Whats Up/Heads Up

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Whats Up/Heads Up


02.16 Heart Ball The American Heart Association will host its benefit Heart Ball from 5:45 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Ritz Carlton-Clayton hotel, 100 Carondelet Plaza. Proceeds will go to the fight against cardiovascular disease and strokes. The event starts with a cocktail reception, followed by dinner and musical entertainment provided by the St. Louis All-Stars, featuring Arvell Keithley, Ralph Butler, Kim Massie, Velvet & Satin of the Fabulous Motown Revue and special guest Theo Peoples of the Four Tops. Tickets cost $500. For ticket information, call 314-920-5118.

02.18 Home Alone class for children St. Anthonys Medical Center in south St. Louis County is offering a Home Alone workshop to prepare children ages 8 to 11 to look after themselves when there is no adult supervision at their home. The workshop will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday (Presidents Day), in Classroom 122 of the Hyland Education & Training Center, 10020 Kennerly Road, on the campus of St. Anthonys. Children will learn important skills through interactive lessons and role-playing. The cost is $20 per child. Advance registration is required by calling 314-268-4669 or visiting www.stanthonysmedcenter.com.

02.19 Novelist to appear Novelist Ron Currie Jr. will discuss and sign copies of his latest novel, Flimsy Little Plastic Miracles, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Louis County Library Headquarters, 1640 South Lindbergh Boulevard. Currie also is the author of Everything Matters, a New York Times best-seller, and God is Dead. His short fiction has won prizes in the Worlds Best Short Story competition and has been shortlisted for the Fish International Short Story award and Swink magazines Emerging Writer Award. …

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