On Thursday, St. Louis readers should get on over to this:
The cine16 Film Series presents
Thursday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Missouri History Museum, Lindell at DeBalivere
Films being screened: A Little Girl and a Gunny Wolf (1971); Soccer for Girls (1962); Fashion for a Career (c.1960s); Women in Science and Engineering (1984); My Name is Susan Yee (1976); Mother Hen’s Family (The Wonder of Birth) (1953); Jobs in the City: Women at Work (c.1960s); My Mother Is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World: A Ukrainian Folk Tale (c.1980s). The program was curated by Claire Nowak-Boyd in conjuction with a Missouri History Museum exhibit on America's First ladies. The museum cafe will be open through intermission, serving snacks and drinks of all kinds.
Then, if you need more films this week, check out what may be the first downtown street festival east of Tucker in ages: Locust Avenue Film Festival and Street Party. This event includes not only film screenings, but a fashion show, jazz, booze and bingo.