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Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Exhibit runs Jan. 6 through Feb. 17.
O’Fallon Photo Club members debut their 2012 exhibit at the Renaud Spirit Center (RSC) this Friday. The public is invited to view the annual exhibit from Friday, Jan. 6 through Feb. 17, in the O’Fallon Cultural Arts Gallery at the The exhibit showcases the best of recent work in color and black-and-white images by the club’s membership, which includes professional and non-professional photographers. The O’Fallon Photo Club meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the Renaud Spirit Center. Drop-ins are welcome. For more information about the club, visit their website. Gallery admission is free and the exhibit is available for viewing during regular business hours at the indoor recreation complex: For more information, call …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
From a huge garage sale to Rascal baseball, there's lots to do this weekend in O'Fallon.
Looking for something fun and different to do this weekend in O’Fallon? Look no further! We’ve got some ideas right here. RIVER CITY RASCALS HOME OPENER When/Where: 7:05 p.m. Friday at T.R. Hughes Ballpark, O'Fallon Why Go: Head on out to the ballpark and cheer on the Rascals in their 2011 home opener against the Normal (IL) CornBelters! Pricing: $6-$11 NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE When/Where: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, May 21 in the Estates of Alpine Ridge subdivision, O'Fallon Why Go: With more than 160 homes in this subdivision, many of which plan to participate, this sale will offer an enormous variety of items. Pricing: Free to browse, item prices vary ART ON THE BOARDWALK When/Where: 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Saturday at 7443 Village Center Dr…
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The first ever Art on the Boardwalk, presented by the St. Charles County Arts Council, will feature more than a dozen local artists. In addition to art, visitors can enjoy food and music.
On Saturday, the St. Charles County Arts Council will host its first ever Art on the Boardwalk event outdoors on the boardwalk in the Winghaven neighborhood. The event will run from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and feature more than a dozen artists. A variety of media will be represented, including ceramics, crafts, oils, watercolors, acrylics and jewelry. The art will be available for purchase by the public. In addition to artists’ wares, there will be festival food for purchase, a face painter, and a balloon creations artist to entertain the children. The band First to Rise, from Wentzville and the St. Charles High School ensemble band will provide music during the event, which is free to the public. Nationally known artist, Ron Hauser, who is …
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
O'Fallon Patch features local kids doing great things.
Whiz Kid: Hayden Pester School: Ostmann Elementary Nominated By: Julie Lankston Accomplishments: Hayden placed in the top nine for the Picture the Music Contest presented by the St. Louis Symphony. He also placed first out of 1,300 entries in the entire fifth grade category. Key to Awesomeness: Art teacher Julie Lankston says, "Hayden came in on his own time during school and worked on several ideas and techniques until he cautiously settled for his weaving that he named 'Treble Cleft Palette.'"
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Patch Picks provides a list of places to check out or things to do each week from our editors and readers.
It’s about time to start registering your kids for summer camp and O'Fallon Patch is here to help! This week, we've compiled a list of local programs to keep your kids busy when school’s out. Gator Camp in Civic Park Sign up kids age five to 12 for this O’Fallon day camp at Alligator’s Creek Aquatic Center. Camp begins on June 6 and weekly sessions will be held until Aug. 5. The program incorporates sports, games, crafts, swimming and a weekly field trip or pizza party. Field trips include the St. Louis Zoo, St. Louis Science Center, Sk8 Galaxy Day and more. Camp runs from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Before and after-care for campers is available at an additional cost. Gator Camp is $84 per session for residents and $94 for non-residents. Field …
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce's 15th annual Gala provided a night of food, music and shopping for more than 270 attendants.
The O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce's 15th Annual Art, Wine & Brew Gala drew it's largest crowd yet on Saturday. Chamber Communications Director Sara Henderson said that over 270 tickets were sold. City Hall was the perfect venue for this year's festivities. On the main level, Gala attendees enjoyed wine and food samples from some of O'Fallon's finest restaurants and were able to shop with several artisans displaying their wares. Later in the evening, guests headed upstairs to the gym, where they were treated to the music of CoverTrax Band, a five piece party and dance band.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Daily PatchCast: University City Schools Hosts Returning Artists Program, Creve Coeur Mayor Receives Heart Surgery and More
A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday.
Here are the top stories from Patch sites in your area: O'Fallon City Council, Residents Discuss Issues with Residential Rental Inspections Dielmann Out Of Heart Surgery City Gives Boost to Foundry Art Centre Lake Saint Louis Volunteers In Medicine Clinic helps Uninsured Alums in the Arts Celebrated at Reception
Sunday, January 23, 2011
An O'Fallon resident seizes the chance to follow her dreams thanks to a favor returned.
Donna Schreiter opened The Painted Pot in O'Fallon four years ago. She said it was a dream come true thanks to the generosity of a good friend. A few years ago Donna made the choice to help an elderly lady who was sick with cancer. The spunky 90-year-old had no family to care for her so Donna chose to put her own life on hold and care for her friend. At the time Donna had a ceramic and pottery studio in her garage, where she would work on her craft. It was hot in summer, cold in winter and always lonely, but she did not have the finances needed to take her dream any further. The kindness to her elderly friend was returned when Donna received a special gift. Upon her death, the friend left Donna the funds needed to open a studio. Her …
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Danielle Thompson's exhibit marks a move from drawing to painting.
Between her full-time job as a graphic designer for Ameristar Casino and 18 credit hours as a business administration major at Lindenwood University, Danielle R. Thompson still manages to find time to tap into her creative side. The 23-year-old artist has 20 abstract paintings on display in the O'Fallon Cultural Arts Center Gallery in the Renaud Spirit Center from now until the end of the year. Thompson's primary skills have been in drawing, as well as colored pencil and pastel work. This exhibits marks her first foray into painting. She got started on the works in the exhibit during the summer when she was visiting her boyfriend at the University of Missouri. When he asked her to paint him some pictures for his new place she decided to…