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  • American Farm Heritage Museum

    About the Museum: The American Farm Heritage Museum is a non-profit organization with the goal of building a museum celebrating America's agricultural heritage including Farm Machinery, Transportation, and Rural American Life....

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  • Arts and Education Council

    About The Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis is a unique asset in our community. A&E is our region's only united arts fund supported by private contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations and institutions committed to the value and benefit of ...

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  • Art Saint Louis

    Mission: Art Saint Louis is dedicated to enriching lives through the creative activity of our region’s contemporary visual artists. Through exhibition, education, and exchange, we connect and inspire our community, and multiply the economic and cultural vitality of ou...

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  • Florissant Fine Arts Council

    About Us We’ve been shaping the future of art in North Saint Louis County for 39 years and counting! The FFAC is a non-profit organization whose membership includes professionals, volunteers, and culturally astute individuals from all walks of life. For 39 years, the...

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  • First Due Fire Museum

    Vision StatementProviding Valuable Service to The CommunityIt is the First Due Fire Museums vision to provide valuable public fire safety education and fire service history and memorabilia for those who visit from the local area to outside the area including other states. A...

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  • Kids World Gymnastics

    At Kids World Gymnastics, we believe every boy and girl has the potential (and the need!) to grow his or her self-confidence through dynamic and enjoyable physical activity. We help your child accomplish this goal in an environment where everyone is welcome, and where an ent...

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  • Dance St. Louis

    History Dance St. Louis has been bringing the great dance of the world to St. Louis audiences for 48 years. In 1966, a small group of dance enthusiasts headed by Washington University professor of dance Annelise Mertz began meeting in each other’s living rooms to figu...

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  • Fabulous Fox Theatre

    History:"No longer need residents of St. Louis look beyond their own city for the finest entertainment." This statement was coined by the William Fox Circuit of Theatres in 1929 for the opening of their newest, most exotic temple of amusement, and it still holds true! T...

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  • Hawthorne Players

    History: Hawthorne Players is one of the oldest theatre companies in the St. Louis area.  Today, the group produces three plays a year in the Florissant Civic Center Theatre, frequently selling out the 567-seat auditorium.            In the fall of 1945 a small g...

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  • Metro Theater Company

    Our Mission: Inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people,  we create professional theater, foster inclusive community, and nurture meaningful learning through the arts. VisionWe strive to create a healthy, culturally vibrant region where all young...

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  • Belleville Philharmonic Orchestra

    Mission: We are a non-profit community musical society that encourages self-expression through musical performance. We believe that music is an essential part of any thriving community. Music lifts the spirit and raises the collective consciousness. We collaborate with musi...

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  • City Museum

    About Us Housed in the 600,000 square-foot former International Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects. The brainchild of internationally acc...

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  • Edwardsville Arts Center

    Our Mission: The Edwardsville Arts Center inspires the lives of youth and the creative spirit of adults through classes, exhibits and cultural events. About Us: The Edwardsville Arts Center is a community visual arts center located in Edwardsville, Illinois. We feature local...

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  • Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
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  • Creepy Crawl

    About us The Creepy Crawl is located in beautiful Grand Center in midtown St. Louis. We specialize in all types of contemporary, alternative and underground music since we opened in 1997....

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  • Irving Area Historical Museum

    The museum was founded June 3, 1999 as a not for profit organization which depends on gifts, bequests, and volunteer fund raisers to help us in our dedicated effort to preserve our heritage and tell the story of our area from the year 1826 when the first settler homesteaded ...

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  • Curtains Up Theater Company

    About Us: Curtains Up Theater Company (CUTC) is our community theater company which performs in the Madison County area, primarily in Collinsville and Edwardsville. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a variety of quality theatrical experiences to the co...

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  • Looking Glass Playhouse

    In 1972, a small group of volunteers agreed to raise money for McKendree College by directing and producing a musical play. The success of this show, and the success of a subsequent venture, encouraged the group to pursue their dreams of forming a theater organization. The n...

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  • Jersey County Fair

    Jerseyville is just a short drive northwest from Alton. The town is named after the early settlers who migrated from New Jersey in the 1800’s. With its 124-foot dome, Court House Square overlooks the main street and historic homes of the community. Many of the unique h...

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  • Fayette County Museum of Vandalia

    About Us: In 1823, the General Assembly deeded the land and provided the funds for the first structure built on this site. The legislative act stated that the land and the funding was to be used to erect a "House of Divine Worship, free for all denominations to wor...

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  • Alton Symphony Orchestra

    Founded in 1945, the Alton Symphony is one of only a few organizations dedicated to the performance of live symphonic music in the southern Illinois region.  For sixty six  years it has serviced the residents and artists throughout this area and has served as a cultural fo...

