Capital Advisory Group June 2018

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Clear It Up in the Summer

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St. Louis Local Events

MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS Check out some of these local events going on

St. Louis June Events Celebrate Theater, Survivors, and Music

RACE FORTHE CURE When: June 9 Where: St. Louis

in St. Louis to kick off the summer fun! 100 YEARS OF MUNY: MEMORIES AND SHOWS When: Dates throughout the summer Where: Forest Park and The Missouri History Museum

Most of us have known someone affected by breast cancer or have been affected by it ourselves.The Susan G. Komen foundation recognizes survivors, thrivers, those currently in treatment, co-survivors, and caregivers through its nationwide event, Race for the Cure. Be part of the cause at the run here in St. Louis.This year will mark the race’s 20th year running. Register at FAUST PARK When: Begins June 5, continues on Tuesday evenings throughout the summer Where: Faust Park For a fun, family-friendly, and free event, head to Faust Park Amphitheater on a Tuesday evening.Throughout the summer, the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce and St. Louis County Parks put on free concerts and family activities for everyone. Enjoy the entertainment and grab food from the local food trucks that park at the venue. You can also bring your own seating and refreshments. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.

For the past 100 years, MUNY has enriched the lives of many a St. Louis resident.The nonprofit has carried out its mission to “enrich lives by producing exceptional musical theatre, accessible to all” by putting on events in Forest Park all these years, and you can enjoy them throughout the summer. Beginning with “Jerome Robbins’ Broadway” on June 11, the musicals continue throughout the summer, with “Annie” in July and “Meet Me in St. Louis” in August. The celebration doesn’t stop at the park, either.The Missouri History Museum also features a special exhibit dedicated to Muny, aptly called “The Muny Memories.” Get a behind-the- scenes view of the theater through this unique look into some St. Louis history.


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