ties to the original Central West End bistro which closed in 2006 include the name “Balaban’s,” solely owned by McIntyre and his partner, Brian Underwood; the original recipes; some Café Balaban’s staff as well as McIntyre, executive chef and co-owner of Café Balaban for more than 20 years. 1722 Clarkson Rd (at Baxter) Chesterfield, MO Phone 636-449-6700 Online balabanswine.com selectwineonline.com


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Orlando’s- The Lodge at Grants Trail 4398 Hoffmeister Ave., St. Louis 314-638-3340/866-314-7829 Seats up to 125 lodgeatgrantstrail.com Purser Center at Logan College 1851 Schoettler Road 636-227-2100 x1881 Accomodates up to 1500 people logan.edu

Three things every bride wants to be.

Schrader Family Center 14960 Manchester Rd. 636-227-5511 Accomodates up to 80 people

Let the professionals at Spa WingHaven Medical Day Spa pamper you on your special day. • Flawless makeup applications using the luxury makeup line jane iredale • Salon Updo or Style • Premium Hair Extensions • Upscale nail salon featuring Shellac, OPI Gel and new Vinylux nail polish lines • Now offering Premium Eyelash extensions • Custom Spray Tans • Laser Treatments for hair removal & pigmentation

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Hilton Garden Inn 16631 Chesterfield Grove 636-532-9400 Seats 80 St. Louis Marriott West 660 Maryville Center Dr. 314-878-2747 Seats up to 450

Banquet Facilities/ Unique Venues

Call us today to set up your complimentary consultation

The Butterfly House 15193 Olive Blvd. Located in Faust Park 636-733-2339 butterflyhouse.org Accommodates up to 160

636.625.8772 Only 10 minutes from Chesterfield Valley! 2327 Technology Dr • O'Fallon, MO

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St. Louis Hottest Duo!

Chesterfield Amphitheater 631 Veteran’s Place 636-812-9500 parksandrec@chesterfield.mo.us

• Rock • Pop • Country • Classics • Dance

The Gallery of Chesterfield Arts 444 Chesterfield Center 636-519-1955 Accomodate 75-100 chesterfieldarts.org

• Wineries • Bars • Parties • Weddings Venues Include:

JCC Marilyn Fox Building 16801 Baxter Rd. 314-442-3428 Accomodates large groups. All caterers welcome. jccstl.org

Fast Eddies, Innsbrook, Balducci Winery, Montelle, Belmont Vineyards Mosaic, Donatelli’s & Hundreds of Private Parties. Call Dave to Book

314-283-1325

Kemp Auto Museum 16955 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636 537-1718 Parties for up to 700 people kempautomuseum.org

On Facebook Search: Route D davesbigguitar@yahoo.com

Landings at Spirit Golf Club 180 N. Eatherton 636-728-1927 Seats up to 220 Orlando Gardens 2050 Dorsett Road 8352 Watson Rd. 314-453-9000 Seats up to 500 orlandogardens.com

ST. LOUIS’ MOST CREATIVE AND DELICIOUS CAKES FOR 55 YEARS

Orlando Gardens 4300 Hoffmeister Ave. 314-638-6660 Seats up to 850 orlandogardens.com

13700 Olive Blvd. 314-894-0900 WWW.MCARTHURS.COM

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The Studio Inn at St. Albans 454 Studio Rd. 636-458-0131 Seats 10-180 studioinstalbans.com St. Louis Motorsports, LLC Bentley St. Louis Lamborghini St. Louis 1 & 9 Arnage Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63305 636-449-0305 Corporate events only. Villa Farotto Caterer’s

Other Venues For Parties Brunswick Zone Chesterfield 176 Four Seasons Shopping Center 314-469-6550 Accomodates large groups St. Louis Carousel 15189 Olive St. Rd Located in Faust Park 314-615-8383 stlouisco.com/parks accommodates up to 100 West County Family YMCA 16464 Burkhardt Place 636-532-3100 Accomodates large groups ymcastlouis.org

WINERIES/PARTIES

Cedar Lake Cellars Augusta Winery Augusta, MO 636-228-4301 augustawinery.com Balducci’s Vineyards 6601 Hwy 94, Augusta, MO 636-482-8466 Accomodates large groups balduccivineyards.com Cedar Lake Cellars 11008 Schreckengast Road Wright City, MO 636-745-9500 cedarlakecellars.com


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Chandler Hill Vineyards 596 Defiance Road 636-798-2675 chandlerhillvineyards.com Mount Pleasant Winery 5634 High Street, Augusta 636-428-wine x227 mountpleasantwinery.com Montelle Winery 201 Montelle Dr. 636-259-9442 montelle.com no parties in October Sugar Creek Winery 126 Boone Country Lane sugarcreekwines.com 636-987-2400

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636-532-5867 bounceu.com Inflatables to bounce on!

Gametime Sports 18018 Eads Ave. 636-519-0445 bnsgametime.com

Brunswick Zone 176 Four Seasons Center 314-469-6550 bowlbrunswick.com

Hardee’s Iceplex 16851 North Outer Forty Dr. 636-537-4200 hardeesiceplex.com Ice rink can be rented out for parties.

Butterfly House 15193 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield 636-530-0076. butterflyhouse.org Parties for up to 30

High NRG Gymnastix 17732 Edison Ave. 636-532-7762 Chesterfield Mall highenergygymnastix.com Gym activities

Castlewood Stables at Kerber Farms 15811 Jedberg Lane 314-323-3440 castlewoodstables.com Pony rides, hay rides, petting zoo

The Hairy Elephant Hair Salon 106 Holloway Rd 636-227-7647 thehairyelephant.com Hair, nails, makeup, costumes

Chesterfield Arts 444 Chesterfield Center 636-519-1955 chesterfieldarts.org Art and fun parties

My Gym 482 THF Blvd. 636-536-9949 mygym.com/chesterfield

Chuck E. Cheese 15913 Manchester Rd. 636-391-2397 chuckecheese.com Pizza and games

BounceU 17365 Edison Ave.

Olympiad Gymnastics 226 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. 636-532-6909 olympiadgymnastics.org Gymnastic/ tumbling parties

Dream Play 17373 Edison Ave. 636-530-0055 rainbowrecreation.com Indoor playground

Ozzie Smith’s Sports Academy 17359 Edison Ave 636-532-0288 ozziesmithssportsacademy.com Batting cages, soccer camps, parties.

