Cherokee Street Business Association

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 20, 2018 | Comments Off on Cherokee Street Business Association

 

Cherokee Street Business Association meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm and covers events, updates and information regarding Cherokee Street.  All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee Street are welcome and encouraged to attend.  The June CSBA Meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, June 21st at 5:30pm.

COME, CONTRIBUTE, LEARN, LISTEN about everything happening on the street and surrounding communities. This is one of the many ways to learn about what is happening in the area. If you cannot make it, or would like to contribute or provide input in a different forum, feel free to email: anne@cherokeestreet.com.  All voices should be heard and everyone can be contributing to the growth and development of the street!

Upcoming Events @ The Luminary

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 6, 2018 | Comments Off on Upcoming Events @ The Luminary

Damon Davis: Darker Gods in the Garden of the Low-Hanging Heavens opensFriday, June 8th

It’s time to get outside…Everyone!

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 5, 2018 | Comments Off on It’s time to get outside…Everyone!

 

We are so excited to be partnering with Gateway to the Great Outdoors to help kids to get outdoors. We will start collecting donations (for an in-store discount or tax deduction) of slightly used or new gear for kids (primary grades thru teens) to use while we partner to offer them hiking, camping, canoeing, etc. This non-profit is an amazing entity that works with public schools in Chicago, St. Louis and Fort Worth, and we hope you all will come out this Thursday June 6th to show your support! If you aren’t convinced yet, there will be FREE BEER from 4Hands!

The Amazing Taco Race on Cherokee Street

Posted by Anne McCullough on May 22, 2018 | Comments Off on The Amazing Taco Race on Cherokee Street

 

Do you like solving mysteries, eating delicious tacos, and learning more about Cherokee Street?! Join Friends of Casa de Salud this summer for our first scavenger-hunt style taco tour of South City’s acclaimed Cherokee Street!

When: Saturday, July 14 from 11 am to 1 pm

Where: Restaurants, bars, and shops along Cherokee Street

Who: You!

What: A scavenger-hunt style taco tour of St. Louis’ Cherokee Street

By joining us, you will be donating to Casa de Salud, a non-profit organization here in St. Louis that facilitates and delivers high quality clinical and mental health services for uninsured and underinsured patients in our communities.

Ticket prices before July 1:

Cherokee Street Business Association Meeting Thursday May 17th

Posted by Anne McCullough on May 16, 2018 | Comments Off on Cherokee Street Business Association Meeting Thursday May 17th

Cherokee Street Business Association meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm and covers events, updates and information regarding Cherokee Street.  All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee Street are welcome and encouraged to attend.  The April CSBA Meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, May 17th at 5:30pm.

COME, CONTRIBUTE, LEARN, LISTEN about everything happening on the street and surrounding communities. This is one of the many ways to learn about what is happening in the area. If you cannot make it, or would like to contribute or provide input in a different forum, feel free to email: anne@cherokeestreet.com.  All voices should be heard and everyone can be contributing to the growth and development of the street!

A Complicated History of Cinco de Mayo

Posted by Anne McCullough on May 3, 2018 | Comments Off on A Complicated History of Cinco de Mayo

By now, many Americans understand that Cinco de Mayo is not the celebration of Mexican Independence Day (which falls on Sept. 16). It is, however, the commemoration of The Battle of Puebla, a day in which an outnumbered Mexican army defeated an invading Imperialist France in the city of Puebla, 62 years after Mexico had declared its independence from the Spanish. Cinco de Mayo is seldom celebrated in Mexico, except for the city in which the event took place.

(This TIME story goes in detail about what led to the conflict and the role of Mexico and this battle in the American Civil War)

Protecting your creative goods & services w / Slu Law @ Teatopia

Posted by Anne McCullough on March 14, 2018 | Comments Off on Protecting your creative goods & services w / Slu Law @ Teatopia

2018 Residencies Announced + Upcoming Events @ The Luminary

Posted by Anne McCullough on February 7, 2018 | Comments Off on 2018 Residencies Announced + Upcoming Events @ The Luminary

2018 Residencies Announced + Upcoming Events

Our season is in full form as we announce our 2018 Residents, our annual art auction Lot 49 returns for the third year, and our space is animated by an active roster of programs and events all month. Whether for a free film screening, book club discussions, or a meal-based micro grant, we hope to see you soon +++

2018 Residents: Commoning the Institution

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Frankly Friday Fish Fry @ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee

Posted by Anne McCullough on February 6, 2018 | Comments Off on Frankly Friday Fish Fry @ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee

Frankly Friday Fish Fry
@ Six Mile Bridge + Frankly on Cherokee

 

WHERE: 2 LOCATIONS:
Six Mile Bridge, 11841 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights 63043

Frankly on Cherokee 2744 Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 63017

 

WHEN: Every Friday during Lent February 16th – March 23rd

@Six Mile Bridge Beer from 5PM until sold out.

@Frankly On Cherokee from 11AM until sold out.

 

 

Frankly Sausages and Six Mile Bridge have joined forces again to celebrate a St. Louis area tradition – Lenten Fish Fry.

February Calendar  Brews In Stock This Week, Stop In & Load UpNew Brews @ STL Hop Shop

Posted by Anne McCullough on February 4, 2018 | Comments Off on February Calendar  Brews In Stock This Week, Stop In & Load UpNew Brews @ STL Hop Shop

In Stock + Funkwerks Visiting

Hello everyone and welcome back for another edition of good people, good beer, & good times. We are shaping up for a very intriguing month of awesome releases and entertainment here at the Saint Louis Hop Shop. We have a few new beers entering the store this week and another neat tasting tonight! We are also tapping some freshies this week and we are also stocked up on all Hop Shop merchandise if you’re looking. Hit us up this weekend for some great brews and see what’s here in store for you.

