Headed to Vintage Vinyl for Record Store Day 2014?
Be sure to check out the 2nd Annual
Spring Sidewalk Sale in The Loop!
Mark your calenders because on
Saturday, April 19th,
The Loop is the place to be.
Trust us. You will not want to miss this.
More details coming soon…
Come by Fleur de Lou on Saturday, April 19
and receive a free egg from Chocolate, Chocolate Chocolate Co
with any purchase!
Pick a plastic egg from our Easter egg tree and win a prize!
Every egg has a surprise inside.
It could be a 20% off coupon, a $10 bouquet, a bar of Primal Elements soap,
a box of chocolates, or a soy candle!
(limit one per family/group, while supplies last).
We are open on Saturday from 11am-7pm.
Come see us under the Tivoli marquee, 6346 Delmar Blvd!
March 30th 2014 – April 26th 2014
Reception: Sunday, March 30th 2 – 4 p.m.
6509 Delmar in The Loop
Everyone is invited to celebrate!
The GRAND RETURN SOLE SURVIVOR
Thursday March 20, 2014 4-9pm
6148 Delmar Blvd
(across from the Pageant)
Steve Rye, merchant/designer of fine leather goods is back in THE LOOP
Delight your senses with the aroma of REAL LEATHER
Watch a leatherworks demo by Annie Rye and Angie Cange
See the latest works of Art by Mark Wodarczyk
Tour Steve’s studio workspace
Enjoy refreshments served from 5-7 pm
Questions? email@example.com or call 618-234-0214
Free Cone Day will be held at Ben and Jerry’s Delmar Loop location
on Tuesday April 8, 2014 from 12:00 to 8:00 pm.
Stop by and enjoy unlimited free ice cream cones as we say “thank you!” to the community and customers that support our business and mission. In addition to ice cream, stop by and enjoy kids’ face painting, raffle giveaways, and more.
Some very special guest scoopers will be present and accepting donations for the St. Louis Crisis Nursery. The St. Louis Crisis Nursery is an organization that works diligently to prevent child abuse and neglect in the St. Louis community by providing emergency intervention, respite care and support to families experiencing crises.
For more information, please call 314-721-8887.
More details to be released soon! For more info contact:
6610 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130-4503, United States of America
Phone: (314) 721-4096
(Paintings and Drawings)
February 23,rd 2014 – March 29,th 2014
Reception 2-4 p.m., Sunday, March 2,nd 2014
for more info please visit www.componere.com
Fleur de Lou, your neighborhood flower and gift shop, is now open and just in time for Valentine’s Day! We are running a special now for our local customers. If you get your Valentine’s Day order in before February 6th, we will give you 10% off ($40 + delivery minimum for delivery orders during Valentine week). Call 725-8080 to place your order now!
Fleur de Lou is a florist and gift shop located at 6346 Delmar Blvd. Along with fresh cut flowers, bamboo, plants, and unique floral arrangements, Fleur de Lou also features an eclectic array of gifts, many of which are made in St. Louis, including recycled bottle soy candles, terrariums, cards, jewelry, notebooks and other treasures made by local artists. Come see us under the Tivoli marquee or visit our website to check out the arrangement of the month or pick out one of our unique vintage ceramic containers for your flower arrangement or plant!
The Gallery at the Regional Arts Commission Presents:
Cumbia Magica – Eliana Cristancho
Opening: Friday, February 28, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Community Carnaval Event: Sunday, March 2, 3:00 – 6:00 pm
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, March 26, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
(All events free and open to the public)
One of Latin America’s most vibrant cultural celebrations is brought to Saint Louis with the Regional Arts Commission’s exhibition Latinicidad. The exhibit presents the rich culture of the annual Carnaval holiday, showcasing both Latino and non-Latino artists with a collection of visual artworks as well as live performances such as poetry, music, costumes, and dance.
With each event curator Ciléia Miranda-Yuen honors the immense diversity that comes from the varying customs of each Latin American region and combines them in the communal spirit of the holiday “This project brings the opportunity to share with the general community the diversity and richness in which Carnaval is lived and experienced throughout the many countries and cultures of Latin America. With such a vibrant subject, we can pull art expressions through a variety of media and put (them) together in a form of “kaleidoscope,” which represents the large variety of colors and concepts…”
For many Latin American countries, the significance of the holiday compels months of preparation. Through the exhibition, Saint Louis can participate in this same enthusiasm. “From Colombia to Brazil, Carnaval is the year’s most anticipated event for locals, and scores of tourists also are drawn to the destinations to celebrate alongside them. Each place has its own, history, culture and customs incorporated into the festivities, which make it one of the most interesting – not to mention fun – times to visit. However, those who can’t go there will have a chance to be part of this vibrant celebration here in St. Louis”
The exhibition will additionally serve as an element of the Latino Legacy Project. This initiative encourages the advancement Latin American culture through its three main goals “To educate and provide insights to the community in order to demystify stereotypes against Latino/Hispanics; to bridge the gap between the Hispanic communities and the community in general; and to promote leadership development among young Latinos”
Latinicidad opens at RAC on Friday, February 28 from 5:30 – 7:30pm and is free and open to the public. The community Carnaval event will be held at RAC on Sunday, March 2 from 3:00 – 6:00pm. Curator and artists will give a gallery talk on Wednesday, March 26 from 5:30 – 7:00pm. The exhibition continues through March 29.