Aim High St. Louis might be the winner of the 2019 Ladue News Charity Awards, but the real winners are its more than 400 “Achievers” – middle school students who benefit from the academic, social and personal development encouraged through the free five-week summer program.
West County Center houses a new and innovative retail store that offers a wide range of crowdfunded products.
The Makers Program empowers black and Latino artisans to build their own businesses.
EyeSeeMe bookstore lets more African-American and other minority children see themselves in literature.
Jun 20Chesterfield Amphitheater
Jun 20Norton's Fine Art and Framing
Jun 20Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts
Jun 20O'Fallon Brewery
Jun 20Foundry Art Centre