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It’s Time to Celebrate Outdoors with Song, Dance and Dogs

Since the calendar shows it’s spring, what better way to enjoy the season than experiencing special events in our area parks.

It’s Time to Celebrate Outdoors with Song, Dance and Dogs It’s Time to Celebrate Outdoors with Song, Dance and Dogs It’s Time to Celebrate Outdoors with Song, Dance and Dogs

This week’s Get Out suggestions have gone to the dogs! You and your four-legged friend can raise money for the American Cancer Society by walking together on Saturday. Then on Sunday, pop over to Forest Park and participate in the many activities showcased at the Earth Day Festival. For some indoor fun you can research your family history, shop for jewelry or take your little girl to a fancy story time. Whatever you’re in the mood for, we have selected a variety of events to meet your needs.

Bark for Life of West County MO
An event is always more fun when you can spend it with your best friend. And if you both can have a good time while helping a worthwhile cause then it becomes a “must do” activity. The American Cancer Society Bark for Life™ is a twist on its signature Relay for Life events where you and your dog enjoy a walk through one of Saint Louis County’s beautiful parks. The day also includes demonstrations, contests and games.

Where/When:
Love Park, 2239 Mason Lane, Ballwin.
Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m.—2 p.m.

Pricing: $25 with a credit card; $20 by cash or check.

More information and to register: E-mail sara.downard@cancer.org or visit Sign Up to register.


Earth Day: Party for the Planet
This year’s Earth Day Festival is packed with sites, sounds and activities. Listen to a variety of bands and musical groups playing at two stages, watch artists painting live, take in the belly dancing performance, meditate in the Peace Garden and enjoy the All Species Parade. There are yoga sessions, bicycling through ecosystems, educational activities and more.

Where/When:
Forest Park, Muny Grounds
Sunday, April 17, 11 a.m.—6 p.m.

Pricing: Free and open to the public.

More information: Call (314) 282-SLED, send an email info@stlouisearthday.org, or click here for event program and map.


History and Genealogy in Newspapers
Celebrities get to trace their roots on television programs with the help of many experts. If you’ve ever considered researching your family background but don’t know any experts, attend this class on navigating through subscription newspaper databases. Suitable for teens and adults.

Where/When: St. Louis County Library–Headquarters, Computer Classroom, 1640 S. Lindbergh, Frontenac
Thursday, April 14, 2 p.m.—4 p.m.

Pricing: Free but registration is required.

More information: Call (314) 994-3300.


Heather Moore Trunk Show
Just in time for Mother’s Day and graduation, this trunk show will feature one-of-a-kind, hand-made pieces of jewelry. Select a customized gift that she’ll wear forever. Enjoy refreshments while shopping.

Where/When:
Ylang Ylang, 81 Plaza Frontenac, Frontenac
Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16, 11 a.m.—6 p.m.

More information: Call (314) 567-5555 or email info@ylangylang.com.


Storytime: Even Fancy Girls Need Their Rest!
Do you have a Fancy Girl in your family? Is she a fan of Fancy Nancy? Then you don’t want to miss this storytime reading of Fancy Nancy and the Late, Late Night.

Where/When:
Barnes & Noble, Ladue Crossing Shopping Center, 8871 Ladue Rd., Ladue
Friday, April 15, 10 a.m.
Pricing: Free.

More information: Call (314) 862-6280.

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