The Painting Paw 140 Chesterfield Valley Drive 636-530-9559 paintingpaw.com Painting ceramics Shear Celebrations 17409 Chesterfield Airport Rd 636-675-9919 Sky Zone Recreational Center 17379 Edison Ave. 636-530-4550 skyzonesports.com Giant Trampolines Snip-Its 142 Chesterfield Valley Dr. 636-519-7647 snipits.com Hair and beauty parties Sports Fusion 140 Long Rd 636-536-6720 chesterfieldsportsfusion.com Indoor mini-golf, rock climbing, games, laser tag and more.

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Annie Gunn's/Smokehouse Market 16806 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-532-7684 Blue Fire Grill 660 Maryville Centre Dr. 314-878-2747

Candicci’s 100 Holloway Road 636-220-8989

Picnic People 5856 Christy Blvd. 314-353-4700 picnicpeoplesaintlouis.com

Charlotte’s Rib 15467 Clayton Rd at Kehrsmill. 636-394-3332

Russo’s Catering 9904 Page Ave, 314-427-6771 Sarah’s Cake Shop & Catering 10 Clarkson/Wilson Centre 636-728-1140 sarahscafestl.com Smokehouse Market 16806 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-532-3314 smokehousemarket.com

RESTAURANT CATERING

Mediterranean Grill 703 Long Road Crossing Dr. 636-536-2101 www.TheMedGrillSTL.com Morgan LeFay’s 14314 S. Outer 40 314-317-9181

Calliers Catering & Delicatessen 14787 Manchester Rd. 636-394-2080

Patty Long Catering 1804 S. 9th St. 314-621-9598

River City Catering 1017 Wolfrum Rd. 314-495-5696

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Noodles & Company 1784 Clarkson Rd. 636-728-1580 Oishi 100 Chesterfield Valley Dr. 636-530-1198 Olive Garden 17198 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-728-1638

Chick-fil-A 17365 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-536-6933

P.F. Changs China Bistro 1295 Chesterfield Pkwy. East 636-532-0215

Clancy’s 930 Kehrs Mill Rd 636-394-2199

PM BBQ 161 Long Rd. 636-536-1966/pmbbq.com

East Coast Pizza 17304 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-536-7888

Salina’s Mexican Cafe 20 Clarkson Wilson Centre 636-530-9010

Espino’s Mexican Bar & Grill 17409 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-0044

St. Louis Bread Company 17132 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-8187 1650 Clarkson Rd. 636-519-0364

Gianfabio Ristorante 127 Hilltown Village Center 636-532-6686 www.gianfabio.com

Scarecrow 1095 Chesterfield Pkwy East 636-536-9440

Goodcents Subs & Pasta 240 Long Rd., #130 636-537-5300

Spiros West 1054 N. Woods Mill Rd. 314-878-4449

Jason’s Deli 17245 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-536-6868

Stefanina’s Express 103 Chesterfield Towne Ctr 636-530-9200

Krieger’s Pub & Grill 1684 Clarkson Rd. 636-530-9665 www.kriegerschesterfield.com

Subway 123 Hilltown Village Center 636-532-1760 274 T-H-F Blvd. 636-733-0006 40 Clarkson Wilson Centre 636-532-0112

McAlister’s Deli 14848 Manchester Rd., Ballwin 636-230-3354

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Surf Dogs 137 Chesterfield Towne Ctr 636-537-8799 www.surfdogsgrill.com Taj Palace 92 THF Blvd. 636-728-1000 tajpalacestl.com Talayna's 68 Four Seasons 314-469-6650 Veritas Gateway to Food and Wine 15860 Fountain Plaza, Elllisville 636-227-6800 Villa Farotto 17417 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-0048 Viviano’s Festa Italiano 150 Four Seasons Ctr on Olive. 314-878-1474 vivianosmarket.com

WINE/LIQUOR Balaban’s wine cellar & tapas bar 1772 Clarkson Road 636-449-6700 balabanswine.com Lukas Liquor Superstore 15921 Manchester Rd. 636-227-4543 www.lukasliquorstl.com The largest selection in Missouri. 141 Liquors: Fine Wines & Spirits 14310 S. Outer 40 Rd. 314-878-0654 St. Louis Wine Market & Tasting Room 164 Chesterfield Commons East 314-583-8431 Naked Vine 1624 Clarkson Rd. 636-536-0711 Randall’s 14201 Manchester Rd. shoprandalls.com


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Veritas Gateway to Food & Wine 1722 Clarkson Rd. 636-227-6800

SALONS/SPAS/ MAKE-UP

Vineyards Wine & Spirits 17223 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-519-9463

Adorn Hair Salon 17660 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-530-9000

Wine & Cheese Place 14748 Clayton Rd. 636-227-9001

American Image 13385 Olive Blvd 314-878-5210

LIMO-CAR SERVICE

Bella Gente Salon 212 THF Blvd. 636-536-2002

Andre LaCompte Limousine Service 636-537-9996 Classic Limousine Service 314-409-2586 Gems Transportation 11744 Missouri Bottom Rd. 314-731-1707 gemtransportation.com Jed’s Limousine Service 314-429-2200 jedlimousine.com Presidential Limousines, Inc 636-451-3600 preslimos.com

ACCOMMODATIONS Comfort Inn & Suites 18375 Chesterfield Airport Rd. 636-530-1200 Doubletree by Hilton St. Louis Conference Center 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd. 636-532-5000 Drury Plaza Hotel 355 Chesterfield Center 636-532-3300 Hampton Inn Chesterfield 16201 Swingley Ridge Rd 636-537-2500 Hampton Inn and Suites 5 McBride & Son Center Dr 636-530-0770 Hilton Garden Inn 16631 Chesterfield Grove Rd 636-532-9400

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Where unique WDNHÁLJKW

European Wax Center 1640 Clarkson Road 636-536-0777 Dominic Michael 17057 Baxter Rd. 636-449-1583

Available year-round!

