Today you can get $10 off a $50 purchase at Sappington Farmers’ Market, 8400 Sappington.
The $10 off coupon is in several local publications or you can get the coupon here.
You can’t use the coupon on milk products, liquor, gift certificates or case items. It’s good Aug. 11, 2011 only.
There’s still time to get your free e Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook. It’s a free Kindle-version download.
The cookbook featuresrecipes for 10 summertime treats Harry-style.
Thanks to Sheri at San Diego On The Cheap for the tip.
Today you can take advantage of one of our favorite grocery coupons ever.
You can get $10 off a $50 purchase at Shop N Save. It’s kind of weird because even though they call it “Coupon Thursday,” no coupon is necessary to get the deal.
And don’t forget to use your grocery receipt to get gas at Shop N Save and save 3 to 9 cents per gallon, depending on how much you spent on groceries.
Fine print: Certain items like fresh milk, pharmacy, beer, wine, spirits and a bunch of other non-food items are excluded. See the ad in the store, newspaper or online for details.
Find a store near you.
The event is a free, family-friendly outdoor music concert.
The Sanctuary’s house band “The Raptor Project” will be perform their songs in the amphitheater as birds of prey fly inches over the heads of those in the audience.
The house band is a warm-up for local fan favorite Javier Mendoza.
According to a WBS press release:
Javier has received many honors throughout his career. He is currently nominated for Best Solo Artist at The 2010-2011’s Riverfront Time’s Music Awards. He was voted Best Male Vocalist by the Reader’s Poll at the 2009’s Riverfront Time’s Music Awards, and also in 2009 KDHX Radio voted Javier Best Latin Artist.
With 11 albums spanning 11 years Javier demonstrates that he knows where he comes from and where he is going. On each CD he combines new influences, new musical inspirations and life experiences with the common thread of hope for the future. His dedication to creating new and different material and his passion for live performance keeps bringing the fans back again and again. Whether he’s playing for 10 people or a crowd of 10,000, Javier makes each show unforgettable. The physical and emotional energy he delivers is truly amazing and must be experienced to be believed.
Rather than focusing primarily on the future he is focusing on “Now” and how incredible the journey of life can be if you let it. For Javier living in the “Now” is about personal growth, working with great musicians, new fans, long time fans, and welcoming all that life has to offer without hesitation. When the big record labels come knocking Javier will be ready but until then, he plans to make the most of every second.
The World Bird Sanctuary is at 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road in Valley Park.
Admission to the concert and parking are free. No reservations are required. You can bring a picnic or purchase concessions onsite.
Ameren Missouri is sponsoring the event.
If you’re a wine lovers who’s headed to Lake of the Ozarks, you’ll be happy to know there’s a new winery there.
Golden Rock Winery, at 955 N. Business Rt. 5 in Camdenton, opened its doors recently with 30 wine varieties from all over the world.
Golden Rock produces wines with grapes from California, Italy, Germany, France and Chile and features 10 varieties of fruit wine, including a peach chardonnay.
Golden Rock’s full-service restaurant features appetizers, sandwiches, salads, pizza, pasta, steaks, tilapia and desserts. On Fridays and Saturdays live music is featured.
St. Louis suspense writer Scott Phillips will discusss “The Adjustment,” his latest gritty thriller at 7 p.m. tonight at St. Louis County Library Headquarters, 1640 S. Lindbergh, Ladue. The book is a classic noir story of blackmail and murder in post-World War II Wichita.
Phillips is the author of several popular thrillers including “The Ice Harvest,” which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and was made into a major motion picture starring John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton.
Books for signing will be available for purchase from Subterranean Books.
Now a Happy Hour everyone can enjoy!
Steak N Shake is offering half price shakes and drinks during day and night Happy Hours.
The deal is available 2-4 p.m. and 2-4 a.m. weekdays.
Sappington Farmers’ Market is sponsoring its second annual Food & Farmer’s Expo Sept. 18. You can buy food products, sample local foods and “Shake the Hand That Feeds You” (Michael Pollan).
The event will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 18 at the Webster Groves Recreation Complex 33 East Glendale Road.
Farmers’ Market is owned by a Missouri cooperative effort of small family farmers and rural entrepreneurs.