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Summer is coming to a close! Family vacations and summer fun are almost over, but the fun never stops at Third Degree! Celebrate sending the kids back to school at our next monthly open house!

This Third Friday, we’re giving back by collecting school supplies for underserved kids in the City of St. Louis. Drop off your school supplies at the door and receive a free snowcone from St. Louis Snowcone!


Glassmaking Demonstrations: Geek out over the glass making process!
Glassblowing Demos at 6:15p, 7:30p, 8:45p.
Flameworking Demos at 6:00p, 7:30p, 8:45p.

Show us your creative side with our glass art experiences! $35 per project*
Glassblowing (Ages 10+): Sculpt glowing molten glass into a paperweight
Flameworking (Ages 10+): Melt glass rods through a torch to craft beautiful beads. Add them to a bracelet, keychain or necklace pendant!
Fused Glass: Cut and layer pieces of glass to create jewelry, wine charms, bug magnet, glass tile, or nightlight.
*Experiences are first come, first served. No advance registration available. See below for available options.

Nothing beats an end-of-summer weenie roast! Grab a bite from St. Louis’ newest purveyor of hot dogs, HotDog Daddy!

East Gallery presents “Fire and Water” by Brenda Gilliam. More info below.

7:00p: The Yard Darts takes the stage for fun, different arrangements of your favorite tunes from Janis Joplin to Lady Gaga.

8:30p: The St. Louis Fire Technicians turn up the heat on the patio!

Doors open at 6:00p.
Admission is FREE for all ages
No RSVP required

Limited onsite parking is available. Guests arriving later at the event may have to park nearby on Delmar Blvd. 

ON DISPLAY: "Fire and Water" by Brenda Gilliam

It’s summertime, with the suns fire in the sky and ocean waves dancing along the shoreline. This is my second summer in St Louis. I love this city, it’s home.
However, I do miss previous summers spent along the coastal lowcountry of South Carolina, home of my heart and soul.
These paintings, originals in acrylic and graphite on canvas, were inspired by barefoot moments on Folly Island SC.
A complement to the element of fire on the west side of this building.

About the Artist:

With an extensive background in graphic design and illustration, with an appreciation for the esthetics of mid-century to the 70s, and the tendency to interpret everyday moments and experiences in the subject matter of my paintings … I play with color, shape, pattern, texture, composition, balance, and movement in my work.

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