Siteman Cancer Center will be holding an event to celebrate the expansion of Siteman Cancer Center into North County. The event will feature a ceremonial ground breaking under a tent with Wash U and Hospital leadership, community leaders and government officials.
Gentlemen of Vision will be performing for the Malik White Basketball Classic Showdown. This event is to honor Jeanette Culpeper. If you aren't doing anything please come out and support this event. For more information you can call Ramona White at 314-755-9249. We hope to see you there!
pectrum Community Day is a free, family-friendly event that will feature Safe & Healthy Home Kit giveaways, food, music, entertainment, community organizations and celebrity guest appearances. We’re expecting 400+ community members to participate and if it rains, the event will be moved to the Better Family Life - Clay Hall.
More information will be forthcoming.
We will be screening the documentary "Gentlemen of Vision" at the boys and girls club. Come out to support, as well as see the work that the organization is and has been doing since 2009! Hope to see you there!
Dinner hour starts at 7:00 P.M. and we are looking forward to their performance around 7:30 P.M.
The Parkway District Step Team of St, Louis, MO is holding their youth step competition. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. You can purchase your tickets online at http://goo.gl/fPYRMe
Come out and support GOV and your favorite teams! We will see you there!
As part of WORLD's #WORLDxBHM campaign for Black History Month, we will be showcasing select films through a live social screening via the OVEE platform--a public media player for live online presentations. Also, stick around after the screening for an Q&A immediately following the documentary. Viewing begins 7:00PM Eastern // 6:00PM Central Time
Click the link below to view the screening
The event is for the pageant participants, Gentlemen of Vision and Young Men of Vision. We will be holding a run through of the Miss Green and Gold Pageant at Harris Stowe State University. More information on the exact location will be forthcoming.
Gentlemen of Vision will be performing at Pattonville High School for the African American Achievers Society 2nd Annual Black History Program.
The theme of their program is, “The Playlist.” The goal is to show that African Americans have a rich history of cultural influence in the United States that extends into the fields of art, science, law, education, political activism, and beyond.
If you aren't doing anything this day, come and support GOV and various other step teams in the St. Louis area. Doors open up at 3:00PM and the show starts at 4:00PM. We hope to see you there!
You read that right! The Nine Network will be airing the Gentlemen of Vision Documentary nationwide! Catch it on Nine World channel 9.3 or on Charter Spectrum on channel 185. Please join us as we are excited about what the documentary has been doing!
More information TBA.
This event is a 2-day event on Saturday, January 13 and Monday, January 15.
Bring your family to the Museum to celebrate and reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Take part in Youth Activism and Engagement Workshops to discuss how to make a difference in your community, join a movement workshop to explore Dr. King’s March on Washington, get creative with peace-inspired art projects, and dive into St. Louis history by exploring the #1 in Civil Rights exhibition using Family Gallery Guides. The MLK Family Celebration is designed for youth ages 14 and under. The first 100 youth in attendance each day will receive a free storybook.