Monday, March 26, 2012
Here's a sampling of reader-submitted deadlines this week in and around Clayton and Richmond Heights that you won't want to miss.
Each week Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch presents Last Chance, a feature aimed at highlighting reader-submitted deadlines for community events such as plays, art exhibits, fundraisers, volunteer opportunities and more. Here are five deadlines coming up this week: The Scoop on the Coop: An Overview of Raising and Caring for Backyard Chickens Details: "The presenter is Bill Ruppert, a St Louis urban chicken enthusiastic who gives talks on this topic to various groups each year. The items covered in his talk include understanding the “culture” of chickens; nutrition and general health care; sustainable shelter design; how and where to purchase chicks; preparing for the arrival of chicks, and much more." Deadline: Thursday, March 29 Where: …
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Free music classes in Clayton, discounted groceries in the St. Louis area and a free Shakespeare performance make the list this week.
This week, Frugal Family scoured local sources to come up with great deals on children's music classes, food, wine and beer, and entertainment. Remember to check with the merchants for additional conditions. 1. BSKI CHILDREN'S EDUCATION CENTER — KINDERMUSIK FREE VISITING DAYS Deals: Good through: Visting classes are scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. Classes are approximately 45 minutes long. Reservations are required. Please check the website for a full schedule of free visiting days and directions. There is no expiration date noted for scholarships. 2. ALDI Deal: Get a 12-ounce bag of salad this week for $.39, a 10-ounce package of grape tomatoes for $.99, a 13-ounce package of peppers for $.99, …
Thursday, March 17, 2011
The St. Louis pub is an ideal locale to spend St. Patrick's Day.
Throughout my life, St. Patrick's Day has been a major holiday for my family. First off, you can probably tell from the start of my last name (McK-) that my ancestors hail from the Emerald Isle. Secondly, I'm from the Boston area, which is so rich in Irish culture that St. Patrick's Day is celebrated like Mardi Gras or July Fourth. That being said, I've made it a priority to find an authentic and fun place to spend my time on St. Patty's Day, and almost everyone I asked for advice pointed me in the direction of Kilkenny's in downtown Clayton. Located on North Central Avenue next to John P. Fields Pub and Restaurant, Kilkenny's prides itself as being the premier pub in the area for all things relating to Irish culture. The pub is named …
Thursday, February 24, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Friday.
Here are the top stories from Patch sites in your area: