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Healthy Planet November Happenings

November 9
Open House at Holistic Fitness in Shrewsbury
Noon-5pm Saturday. Join us as we celebrate our new services. Attend free hourly presentations and receive coupons for discounted sessions. Free massage chair mini-sessions. In our classroom, learn about Skin-Care without Chemicals & see a Facial Demonstration at noon, Advanced Cranio-Sacral Therapy & Acupuncture at 1pm, “End Dieting Now” with Intuitive Eating, 2pm, and Healthy Cleansing/Colonics at 3pm. Address is 7501 Murdoch, Shrewsbury MO 63119. For more information, visit online at www.HolisticHealthSTL.com and look under “Events”, or call 314-647-3999.

November 12
Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine
FREE Monthly Seminar and Discussion – Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine – Learn how to build your immune system and take charge of your health. If you are suffering from chronic conditions, you’ll learn why you don’t have to live with your “incurable” symptoms anymore. Topics covered include: Cancer, Heart Disease/Stroke, Diabetes, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, ADD/ADHD, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Food Allergies, Nutrition, and many more. You should come to this discussion if you feel, “My Doctor said everything is fine! Then why do I feel so lousy?” Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at our healing clinic: Prevention and Healing, Inc., 10908 Schuetz Road, St. Louis, MO 63146. Seminar led by Dr. Simon Yu, M.D., Board Certified Internist. Weaving Integrative Medicine with Internal Medicine to Use the Best Each Has to Offer. Call to verify meeting date; seating is limited, arrive early, 314-432-7802. See patient success stories at www.preventionandhealing.com.

November 12
Intro to EcoDistricts
Within the world of green rating systems, LEED provides a model for building-level sustainability, for single-entity controlled community developments, for campuses, and for cities, but it does not have a model for neighborhoods/districts that are undergoing major redevelopment. EcoDistricts is a way for districts and neighborhoods to guide urban development to empower just, sustainable, and resilient neighborhoods. EcoDistricts has just released a certification program to recognize those districts that have achieved the goals established through the protocol and an accreditation for people working to create and sustain EcoDistricts. This session will walk through the EcoDistrict Protocol, provide an introduction to the certification process and introduce the accreditation. SPEAKER: Cady Scott Seabaugh, Vice President – Communications & Sustainability, McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc. November 12, 2019, 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Missouri Botanical Garden’s Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, 4651 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63110, Room 125. FEE: $30 for USGBC-MGC Members: $45 for Non-members. REGISTER at https://usgreenbuildingcouncilstlouisregionalchapter.wildapricot.org/widget/event-3225419

November 13
Mind Over Matter
What matters to you? What do you want to achieve? Learn how taking care of your body positively affects your mind and can lead to greater happiness. Are there things you want to do, but cannot get motivated? Are you bogged down by stress and loneliness? Let’s talk about key strategies to help you live a more invigorating life by educating, motivating and inspiring you to take charge of your life. Get rid of the negative talk and become to person you are meant to be. 2 sessions. Wednesday, Nov. 13–20, 6–8:30pm, St. Louis Community College at South County Education Center. $29. Register for HEAL-765 F03 at stlcc.edu/CE or by calling 314-984-7777.

November 14
Taste of Green
earthday365 will host its annual Taste of Green fundraising party from 6 – 9 pm on Thursday, November 14 with the theme, Throwback Thursday – 1989! The celebration will take place at the event space at St. Louis ArtWorks, 5959 Delmar in the Loop East, and feature food tastings and drinks by 25 restaurants in the Green Dining Alliance, an earthday365 program which helps local restaurants reduce their environmental impact. Festivities will include ‘80s mix-tape music, a silent auction, and Thanksgiving-themed raffles, free caricatures, and more! 1989 was the year of St. Louis’ first Earth Day Festival. In honor of that, Taste of Green: Throwback Thursday – 1989! encourages attendees to throwback to the ‘80s magic with totally epic attire and hairstyles! Tickets start at $60 each. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information or for tickets, visit www.earthday-365.org or see the story in this edition on page 19.

November 15
The 2019 Almost Home Annual Fundraiser Gala
takes place Friday, November 15, 2019 at The St. Louis Caramel Room at Bissinger’s 6-9pm. It’s our belief that every young mother and child we serve is a MASTERPIECE, worthy of the chance to live their best possible life. Join Us! www.almosthomestlannualevent.org.

