Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective presents Peace in the Prairie, an original presentation exploring the concepts of peace and violence, juxtaposing urban life as experienced by black and brown people living in the city of St. Louis, Missouri and the state’s endangered prairie lands.
Is the path towards peace through Missouri’s native prairies?
The mission of The Audubon Center at Riverlands is to connect people to the beauty and significance of the Mississippi River and the Great Rivers confluence, to inspire conservation of the river’s rich diversity in birds, wildlife and other natural resources, and to support healthy, vibrant communities.
At Peace in the Prairie from 10:00-2:00 The Center will share information about access to our public lands and the birds who live here with us.
At 2:30 The Center’s staff will information on Birds in Missouri Prairies through a public presentation.
The Audubon Center at Riverlands’ works to empower the next generation of stewards to recognize the significance of natural spaces and the benefits it provides to plants, animals and humans.
April 22, 2022
10:00 AM-9:30 PM
Main Event 7:00 PM
World’s Fair Pavilion in Forest Park
Saint Louis, Missouri
Free and open to the public
Come experience Peace in the Prairie!
Vendors, performances, presentations, and an original film providing information and experiences for victims of violence and healing through greater access to Missouri’s public lands!
Visit Eventbrite for free admission tickets, details and to pre-order meals:
Peace in the Prairie is presented with support from Missouri Arts Council, a State Agency, which receives support from the State of Missouri.
Story Stitchers is supported by The Lewis Prize for Music’s 2021 Accelerator Award. The mission of The Lewis Prize is to partner with leaders who create positive change by investing in young people through music.
Additional support for Saint Louis Story Stitchers is provided by the Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund, City of St. Louis Youth at Risk Crime Prevention grant of 2021, March For Our Lives, Edward Jones Community and Philanthropic Giving, and Kranzberg Arts Foundation.