Saturday, October 7, 2017 | 10am – 3pm
We hope you will join us the first Saturday in October as we uncover great finds across the St. Louis Area at our fifth annual I'm Still Gorgeous Furniture Tour. Each participating shop will allow you the opportunity to:
- Enjoy complimentary appetizers and beverages.
- Purchase raffle tickets to win prizes in each store, benefiting Miriam School (K–8) and Miriam Academy (9–10).
- Hear fun, design-related presentations on the hour, every hour.
Miriam Switching Post
292 Hanley Industrial Court
Raffle item: Holiday gift basket
Topic: Professional designer tips on using and repurposing furniture and unusual items
The Green Goose
1267 S. Laclede Station Road
Raffle item: Gift basket valued at $150
Topic: Transform furniture and accessories with Maison Blanche furniture paint
Warson Woods Gallery
10091 Manchester Road
Raffle item: $100 gift certificate
Topic: The thrill of the hunt
Jon Paul Designs
7014 Clayton Road
Raffle item: Crystal ship decanter
Topic: Estate sales
Encore Consignment Gallery
287 Lamp & Lantern Village
Raffle item: $250 gift certificate
Topic: Discovering your decorating style
About Miriam: The Learning Disability Experts
Miriam improves the quality of life for children with learning disabilities and their families through innovative and comprehensive programs. Their legacy spans over 100 years in St. Louis, opening their doors in 1910. Today Miriam serves more than 1,000 children through its three programs: Miriam School serving K–8th grades, Miriam Learning Center, and the new Miriam Academy, a high school for 9th and 10th grade students.
Founded in 1956, Miriam School provides a personalized learning program and nurturing community to ensure students with complex learning disabilities thrive both academically and socially. With a 10:1 student to faculty ratio, Miriam School has dedicated special education and therapy staff who work collaboratively to develop a learning plan for each child. The Miriam Learning Center provides services to students, ages three to 18 years, who wish to remain in their current educational environment but need specialized in-school and after-school support services to meet their potential. The Learning Center annually serves more than 900 children who attend more than 200 different private, public, or parochial schools, or are homeschooled. In fall of 2016, Miriam Academy opened as the first private, independent high school dedicated to students with learning differences. Miriam Academy educates high school students in an environment designed to help them excel.
To learn more about Miriam, please visit miriamstl.org.