Showing April 7th at 2:00 pm
Showing April 7th at 2:00 pm
We are excited to have another House Tour this year as last year was an amazing achievement! Thank you to homeowners, sponsors, volunteers, and the whole community.
• Funds raised through advertisement paid for the printing of the tour book/ticket last year, and along with ticket sales contributed a significant amount toward the Hill Neighborhood Center.
• Six hundred ticket holders plus their personal networks will see your 2019 ad.
• Inexpensive advertising prices range from $25-$100 (due April 5th).
• Individuals are also welcome to purchase a space in support of the House Tour. Please contact The Hill Neighborhood Center for more information. Volunteers: The glue that holds it together! Please consider volunteering.
• We will need dozens of people on the day of the tour as well as on a few small projects before. We’ll keep you posted.
• You can also ‘sign up’ anytime at The Hill Neighborhood Center, phone and email below.
The Hill Neighborhood Center
1935 Marconi Ave
St. Louis MO 63110 314-260-9162
HillNeighborhoodCenter@gmail.com Ticket sales begin April 22, 2019
a Hook, a Look, & a Book
|Nola resides on The Hill and has a studio for her art, rug hooking. She cuts and dyes every strip of fabric, designs, hooks, and finishes each step using traditional tools. Nola is a true artisan. She makes her own patterns |
and kits and has written several books on knitting and crocheting. She provides customized workshops at her studio on Elizabeth Avenue on The Hill. Find her at: www.nolahooks.com
Nola Heidbreder, artist-owner of Let Nola do It, LLC is a special guest at The Hill Neighborhood Center
Come to see a beautiful display from January 31 – February 23
Join a complimentary INTERACTIVE demonstration at T he Hill Neighborhood Center on Saturday, February 16 from 1-4 pm
St. Ambrose Parish on the Hill invites everyone to the St. Joseph Altar on Sunday, March 17, 2019. There will be a Mass in Italian in St. Ambrose Church at 11:00 a.m., followed by a short procession to the School Building, just up the block. The Mass will last about one hour, so the festivities in the school will begin around 12:30 p.m.
There will be two altars set up, one in the cafeteria, and one in the school. They will be blessed By Monsignor Vincent Bommarito, Pastor of St. Ambrose. Two buffet lines will be opened at that time, one in the cafeteria and one in the gym, and each will serve generous samplings of delicious food from the local restaurants.
A thoughtful donation is requested for the buffet, but admission to the event is free. The Altars will have many baked goods, Italian specialties, fruits, vegetables, breads, and other items for sale, from 12:30 p.m. until close, which will be around
3:30 p.m. All the money raised during the day will go to St. Ambrose School Tuition Assistance to help families facing financial hardships keep their children in the school.
St. Ambrose Parish is located at 5130 Wilson Avenue on the Hill. Come and enjoy this wonderful Italian tradition! And this year, since the event is on St. Patrick’s Day, our color will be green. Don’t miss this celebration.
On, Thurs., Feb. 14 (7:30 p.m.), Washington University presents Italian Enrico Merlin in “My Funny Valentine” – a lecture on music of Miles Davis, Randy Holmes, Paul Demarinus, William Lenihan, Ken Kehner, and Steve Davis. Merlin is a noted Italian musicologist, composer, musician, and Miles Davis expert. This is part of his US Tour. The lecture will be held at the Holmes Lounge, Ridgley Hall on the Danforth campus. The Jazz at Holmes Concert series is admission-free and held monthly. Parking is permitted in yellow zones/Danforth University Center underground garage only. More information on Merlin and the event is available on ucollege.wustl.edu/jazz, Facebook, and at www.enricome
(Annette M. Graebe)
|See this classic Academy Award®-winning crime drama for just $5 on February 3, 4 & 6 in select Marcus Theatres!|
Widely regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, this mob drama focuses on the powerful Italian-American crime family of Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando). When the don’s youngest son, Michael (Al Pacino), reluctantly joins the Mafia, he becomes involved in the inevitable cycle of violence and betrayal. Although Michael tries to maintain a normal relationship with his wife, Kay (Diane Keaton), he is drawn deeper into the family business.
Get $5 Tickets Up Next in Retro Series The Godfather by the numbers
1. The film is based on Mario Puzo’s 1969 novel that remained on The New York Times Best Seller list for 67 weeks and sold over 9 million copies in two years.
2. Approximately 90% of the film was shot in New York City and its surrounding suburbs, using over 120 unique locations.
3. The opening wedding scene was shot in a Staten Island neighborhood using almost 750 locals as extras.
4. The Godfather broke many box office records to become the highest grossing film of 1972 at $81.5 million.
5. It was nominated for seven Academy Awards® and won three, including Best Actor for Marlon Brando and Best Picture of 1972.
February 9, 2019
“Tobey Fisher” Crooner Nights
Dinner Menu: (Catered by Guido’s)
Mixed Greens Salad…Bistro Tender in a ‘Tawney Port’ reduction w/Mushrooms…Chicken Picata….Rigatoni & Peas in Pink Sauce…Bow tie pasta w/cherry tomatoes, spinach, lite sundried tomatoes, pine nuts… Sauteed Green Beans Almondine…. Rolls.&.Butter…and Dessert (mini Canoli)
Tickets: $40.00/ person
(See Tony Sanna or Julie Belfi-Sanna)
(314-223-9694 or 314-614-9534)
CASH BAR (with one complimentary ticket)
The St. Joseph Altar will be at St. Ambrose on the Hill, Sunday March 17th
11:00 am the Italian Mass will be held
The feast begins at 12:30 pm
McBride Homes, Missouri’s largest home builder, is under contract for a new development located in The Hill neighborhood of St. Louis City. Phase 1 will include 58 homesites.
The property is located off Bischoff Avenue and Hereford Street.
“We are happy to announce that we are bringing new construction of single family homes to The Hill,” said John F. Eilermann Jr., CEO and Chairman of McBride Homes. “We are thrilled to be a part of such an exciting development with the pent-up demand in the area.”
The new McBride community, The Manors at La Collina, will include 58 single family homes.
The community will offer a new top-of-the-line single family home product with brick fronts reminiscent of The Hill’s traditional neighborhood streetscape, plus rear entry one and two car detached garages with rear entry alley access.
“Our phones are already ringing off the hook and we are adding more people to the waiting list everyday,” stated Eilermann. “A prime Hill location and single family homes with great value make this community one buyers won’t want to miss.”
McBride Homes is partnering with the site developer, Draper and Kramer, to develop the site. McBride is taking the lead on the single family homes, while Draper and Kramer is developing an apartment complex on the adjacent property.
The neighborhood is expected to open for information in Summer 2019.
McBride Homes, celebrating over 73 years of building, offers homes in over 40 communities in metro St. Louis. McBride is based in Chesterfield and is the largest homebuilder in St. Louis and the state of Missouri. The company is currently ranked as the 41stlargest privately owned builder in the country and is 64th largest overall.