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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.
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.
COMMUNITY DAY & CITY PARADE
Business products and samples, community resources, health screenings, youth activities and free food and entertainment are among some of the attractions planned for the annual 2015 Dellwood Community Day & City Parade scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19.
The community event is set to start at 10:30 a.m. with a city parade to begin at the New Life Community Center Church of God & Christ (1570 Chambers Dr. 63135) and will continue on West Florissant to the Dellwood Recreation Center. The parade will feature the Mayor of the City of Dellwood, along with other City Officials, Shriners International, Riverview and McCluer-South Berkeley High School marching bands, D.A.R.E., local businesses and a special performance by the Gentlemen of Vision step team.
Immediately following, the first-ever business expo and health fair will be held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Dellwood Recreation Center. Residents can enjoy shopping local with area businesses with a list of over 40 participating vendors from retail to auto care services. Representatives from healthcare providers will be on hand to answer questions, give advice and provide screenings. Youth and families will enjoy a host of continuing activities from live music, bounce houses, free food and entertainment. In addition, Ameren UE will provide giveaways and bill consultations throughout the event. The Cost is Free –
City of Ferguson Responds to the
Ferguson Commission Report
Ferguson City Council members along with Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III, issued a statement Tuesday offering appreciation “the hard work and dedication” of the Ferguson Commission which released its final report, Forward through Ferguson: a Path toward Racial Equality, on Monday at a press conference
2015 Hazelwood Harvestfest Coming Saturday, Sept. 12
Hazelwood Harvestfest will be held Saturday, Sept. 12, at Howdershell Park. Residents are encouraged to bring their families, neighbors and out-of-town guests to enjoy the best that Hazelwood has to offer with its annual fall festival from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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.”« Previous Entries Next Entries »