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SLPL Brew Launch
The St. Louis Public Library and Schlafly have joined forces to create the SLPL Peated Scotch Ale, a tribute to library patron Andrew Carnegie’s Scottish heritage and in celebration of SLPL’s 150th anniversary. Raise a glass at this 21-and-older event and be among the first to try this librarian-approved brew.
Central Conversations: Urban Farming
Sauce executive editor Ligaya Figueras moderates a roundtable discussion of urban farming and sustainability in St. Louis with local sustainability leaders Mary Ostafi of Urban Harvest STL, Molly Rockamann of EarthDance and Michael Sorth of Gateway Greening.
360 Beer Tasting Dinner
Three Sixty is celebrating beer throughout April during Brew with View, and it’s kicking things off with a special beer dinner. Guests can sample craft beers from local breweries, while noshing on Three Sixty’s fare sourced from local purveyors.
Wine & Dine with Sauce Magazine
Join Sauce executive editor Ligaya Figueras, art director Meera Nagarajan and wine writer Glenn Bardgett as they host a breakfast-for-dinner cooking class featuring recipes and drinks from the pages of Sauce. Register online.
360 Celebrity Beertender Event
Guests can raise a pint while helping to raise money for the local chapter of Pedal the Cause – all while being served by their favorite local celebs.
Midtown Farmers Market
Spring is in the air at the Midtown Farmers Market. Look for vendors like Biver Farms, Buila Family Farm and ArtHouse Coffees, gather the first spring greens and purchase seedlings for your home garden.
A Tasteful Affair
More than 40 area restaurants and caterers from across St. Louis will come together at Four Seasons–St. Louis to help raise funds for Food Outreach. Sample fare from all participants, bid on auction items and participate in raffles.
Tower Grove Farmers Market
4256 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis
The Tower Grove Farmers Market returns from its winter hibernation to welcome vendors selling everything from produce and meat to preserves and bread. Get there early to join in a free yoga session before filling your bag with produce.
St. Louis Earth Day Festival
Celebrate sustainability during a weekend of fun, food and education at St. Louis Earth Day Festival in Forest Park. Kick things off with food trucks, music, beer and kids’ activities Saturday at Earth Day Eve, then join in the festivities at the main event Sunday. Get your fill from nearly 30 food vendors, sip Schlafly’s Organic IPA, and enjoy free yoga, MetroBus painting, music and a recycling extravaganza.
Schlafly Farmers Market
Get your first pick of the spring produce when the Schlafly Farmers Market returns to its weekly schedule. Nearly 30 vendors will be present, including newcomers like Tamale Man, SeedGeeks and Two Men and a Garden.