November Events in Kirkwood

Courtney Flesch

By: Courtney Flesch on November 3, 2015 Print This Post

Even though the weather is colder, there’s still plenty to do in Kirkwood this month!

Metro Theater Company presents a free performance “Talkin’ Trash” by Nicholas Kryah on Sunday Nov. 15 from 2:00-3:15pm at Robinson Elementary School, 803 Couch Ave.  All ages are invited to attend by hosts Robinson School, Kirkwood Public Library, and Shepherd’s Center.  Talkin’ Trash is the world premiere of a play by Nicholas Kryah. The playwright was inspired by Sam Klein, a boy from St. Louis who was so fascinated by trash that he had his own recycling company by the time he was twelve. Nick also recalled an elderly neighbor whose house was overflowing because of her obsession with stuff and memories. What would happen if the playwright brought these two people together?  Find out on November 15th!

Stop by the Kirkwood Community Center on Saturday, November 7th and Sunday, November 8th from 10am-4pm for the St. Louis Artists Boutique.  This event brings 60 exciting local and national artists to help you celebrate the season. Artists Boutique occurs twice a year and always features new artwork.

Stop by the Kirkwood Public Library to check out a variety of resources on recycling, crafts for all ages, and so much more!

Emma DeLooze-Klein is the Director of Adult & Community Services and is currently reading Maisie Dobbs by Jacqueline Winspear.  Visit your Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Avenue, or call us at 821-5770.  Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


Courtney Flesch

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