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  1. Girls Night Out in Old Webster

    May 19, 2022, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Old Webster

    Thirteen Old Webster businesses will be welcoming you on May19th from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Each will be offering something special. Most will be serving light appetizers and cocktails. Sip and Nosh while you peruse and shop at: 1. Paisley Boutique 233 W. Lockwood 2. Leopard Boutique 20 Allen #100 3. KIND soap company 20 Allen #105 4. Le Macaron French Pastries of Saint Louis 111 W. Lockwood 5. Mighty Oakes Heart Foundation 122 W. Lockwood 6. Story Seven 7 N. Gore 7. Green Door art gallery 21 N. Gore 8. The Initial Design 25 N. Gore 9. Morgan Ford Massage & Spa 31 N. Gore 10. Never Enough Boutique 51 N. Gore 11. My Shabby Cottage 24 N. Gore 12. Get the WORD Out 24 N. Gore 13. The Mash Pit by Zoey’s Attic 20 N. Gore ***Raffle*** While you are sipping and shopping, be sure to enter the Girls’ Night Out raffle to win $100 worth of gift cards from Old Webster businesses. Just look for sign-up sheets at each participating business. Each time you sign up, you increase your chances

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  2. Building our Sustainable Pollinator Community

    May 26, 2022, 6:00 PM

    Larson Park Pavilion

    The Green Space Advisory Commission Presents Building Our Sustainable Pollinator Community. In support of our Mayors Monarch Pledge campaign, Webster’s own Erin Shank, urban wildlife biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, will share her passion for the native bees and pollinators upon which our food webs and ecosystems depend—and how every one of us can support them. Pollinators like the monarch are in decline because the native plants on which they depend are disappearing. Join us to learn how you can help!

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