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  • Great Rivers Choral Society

    About Great Rivers Choral Society, Inc., which was founded in the fall of 2001, is an adult chorus of mixed voices whose objective is to foster and encourage music education and appreciation in southwestern Illinois. The choir is made up of 40-60 volunteer artists from all ...

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  • Alton Museum Of History And Art

    About Us: The museum was founded in 1971 as a non for profit organization which depends on membership dues, gifts, bequests, and foundation grants to help preserve and tell the story of the individuality of the community which it serves. It illustrates the aesthetic intere...

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  • Jacoby Arts Center

    Mission - is to nurture and promote the practice and appreciation of the arts through education, exhibits, cultural programs, and community outreach initiatives....

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  • Fairmount Park

    About Us We offer the excitement of live Thoroughbred and Harness racing as well as simulcast wagering from tracks across the United States....

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  • Hampel Magic Activity Center

    About us: We have been in business for over 40 years touring with circuses coast to coast in both the United States and Canada including Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and even Newfoundland, stage shows, childrens television programming, corporate entertainment, educatio...

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  • Edwardsville Children's Museum

    Mission: To stimulate curiosity and motivate learning in children by providing interactive exhibits and programs.History:On a vacation to Gulfport, Mississippi in 1997 Carla Johnson and her family went to a recently opened children's museum. Her visit inspired her to open a...

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  • Museum of Funeral Customs

    Purpose Statement: To enhance an understanding about ritual practices of death, grief and mourning. Mission Statement: The Museum of Funeral Customs collects, preserves and interprets funeral objects that exemplify the development of multicultural mourning customs and fun...

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  • Museum Of Contemporary Religious Art

    MOCRA's MissionMOCRA is the world's first interfaith museum of contemporary art that engages religious and spiritual themes. MOCRA is dedicated to the ongoing dialogue between contemporary artists and the world's faith traditions, and to serving as a forum for interfaith und...

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  • Field House Museum

    History: In 1829, upon the death of Auguste Chouteau, one of the founders of St. Louis, the land where the Eugene Field House now stands was deeded to the City of St. Louis with revenues from the lease of the land earmarked for the support of the city schools. Sixteen years...

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  • Campbell House Museum

    Mission : “The Camp­bell House Museum enlivens the his­tory of St. Louis and West­ward Expan­sion through the story of the Camp­bell fam­ily and their home.”As one of the most his­tor­i­cally sig­nif­i­cant Nine&sh...

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  • Modern American Dance Company

    Mission: To provide a place for professional dancers to live and work in the Midwest while also providing entertaining dance performances by local artists and educational opportunities for the community. About Us: When the company was founded in 1976, we sought to promo...

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  • Touhill Performing Arts Center

    Mission StatementThe Touhill Performing Arts Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis creates opportunities for the people of our region to experience, appreciate and embrace the transformational power of the performing arts. It is a welcoming place, a leading cultural...

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  • Missouri Arts Council

    Mission Statement The Missouri Arts Council—as public leader, partner and catalyst—is dedicated to broadening the appreciation and availability of the arts in the state and fostering the diversity, vitality and excellence of Missouri's communities, economy and c...

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  • Clinton County Art Guild

    Clinton County Art Guild formed in 2006.  Whether you are an amateur to a professional artist or just have an interest in art, you are welcome to join us in experiencing the world of art. We are planning an Art & Wine Festival, have worksessions and meetings once a ...

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  • O'Fallon Historical Society Museum

    Founded in 1988, the O'Fallon Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of O'Fallon, Illinois and the surrounding area.  O'Fallon is located in St. Clair County on I-64 just east of St. Louis, Missouri.Since 1996, the Society has operated a muse...

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  • Swing City Music

    Mission: Our mission at Swing City Music is and always has been to give our customer’s the best experience they have ever had in a music store.We care about your needs and will do everything in our power to give you the best possible price and service that you deserve...

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  • Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

    About Us:A World Treasure:In 1982, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), designated Cahokia Mounds a World Heritage Site for its importance to our understanding of the prehistory of North America. Cahokia Mounds has also been recogni...

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  • Noir Art Emporium

    Noir Art Emporium is an exciting alternative gallery and performance space dedicated to creating exhibitions and cultural programs that help cultivate artists as well as art audiences. We're serving up art, beverages, live music and the coolest retail in town. Can't wait to ...

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  • Springfield Theatre Centre

    History:The Springfield Theatre Guild incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 1947.From that time on — through performances in many Springfield venues before the construction of our building at 101 E. Lawrence, to our name change to Springfield Theatre Centre ...

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