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The Scotts [Lawn Care] Major League Baseball (MLB) Pitch, Hit & Run is making a stop in the City of Hazelwood on Sunday, April 14, at the Hazelwood Sports Complex, 4622 Aubuchon Road. Starting time is 1 p.m.
Friday, April 12
Fraternal Fires 1st Annual Barbecue Cook-off at Knights of Columbus grounds at 50 rue St. Francois. Music starts at 6 p.m., Wing Ding at 6:30. $15 for wing tasting and two drinks. Other concessions available. Proceeds to Police and Fire Department charities. Event continues Saturday.
St. Louis City and St. Louis County voters are also voting on Proposition P. This proposition, if passed, would increase the sales tax in St. Louis and St. Louis county by 3/16 of a cent for retail purchases, excluding food and prescription drugs.
This is Hazelwood’s biggest and most popular Easter event of the year, scheduled for Saturday, March 30. Hundreds of children, age 10 and under, show up to hunt for Easter eggs in five different areas according to these age groups: Under 24 months; Ages 2-3; Ages 4-5; Ages 6-7; and Ages 8-10.
Do you ever wonder what that old toy, class ring or piece of war memorabilia you have stashed away in your closet is worth? You might be sitting on a small fortune. Mark your calendar because the Great American Treasure Hunt and their specialists are coming to Florissant, March 26-30 at the Hampton Inn, 55 Dunn Road. Hours will be 9-6 March 26-29 and 9-4 on Saturday, March 30.
Friday, March 22
Fish Fry every Friday through April 12 at American Legion Post 444, 17090 Old Jamestown Road (2 1/2 miles north of Jamestown Mall) (314-741-7786)
Fish Fry every Friday through March 29 at Knights of Columbus, 50 rue St. Francois (next to Old St. Ferdinand Shrine). 3:30 – 7 p.m. Dine in or take out.« Previous Entries Next Entries »