Love Bank Park programming is overseen by the Executive Director of Cherokee Street Development League, coordinated and executed by community members. Cherokee Street Development League implements programs at Love Bank Park to address the social, educational, creative, and environmental needs of the area. Love Bank Park has served as a space for community gatherings, flea markets, bonfires, youth basketball tournaments, art projects, music videos, BBQs, movie screenings, plantings, live music, and parties.
- 2853 Cherokee St.
St. Louis, MO 63118
It’s the 7th annual Trick or Treat on Cherokee Street! Start at Love Bank Park at Cherokee and Nebraska and make your way down the street to collect goodies from participating businesses.
Celebrate Juneteenth at Love Bank Park on Cherokee Street. This family-friendly event features food, vendors, live music, speakers, and more.
Join youth from our Cherokee Street neighborhoods as they undertake an effort to clean up the streets and alleys in our community and neighborhood.
The Cherokee Street Community Market at Love Bank Park begins Wednesday, May 9th at 4:30pm and will pop up once a month on the second Wednesday through October. The market features fresh produce, hot food, art, and entertainment. Cherokee Street Community Market is more than just a farmers market, it’s a celebration!
Join together to craft this Sunday afternoon at Love Bank Park! You can pick out free shirt to deconstruct and reconstruct. Make your shirt into a bag or keep it as a shirt and learn about reverse tie dye.
Join Freedom Arts and Education Center for their original workshop “Pulse, Rhythm, Life” that will be hosted at Love Bank Park on Saturday, September 8th, 15th, and 22nd from noon to 2pm. This workshop demonstrates that when a group of people are united by a universal power such as rhythm, barriers are broken down and perspectives are expanded.
Juneteenth, also known as the African American Independence Day, is one of the oldest holidays in American history. Juneteenth commemorates the announcement of the abolishment of slavery on June 19th, 1865. The Union Soldiers sailed into Galveston Texas, announced the end of The Civil War, and read aloud General Granger’s Order No. 3. This announced the freeing a quarter of a million slaves in the state.
Dutchtown South Community Corporation and Erase the Trace are teaming up for a series of cleanups this year. In May we’re headed to Cherokee Street. Join us at Love Bank Park and help us Erase the Trace! Every volunteer gets their own waste reduction toolkit: Water bottle, recycle bin and more! Gloves, bags and lunch will be provided.