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Smarty Gras Jan 17


Soulard's Annual Trivia Night

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Smarty Gras Jan 17


Soulard's Annual Trivia Night

Show us your wits!

Soulard's Annual Trivia Night.

Saturday Jan 17

Franklin Room, 816 Allen Ave.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; Trivia starts at 7:03 p.m.

$225 for a table of 10 before Dec. 31

$250 for a table after Jan. 1

Proceeds benefit safety and beautification efforts in historic Soulard

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Inaugural Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball 2015


The First Annual Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball to be held in Soulard at Mad Art Gallery, 2727 12th Street, St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday, January 31, 2015. All tables Sold Out. Get your 2nd tier ticket sales for $50 admission between 8 - 8:30. This ticket includes costume contest, open bar , music of Millennium & dancing

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Inaugural Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball 2015


The First Annual Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball to be held in Soulard at Mad Art Gallery, 2727 12th Street, St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday, January 31, 2015. All tables Sold Out. Get your 2nd tier ticket sales for $50 admission between 8 - 8:30. This ticket includes costume contest, open bar , music of Millennium & dancing

We are back!  Get your tickets today for the First Annual Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball to be held in Soulard at Mad Art Gallery, 2727 12th Street, St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday, January 31, 2015.  The ball will include the crowning of the King and Queen, a five to seven course dinner, an open bar, Tarot card readers, fire jugglers, live music by Millennium and other entertainment in the Vices and Virtues theme.  The evening will start with a cocktail reception at 6:00 p.m.  Dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. Jade Sinclair will be our mistress of ceremonies and the entire evening will be filled with live entertainment, and yes, there will be a costume contest.  Guests selected to participate in the costume contest will be eligible to win prizes including cash, wine cooler filled with wine, gift certificates to various restaurants, and tickets to other Mardi Gras events.  All guests must come in a costume or evening attire and a mask is required.  

Soulard has hosted Mardi Gras in the neighborhood for about a quarter of a century now with numerous Mardi Gras balls hosted by a variety of Mardi Gras Krewes.  Sadly, for the last five years, there has not been a Mardi Gras ball in the Soulard neighborhood.  In New Orleans there are at least 30+ Mardi Gras balls.  We believe Soulard deserves at least one so we plan to knock it out of the court with the Vices and Virtues Ball.  

The Soulard Restoration Group’s Beautification Committee, a not for profit 501C3 organization, is coming to the rescue.  This will be an “over the top” Mardi Gras Ball.  Tickets are selling fast and reserved dinner tickets are almost gone.  Please visit VandVball@soulard.org for full details.  All of the proceeds from this ball will be returned to the neighborhood in beautification projects.  Please contact Luann Denten, Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball Chairwoman, at 314-852-2771.

All tables are sold out so we are offering 2nd tier ticket sales for $50 admission between 8 - 8:30. This ticket includes costume contest, open bar , music of Millennium & dancing.

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Soulard


The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis.

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Soulard


The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis.

The Soulard Farmer's Market from 8th Street.

A Destination

The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis. The area is named for Antoine Pierre Soulard, a pioneer Frenchman who first came to the area in the late 1790s as a surveyor for the King of Spain.

Soulard is one of the oldest parts of the city with original housing stock dating from the mid- to late-1800s and exhibiting a range of architectural styles that include Second Empire, most identifible by the characterisic Mansard roof The neighborhood applied for and was granted its historic designation on December 26, 1972.

ATTRACTIONS OF SOULARD

The Market

Great Food

Nightlife

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News


Since 1976 The Soulard Renaissance has been the newspaper of record for this historic neighborhood. This is the continuation of that original vision.

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News


Since 1976 The Soulard Renaissance has been the newspaper of record for this historic neighborhood. This is the continuation of that original vision.