Thursday, September 10, 2009

Thursday briefings

Hospitality is an international program of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville will hold its annual fall picnic "Global Gathering", at 2 pm Saturday at Cougar Lake Recreation area in the university.

After the Potluck, on the western side of the Slapper Dance Club will demonstrate and teach the line dance. Warren Joyce subscriber. There will be a game of cricket, football and volleyball. A group of local businessmen began to organize a new area of Troy Rotary Club. The club will meet leaders from Troy, Maryville, Marine and St. Jacob.

Informational meeting will be lunch at noon on Friday Pizza Man Restaurant, 611 Edwardsville Road, Troy.

For more information, contact Holly Martin in Highland Rotarian or call 654-7748.

Pomology PROGRAM: Four Seasons Gardening program, organized by the University of Illinois Extension, will hold a three-part fall series. The first theme is to maintain and trees will be at 1 pm Sept. 15 at 621 South Belt West, Belleville, and again at 7 pm Sept. 17 at 900 Hillsboro, Edwardsville. Both sessions will be presented through Web Conferencing.

Seminar devoted to the proper maintenance and care, and includes a slide show.

Other topics include poisonous plants on September 1 October and 29 and bonsai 13 October 15.

The cost is $ 10 per session. Pre-registration required by Monday.

For more information, call 650-7050 or 236-4172.

First day: the great center of art and entertainment district is the first night-St. Lewis, celebrating New Year on December 31.

R "Fairy Tale" an imaginary place of delicate beauty or magical charm.

Offers applications for engineering works, rolling sculpture, banners, artists, poets, dancers, singers, musicians, storytellers, street performers and others are being sought. Proposals will be accepted until October 1 and should be sent to the first night, St. Louis, Grand Center, Inc, 3526 Washington Ave, second floor, Louis, MO 63103.

For more information, call Rachel Beatty (314) 289-1517 or e-mail

Book Club: Main Street Center Community Center Book Club will meet from 1 to 2 pm Thursday.

The book for discussion "Rebecca" Daphne du Maurier.

Center Book Club will meet today at 7 Wednesday night and will discuss "the daughter of love" by John Guy.

For more information, call 656-0300.

Square Dance: The Dandy Dancers Square Dance Club will be a class to learn how to Square Dance.

10-week course is from 7 to 9 pm on Monday and begins Monday in New Fellowship Christian Church, 10090 Old Lincoln Trail, Fairview Heights.

Rate $ 50 per person.

To register, call Mike and Kate garrison 566-8752 or Joe and Marilyn oval 632-5596.

Experienced dancers can help in the classroom and / or shop for plus $ 2 per person.

Art Classes: Carolyn Karasek, artist, offers classes on the art aged 6 to adult art and theme parties for children in the fall.

Classes and American countries in the frame and art supplies in Fairview Heights.

Registration from 3 to 7 pm today and from 1 to 3:30 pm Saturday.

For more information, call 593-8794 or 939-9495.

Dancing: O'Fallon Parks and Recreation District is sponsoring a ballroom, Latin and Imperial Swing Dance Classes in the Katy Cavins Center, 308 E. 5 St., O'Fallon.

For six weeks, classes start on Tuesday.

Level 1 ballroom dancing from 6:30 to 7:30 pm and imperial swing and Latin dancing from 7:30 to 8:30 pm Tuesday.

To register, call 624-0139, ext. 5102 or register on the night of class.

For more information, call 345-1976.

Library Events: Edwardsville Public Library will be meeting with Dewey evening from 7:30 to 10 pm Sept. 19 at the library, 112 S. Kansas Street Edwardsville.

There will be snacks from Bella Milan, crushed grape wines, music and jazz with Rick Haydon, Reggie Thomas and Jeff Campbell.

Vintage Auction library chairs, which were decorated by local artists will happen, plus a silent auction of several gift baskets.

Tickets $ 25 per person and are available in the library. For more information, please contact the library 692-7556.

ENFORCEMENT Day Lenzburg Police Department will be held on the day of noon to 4 pm on Saturday Lenzburg Community Park, 215 N. Charles St., Lenzburg.

There will be divisions, law enforcement officers on display and several classic cars. There will also be displayed tool utilization Lenzburg Fire Department, as well as the O'Fallon Underwater Search and Recovery team display, St Clair County Sheriff's Reserve Posse, Scott Air Force Base Military Working Dogs and more.

Food and beverages will be sold and children can enjoy a carnival with games, booths and face painting.

Bring lawn chairs and blankets. For more information, call 475-3347.

SEAT inspections of safety: hospital St. Elisabeth's mother Childhood Center offers a free on-site inspections of child safety seats from 10 am to 2 pm Saturday in Belleville Fire Building, 1125 S. Illinois St. Belleville.

Appliances will be available to ensure the seat is properly installed. Coffee and treats will be available for children.

For more information, visit

Artillery SAFETY: This year, school safety artillery fire on the night will include a 1700 gunshot after sunset.

The event will be Saturday and Sunday in Fort-de-Sharte state historic site near Prairie Du Rocher.

Features case of re-enactors movement, loading and artillery in 1700. Different companies will participate artillery period. Visitors can watch the action from 10 am to 4 pm each day.

At 7 am Saturday, will be prepared in the fire 6-gun lire castle.

For more information, visit

Family Festival: tissue distribution of the shares of the Community Family Festival will be Friday and Saturday from 3 pm at Camp Ondessonk, 3760 Ondessonk Road, Ozark.

Toka offers camping Tree House, tents and camping places in the St. Noel Retreat Center Camp Ondessonk's.

Tickets $ 45 for adults and children 12 and under are free. Preliminary application required for the home and the family tree of camping.

For more information, visit or call 580-0303.

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