St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery Medical Spa 17300 North Outer 40 636-530-9020 The Face & The Body Day Spa 1765 Clarkson Rd. 636-532-2500 Hair Resort 121 Long Rd. 636-536-4247

Sophia M . Sachs

Hair Saloon For Men 108 Chesterfield Commons East Rd. 636-536-7707

In Faust Park 15193 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 530-0076 www.butterflyhouse.org

Ju Ju B’s Salon Spa & Boutique 48 Four Seasons Shopping Plaza 314-469-7096

Book Your Special Event at

Mario Anthony’s/Reflections Spa 13447 Olive St. Rd. 314-434-7717

FOUR SEASONS

MaryCates Salon 1354 Clarkson Clayton Center, 636-527-2566 MaryCatesSalon.com Private wedding party room

Book your Wedding, Special Event or Party at Four Seasons Country Club in West County. Enjoy breathtaking views from the Terrace and incredible food from two St. Louis names you know and trust.

Massage Envy 1694 Clarkson Rd./2424 Taylor Rd. 636-532-7733/636-821-2999 MassageEnvy.com

Homewood Suites 840 Chesterfield Pkwy West 636-530-0305

Merle Norman 115 Baxter Shops. 636-394-3945 Make-up only

Residence Inn by Marriott 15431 Conway Rd. 636-537-1444

Metro Design Studio Salon 1662 Clarkson Rd. 314-9833-0444

St. Louis Marriott West 660 Maryville Centre Dr. 314-878-2747

Salon Artiste 1731 Clarkson Rd. 636-530-0060

Sheraton Hotels in Westport 900 West Port Plaza 314-434-5010

Salon Bella 1655 Clarkson Rd. 636-530-0033

SpringHill Suites by Marriott 1065 Chesterfield Pkwy.East 636-519-7500

Salon Elle 1723 Clarkson Rd. 636-537-1811

Wildwood Hotel 2801 Fountain Place, Wildwood 636-733-9100

Salon Escape 50 Clarkson Wilson Centre 636-220-8000

• Seating for up to 100 guests inside and 80 on the beautiful Terrace • 15 Broadmoor Drive at the Corner of Olive & Woods Mill Road in Chesterfield

• Try our lunch Wed-Sat 11-2 pm • Reharsal dinners, showers, meetings, receptions, holiday celebrations • Off-site catering also available

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Studio 703 703 Long Road Crossing 636-536-6770

Things Remembered 252 Chesterfield Mall 636-532-5322

Synergi MedSpa 17000 Baxter Rd. 636-530-6100

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“Nonstop” 636-458-9798/nonstoprock.net

Parties & Props LTD 2622 Rock Hill Industrial Dr 314-963-0880 Sun Rental 11710 St. Charles Rock Rd 314-291-7210

Venetian Nails 1590 Clarkson Rd. 636-536-6000

Moffat Leone Sandora 615-481-5560

Grand Rental Station 570 Rudder Rd., Fenton 636-343-7278

Salon Branca 116 Chesterfield Towne Ctr 636-536-1615

Ta-Da Hair Salon 189 Chesterfield Business Pkwy. 636-532-1224

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Ralph Butler Band 314-283-1783/ralphbutlerband.com Route D Male/female duo with a full band sound. Rock and dance. Facebook- search: Route D 314-283-1325 St. Louis Chamber Orchestra 1400 Elbridge Payne Rd. #110 . 314-516-5936

Bob Kuban Entertainment 17626 Lasiandra www.bobkuban.com, 636-532-0788 Big bands, strolling musicians, harpists, comedians & magicians

Scott Laytham & Karl Holmes 314-576-0838 thollite.com/slaytham@mac.com Smash Band 314-363-9498www.smashband.com

Chesterfield Quartet Wanda Theriac 314-469-3432 www.chesterfieldquartet.com

The Spectrum Band 314-434-7153/spectrumband.net For your wedding, corporate functions, private party or any event.

CJ’s Disc Jockey Service 314-892-0329 www.cjsdiscjockeyservice.com

TKO Disc Jockeys 314-647-3000/tko-djs.com

Double Clique 314-825-5880

Yessir Band 314-913-7913/www.yessirband.com

Elite Pro DJ 636-256-8322/www.eliteprodj.com Crown Rental 18018 Eads Ave 636-536-1117

SPECIALTY CANDY Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate 1743 Clarkson Road 636-537-3300

Eric One-Man-Band 314-821-6124

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Rick Jordan Choclatier 14882 Clayton Road 636-230-9300 Chocolate Fountain Affair 636-230-6763 www.chocolatefountainaffair.com Sallie’s Cake & Candy Supplies 14340 Manchester Rd. 636-394-3030/salliesonline.com

HONEYMOON PLANNING Aero Travel 505 Turbine Ave. 636-537-0005 Brentwood Travel 1022 Executive Parkway Dr 314-439-5700 Gulliver’s Travel 204 W. Pitman, O’Fallon 636-379-2700 Travel Etc #5 The Pines Court, Ste F 314-469-6003 Travel For You 210 Braeshire Dr. 314-660-3039 Wein Travel & Cruises 14959 Conway Rd 314-520-6267


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The Perfect Venue For Your Perfect Day!

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he performance platform is approximately 4,200 sq. ft. and provides unobstructed views of the ceremony as well as a view of the landscaped lake and gazebo that forms a natural backdrop. The lower bowl of the amphitheater provides 304 fixed seats located directly in front of the performance platform. An air-conditioned dressing room with 2 separate bathrooms is available behind the performance platform with ample space for the bridal party to prepare. The upper bowl concourse provides a perfect layout for catered hors d’oeuvres immediately following the ceremony.

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A Wedding in Wine Country The Perfect Venue for your Perfect Day

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our wedding day should be as individual as you are. Comfort, style and ease are all attainable at one of the many wineries in our area. A range of options give you complete control; the families who own and operate the wineries are eager to make your occasion a day you’ll always cherish. Consider framing your “I do’s” in the sunshine of a spectacular, Missouri setting, where your guests can enjoy the beauty of both your wedding and the spectacular landscapes of Missouri Wine Country. MONTELLE WINERY Montelle Winery is ready to host your wedding ceremony and/or reception with style and substance. Situated atop the Osage Ridge, the view of the Missouri River Valley will surround your event, giving a beautiful background to your day- whatever the season or weather.

“The Point”, a gorgeous outdoor space ready for your wedding rehearsal and wedding, will be bedecked with seating and a wrought iron arbor to encircle your nuptials. The Stone House will be available as a bridal dressing room; a personal attendant will be at your service to assist you and the grounds of Montelle will offer many breathtaking settings for your wedding photographs. The facility can accommodate up to 120 guests—a perfect number for that intimate and romantic feel. Montelle also has you covered with a reception dinner package. Rehearsal dinners are available; packages include either the covered deck or indoor dining and gourmet menus served with elegance and style. Both open bar and cash bar options exist; details are available on their website.