November 15
“Time to Write a Song” Album Release & Concert
A class of continuing education songwriters became a community. Now they have banded together to create an original 13-song album capturing their connection and inspiration. Led by instructor Kevin Renick, singer/songwriter of “Up in the Air,” featured in the award-winning film of the same name, join a live presentation of songs that examine the students’ range of experiences: love, death, bad drivers, the existential dilemmas of life and more. FREE event, open to the public. Friday, Nov. 15, 7p.m., Theatre Guild of Webster Groves, 517 Theatre lane, Webster Groves, MO 63119. Learn more at facebook.com/stlccCE.

November 16
Free Acupuncture Sessions at Community Acupuncture
Noon-4pm Saturday, Join us for free trial acupuncture mini-sessions. Learn how Community Acupuncture, a growing national method of treatment, is more affordable, convenient and effective than some other clinics and methods. Come reduce your stress, relieve your pain, and improve your health. At 2006 South 39th Street in STL city, near Grand & I-44. Learn more at www.acuSTL.com, our Facebook page, or call us at 314-772-4325.

November 23
Introduction to Beekeeping
Bees play an important role in agriculture as pollinators of flowering plants that provide food, fiber, spices, medicines and animal forage. Beekeeping can be a hobby, a secondary business, or a full-time vocation. It is a relatively inexpensive hobby that provides a sweet bonus each year. Is beekeeping right for you? Come learn how to attract native pollinators and honeybees by installing a pollinator-friendly garden and nesting habitat. Course introduces getting started with beekeeping and honeybee products of the hive. Enjoy this class on its own or as part of the STLCC’s Continuing Education Master Naturalist program. Saturday, Nov. 23, 9am–noon, St. Louis Community College at Meramec. $29. Register for NATR-733 F02 at stlcc.edu/CE or by calling 314-984-7777.

November 23
Holiday Cheers Market Kicks off the Holiday Season at The Old Bakery
Beer Co. 
Mark your calendars for The Old Bakery Beer Company’s first annual
Holiday Cheers Market!  The holiday market will take place on November
23 from 1-6 PM (the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving) and will feature
local vendors, live music, and food & drink specials throughout the
afternoon.

Vendors will be spread out throughout the event space and lobby area
of The Old Bakery Beer Company and will feature a large array of items
(See below for a complete list!)  Live music will be provided by Jared
Unfried and Erin Jo Paddlefoot.

“We believe in buying local, so we want to help make that option
accessible for gift giving and food sharing this holiday season!” says
co-founder Lauren Pattan.  In addition to a variety of art, crafts,
and functional items, the market will feature several vendors selling
locally-produced food just in time to showcase some local flair on
your Thanksgiving table.  Three Rivers Community Farm will have a
large assortment of produce, Flourish will have local produce and
spice blends, Iris Hill Farm & Honey Maids will have jams, pickles,
and honey, and Poputopia will have a variety of popcorn and other
sweets!

  • Apropos Fiberworks - Fall Fashion
  • Ascendant Jewelry - Handmade Jewelry
  • Daily Violet - Plant-your-own Succulents
  • Flourish - Art, Seeds, Herbal Products, Spice Blends, Wreaths, & Holiday Gifts
  • Iris Hill Farm & Honey Maids - Homemade Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Honey, Soap, & More
  • Jenna Christine Carlie - Fine Art Photography
  • JTOPEART - Reclaimed Wood & Metal Art
  • Kind Vibe Creations - Handmade Crochet & Knit Items, Tie-dye & Upcycled Clothing, and More
  • Koester Pottery - Functional Ceramics
  • Lauren Ruth Designs & 3rd Letter Studios - Hand Drawn Stickers, T-shirts, & Cards
  • PopUtopia Gourmet Popcorn and Sweets - Popcorn, Roasted Nuts, & Mini Donut Bowls
  • Queen of Cups - Epoxy Cups
  • Rocky Pardo Jewelry - Handmade Fine Jewelry
  • Santatown Press - Local Christmas book & more
  • State Street Soap Co. - All Natural Bath and Body Products
  • Theresa Williams Art & Stuff - Hand-lettered Prints, Cards, Totes, Tees, and Other Stuff
  • Three Rivers Community Farm - Locally Grown Produce
  • What Wood Kevin Do - Wooden Kitchen Utensils
  • Worthy Wirewraps & More - Handmade Art & Jewelry

For more information, please contact lauren@oldbakerybeer.com

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