CSBA Meeting This Thursday

Posted by Anne McCullough on January 15, 2018 | Comments Off on CSBA Meeting This Thursday


Cherokee Street Business Association meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm and covers events, updates and information regarding Cherokee Street, Cherokee Station Special Business District and Cherokee Street Development League.  All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee Street are welcome and encouraged to attend.

COME, CONTRIBUTE, LEARN, LISTEN about everything happening on the street and surrounding communities. This is one of the many ways to learn about what is happening in the area. If you cannot make it, or would like to contribute or provide input in a different forum, feel free to email: anne@cherokeestreet.com.  All voices should be heard and everyone can be contributing to the growth and development of the street!

January CSBA Meeting Agenda
November CSBA Meeting Minutes
January CSBA/CSSBD BOD Meeting Minutes
December CSBA/CSSBD BOD Meeting Minutes
January CID BOD Meeting Minutes
December CID BOD Meeting Minutes
December CSDL BOD Meeting Minutes

Monthly Meditation at Cherokee Buddhist Temple

Posted by Anne McCullough on October 30, 2017 | Comments Off on Monthly Meditation at Cherokee Buddhist Temple

Cherokee Street Business Association meeting

Posted by Anne McCullough on October 18, 2017 | Comments Off on Cherokee Street Business Association meeting

Cherokee Street Business Association meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm and covers events, updates and information regarding Cherokee Street, Cherokee Station Special Business District and Cherokee Street Development League.  All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee Street are welcome and encouraged to attend.

COME, CONTRIBUTE, LEARN, LISTEN about everything happening on the street and surrounding communities. This is one of the many ways to learn about what is happening in the area. If you cannot make it, or would like to contribute or provide input in a different forum, feel free to email: anne@cherokeestreet.com. All voices should be heard and everyone can be contributing to the growth and development of the street!

EVOKE Listening Session

Posted by Anne McCullough on October 17, 2017 | Comments Off on EVOKE Listening Session

The Regional Arts Commission (RAC) and will hold an EVOKE Listening Session on Monday, October 23 at Marquette Rec Center to hear from citizens about their ideas and aspirations for their communities as part of the first comprehensive cultural planning initiative for our region. (http://evoke.racstl.org.) This is part of a series of Listening Sessions around the region that have been scheduled throughout October. All are invited to participate whether or not you have an arts background. I hope that a lot of people from around West County and other communities will add their voices to the conversation.

Events and Resources

Posted by Anne McCullough on September 21, 2017 | Comments Off on Events and Resources

See the Full Calendar Here

For a full list of business related events and activities, please click on the link above.

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EVENTS: SAVE THE DATE

Events happening in St. Louis City Neighborhoods

Sep 22-24
Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival – Soulard Market Park

Sep 22-24
Strange Folk Festival – Carondelet Park

Sep 23
Soulard’s Movie in the Park – Pontiac Square Park

Sep 29 – Oct 1
Q in the Lou – Downtown

Oct 21
Movie – Lafayette Square Park

Sep 30
Macklind Days – South Hampton

Sep 30
Native American Heritage Festival and Art Fair – Cherokee Antique Row

CSBA July Meeting Minutes & No August Meeting

Posted by Anne McCullough on August 9, 2017 | Comments Off on CSBA July Meeting Minutes & No August Meeting

The August CSBA Meeting has been canceled. All Board Meetings for the month have been canceled as well.  The next CSBA Meeting will be on September 21st, 5:30pm at Nebula, 3407 S. Jefferson.

CSBA July Meeting Minutes CSBA_Meeting_Minutes_7.20.17

4th Annual Cherokee Street Reach Festival

Posted by Anne McCullough on August 4, 2017 | Comments Off on 4th Annual Cherokee Street Reach Festival

20th Ward: Summer News + Ward Meeting

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 24, 2017 | Comments Off on 20th Ward: Summer News + Ward Meeting

Latest Arrivals + July’s Need To Know! @ Saint Louis Hop Shop

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Latest Arrivals + July’s Need To Know! @ Saint Louis Hop Shop

Hello again & thanks for joining us this week! We’ve got some great beer and much more planned ahead.STL Craft Beer Week kicks off later this month so we want to make sure you are fully aware of all the great things we’ve got going on to celebrate. Meanwhile, this week there will be 2 happenings in store we think may hold your attention. Don’t forget to check below for a variety of new arrivals available & follow our social networks listed above for live updates!

Temporal Cities: Blanket Fort Festival (7.29.17)

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Temporal Cities: Blanket Fort Festival (7.29.17)

Friends/Neighbors/Members,

Saturday, July 29th Benton Park will once again be hosting the event TemporalCities: Blanket Fort Festival. Don’t miss out on this one of a kind event. See the sites, meet the artists, take in what makes this neighborhood so special! ‘Hold on a second,‘ you’re probably thinking, ‘I’d like to take a hands-on approach in making sure this event runs smoothly and have a good time while supporting my community.‘ Well guess what, I’ve anticipated you thinking that. You can simply go to www.bpnastl.org/volunteerform and enter in your contact information then select the shift you’d prefer. ‘That’s real cool and convenient, but what if I get thirsty while working at this event?’ you’re probably asking yourself. Great news! All volunteers get free drinks as well as Benton Park Volunteer shirts (limit 1 per year). Now that you’re sold, head over to the website and check sign up for one of the following:


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