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2nd Sunday in Oct. is Fall Festival Time in Florissant

Sponsors, vendors and fairgoers are hoping for better weather this year for the Florissant Fall Festival than they had in 2014. Cool temperatures and rain didn’t keep everyone away, but blue skies and warm temperatures would be welcome Sunday, Oct. 11 along rue St. Francois.

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Thursday, Sept. 24

   Blood Pressure Clinic  at St. Catherine Retirement Community 3350 St. Catherine Street at 10:15 a.m. RSVP by calling 314-838-3877.

Happy Hour & Trivia at DeSmet Retirement Community, 1425 N. New Florissant Road, beginning at 2:30 p.m. For information call 314-838-3811.

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Dining Divas Rate 5 Star Burger In Clayton with Mostly 5s

Do you ever just want a good burger? If your household is anything like my household, you feel that way about every other day. When the Dining Divas decided to check out a burger joint, “joint” was definitely not what we found, especially in Clayton.

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Interior of the Brewhouse/restaurant

Interior of the Brewhouse/restaurant

A view of the lowered ceiling on the first floor of the newly renovated Ferguson Brewing Company that will soon re-open.

 

 

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Summer fun turns to Fall anticipation

 

A Late Summer Staycation Bids

Summer Farewell, But Welcomes Fall

               By Pat Lindsey

A well-planned St. Louis staycation in late August seems like a great way to say goodbye to summer and welcome fall. The many jewels of Forest Park and other popular attractions around the area are less crowded then because some of the children have already returned to school. And when my bachelor brother came for a visit during my son’s scheduled vacation, we just happened to have a week of perfect weather.

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First Person Accounts of St. Louis during Civil War

Author, Historian Nini Harris

To Appear at Taille de Noyer

Nini Harris, local historian and author of 13 books about St. Louis history and architecture, will appear at Taille de Noyer, 1896 S. Florissant Rd. (on McCluer High school campus) on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. She will speaking about her latest book “A Most Unsettled State, First Person Accounts of St. Louis During the Civil War.”

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