Join Us February 11 for The Spark Dinner

Last week, community members from across St. Louis joined FoodSpark for a brainstorming session about ideas on Arts & Culture. Throughout this interactive experience, seven ideas were shaped by nearly thirty people who engaged with us. 

As a finale to this series, we invite you to now join us February 11 at The Luminary for The Spark Dinner, which will help provide a micro-grant to Arts & Culture ideas that will be pitched throughout the evening. Learn more about it below, get details via the FoodSpark website, and get your tickets now via Facebook and Eventbrite.

Thank you again for your participation. 

De, Maria, and Sophie


Making Ideas Happen: Introducing
The Spark Dinner 

February 11: The Spark Dinner

5:00–7:00pm @ The Luminary 

This catered dinner will convene community members, arts lovers, foodies, local leaders, and more to celebrate ideas that have been sparked around Arts & Culture in St. Louis. With ideas being pitched throughout the evening, ticket revenue from the event will provide a micro-grant to one idea voted on by attendees. 

Learn more  |  Get tickets  

Pitch Your Arts & Culture Projects
& Ideas for Funding at The Spark Dinner

Do you have a project or idea you've been working on related to this subject? Submit a proposal of your project to be pitched for a chance at receiving a micro-grant by e-mailing a one-page PDF proposal about it to by Wednesday, February 7.

More for You:

Get the Conversation Guide for the Arts & Culture Series

For some, this time of year may conjure discussions on hard and brave topics. FoodSpark has compiled some of its conversation guides and resources from past dinners to help facilitate conversations about pressing social issues. Check out the guides.

Get Involved with FoodSpark

  1. Join our St. Louis Facebook group.
  2. Volunteer with us, and join our team. 
  3. Host your own FoodSpark events.
  4. Share FoodSpark with friends via the links below.

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