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WINE COUNTRY GARDENS A sprawling Victorian home is the setting for your wedding at Wine Country Gardens; 42 acres of landscaped grounds filled with fields of flowers in season, a pond, gazebo, and architectural touches that will enchant you and your guests. This is an affordable yet elegant choice for your wedding, with a ceremony package that includes LED lighting options, audio system and all the standard amenities needed for a perfect event. Their reception package offers a buffet dinner with menu options, an hors d’ oeuvres display and handpicked wine selections. Visit their website for a video of weddings held here, a layout of the many location options for your occasion and more. LOUIS P. BALDUCCI VINEYARDS Balducci Vineyards is a rustic, warm setting that lends an air of intimacy and beauty to each wedding it hosts. A favorite destination for wine enthusiasts year round, the relaxing atmosphere of Balducci is the perfect choice for your special day. Balducci is ready to help you with every aspect of your event, from decorations and music to menu and wine selection. They can accommodate up to 200 guests, and their landscaped property and surrounding views will give you dozens of photography setting options. Karen Nye, Balducci Vineyard’s event coordinator, is well-known for her attention to detail and design esthetic; she is eager to sit with you and help you create a memorable wedding.

Good Luck Traditions For Your Wedding Day 1. Rain on your wedding day? Some say it’s actually good luck. An old wives’ tale explains that when “tying the knot”, rain on the union makes the bond stronger and harder to break. 2. For good luck, Egyptian women pinch the bride on her wedding day. Ouch! 3. In Sweden, a bride puts a silver coin from her father and a gold coin from her mother in each shoe to ensure that she'll never do without. 4. In Holland, a pine tree is planted outside the newlyweds' home as a symbol of fertility and luck.


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The many acres at Sugar Creek Winery and Vineyards allow for an experience like no other. Beginning with your engagement photos, a joyous bridal shower, your festive bachelorette party or your rehearsal dinner, Sugar Creek Winery can accommodate them all.

CHANDLER HILL VINEYARDS Chandler Hill promises a magical experience on your wedding day. Their outdoor deck with its view of the vineyards is one setting they offer; you may opt for a lakeside ceremony or indoors in case of rain (a sign of good luck!). With room for up to 300 of your closest friends, Chandler can accommodate a reception that will delight. Their event coordinator will work with you on your menu, and help select the perfect Chandler wine to complement your fully-catered celebration. MOUNT PLEASANT ESTATES Mount Pleasant Winery wants to give each bride the personalized wedding, reception, shower or rehearsal dinner she’s been dreaming of. They understand the unique nature of each occasion and work closely with the bride to make every detail one she’ll adore. With venue options to accommodate from 25 to 225 guests, your wedding— grand or more personal—will receive the same attention to detail. They are open year-round, and the view is spectacular in each season. See their website for a detailed information packet that will help you select from their myriad of options, and arrange a meeting with their wedding coordinator. SUGAR CREEK WINERY Sugar Creek Winery lends an intimate, family-oriented touch to your wedding day. This charming winery gives you several settings for your occasion; from the smaller areas of the gazebo and courtyard room to the 400-guest capacity of the entire winery.

AUGUSTA WINERY Augusta Winery will lend the charm of a quaint setting in an historic wine-country town. The Owl’s Nest is a perfect spot for a family gathering or rehearsal party. Its 40person capacity is large enough for your entourage but cozy enough to enjoy great conversation and connection. The wine and beer garden can entertain 170 guests; Party trays and limited catering are available through the winery’s sister winery, Montelle. CEDAR LAKE CELLARS Cedar Lake Cellars, nestled amid one hundred acres in Wright City, offers a spectacular setting for weddings, engagements, as well as honeymoons. This is your venue for understated, warm elegance. Tour their facility by appointment and see all the great options and accoutrements they can provide. Whether you prefer a formal sit down dinner or a Wine Country BBQ for your guests, the catering staff can tailor a variety of menus to exceed your expectations. With their charming hearth room (a cozy fireplace to set the romantic tone) or their covered patio (to take in the view), your options are equally divine. YELLOW FARMHOUSE WINERY Yellow Farmhouse in Defiance wants you to relax and enjoy your special day. They can host both your wedding and reception with ease; they understand that each wedding is unique and will work with you to take the fuss out of organizing the details. A flexible menu, great wines and professional, caring staff will take the stress out of the day so you can enjoy your guests and make great memories. Request wedding information and pricing packet through their website, call or visit. Your wedding and the parties that precede and follow your special day are memories in the making. Let the families of Missouri Wine Country wineries host those once-in-a-lifetime moments with style, warmth and experience.

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Montelle Winery 201 Montelle Dr. at Hwy 94, Augusta Matt: 636-228-4464 x21 www.montelle.com Wine Country Gardens 2711 S. Highway 94, Defiance Chris: 636-798-2288 www.winecountrygardens.net Louis P. Balducci Vineyards 6601 Hwy 94 South, Augusta Karen: 636-482-8466 www.balduccivineyards.com Chandler Hill Vineyards 596 Defiance Road, Defiance Heather: 636-798-2675 www.chandlerhillvineyards.com Mount Pleasant Estates 5634 High Street, Augusta Whitney: 636-482-9463 x 231 www.mountpleasant.com Sugar Creek Winery 125 Boone Country Lane, Defiance Lisa: 636-987-2400 www.sugarcreekwines.com Augusta Winery 5601 High Street, Augusta 636-228-4301 x23 www.augustawinery.com Cedar Lake Cellars 11008 Schreckengast Rd, Wright City 636-745-9500 www.cedarlakecellars.com Yellow Farmhouse Vineyard & Winery 100 Defiance Rd, Defiance 314-409-6139 www.yellowfarmhousewines.com

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hrift stores and consignment shops have become not only trendy but a way to save money. They are popular because customers can buy almost anything imaginable-even items that aren’t in production anymore. Sometimes these stores take digging and plowing through to find treasures, but somewhere in there you can find a gently used product or even a brand new product left over from boutiques that have closed. Thrift stores and consignment shops can make it easy to put together a look that is all your own. After creating an outfit or designing a room from a thrift store or consignment shop purchase, it is rather difficult for someone else to have the same look (which all girls know, we hate!).

