We are dedicated to carrying on Trinity's legacy of kindness and compassion for animals and the environment. We accomplish this by providing supplies and necessary support to other non-profit organizations that operate to protect and serve the best interests of animals and the environment. Trinity's Way also hosts community events to educate the public about these issues and positively impact our local area. Connect with us via social media at jointrinitysway.
Coming September 12th from 3-7 PM! Join us at Jacoby's Art Center at 627 East Broadway in downtown Alton!
Tickets are $5 at the door!
Jason "Gordo" Gordon does an absolutely amazing, MUST SEE, solo live looping show. Whether you’re familiar with looping or not, it is guaranteed, his show is unlike any other.
Gordo has reinvented the art of the “One Man Band”, and truly brings live looping to a whole new level. He plays, records (on the fly), and loops every instrument completely live (rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, horns, harmonica, lead and harmony vocals).
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Come enjoy more than 25 bands and musicians at our fourth annual Trinity River Festival! TRF is all about celebrating Trinity's spirit and love of music.
Stroll vendor row and check out handmade goods and direct-sales products. Sample eats and treats from food vendors.
You can buy one-day only tickets, or save $5 on a weekend pass (available online only). There is a $10 entry fee at the gate for each day. All proceeds from this event benefit Trinity's Way.
Sunday Funday with Gordo will include:
Chance to win great prizes
Kids Painting and Kids Coloring provided by Jacoby's Art Center
Trinity's Way Merch
Food available for purchase includes:
Pulled pork sandwiches with chips
Vegetarian/vegan options offered by River's Vedge