There’s big things going on in the neighborhood in May! Start the month with the Cinco de Mayo festival on Cherokee Street. Finish off may with a busy Memorial Day weekend featuring the Dutchtown Bike Tour, Marquette Park pool opening, and the Cherokee Caravan.
Believe it or not, spring is around the corner! It’s about time to get out and enjoy the neighborhood.
Brave the cold, fight off cabin fever, and get out to support your neighborhood businesses and institutions in February! There’s plenty going on in Dutchtown, and after a cold and snowy January, local businesses can really use your support.
Sorry we’re late! The calendar didn’t start to really fill up until after the new year began. But we’ve got plenty for you to do in Dutchtown once you dig yourself out from the Snowpocalypse.
Start the month of June with STL Open Streets, the Blessing of the Bikes, and the Dutchtown Bike Tour all happening on Saturday, June 2nd. Free summer camps at Thomas Dunn Learning Center kick off this in June as well. A multi-ward election candidate forum, neighborhood meetings, and plenty of other opportunities to engage with your neighborhood round out a busy June calendar, certainly with more to come. Check our calendar, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for all the latest events.
The Gravois Park Neighborhood Association meets at 6:00 this Tuesday, October 11th, and every second Tuesday of the month at the old Jefferson Bank building, 3353 California at Cherokee.
On Saturday, June 18th, City agencies will be out in full force helping to clean up the neighborhood. You can help just by properly placing your bulky trash items in the alley, cleaning up trash on your street, or clearing out overgrown weeds in your alley. The Forestry, Streets, and Refuse Departments will be out and about in the 20th and 25th Wards to help and make extra pickups.
Three meetings are scheduled around the neighborhood on Thursday, May 26th. Try to get out to at least one! Keep up with all the neighborhood happenings by visiting our calendar, and let us know if you have an event coming up.
Neighborhood assemblies for participatory budgeting have started in the 20th Ward. At these assemblies, residents can help to decide how $100,000 in ward capital funds will be spent.