Calling all women: It's Lipstik Show time
Lipstik Women's Show on Saturday has something for everyone. Sample food and wine. Check out custom jewelry. Take home an attendance prize or learn how to make The Blue Owl's Strawberry Salad with Poppyseed Dressing.
Mary Hostetter, owner of the Kimmswick, Mo., restaurant, will tell you about her business at 10:30 a.m.
At noon, KMOX radio personality Carol Daniel will talk about overcoming adversity, and her new book, "All I Ever Wanted: Relationships, Marriage, Family."
At 1:30 p.m., Belleville entrepreneur David Brandt, of Sips N' Splatters, talks art and wine therapy.
Vendors at the show range from dermatologists to diet specialists, home remodelers to fashion and cosmetics consultants. You'll also have a chance to do some shopping.
Don't know much about Zumba? You will after attending the Lipstik show. Lessons will go on throughout the day.
The Lipstik Women's Show, sponsored by the Belleville News-Democrat, is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Gateway Center, One Gateway Drive in Collinsville.
Admission is $5 at the door.
Jazzy trio will play Saturday at Papa Vito's
The Peter Schlamb Trio featuring Karl McComas-Reichl and Sean Mullins, of Waterloo, will perform at Papa Vito's in Belleville from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday.
"It's jazz with a lot of improv," said Sean, 25, who grew up in Waterloo and now lives in New York City. "It's a little rock. There's a little hip-hop in it. It's all instrumental."
Vibraphonist, composer and St. Louis native Peter Schlamb first collaborated in 2007 with drummer Sean and bassist Karl in New York City.
Over the past six years they have honed a unique style of jazz while touring around the country performing Peter's music. On Saturday, they will play new compositions soon to be released on Schlamb's debut album.
Sean is the son of Michael and Melinda Mullins, of Waterloo. On his visit home, he looks forward to "free food ("Mom makes a pot roast that she's been making since I was a little kid."), air conditioning and having a car."