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.
There’s Halloween fun for the whole family around Dutchtown! Enterprising kids have a lot of candy in their future with a couple of trunk or treats on Meramec along with multiple businesses on Cherokee opening their doors for trick-or-treaters.
The Dutchtown Bike Tour and Blessing of the Bikes returns in 2018! This year the Bike Tour, which starts and ends at Urban Eats Café, will cross paths with the STL Open Streets event on Compton from Meramec to Cherokee.
Whether you’re new to the neighborhood, considering buying instead of renting, or just looking for a change of scenery, there’s always something for you in Dutchtown!
May starts off big with the Cherokee Street Cinco de Mayo Festival and the People’s Joy Parade. There’s also plenty going on throughout the rest of the month. Don’t forget to check our calendar regularly, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for all the latest events.
Winter weather is still here and it seems like everyone’s cooped up at home, but you still have plenty of opportunities to get out and get involved with the Dutchtown community in February. Check our calendar or follow us on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date with what’s going on in the neighborhood.
There’s already lots on the calendar for September, but we’ll keep this post updated when anything else comes up! You can try to keep up here, check DutchtownSTL.org/calendar, like our page on Facebook (facebook.com/DutchtownSTL), or follow us on Twitter (@DutchtownSTL) to stay up to date on events around the neighborhood.
Neighbors building wealth strengthens our community! The Dutchtown South Community Corporation is teaming up with Midwest Bankcentre through the Bank On, Save Up program to offer financial empowerment classes at our office at Meramec and Virginia. We want to help neighbors on the path to posterity, wealth building and homeownership within our community. Check out the dates and session topics on the flyer above.