THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
3rd ANNUAL RCS HARVEST DINNER
presented by The Riverfront Cultural Society
Sunday October 7, 2018
5:30 pm cocktails served
dinner to follow cocktail hour
Farm to Table at it's best!
Join us for a delicious 5 course Tuscan-style dinner featuring locally sourced ingredients grown by the organic farmers and producers of Avant Gardens CSA. Italy is the home of the Slow Food Movement where the food is celebrated for it's distinctive, regional character. We want to bring you, if only for one night, the terroir of Missouri River Country. Our menu will feature an array of seasonal dishes including wine braised beef, artisan bread, seasonal salad, hand made pasta, and much more!
We will be dining outside in the green space behind Riverfront Cultural Society (indoors if inclement weather).
Tickets are $45 per person and are available for purchase via PayPal here below. Please Note: You must bring your receipt with you to the dinner to present as your ticket. The dinner will be limited to 50 guests.
Spirits provided by Pinckney Bend Distillery
Wine provided by Robller Winery
Music provided by Thom Pallozola
SALT OF THE EARTH
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Concert 8:00 - 10:00 pm
Cover Charge $10
Lynne Reif: Guitar, Harmonica, Cajon, Vocals
Mike Schrand: Bass, Baritone Guitar, Vocals
Jake Brookman: Cello
Jim Hieger: Guitar, Banjo
Salt of the Earth, a long-running folk quartet, delivers songs that are spiritually ruminative with a slice-of-life introspective. For them, the stage has proven a more conducive environment from which to share its songs and stories. Its newest album, Unspoken, presents thirteen new original songs as recorded in concert at the Riverfront Cultural Society in New Haven, Missouri.
Fine Art Show and Sale
During the FireFest Downtown New Haven, MO
Where: The lounge inside the Riverfront Cultural Society
When: Saturday, November 3 from 12 noon 'til dusk
Support the Riverfront Cultural Society and local artists by stopping in at our first annual art show and sale during FireFest. Many local artists' work will be on display!
RCS POTLUCK DINNER : VIETNAM
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Join us for a celebration of Vietnamese cuisine at the RCS during our next cultural potluck dinner. Time to make some pho, Bánh mì, or bring a bottle of Ruou can or bia. This event is free! Of course, any donations are always appreciated to help with the overhead costs at the Riverfront Cultural Society. If you are not able to bring a Vietnamese dish, just come with a special drink or dessert.
Violet and the Undercurrents will be at the 2019 National Women's Music Festival in Wisconsin, but you can enjoy an up-close and personal concert experience with them at the Riverfront Cultural Society in advance!
VIOLET AND THE UNDERCURRENTS
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Doors Open at 6:30 pm / Concert 8:00-10:30 pm
Cover Charge $15
With a variety of influences that include Local Natives, Ani DiFranco, Bob Dylan, Billie Holliday, St. Vincent and more, Violet and the Undercurrents tell seasoned stories with resplendent melodies and bold accents. Their freshness and familiarity beckons audiences to join them at the river — the source of their creative, replenishing energy.
Genre: Indie Folk Rock
Christmas Dinner & Stef Mahan Concert
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Saturday, December 15, 2018
Doors Open at 6:30 pm / Concert at 8:00 pm
$15 cover charge
One of the most popular Jazz groups in Mid-Missouri for over twenty five years. Mixing up Jazz with Reggae, Swing, Cajun and Island music. A welcome ambiance on a winter night to be sure!
Begins at 6:00 pm / $16 Cover Charge
Experience the unique tastes of Scotland, the music of the Wee Heavies, and the poetry of Robert Burns. Be swept away and raise a glass to traditional Scotch fanfare as we celebrate the great poet, Robert Burns. Our evening events will include:
Readings & Toasts
Parade of Haggis / Address to a Haggis
Food Tastings of Traditional Scottish Fare
Traditional Music by the Wee Heavies
Burns Night is a celebration of Celtic tradition, so please wear your festive attire if you so desire!
Burns Night Music will be provided by
The Wee Heavies
The Wee Heavies (Aaron Schiltz, Peter Merideth, Jay Harkey, and Steve Neale) started singing together in the Shaw Neighborhood of St. Louis in 2013. The mostly a cappella band has won a following with their mix of Scottish, Irish and American folk music that combines tradition with innovation and weaves together a unique take on the songs they sing. Between songs, the lads are just as entertaining through their humorous rapport and engaging storytelling.
Just a reminder: RCS is a BYOB venue so you won't be able to buy alcohol on-site. Please feel free to bring your own bottle of spirits and snacks to enjoy throughout the evening.