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The next full Ferguson Commission meeting will be held at the Emerson YMCA, 3390 Pershall Road. Before that meeting, working groups are conducting meetings to help finalize their calls to action and research into separation of powers in municipal courts, transportation and job creation efforts, among other topics.
Friday, July 3
Tai Chi classes at The Bridge at Florissant and Life Care Center, 1201 Garden Plaza Drive off Parker Road every Friday at 2 p.m. Call Morgan or Mary to RSVP at 314-831-0988. Class size is limited.
STLCC-Florissant Valley Hosts Event On Peace and Transformation
St. Louis Community College is seeking proposals from organizations, community members, citizens, artists and performers to participate September 18-19 in an event celebrating and promoting peace and community transformation in Ferguson and the surrounding communities. The deadline for submission is 5 p.m. July 10.
Nestled between an aerial arts studio (think trapeze and acrobats) and a music studio (think Pitbull and “The Voice”) is Spare No Rib, an American, Mexican, and Barbeque restaurant. In the Benton Park neighborhood known for Hodak’s and Blues City Deli, Spare No Rib shares the same parking lot as Hodak’s and isn’t what you’d expect from a neighborhood south city restaurant.
Independence Day begins with a 10 a.m. parade from Paul Avenue and S. Florissant Road through Ferguson and ends with fireworks at January-Wabash Memorial Park, 501 N. Florissant Road. In-between there will be food, games, and a multitude of special events for the whole family. The theme for the 41st annual Ferguson celebration is Childhood Heroes.
Art & Wine Wednesday Night Out is planned for Wednesday, June 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Korte’s Custom Framing and Antiques. Along with an exhibition of works by 18 artists, a plaque will be dedicated for Frank and Josephine Korte.« Previous Entries Next Entries »