Happy Holidays from St. Louis Dad! I hope you enjoy this late Christmas gift of five more instrumentals for you to enjoy royalty free! This batch includes some uplifting and very funky tracks for you to use however you wish. I especially like Project 23’s groove.
StLouisDad.com Instrumentals – Vol.05 will be released under a Creative Commons license. Read more about the specific license attached to these instrumentals here. If you have any questions about any of the instrumentals I can do my best to answer them, just send me an email.
Please comment below or email me with a link to your project if you use one of these instrumentals. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did making them and be sure to subscribe and follow me on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to find out when Vol. 06 will be released!
Discover endless riches when Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt comes to your hometown! Disney On Ice sets the gold standard with a skating spectacular filled with classic Disney moments.
Get tangled up in Disney’s 50th animated feature with Rapunzel and Flynn and enter the worlds of your favorite Disney princesses: Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Aurora, Tiana, Mulan and, of course, the one who started it all, Snow White.
Ahoy, Mateys! Set sail with Peter Pan, the always sassy Tinker Bell and the cantankerous Captain Hook & his pirate pals on an adventure beyond Never Land! Trek the wilds of Africa with Simba, Nala, Pumbaa and Timon as they discover the true meaning of the ‘Circle of Life.’ Tick-Tock! Tick-Tock! Don’t be late to a very important date with Alice & the Mad Hatter as they march with the Queen of Hearts’ Army Of Cards. You won’t want to miss this show full of Disney treasures to remember.
At the beginning of 2016 Disney is coming to the Scott Trade Center! Check it out as many of your favorite Disney characters will be there January 28th – 31st!
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You can easily win FOUR tickets to this event (tickets will only be for the January 28th show). To win, start by liking St. Louis Dad and Disney On Ice on Facebook and then comment on this post below telling St. Louis Dad who your child is most excited to see at the Treasure Trove and write about your fondest Disney memory! It is as easy as that! On Decemeber 25th I will raffle off four tickets to the January 28th show at the Scott Trade Center. I will contact the winner using the email address provided when commenting, so be sure the email you enter is accurate! If a winner does not respond within 24 hours I will select another winner at random. Tickets will be available at will call one day prior to the performance.
Rules and other information about this contest:
Feld Family Events provided St. Louis Dad with the prizes for this contest. This contest is only available to participants who can attend the January 28th show. Page likes and comments will be verified before a winner is selected. Winners must respond within 24 hours to claim their prize. If 24 hours passes and a winner did not respond then another winner will be selected at random. Questions about this contest can be sent to Richie@StLouisDad.com.
Don’t want to try your luck with the contest? Purchase your tickets today! You can save $5 by using the promo code BLOG16, this promo code offer is not valid on Thursday, Jan. 28 7 p.m. performance. Offer not valid on premium seating. No double discounts. Additional fees may apply. Offer subject to ticket availability.
RockWorldEast.com has provided me with two awesome Ugly Christmas Sweaters to give away to a couple lucky St. Louis Dad readers. Because I know you probably already have enough things to do I want to make this contest as easy as possible… So all you have to do is like Rock World East AND St. Louis Dad on Facebook, and then post your favorite holiday food and/or drink in the comment section below this post! On Monday, December 14th I will put all names into a hat and draw a winner! I know it’s not fancy but it’s just so fun drawing names out of a hat! So be sure to use a real email address when commenting so I can contact you to get your shipping info. I will have the ugliest sweater sent out the next day so you can impress all of your in-laws with your awesome sweater!
Curious as to what Ugly Christmas Sweaters I am giving away? Well I’m not gonna tell you because that would ruin the surprise when you open your prize. I will tell you that the sweater will be one of these listed on RockWorldEast.com. You don’t want to play any games and just want to buy a sweater yourself? Well, use the code XMAS20 today and tomorrow (12/11/15) only to get 20% off all orders!
Rules and other information about this contest:
RockWorldEast.com provided St. Louis Dad with the prizes for this contest. This contest is only available to residents in the lower 48 states. Winners must respond within 24 hours to claim their prize. If 24 hours passes and a winner did not respond then another winner will be selected at random. Questions about this contest can be sent to Richie@StLouisDad.com.
WINNERS HAVE BEEN CONTACTED FOR THIS GIVEAWAY. THANK YOU TOO ALL THAT PARTICIPATED!
Robertson Fire Protection District in Hazelwood, Missouri spent this past weekend going around doing just one of the things they do best every year, and that is spreading holiday cheer! For as long as I have lived in my home the RFPD has made their way around the neighborhood with horns blaring and sirens wailing all to let the children of the neighborhood know that Santa has arrived.
Each year RFPD has gone around in a parade style fashion dressed as Santa meeting neighborhood children and residents. Kids get to sit on Santa’s lap and have their picture taken with Santa. He also has a bag filled with stuffed animals and each child is sure to get something lovable and warm to cuddle. Adults are treated to a candy cane and smiles, laughs, and waves with the fire fighters, EMTs and, and other RFPD workers.
When we started hearing the horns and sirens we knew Santa was just about to our house. So we bundled up and went outside to wait for him. It didn’t take too long for Santa and the RFPD to make their way down to our house and once they did they made sure to light up the lights and sound off the horns. Alex abosoltuely loved every minute of it. He is a big fan of large trucks and loud sirens. Abby was also excited about Santa’s arrival was the first one on his lap. After the kids got their pictures we waved goodbye as they honked and drove on down the street to their next stop.
What the Robertson Fire Protection District is doing here in St. Louis County (Hazelwood) is fantastic. I feel like it helps bring neighbors together and also an air of excitement to the community. We hope that as long as we live where we do that RFPD will continue to bring Santa to town for all of the children to see.
Do you have any cool community traditions in your neighborhood? Share your stories below!