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accessories to mix and match. Flats, layering necklaces, conversation t-shirts and more are trends that are found here. After bringBy Amanda Gertner ing gently used clothing and accessories into Plato’s Closet, each item is reviewed and given an offer on a price based on style, condition, brand and the store’s current stock levels. For higher-end home furnishings, look no further than Second Sitting Consignments. They carry furniture, sets of crystal and china, rugs, lamps, curio and china cabinets, jewelry, and many other decorative items for less than half their original prices. Several of the items that Second Sitting sells are high-end brand name products, items from interior designers, items leftover from store overstocking, brand new items, as well GOODWILL as items manufactured overseas. Decoratorwww.mersgoodwill.org only products, which cannot be found in fur17355 Edison Ave. / 636-391-1673 niture or department stores are also sold here. 14808 Clayton Road / 636-537-8151 Once an appointment is made, Second 11 Forum Shopping Center / 314-576-1800 Sitting Consignments will price, display and Hours: Mon- Sat 9am-8 pm, Sun 10am- 6pm sell your furniture and home accessories. SAVERS Before the item is sold, a $25 cleaning fee www.savers.com will be charged for the store to do any clean15892 Clayton Road, Ellisville / 636-527-0994 ing. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 10am-6pm The Society of St. Vincent de Paul sells PLATO’S CLOSET quality used clothing, household items, furwww.platoscloset.com niture, books, and new mattresses. Home 1674 Clarkson Road / 636-530-7644 pickups can be scheduled to donate gently Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun Noon-5pm used items by calling the Donations Coordinators at (314) 881-6006. This thrift SECOND SITTING store raises money through sales to the public CONSIGNMENT and serving as an important clothing, furniwww.secondsitting.com ture and new mattress resource. They use a 14081 Manchester Road / 636-527-4747 Hours: Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, voucher system to serve clients referred by Thurs & Fri 10am-7pm individual Parish Conferences. The vouchers Sat 10am-5pm, Sun Noon-5pm are issued to Parish Conferences by the Conference Support team at the Council SOCIETY OF Office. When the client presents a voucher at ST. VINCENT DE PAUL the store, they are entitled to purchase furniwww.svdpstl.org 14660 Manchester Road, Ballwin / 636-207-7837 ture and clothing free of charge up to the Hours: Mon- Sat 9am-8pm amount written on the voucher. Bethesda Thrift Shop offers everything HUT No. 8 from clothing, collectibles, sports equipment, www.hutno8.com 146 Chesterfield Valley Drive / 636-489-2833 toys, furniture, housewares, books, small Hours: Mon- Sat 10 am-8 pm, Sun 12pm-5pm. appliances and more. The store is clean, well organized and well managed. It is run by BETHESDA THRIFT SHOP Lutheran congregations and other church www.BethesdaLutheranCommunities.org 14755 Manchester Road, Ballwin / 636-256-6630 denominations. The income generated by the Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm thrift shop helps provide funding for their mission. 100% of the net profits goes to people with intellectual and developmental disThe ever-popular Plato’s Closet is a conabilities. It depends on donations from the signment shop that buys and sells the latest community. Call to find out how to donate. looks in brand name, gently used clothing

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Here are several in the area: Goodwill is one of the most famous thrift stores in the country. This national thrift store sells furniture, clothing, shoes, housewares, jewelry, electronics, toys, and books. Goodwill uses their proceeds to help local services that assist the handicapped, veterans, victims of domestic violence, people trying to climb out of poverty, and people in their vocational programs. According to Dave Kutchback, Assistant CEO/Chief of Staff at MERS Missouri Goodwill Industries, “our customer demographic leans toward all family members. We see large numbers of middle class people looking for famous brands at rock-bottom prices.” Clothing is the item that is bought most often in Goodwill stores. Spring and fall tend to be the busiest times of the year because the new season’s clothes are being brought out to sell. Another thrift store that is recognized for doing good in the community is Savers. Savers sells furniture, housewares, media, clothing and accessories. Halloween costumes, movies, and holiday season decorations are expected to be major sellers this fall. “Our longstanding success hinges on solid working relationships with 140 nonprofit partners across the US, Canada, and Australia. Every time you donate reusable clothing and household items either to them or directly to us at one of our stores via a Community Donation Center, we pay them. Over the past 10 years, we’ve paid more than $1.5 billion!” says a representative from Savers.

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


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Fall Festivals and Celebrations Mosaics - Missouri Festival for the Arts

Festivals and fun are plentiful in September and October. Treat your family to one or all of these neighborhood celebrations! Mosaics: Missouri Festival for the Arts Date: Fri, Sept 13-Sun Sept 15 Time: Fri, 4pm-9pm: Sat, 11am-9pm: Sun, 11am-5pm Location: Historic Main Street St. Charles Cost: Free Contact: 314-482-5476 or www.stcharlesmosaics.org Family-friendly weekend event, with activities for everyone .Art, great entertainment and the opportunity for children to create their own artwork. St. Charles Oktoberfest Date: Fri, Sept 27- Sun, Sept 29 Time: Fri, 4pm-11pm: Sat, 10am-11pm: Sun, 10am-5pm Location: 222 S. Riverside, St. Charles Cost: Free Contact: www.stcharlesoktoberfest.com Vendors, parade, car show, dachshund races & fashion show. 5K, children’s shows and activities, German music, cold beverages, entertainment for the family. Faust Heritage Festival Date: Sat, Sept 21 & Sun, Sept 22 Time: 10am-5pm Location: Faust Park Cost: $5 adult, $2 children 4-12, Free 3 and under Contact: 314-615-8328 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/faust Demonstrations of blacksmithing, pottery firing, woodworking and other crafts. Hands-on activities. Hayrides, music, children’s activities and rides on the St. Louis Carousel. Concessions available. Augusta’s Harvest Festival Date: Sat, Sept 21 Time: 10am Location: Historic Augusta Cost: Free to visit Contact: 636-228-4005 www.augusta-chamber.org Concert, picnic, activities, shopping, food, dinner, wine and more. Friday night: Augusta Winery concert @ 5:30pm: Register: fee.

