STLCC - Wildwood
2645 Generations Drive
Wildwood, MO 63040-1168
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upcoming events at Wildwood
Women of Bellefontaine Cemetery
March 10, 2015
12:20 p.m., Multipurpose Room
In honor of Women’s History Month, STLCC Wildwood welcomes Dan Fuller, master guide of Bellefontaine Ceremony, who will share the fascinating stories of influential women who are buried there including poet Sara Teasdale and suffragette Virginia L. Minor. Free and open to all. No preregistration is required.
Artists & Apples
March 11, 2015
12:45 p.m., Multipurpose Room
A free, lunchtime series during the semester featuring artists from different disciplines who speak about their work and career paths. Light refreshments will be served. This month’s speaker is Bryan Haynes. Haynes’ commercial work has graced the pages of national magazines, international advertising campaigns, CD covers, posters and book covers from Agatha Chrisie to the cover of “Scarlett.”
March 12, 2015
6-7:30 pm, Multipurpose Room
Attend an informational night for high school students and their parents. Learn about admissions and testing, financial aid and A+ scholarships, how to earn college credit while in high school, career options and programs. Get more details and register at stlcc.edu/experience.
8 a.m. to noon, Multipurpose Room
All veterans are invited to a hands-on resource event. Apply for VA educational benefits, register for e-benefits accounts, start the disability benefits process, newtowkr with employers and more. Participants include VA Healthcare, Vet Center of St. Louis and Springfield, IL, Missouri Veterans History Project, West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce Working Warriors Committee, and the YMCA. Come for all or part of the morning. For more information, call DebbieWard at 636-422-2241.
“Oh, What Love” Live Concert
11 a.m., Multipurpose Room
As part of their global education initiative, STLCC welcomes the Watoto Children’s Choir for a live concert. Since 1994, Watoto Children’s Choirs have traveled all over the world sharing the plight of Africa’s orphaned children. Each child in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both of their parents but they have been rescued and now live in a Watoto village. The choirs have performed before presidents and royalty in the White House, Buckingham Palace and many other national parliaments. The choir also performed at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant in the UK. Audiences are inspired as the children sing, dance and celebrate their story of hope. Watch the video trailer here. Free and open to all.