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A play, a musical performance, a work of art, a poem. How can any of these possibly transform a life, a community or our society at large?

Please join us on Tuesday, October 5, to learn why Nancy and Ken Kranzberg, founders of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, became arts philanthropists whose mission, work and commitment have made lasting contributions that have transformed our region in numerous ways.

We will also welcome Pianos for People Executive Director Matt Brinkman, who will share the story of how this organization’s program impacts students’ lives. More than just music education, we’ll hear from a student their inspiring story of how the program builds character and inspires personal growth. 

The event will be held in the new High Low Listening Room on Washington Avenue in Grand Center. The High Low Listening Room, dedicated to literary-arts events, provides plenty of space for social distancing and ample on-street parking right next to the building.
The City of St. Louis at this time requires wearing a mask at indoor events.
All are welcome, SOS members and non-members. Appetizers and wine will be served.  The cost is $10.
We now have a two-step registration process for events. The first step is payment through the Community Foundation portal and the second is registration through SOS.

Please pay your registration fee here: https://stl.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/list/event?event_date_id=1198 and, ALSO be sure to register here for the event as usual.

 

 

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