3rd Annual Chili Cook-Off Date: Sat, Sept 28 Time: 8am-3pm Location: Stacy Park, Olivette Cost: Fee to cook: Free to taste at Festival Contact: 314-569-3536 www.ccochamber.com for info Register your team of 4 to cook at the annual Cook-off! Visitors can taste chili, 1pm-3pm. Grand prize: $1000. Historic Shaw Art Fair Date: Sat, Oct 5& Sun, Oct 6 Time: Sat, 9am-5pm: Sun, 10am-5pm Location: 4100 and 4200 Flora Place, St. Louis Cost: $7: Bring can of food for $1 off Contact: 314-773-3935 www.shawartfair.org A professionally-juried Fair with135 artists from around the country and a large variety of media and styles. 1st Annual Chili Cook-Off Date: Fri, Oct 11 Time: 5:30pm-9pm Location: Bluebird Park, Ellisville Cost: TBA Contact: 636-227-9660 or www.ellisville.mo.us Come to taste chili and hear musical entertainment. Contact 636-227-7508 to cook; see website for updates. 32nd Annual Deutsch Country Days Date: Sat, Oct 19 & Sun, Oct 20 Time: 9am-5pm Location: Historic Luxenhaus Farm, Marthasville Cost: Advance tickets through 10/1: $14.50-$7.50 38

Contact: 636-433-5669 or www.deutschcountrydays.org See German heritage come alive with cooking, crafts, demonstrations, activities and booths at this huge festival. Town and Country Fall Festival Date: Sat, Oct 19 Time: 9am-Noon Location: Longview Farm Park, Town & Country Cost: Contact Contact: 314-432-6606 www.town-and-country.org Fall festival featuring Impressions of Town & Country -Plein Air Painting competition, booths, concessions, activities, Equine Assisted Therapy hosted pony rides and more. Fall Chili & Beef Dinner Date: Sun, Oct 20 Time: 11am Location: Ebenezer UCC, Augusta Cost: TBA Contact: 636-228-4831 www.augusta-chamber.org Annual food fest in Augusta. Join us for a great time - carryouts available. Assistance League of St. Louis Fall Gala Date: Sat, Oct 26 Time: 6pm: cocktail hour, 7pm: dinner, entertainment and live auction Location: Edward Jones Atrium, Des Peres Cost: $200-$150: $1500 for ten persons Contact: 636-227-6200 or www.alstl.org Raising funds to help support philanthropic projects. All funds raised remain in the St. Louis community.


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Red Nose Lighting, a full service Christmas and special event lighting company, is ready to create a “simply elegant” Christmas lighting display for your home and/or business. The company is owned by SealMaxx of Greater St. Louis, Inc. and has been serving the area since 2004. Here is how the Christmas lighting service works. Red Nose Lighting offers a free in-home/office design consultation where they help the customer put together the perfect display, one that fits your home or business and most importantly your budget! They arrive

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ealMaxx presents you with a unique opportunity to never seal your wood deck and dock or your concrete driveway or patio again! SealMaxxPlus sealants create a permanent internal bond with the wood fibers and/or the limestone within the concrete. If a deck board rots in the next 25 years, SealMaxx will replace their product and their labor for you at no charge. Owners David Monahan and Ed Wolf, or one of their representatives, would be happy to assess your property, review your project, and explain the

SealMaxxPlus Process in detail. They service the Greater St. Louis area, Metro East, Lake Ozark, Columbia and Jefferson City, MO. SealMaxx offers you the finest quality products available, with the highest degree of customer service possible at a fair and reasonable price. Call today for a no obligation, no cost consultation. 636.294.6299 or www.sealmaxxplus.com Out & About / Sept-Oct, 2013


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bitter cold wind swirls through crackling leaves, reminding us that Halloween—that spookiest of holidays—is almost here. Our celebration of this ancient day can range from family-friendly to downright terrifying, but we all enjoy the shivery excitement of this creepy night. We’ve dressed up in everything from Casper costumes to chainsawripped rags, carved huge orange melons into grinning lanterns and begged for candy from our neighborhood friends since the late 1800s. Though the origins of these traditions may have been pagan and somewhat gruesome, modern life has turned Halloween into a yearly celebration of fun and make-believe.

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Jack-O-Lanterns During ancient Celtic times, glowing jack-o-lanterns, carved from turnips or gourds, were set on porches and in windows to act as protection against malevolent spirits. Early Irish settlers found pumpkinsnative to America-easier to carve, and burning lumps of coal were used inside as a source of light, later to be replaced by candles.

Halloween Costumes The tradition of dressing in costume for Halloween has both European and Celtic roots. Hundreds of years ago, winter was a time of famine for many, and those afraid

of the dark dreaded the short daylight of the winter months. On Halloween, it was believed that ghosts came back to the earthly world. People thought that they would encounter ghosts if they left their homes. To avoid being recognized by the ghosts, people wore masks outside after dark so that the ghosts would mistake them for fellow spirits. People also place bowls of food outside their homes to appease the ghosts and prevent them from attempting to enter.

HAYRIDES Fall Hayrides Thursdays: Oct 3, 10, 17 6:30pm-8pm Bluebird Park, Ellisville $9-$7 636-227-9660 or www.ellisville.mo.us History Hayrides at Faust Park Fri, Oct 11 & Sat, Oct 12 6pm-7pm-8pm Faust Park $10 per person: Must register in advance 314-615-8328 or 314-615-4386 or www.stlouisco.com/parks/faust

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During ancient Celtic times, glowing jack-o-lanterns, carved from turnips or gourds, were set on porches and in windows to act as protection against malevolent spirits Trick-or-Treating Our Halloween tradition of "trick-ortreating" probably dates back to the early All Souls' Day parades in England. During the festivities, poor citizens would beg for food, and families would give them pastries in return for their promise to pray for the family's dead relatives. By the turn of the 20th century, parents had successfully turned Halloween into a family party, celebrated by all ages with games, food and festive costumes. Neighborhood Parties and Celebrations Halloween evolved into a more community-friendly holiday in the mid-twentieth century, with town-wide parades and parties. Trick-or-treating returned to popularity as an inexpensive way for neighborhoods to celebrate. In theory, families could also prevent tricks being played on them by providing the neighborhood children with small treats.


