Join Congregations Shaare Emeth, Temple Israel and United Hebrew; with guest speaker Valerie Battle Kienzle, author of What’s With St. Louis?
Toasted ravioli, spaghetti marinara from The Hill, Italian baked chicken, Pasta House-style salad, gooey butter cake, coffee and tea
$10 per person – Reservations required by Tuesday, March 14 (see below)
St. Louis is known by many names – Mound City, Gateway City, The Lou, River City, St. Louie, STL, Gateway to the West. Like a colorful patchwork quilt, St. Louis is made of an assortment of people, neighborhoods, activities and influences that together contribute to its unique character. What’s With St. Louis? provides a glimpse at life in this unique Midwestern city from food, weather and sports to treasured architectural jewels and quirky St. Louis-isms. St. Louisans embrace diversity, value educational and cultural institutions, and love a good celebration. Think you know everything about this city? What’s With St. Louis? tells the rest of the story.
This program is made possible through a grant from the Nathan Kahn-Ernestine Kahn-Charles Kahn Foundation of Congregation Temple Israel.