Racial Formation Symposium at Missouri History Museum Sat. Noon:"Neighborhood Change & The Delmar Divide," with CWEnder & W. U. Executive Vice-Chancellor for Admin. Hank Webber and W. U. Assistant Professor Jason Purnell; 2 p.m.:"Racial Formation & the Delmar Divide" with Michael Omi, free event, Lee Auditorium.
Shake 38 rolls out all over town! All of Shakespeare’s 38 plays are performed by 38 different groups in a variety of neighborhoods and locations. From performances on rooftops to bars to coffee shops to street corners, only one rule exists: Make the play happen any way you see fit. The performances have included work by actors, visual artists, musicians, dancers, sculptors, and even chefs!
Dining Out for Life Thurs. Many neighborhood restaurants participating (Atlas, Brasserie by Niche, Gamlin Whiskey House, Nathalie's, Pickles, SubZero, Taste, Scottish Arms). At least 25% of your check donated to St. Louis Effort for Aids.
Flora Conservancy Plant Sale Sat. 5/10 8 - 3:30, proceeds benefit not-for-profit organization that landscapes & maintains plantings in Forest Park, St. Louis City Greenhouse, 5600 Clayton Ave. (near Jewel Box bordering Hwy 40/64). To volunteer: (314) 289-5323.