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Halloween Happenings PUMPKINS Jolly Jack-O-Lanterns at the Carousel (ages 3-5) Tues, Oct 22 10:30am-11am & 1:30pm-2pm Faust Park $12 per person per class: must register 314-615-8383or stlouisco.com/parks/carousel

PARTIES & FUN Yappy Howl-O-Ween Fri, Oct 18 4pm-6:30pm Chesterfield Dog Park, Eberwein Park $5: free for dog park members chesterfield.mo.us

Boo Fest Sat, Oct 19 4:30pm Chesterfield Amphitheater $8-$6 Register at Chesterfield City Hall

Hayrides Rural America in the late 1800s was not known for frivolous fun. Farm work was hard; the long days of summer were spent tending to livestock and gardens. When fall came and the harvest was finished, it was time to celebrate. Halloween was the perfect holiday to utilize the wagons and horses for a trip along winding roads in the crisp air. Often, the ride was accompanied by haunted stories and scary scenes set up along the route. More often, the ride was a chance to be together with friends, to pitch a little woo (if you know what that means, you’ve done it!) in the scratchy hay, and just make memories. And, of course, the hayride usually ended with a blazing bonfire. Whatever your Halloween plans, enjoy the make-believe of this unusual celebration. by Robin Garrison Leach

Jolly Jack-O-Lanterns at the Carousel Tues, Oct 22 10:30am &1:30pm Faust Park Register: 314-615-8383

Sherlock Holmes: Vampire Hunter Thurs, Oct 24-Sat, Oct 26 7:30pm Chesterfield Community Theatre $8-$5 636-532-6515 or ymca.org

Boo Bash at the Carousel Fri, Oct 25 6pm-8pm Faust Park $7 advance, $9 door: 12 months and under free w/paid adult 314-615-8383 or stlouisco.com/parks/carousel

Pumpkin Prowl Sat, Oct 26 11am-1pm St. Louis Community College Wildwood Free: must register 636-422-2244 to register Children’s Halloween Parade Wed, Oct 30 6pm-7pm Westport Plaza Free: Must register 314-758-2599

Zombie Chase Trail Run Sat, Oct 19, 9am Castlewood State Park $25 by 10/16 www.ballwin.mo.us or at Ballwin Commons Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run Sat, Oct 19 Registration 6:30am, Race 8am Chesterfield Towne Centre Contact 636-532-3399 or www.chesterfieldmochamber.org

BOO! Halloween, Spirits from the Past (family friendly!) Sat, Oct 19 Tours begin at 6pm Daniel Boone Home $10- $6 636-798-2005 or www.danielboonehome.com

St. Charles Ghost Tours (Friday and Saturday Nights) 7:00pm, 9:30pm, Midnight (By reservation) Main Street, Saint Charles 314-374-6102 or www.stcharlesghosts.com

The Legend of "Stingy Jack" The practice of carving Jack O’ Lanterns came from an Irish myth about a man nicknamed "Stingy Jack." According to the story, Stingy Jack invited the Devil to have a drink with him. Stingy Jack didn't want to pay for his drink, so he convinced the Devil to turn himself into a coin that Jack could use to buy their drinks. Once the Devil did so, Jack decided to keep the money and put it into his pocket next to a silver cross, which prevented the Devil from changing back into his original form. Jack eventually freed the Devil, under the condition that he would not bother Jack for one year and that, should Jack die, he would not claim his soul. Soon after, Jack died. As the legend goes, God would not allow such an unsavory figure into Heaven. The Devil, upset by the trick Jack had played on him and keeping his word not to claim his soul, would not allow Jack into Hell. He sent Jack off into the dark night with only a burning coal to light his way. Jack put the coal into a carved-out turnip and has been roaming the Earth with ever since. The Irish began to refer to this ghostly figure as "Jack of the Lantern," and then, simply "Jack O' Lantern."


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Tasty Tidbits from Eateries in and Around Chesterfield Recipe: Tabbouleh The Mediterranean Grill Chef/Owner: Elie Harir 703 Long Road Crossing Drive • 636-536-2101 • www.TheMedGrillSTL.com INGREDIENTS • 3 tablespoons cracked wheat • 2 medium fresh tomatoes (do not use beefsteak tomatoes) • 1/2 green pepper • 1 green onion • 1/2 cup parsley • 1/2 cup cilantro • 1/2 cup mint leaves • 2 tablespoons red onions • 1/2 cup olive oil • 1/4 cup lemon juice • salt and pepper to taste • Soak the cracked wheat in water at room temperature for 15 minutes. • Drain and air dry the wheat. • Dice onions, tomatoes and peppers. • Chop the parsley, cilantro and mint into small pieces, but not too small

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(they will turn dark and discolored if chopped too finely.) Put all of the ingredients in a bowl. Add the olive oil and lemon juice. Add salt and pepper to taste. Mix all the ingredients together. Note: You can make the cracked wheat and vegetables in advance, but do not add the juices and oil until you're ready to serve.

Caramel Apple Martini at Oceano Bistro 16125 Chesterfield Parkway West • 636-536-9404 • www.oceanobistro.com 1/4 cup salted crushed peanuts 1 oz. apple cider 1 squeeze lemon Caramel syrup to taste 1 1/2 oz. Sobeski Caramel Vodka 1/2 oz. Apple Pucker Dip and swirl the rim of the glass, lightly coating with caramel, then dip and lightly coat into the peanuts. Set aside. • Pour vodka, lemon, apple liquor and apple cider into shaker. Fill

boston shaker with ice and add caramel apple martini mixture. Shake vigorously and pour into the prepared martini glass. Yum. Delicious, Enjoy! Better yet stop on by and let the bartendars at Oceano concoct one just for you.

• 15 Hot Dog Variations • Salads • Italian or Polish Sausage • Gyros • BLT • Burgers • Jerk Chicken • Brats

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• Sa u v i g n o n B l a n c v s . F u m e B lanc: These are the same grape. Sauvignon has citrus and grapefruit characteristics. Usually medium to high in acidity. Fume has the same characteristics except it's aged in oak barrels. This gives the wine a tint of wood. • Pinot Grigio vs. Pinot Gris: These are also the same grape. A lot of wine people refer to Pinot Grigio as Italian in origin. Pinot Gris origin is every other place except Italy. • Chablis is a French Chardonnay. • Red Burgundy is a French Pinot Noir. • Shiraz vs. Syrah: This is also the same grape. Shiraz is referred to the wine whose origin is Australia. Syrah is from every other country. Australian style of Shiraz is very fruit forward. Syrah, in general, is very earthy and dryer than Shiraz. The way the wine is made brings out the different flavor profiles. • Syrah vs. Petite Sirah: Two completely different grapes that produce different wines. Petite Sirah is so dark it's almost black. There is also a slight smell of concord grapes. Petite Sirah is much bigger than Syrah. It is the classic "teeth stainer." • The word "Meritage" is a name from California. It refers to an American Bordeaux blend. The roots of this word is California by nature, not French. When pronouncing this word, remember it rhymes with heritage. Remember to visit our website to see everything we are tasting on weekends (free tastings on every Saturday)as well as new items and events happening at Lukas Liquor, 15921 Manchester Rd., 636-227-4543. lukasliquorstl.com

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15920 Manchester Rd • 636-227-4543 • www.lukasliquorstl.com Compliments of Gary Bilder, proud owner!

