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This year Poetry Out Loud celebrates its ten-year anniversary as a national poetry recitation contest open to all high school students throughout all 50 states, and this year the Florissant Civic Center Theatre will host one of the nine Missouri regional competitions on Monday, Feb. 2 at 4 p.m.
Florissant Valley Historical Society to Host an Antique Appraisal Luncheon
Have you ever wondered what that family heirloom is worth? You will have an opportunity to find the answer at the Florissant Valley Historical Society Antique Appraisal Luncheon on Saturday, Jan. 31. This event will be held in the Sacred Heart Parish Center, 751 N. Jefferson St., Florissant. Appraisals will begin at 11 a.m. with lunch to follow.
The Valley of Flowers Festival draws visitors not just from Florissant, but from the entire region. It is estimated that approximately 150,000 people will visit the three-day festival in its 53rd year this May.
Mark Behlmann to Challenge
Tom Schneider for Mayor
Only 1 Race For City Council
By Carol Arnett
It will be a two-man race for Florissant Mayor in the April 7th election. Incumbent Mayor Tom Schneider is running for re-election. He will be challenged by Mark Behlmann.
Efforts Continue to Grow to Get
Rotary’s License Fee Office Back
The list of local leaders continues to grow in the efforts to reverse a state decision to award the Florissant license office to a for-profit company in St. Charles County, taking it from the long-time license holder, the Florissant Rotary Club. The not-for-profit Rotary Club of Florissant has appealed the state license decision.
Hazelwood Closes City Hall Jan. 19
Hosts 13th Annual Tribute for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The City of Hazelwood has announced that its City Hall will be CLOSED to the public on Monday, January 19, for Dr. Martin Luther King’s special holiday. The building will re-open for business on Tuesday, January 20, during its regular operating hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.« Previous Entries Next Entries »