St. Louis is home to the nation's
tallest monument, the Gateway Arch, rising 630 feet
above the Mississippi river.
Reception at the Arch on Wednesday, May 18, from 7:00-9:00 pm, will provide attendees an opportunity
to see the Arch in a unique way. In addition to food, drink and
live music, attendees may (at no cost):
tram rides to the top of the Arch. A four-minute ride will deposit
attendees at the top of the Arch where windows offer panoramic
views, both east and west.
the Museum of Westward Expansion. The museum contains some of
the rarest artifacts from the days of Lewis and Clark, and 19th
century pioneers who helped shaped the west.
the documentary movie on the making of the Arch: "Monument
to the Dream" by Academy Award winning filmmaker, Charles
Guggenheim. Running time approximately 30 minutes.
Go to the Arch web site for much
more information on this amazing structure.