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Wednesday, May 9, 2007

A Very Busy Next Seven Days

Day 38 of “45 Days in Old North”

The next week will be one of the best and busiest in the history of Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s existence. The following is the calendar of events that will be keeping us on our toes:

Thursday, May 10, 5:30 – 8 p.m.: ONSLRG will be receiving one of the “What’s Right with the Region” awards from Focus St. Louis. For details, check out the Focus St. Louis website.

Friday, May 11 – Historic Preservation Week starts. Visit the Landmarks Association of St. Louis website for the full calendar of events.

Saturday, May 12, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Old North St. Louis House & Community Tour. For more details, visit www.onsl.org/

Monday, May 14, 5:30 p.m.: ONSLRG & RHCDA will receive one of Landmarks Association’s “Eleven Most Enhanced” Awards for the preservation and redevelopment of the nine historic buildings that are now the North Market Place Apartments. The reception and awards ceremony will take place at Lucas School House, 1220 Allen in Soulard. For ticket information and details, contact Landmarks at 314-421-6474.

Tuesday, May 15, 11 a.m.: Missouri Preservation will hold a press conference at the Mullanphy Emigrant Home to announce their 2007 list of “Most Endangered Historic Places” in the State of Missouri. Michael Allen has posted the Media Advisory on the Ecology of Absence blog.

Wednesday, May 16, 7:30 p.m. – Benefit concert for the Mullanphy building at Christ Church Cathedral. For advance tickets at $20 each, call 314-421-6474 or 314-241-5031. Tickets will be available at the concert for $25 each.

We invite one and all to join us at any or all of these occasions.

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