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Portraits For PTSD In Memory of Capt. Thomas Casey McCausland

Special to the Soldiers Memorial Staff:

Friends of the late Captain Thomas Casey McCausland, U.S. Army (Ret.) are organizing an event to benefit The Mission Continues organization.  Capt. McCausland was a volunteer at the Soldiers Memorial Museum through The Mission Continues. Capt. McCausland died Friday, November 1, 2013.

Photo portrait sessions will be held in the Trolley Room in the Visitors Center in St. Louis Forest Park on Sunday, May 18, 2014.  Donations for the portrait photos will be given to The Mission Continues in support of their ongoing efforts serving veterans.

Event organizers are seeking volunteers with professional photography and digital photo processing backgrounds to help with the St. Louis event.

Further information can be found on the event Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/p4ptsd, or by contacting event organizer Morgan Miller, morgan@cornerstonephotography, 816-309-5179 directly.


 

Shakespeare At Soldiers Memorial


As part of SHAKE 38, the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Education Tour performs FAMILY OF KINGS, a 50-minute adaption of Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V.  Faced with his father’s imminent death and the need for a solid ruler on the throne, the young Prince Hal must choose between his “fun” life with his friend Falstaff and his duty to his father and country, which faces threats at home and abroad.


When:  Sunday, April 27, Noon – 1PM

Where:  On the steps of Soldiers Memorial Military Museum*

We recommend you bring a lawn chair for this 50-minute outdoor performance.

*In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place inside on the second floor of the memorial.



 

Missouri Civil War Heritage Foundation Symposium

US Grant Symposium


The Missouri Civil War Heritage Foundation will present The U. S. Grant Symposium, a series of events from April 4 through May 4, 2014 related to the Civil War in St. Louis and Missouri.  Several of the events will be held at the Soldiers Memorial Museum.  The full schedule of events can be reviewed by visiting 

http://symposium.mocivilwar.org/

 

Thank You Volunteers

Gardening Volunteers

Thank you Martha Conzelman and all the volunteers who take care of the flowerbeds and landscaping around the Soldiers Memorial building and at the Court of Honor.

 

Soldiers Memorial STL250 Cake

Soldiers Memorial has received it's very own STL250 Cake!

Read all about the STL250 Cake program here, as part of the ongoing celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of the City of St. Louis, 1764 - 2014.

STL250 Cake

 
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LOCATION:
1315 Chestnut Street St. Louis, MO 63103
PHONE:
(314) 622-4550
HOURS:
MON-FRI 9AM-4:30PM 
SAT-SUN 10AM-3PM

MUSEUM CLOSED:
 
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day

ADMISSION IS FREE:
Any voluntary donations will go to support the Museum and its programs.
Thank You!


MUSEUM PARKING:

On Chestnut Street with handicap accessibility on Pine Street.
On Chestnut Street, you may park in the "Permit Only" spaces, and obtain a one-day parking pass from the security guard (office immediately inside the East side of the Museum)

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