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This group has been created to allow liberals to have a space of their own in what often seems to be a sea of midwestern conservatism - a place where we can relax and enjoy each others company. And if a liberal issue is raised, the conversation can be peaceful without rancorous debate.
The Liberal Boomer group is intended to be an affinity group.
We grew up in times - rather like now - of extreme polarization that shaped our world view. If you are a liberal-boomer and want to spend time with same, enjoy relaxed pleasant conversation and explore the Saint Louis region, then join us.
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Please join us as we rock and roll on the river. We always have a blast on Blues Cruise. First there is always great music and this time is no different as the popular Jeremiah Johnson band will be playing. The dance floor will be open and active. And if that’s not enough there is an open air top deck where you can go to see some great views of the riverfront, the Stan Musial bridge and just enjoy the cruise on the river.
This event will probably sell out so get your tickets now. Tickets are about $22.00 and you can get them on line or via the phone. Google the Gateway Arch and you will find something on the riverboat cruises. If you have problems finding it, call me[masked] and I can help you.
Some helpful tips. They do sell drinks on the boat but very little in the way of food. I would suggest eating (and drinking) beforehand. Also, there is no assigned seats so first come, first serve. I try to get there early and get up in line to get a table(s) on the level you enter on (the main level. It is always helpful to have more there to possibly get more seats together. Once again, rsvp’s help so I know who to look for. Last, allow yourself time to get parked and on the boat. Parking is usually available on the river front depending on the water level.