Monday, August 31, 2009

Around St. Charles County

Tuesday, September 15
Your Personal Economic Recovery

7-8 p.m.
Middendorf-Kredell Branch, St. Charles-St. Charles County Library District

Today's economic environment may be one of the most challenging. Take control of your financial situation - and the sooner you act, the better. Learn about the steps that can help prepare you for a potential recovery and keep your financial future on track. Presented by Gary W. Weber, Edward Jones.

Tuesday, September 15

7 pm to 9 pm

St. Charles Nonprofit Development Center, 425 Spencer Road

Open House presentation by the St. Louis Audubon Society. Refreshments will be served while you wander exhibits, pickup informational materials, and meet the folks that make it happen around the Metro Region. From birding to education to hands-on conservation activities and more.
Info call 314-599-7390

Friday, September 18-Sunday, September 20
Friday: 4 pm - 9 pm
Saturday: 11 am - 9 pm
Sunday: 11 am - 5 pm

Historic St. Charles Downtown District

Approximately 125 artists from across the country are selected to come to St. Charles to exhibit and sell their works. Mediums represented include painting, sculpture, jewelry, and many other fine arts. Other activities include A Mentor Me program, an Art for Youth gallery, and a Kids Creation Station. Food and other refreshments are available throughout the festival grounds.
For info: call 636-940-5178 or visit

September 25 - October 25, 2009

Quilt National
Tuesday-Saturday hours are 10 am - 5 pm
Open until 9 pm on Wednesdays
Sunday hours are 12 pm-4 pm

Foundry Art Centre, 520 N. Main Stree

Quilt National is a biennial, international, juried and judged quilt art competition. Quilt National has showcases the most exciting & innovative trends in the medium and promotes quilt making as what it always has been - an art form. Jurors will select works that represent unique approaches and demonstrate the breadth & diversity of contemporary expressions. An educational lecture series will run in conjunction with the exhibition.

Tuesday, September 29
Escape To Araluen/Ranger’s Apprentice
7 p.m.
Middendorf-Kredell Branch, St. Charles City-County Library
Experience the story, live the action with the Viking Story Pirates of New York City.
Info: Register online at or call 636 978.7926

Wednesday, September 30
When Should Ms. Daisy Stop Driving?
3-4:30 p.m
Progress West Highway K Medical Building & Urgent Care Center
Designed for the impaired senior driver and their loved ones, this discussion separates fact from fiction on the safety of older drivers. Call 636.344.2273 to register.

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