Things to do around the LOU

Join JULIE TRISTAN & the St. Louis Area Foodbank on June 1 at the Chesterfield Amphitheater for the 2nd annual Rock Out Hunger concert. Food trucks, beverages and live music are sure to be a great kick-off to your weekend. This is a family-friendly event. Guests are allowed to bring in chairs and blankets, but outside drinks, food and coolers are prohibited. Tickets are $10

Band lineup:

5 p.m. – Gates open

6 p.m. – Groovethang

7:30 p.m. – Dr. Zhivegas

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St. Charles County Relay For Life, Saturday June 2nd, 3pm-10pm at Frontier Park on 500 S Riverside Drive, There will be an survivor/caregiver Walk, Luminaria Ceremony, it's the first annual Rally on the Riverfront, Bring your family down to enjoy live music, food trucks, a beer garden, a bounce house for the kids, and so much more! Join them as them come together to celebrate lives and lead the fight for a world without cancer! FIND OUT MORE CLICK HERE

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International Horseradish Festival

What other spicy root vegetable gets its own festival? Have fun and clear your sinuses at this 31st annual event, which moves from Woodland Park to West Main Street in Collinsville. Buy horseradish freshly grated and packaged without preservatives, enter your favorite recipe in the bloody mary contest, play root golf or compete in the root toss.

June 1, 2018, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm at West Main Street, Collinsville, West Main Street, Collinsville, IL 62234

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Join us for the Jungle Boogie Friday Night Concert Series presented by Mid America Chevy Dealers, Fridays, 5 to 8 p.m., May 25–August 31, 2018. Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is free. Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. Check out the band line-up and get more info here.

All ages can enjoy music on the outdoor stage in the center of the Zoo. In addition to the music, there will be animal-related kid’s activities focusing on the conservation of endangered species through the Zoo’s WildCare Institute.

Enjoy craft beer, wine and more from our outdoor bar in the plaza. The Zoo's central dining locations will be open offering many snack and dinner options.

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Last seen at STAGES in its Inaugural Season, I DO! I DO! tells the poignant story of 50 years in the married lives of Michael and Agnes.  This two character musical version of the comedy/drama “The Fourposter” takes place entirely in a bedroom and takes its audience on a whirlwind journey that begins in 1895 and ends half a century later.  I DO! I DO! offers its audiences a frank look at the miracle of marriage as Michael and Agnes experience childbirth, parenthood, and the eventual settling down to face the future and their advancing years together. Originally written for the Broadway stars, Mary Martin and Robert Preston, STAGES employs the innovative theatrical hat-trick of two separate rotating casts: neither of which you will want to miss! An unabashed gift to the many couples who have walked through our doors, I DO! I DO! will be sure to steal your heart while celebrating the many triumphs and heartaches of marriage: past, present, and future! 

For more information or to purchase tickets click here!

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FRIDAY June 1st, 2pm-10pm, Strange Folk Festival is St. Louis's largest and longest-running indie craft show featuring your favorite local makers and visiting talent. You'll always find unique handmade wares, the best local bands, mobile restaurants, and atmospheric whimsy....South Grand Blvd And Loughborough Ave

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Saturday, June 2 Cigar Guitar Box Festival at Hwy 61 Roadhouse, you can find out how to play and build different types of cigar box guitars.  Guitar and guitar parts vendors will be open on the parking lot from 11am - 5pm.  They will also have a build your own booth where for a nominal fee you will be able to build your own cigar box guitar out of various parts supplied by the booth.

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The Lung Force Expo is a one day program designed for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals to learn more about the latest information and resources surrounding asthma, COPD, lung cancer, and other lung diseases.  A patient/caregiver track, as well as a professional track, with contact hours for nurses and respiratory therapists will be offered.  Local lung health experts will present current medical information on topics that will have the most impact on those whose lives are affected by such conditions, as well as provide up-to-date medical information to healthcare professionals to better serve their community.  By participating in the Lung Force Expo you are helping change what it means to live with lung disease.

Date: Friday, June 1, 2018

Time: Patient/Caregiver track: 9:00-2:00, Healthcare professional track: 7:30-3:30

Location:  Clayton Plaza Hotel     7750 Carondelet Ave     Clayton, Mo 63105

Cost: Patient/ Caregiver track: $15          Healthcare professional track (6 contact hours included): $65

Registration: action.lung.org/site/TR?…

Contact Rachel Sanford (314) 449-9147 or Laura Turner (314) 449-9145 for additional information.

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