Community Calendar

May 2022

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Operation Food Search will provide free grab & go meals to children M-F at select SLCL locations during the school year. Stop by after school and pick up a shelf stable meal to take home. Meals will be available free of charge for children ages 5-18. More>

MISSION: ST. LOUIS ESSENTIALS DRIVE 10a.m.-12:00p.m. March 24, 2022. More>

Join us as we create a safe space for teens to discuss the importance of self-care, safe sex, consent, and hygiene. It will be fun & creative and there will be games and giveaways! Food and snacks will also be provided! More>

United 4 Children and STAR will be partnering to offer 4 meetings this spring to discuss multiple topics of conversation (is it me, communication, meeting resistance from parents & partnering with parents). More>

Join Epworth Children and Family Services for their first annual Duck Derby! Get a tour of their Webster Groves campus, learn about the services they provide, and have fun with the whole family. More>

United 4 Children and STAR will be partnering to offer 4 meetings this spring to discuss multiple topics of conversation (is it me, communication, meeting resistance from parents & partnering with parents). More>

Open to girls ages 10–14! Camp Congress for Girls is a leadership program that introduces girls to the political system of the United States. Camp begins with a lesson on the structure of our political system. More>

This May 15-31, run, walk, or bike in your own neighborhood, favorite park, or trails! They also have select in-person events available. More>

Join us with presenter Willow Anderson, J.D. (Senior Staff Attorney, Public Health Law Center) for a conversation about Federal Tobacco 21 law, aligning Missouri and Federal law, and the role of retail licensure. More>

Get ready for Twilight Thursdays, the Missouri History Museum’s popular, free outdoor concert series. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, pack your picnic basket, and come hear some terrific music under a beautiful Forest Park sunset. More>

St. Louis Area Diaper Bank will be holding their first period supply drive event "Fill the Cove" to kick off Period Poverty Awareness Week. More>

Join us for a night of fun, food, entertainment and much more! The fundraiser will benefit the HSSU Community Impact Education Center. More>

Get ready for Twilight Thursdays, the Missouri History Museum’s popular, free outdoor concert series. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, pack your picnic basket, and come hear some terrific music under a beautiful Forest Park sunset. More>

THE DOUBLE DUTCH BUS IS COMING TO THE HSSU IMPACT EDUCATION CENTER!! Please join Princess Storm and Wills Way Inc as they take us back down memory lane for a day of health, wellness, and good old fashioned fun! More>

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Wed

Teen Summit 2022
updated on 4/20/22

Join us as we create a safe space for teens to discuss the importance of self-care, safe sex, consent, and hygiene. It will be fun & creative and there will be games and giveaways! Food and snacks will also be provided! More>

4

Wed

United 4 Children and STAR will be partnering to offer 4 meetings this spring to discuss multiple topics of conversation (is it me, communication, meeting resistance from parents & partnering with parents). More>

7

Sat

Epworth Duck Derby
updated on 4/19/22

Join Epworth Children and Family Services for their first annual Duck Derby! Get a tour of their Webster Groves campus, learn about the services they provide, and have fun with the whole family. More>

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Wed

United 4 Children and STAR will be partnering to offer 4 meetings this spring to discuss multiple topics of conversation (is it me, communication, meeting resistance from parents & partnering with parents). More>

14

Sat

Camp Congress for Girls
updated on 5/11/22

Open to girls ages 10–14! Camp Congress for Girls is a leadership program that introduces girls to the political system of the United States. Camp begins with a lesson on the structure of our political system. More>

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Sun

This May 15-31, run, walk, or bike in your own neighborhood, favorite park, or trails! They also have select in-person events available. More>

19

Thu

Tobacco Training - PreventEd
updated on 5/11/22

Join us with presenter Willow Anderson, J.D. (Senior Staff Attorney, Public Health Law Center) for a conversation about Federal Tobacco 21 law, aligning Missouri and Federal law, and the role of retail licensure. More>

19

Thu

Get ready for Twilight Thursdays, the Missouri History Museum’s popular, free outdoor concert series. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, pack your picnic basket, and come hear some terrific music under a beautiful Forest Park sunset. More>

21

Sat

St. Louis Area Diaper Bank will be holding their first period supply drive event "Fill the Cove" to kick off Period Poverty Awareness Week. More>

21

Sat

HSSU - Harlem Nights Soiree
updated on 4/19/22

Join us for a night of fun, food, entertainment and much more! The fundraiser will benefit the HSSU Community Impact Education Center. More>

26

Thu

Get ready for Twilight Thursdays, the Missouri History Museum’s popular, free outdoor concert series. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, pack your picnic basket, and come hear some terrific music under a beautiful Forest Park sunset. More>

28

Sat

1st Double Dutch Competition
updated on 4/20/22

THE DOUBLE DUTCH BUS IS COMING TO THE HSSU IMPACT EDUCATION CENTER!! Please join Princess Storm and Wills Way Inc as they take us back down memory lane for a day of health, wellness, and good old fashioned fun! More>