The History & Architecture of Union Station - Attendee Luncheon

Darlene Menietti
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Code: T14 Cost: $45/$50 after Sept. 30

Recommended for: Entire Staff | Subject: History Luncheon | CE Credit: N/A

Note: Limited to 60 attendees.

Course Description:

Join Resident Historian, Darlene Menietti, as she presents the history of St. Louis Union Station. Built-in 1894 as the biggest train station in the country, Union Station served as a major transportation hub during World War II, with more than 200,000 passengers a month. While the Station played a big role in transportation, its architectural splendor is like no other in the Midwest. Learn of little hidden gems to look for as you explore this beautiful building during your stay.

New York Deli menu: Soup du Jour, Caesar salad, bean salad with vegetables, and mustard potato salad. Tuna salad, roast beef, ham, and turkey sandwiches. Assorted cheeses, bread and chips. Brownies, bars and New York cheesecake for dessert.

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