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Voted #1 Sports Bar in Chesterfield • 2010, 2011 & 2012 Follow us on Facebook!

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Join Us For Lunch or Dinner • Fresh Fish • Veal • Chicken • Pasta • Steaks • Lamb • Pizza • Calzone • Dessert • Gourmet Coffee Lunch Hours: Mon-Fri, 11 am to 2 pm Dinner: Mon-Thurs, 5-9:30 pm. Fri & Sat, 5-10:30 pm

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Football and Baseball Specials! • Great Happy Hour • Book Your Private Party with Us! • Kids Free on Tues • Kitchen Open Late

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

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The Restaurant

Upscale Dining featuring Global Cuisine

SCENE By Pat Catanzaro, Publisher

Wine Dinners, Tastings & News:

Mikki Jones, Owner

CANDICCI’S

Take a Wine Tasting/Dinner Tour of the Mediterranean This Fall at Bistro 1130. Come Aboard!

100 Holloway Road, Ballwin 636-220-8989/candiccis.net

BALABAN’S 1772 Clarkson Road @ Baxter 636-449-6700/balabanswine.com Chocolate and Wine Tasting Date: Wed, Sept 7 at p.m. $30 per person plus tax Kim Bradley with Chesterfield’s Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company joins Balaban’s Café for an evening combining a variety of wines and chocolate. Wente Wine Dinner Date: Sun, Sept 22 at 6:30 p.m. $85 pp plus tax & gratuity Enjoy a five course meal with wine pairing and learn more about this historic winery. Tamber Bey Wine Dinner Date: Sun, Oct 20 at 6:30 p.m. $85 pp plus tax & gratuity Tamber Bey is a 100% estate grown winery located in the heart of the Napa Valley, California. Balaban’s will present a five course with Tamber Bey wine pairing. Orin Swift Wine Tasting Date: Wed, Oct 30 6-8 p.m. $30 per person plus tax Orin Swift is known for creating some of the world’s best red blended wines and has unique labels. On the eve of Halloween, discover how scary good these wines are to enjoy!

Enjoy Wine & Cuisine From our Ports of Call! Tuesday, Sept 24 at 5:30 pm We travel between Portugal, Spain, France and Italy. $75/person boarding pass. Tuesday, Oct 22 at 5:30 pm We travel between Austria, Prague and Germany. $75/person boarding pass.

Sunday Brunch Menu Come enjoy Sunday breakfast on Candicci’s lovely patio. Great fritatta’s, etc. on the menu. $3 Bloody Mary’s & Mimosa’s as swell! Ask about the fresh produce and herbs for purchase.

636-394-1130 1130 Town & Country Crossing Drive (Corner of Clayton & Woods Mill) www.bistro1130.com

OCEANO BISTRO 16125 Chesterfield Parkway West 636-536-9494/oceanobistro.com Champagne & Oysters Every Tuesday from 4 till close Oceano features a dozen oysters and a glass of bubbles for $12 per person.. Oyster varietals will change weekly.

OTHER NEWS... Balaban’s Promotes Phillips to Executive Chef

SUNDAY BREAKFAST 9 am 2 pm Bob Candice

Celebrating A30 TasteYears! of the Hill!

BISTRO 1130 1130 Town & Country Crossing Dr. 636-394-1130/bistro1130.com Tour of the Mediterranean Wine Dinner/Tasting Date: Tue, Sept 24 at 5:30 p.m. and Tue Oct 22 at 5:30 p.m. $75 pp plus tax & gratuity Enjoy an elegant multi-course dinner paired with wines from the Mediterranean. In Sept. tastes from Portugal, Spain, France and Italy. In Oct. tastes from Austria, Prague and Germany.

D. Scott Phillips, after nine months as Balaban’s catering and banquet chef, moves up to executive chef of the Chesterfield restaurant, retail wine store and reincarnation of the legendary Café Balaban’s.

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

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

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

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RESTAURANT SPOTLIGHT

Serving Great Italian Food For 30+ Years

Krieger’s By Pat Catanzaro, Publisher

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rieger’s Sports Bar & Grill has been voted the #1 sports bar in Chesterfield three years in a row by Out & About readers! Family owned and operated, Krieger’s offers a nice, casual atmosphere and some fabulous food. The menu includes a good variety of appetizers, salads, soups, pastas, pizza, sandwiches, wraps, burgers and dinner entrees as well.The burgers rate up there with the best of them! Happy hour is held in the bar every day with food and drink specials. Kids eat free on Tuesdays.There are lots of TV’s around to watch your favorite sporting event. On game days Krieger’s has lots of special offers, so check the website for what’s happening. Bar hours are 11 am to midnight during the week, until 1 am Fri & Sat, 10 pm Sun.The kitchen is open until 10 pm Sun-Thurs, and until midnight Fri & Sat. Pizzas are available after the kitchen closes for that late night craving.The pizzas are some of the best in townSt. Louis style! If Krieger’s is not already one of your favorite neighborhood bars- it should be! Visit sometime soon. Kriegers is located at 1684 Clarkson Road. Call 636-530-9665 or go to www.kriegerschesterfield.com for more information.

SPAGHETTERIA

St. Louis ONLY Pizzeria Offering 4 Distinct Styles Daily Lunch Express $8.99 Featuring All You Can Eat Pizza, Pasta & Salad

St. Louis (Thin Crust) Chicago (Deep Pan) New York (Hand Tossed) Artisan (Semi Thick) Also offering more than 20 pastas and a great selection of entrees - chicken, beef, veal, lamb & seafood

• Serving Lunch & Dinner • Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Burgers, Wraps and Desserts

Delivery & Catering Banquet Rooms 68 Four Seasons Center (Olive & Woods Mill) • 314-469-6650

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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- Nov/Dec. We will also be out & about snapping some of our own-so Smile! Post by October 15 to be considered for publication.

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