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1 Mile Fun Run and 5K at Shrine

3rd Annual ‘Race to the Shrine’ on Oct. 22

Mayor Schneider and Ward 3 Councilman Joe Eagan announced the 3rd Annual “Race to the Shrine” which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Old St. Ferdinand Shrine beginning with the 1 mile Fun Run that starts at 3:30 p.m. and the 5k Race starts at 4 p.m. The “Race to the Shrine” benefits multiple programs with local area Florissant parishes.

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Northwinds at FCC Oct. 23

Northwinds Concert Band’s ‘Sunday at the Pops’ Oct. 23

Northwinds Concert Band, under the direction of Larry Marsh, will present a “Sunday at the Pops” concert on October 23, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. in the Florissant Civic Center Theatre. Tickets are $8, $6, and may be reserved by calling the box office at (314) 921-5678.

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Library will be close for 6-12 months

Flo.Valley Branch Library

To Close For Renovations Oct. 29

St. Louis County Library is nearly finished with the first phase of the “Your Library Renewed” campaign. Eleven new or renovated branches will be completed by the end of September.

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Ice Rink Opening date in Florissant

J.J.Eagan Center Opens

Outdoor Ice Rink Oct. 24

The Florissant Parks and Recreation Department is announcing that the James J. Eagan Center’s outdoor ice rink will be opening for the season on Monday, Oct. 24

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Another Great Year for Fido Follies

Fido Follies Still Remains a Fall Festival Crowd Favorite

Story and photos by Nichole Richardson


huskie-lab-dogThe much-anticipated Fido Follies Dog Show was held Sunday afternoon at the Government Center parking lot on rue St. Francois, and once again drew big crowds of canines and humans alike. As always, the show was hosted by Baronwood Kennels and emceed by owner, Terrie Bert.

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New Florissant Real Estate Rental

Rules Gets Council Approval and Comments

By Carol Arnett

The Florissant City Council Monday passed a bill that will change residential rental real estate regulations The bill will allow a rental license to be suspended or revoked if the tenant does not pay utility bills. It also requires tenants to have a federal or state issued ID, and makes criminal activity by the tenant or tenant’s guest a reason for eviction.


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