Sunday, January 24, 2010

St. Louis Activist Events for Jan 25-31

This Week's Events:

Tags used in this post: #politics #savebauer #lgbt #science #grassroots #anti-oppression #haiti #international #gaza #urbanism

Monday, January 25, the Young Democrats of Greater St. Louis's first meeting of 2010 is at 7 PM at Maggie O'Brien's (2000 Market Street). #politics

Also Monday, please stop by this week's Co-Op Cafe featuring and donate some money to help save the Cervantes House from being foreclosed. #savebauer

Tuesday, January 26, there will be a free tax seminar for same-sex couples at the LGBT Center (625 N. Euclid) from 6-8 PM. #lgbt

Also Tuesday, Amnesty International-St. Louis City is having their monthly letter writing meeting at the Hartford Coffee Company (3974 Hartford Street) at 7 PM.

Also Tuesday, the Webster University College Democrats have their first meeting of the year. #politics

Wednesday, January 27, the Schlafly Bottleworks (2100 Locust) will be hosting the January edition of Science on Tap at 7 PM, featuring Professor William Wallace speaking about the amazing Michealangelo. #science

Also Wednesday, the Royale (3132 S. Kingshighway) will be holding a State of the Union Watch Party starting at 7 PM. #politics

Also Wednesday, the Interfaith Committee for Latin America will be holding a Peru Dinner with vegetarian options at 7 PM at Mango (1101 Lucas).  #international

Also Thursday, there will be a Taste of Haiti Earthquake Awareness Event at the Danforth University Center room 300 at Washington University from noon to 1:30.  #haiti

Also Thursday, several St. Louis news personalities will be speaking on the future of downtown St. Louis at the Old Post Office (815 Olive) at 6 PM. #urbanism

Also Thursday, there will be a benefit for Haiti at the Tin Can Tavern from 6 PM to midnght. #haiti

Thursday, January 28, Drinking Liberally-St. Louis City will be cavorting at the Premium Lounge (4199 Manchester) at 6:30. #politics #drinking

Also Thursday, the Pulitzer Foundation (3716 Washington) will be hosting a panel discussion of art-based community interventions at 7:30 PM. #community

Friday, there's a benefit to Save Cervantes Free University along with Professor Jerome Bauer, an important member of the student activism community for many years.  The benefit will be at the Wash U Co-Op (6021 Pershing) from 7 PM til late and will feature several great local bands and musicians! #savebauer

Saturday, January 30, on Christmas Day, Missouri Highway Patrolman Dennis Engelhard was struck and killed while on duty in Eureka.  Englehard had been in a loving relationship for nearly 15 years and is survive by a partner and their son, but Missouri law tragically does not permit employee benefits to be extended to same-sex couples.  Show Me No Hate is holding a memorial for Engelhard at 2 PM at Christ Church Cathedral, 1210 Locust. #lgbt

Also Saturday, it's the 30th anniversary celebration of important grassroots group Organization for Black Struggle.  The event will feature Alice Lovelace and will be at 4 PM at the Sheldon Concert Hall (3648 Washington Blvd).  #grassroots #anti-oppression

Also Saturday, Gay Invasion is hosting a Guerilla Gay Bar evening starting at 11 PM.  If I told you where it would be, then it wouldn't be guerilla, would it?  But I'm sure you can find out if you join the event on facebook.  #lgbt

Sunday, January 31, the Regional Arts Commission (6128 Delmar) will be collecting hygiene kit items for Haiti from 11 AM to 2 PM. #haiti

Also Sunday, the St. Louis activists who traveled across the world for the Gaza Freedom March will speak about their experiences at the St. Louis Friends Meeting House (1001 Park) at 4 PM.  #gaza

Also Sunday, Cicero's (6691 Delmar) will be holding a benefit concert for Haiti from 6 to 11 PM. #haiti

No comments:

Post a Comment