4 Sure Ways To Fill Your Social Calendar This Month

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Let your social butterfly fly this month and carve out time to attend these four events. Whether you’re on the hunt for a fashionable affair, interested in higher education or simply looking to engage in your community, we’re sure you’ll find something on our list.

Sterling Bank After Hours St Louis Clayton Crowd Image

Photo courtesy of Sterling Bank.

Sterling Bank’s mission has historically extended beyond business hours with its Business After-Hours concerts for everyone to enjoy, and we’re pleased to announce that they’re back this year in Clayton.

On Thursday, April 16,  from 5:30-8pm, join us at Sterling’s outdoor covered plaza in Clayton at 50 S. Bemiston Ave. Sip drinks from the cash bar while taking in live music performed by Suzy Bacino’s much-loved Whiskey Morning Band.  It’s a great way for Sterling, a true community bank, to get to know their neighbors and deepen their strong relationships with them. See you there!

Sterling Bank
Visit Sterling Bank online.
50 S. Bemiston Ave., Clayton, MO 63105 and
16100 Swingley Ridge Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017
314.571.5610 or 636.681.1144

Photo courtesy of Washington University in St. Louis.

Photo courtesy of Washington University in St. Louis.

Learn why University College is the smartest choice in continuing education by joining us at Preview Night, Thursday, April 16 at 6pm on Washington University’s Danforth Campus. Preview Night is a casual information session that introduces attendees to University College and allows them to meet faculty, staff, and students. Attendees will learn about financial aid options, student services, transfer credits and academic advising.

Need more information? Breakout sessions allow for more specific question-and-answer sessions with program coordinators, advisors and current students. Attendees can find out about University College’s flexible course offerings, including online, back-to-back and accelerated study that will help them finish their degrees or advance their careers.

University College at Washington University in St. Louis
Visit University College online.
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RSVP for Preview Night at ucollege.wustl.edu/preview.

Photo courtesy of ALIVE.

Photo by Matt Kile for ALIVE.

Saint Louis Fashion Week has teamed up with West County Center to highlight spring 2015’s most exciting trends. Join St. Louis’ savviest shoppers on Thursday, April 9 for the Spring Style Soiree benefiting Siteman Cancer Center. 100 percent of proceeds will go to assisting the charity’s works. From 5:30-6:45pm, guests will enjoy an exclusive cocktail party with passed red and white wine; complimentary appetizers by Bravo, McCormick & Schmick’s and J. Gilbert’s and a lounge area featuring music by DJ TrashTalk. Additionally, The Foundrie and celebrity guest blogger Jenni Radosevich of I Spy DIY will host an interactive, fashionable DIY station.

We’ve all been touched by cancer in some way, so after the opening soiree, join us to honor cancer survivors as they walk the runway in an opening presentation with White House|Black Market. The runway show begins at 7pm and will feature styles from West County Center stores. Shopping will immediately follow with special offers and promotions for all attendees.

Spring Style Soiree
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Purchase $15 tickets here.

Photo by Mark Schwigen for ALIVE.

Photo by Mark Schwigen for ALIVE.

As part of Saint Louis Fashion Week, produced by ALIVE, the College of Art at Washington University in St. Louis presents the 86th Annual Fashion Design Show, featuring works by Sam Fox School’s aspiring designers. Check out the runway presentation Sunday, April 26, at Union Station, and then stay for the reception from 2-5:30pm. Tickets range from $35-500 and can be purchased online here.

86th Annual Fashion Design Show
Visit Sam Fox School online.
Visit Saint Louis Fashion Week on Facebook.
Purchase tickets here.


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