Philip Slein Gallery

Book Signing for “Growing Up with the River” at the Philip Slein Gallery 11/3/16

Philip Slein is an artist, a collector, and a gallery owner in the Central West End. He has been an admirer of the Missouri River, its valleys, and bluffs for decades and Dan asked him to contribute some comments for the cover of “Growing Up with the River”.

Philip Slein commented,

My introduction to the incredible beauty of the Missouri River valley was as a student at the university of Missouri where I met landscape painter Frank Stack. I bought one of his sun-fills soil paintings of the river and that began my years painting in this majestic valley. I credit this introduction with my life-long appreciation of our namesake river.

Just after the book was published, Phil hosted a reception and book signing at the Philip Slein Gallery which included all of Bryan Haynes’s original paintings as well as some sketches.

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Presentation and Book Signing at the St. Louis County Library

Presentation and Book Signing for “Growing Up with the River” at the St. Louis County Library 10/19/16

On October 19, a stormy night didn’t deter 70+ friends of St. Louis County Library from participating in a presentation and book signing by Dan, Connie, and Bryan.

Bonus:  A raffle for a bur oak tree — one of the main characters in “Growing Up with the River” — made the winner very happy (thanks to a generous donation from Forest ReLeaf)!

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Highlights from Peers-to-Treloar!

Feedback on the Fun: Peers-to-Treloar Highlights

Here is a wonderful article written by Cindy Gladden for the Warren County Record containing some highlights of the Peers-to-Treloar party.

We hope you were able to enjoy this time with us, but, if not, we have plenty of fun in store for you in the future. We can’t wait to do this again! Now, sit back and enjoy some pictures from the Peers-to-Treloar party.

It was a gorgeous fall day.

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Amazing music filled the air, and many adventures were had!

 

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Honeysuckle Hike and Peers-to-Treloar Party

Honeysuckle Hike

Date: Sunday, October 23, 2016
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: Treloar Elevator, on the Katy Trail, 5 miles west of Marthasville. Only 1 hour West of St. Louis. (Click here for map)

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Join us on the Katy Trail for a beautiful hike with professional naturalists from Missouri State Parks!
Vans will distribute hikers along the Trail where honeysuckle has been located. You’ll learn about native plants, wildflowers, wildlife, and what you can do to help control invasive species like Missouri’s most harmful invasive plant – bush honeysuckle.

Following the Honeysuckle Hike, you are invited to our community celebration at the annual Treloar Elevator Party from 11:30-4:00 PM for grilled brats, cold drinks, and live music from The River Rats band. All proceeds go to the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department.

Sign up to volunteer today!
Online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-music-grilled-bratwursts-a-honeysuckle-hike-on-the-katy-trail-tickets-26902844131

Sponsored by The Katy Land Trust, Missouri State Parks, and The Open Space Council for the St. Louis Region’s project Operation Wild Lands (OWLs).


First Time Ever: The Peers-to-Treloar PARTY

Date: Sunday, October 23, 2016
Time: Noon – 4:00 PM
Location: The Peers Store (16011 Concord Hill Rd. Marthasville, MO 63357)

  • Along the Katy Trail: 3.5 miles by bike, tram, road or foot from the Peers Store to the Treloar Elevator on the Katy Trail.
  • Special appearance by local artist Bryan Haynes at Peers.

Click the link to the event flyer below!
The Peers-to-Treloar PARTY

Sponsored by The Katy Land Trust

Honeysuckle Hike and Party on October 26

owlsSign up for a guided walk on the Katy Trail with professional naturalists from Missouri State Parks. In addition to a beautiful walk on one of Missouri’s most popular state parks, you will learn to identify and remove Missouri’s most harmful invasive plant, bush honeysuckle. This will not only remove harmful invasives, but gather valuable information on how the plant is spreading along the Trail.

Volunteers should meet at the Treloar Elevator on the Katy Trail at 10:30 a.m. (5 miles west of Marthasville on Highway 94). Vans will take hikers down the trail 4 miles east and 4 miles to the west for the Honeysuckle Hike back to Treloar. During the walk on the trail, naturalists will discuss native plants, wildflowers and wildlife and what can be done to control invasive species.

Following the Honeysuckle Hike back to Treloar, all are invited to the annual Treloar Elevator Party for a community celebration from 1 to 4 p.m. Food and cold drinks will be available (all proceeds to the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department). The River Rats band will providing music throughout the afternoon.

Click here for the event flyer.