Cherokee Street Reach

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Cherokee Street tour: Where Booze & History Meet

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 13, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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This meeting will serve as a community charrette and allow citizens, community representatives, politicians, and others to give feedback and tell us about their experiences on Gravois and what they’d like to see in the future. Volunteer architects and planners will be facilitating the event to allow for organized community feedback.

Come and share your thoughts and concerns for a Greater Gravois.

Can’t make the meeting, give us your feedback online here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FxVHG47YfmeLP1Xajj5nRFxGYOlYWrs6Dn-zIrQ7jc8/viewform?edit_requested=true

CSBA Meeting this Thursday @ Nebula

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 13, 2015 | Leave a Comment

CSBA Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm. All business owners, residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in Cherokee are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Please email anne if you have any changes to or anything you would like to add to the agenda before 1pm, tomorrow July 16th.

Anne McCullough
Cherokee Street Liaison
anne@cherokeestreet.com
314.304.0932
www.cherokeestreetnews.com

Information about the Cherokee Street CID will be provided during this CSBA Meeting.

City of St. Louis – Community Development Administration (CDA)

is pleased to announce the implementation of the
First Phase of EGrAMS, the new grants management system

Online Training for Organizations Applyinng for 2016 CDBG Funding
Session 1: July 6 – 9 -11 a.m. 
RSVP here
Session 2: July 7 – 12 – 2 p.m. 
RSVP here
Session 3: July 7 – 3 – 5 p.m. 
RSVP here
Space is limited to 25 persons per session
Registration is limited to one person per organization
you may also view the presentation during the training times at the
CDA Offices, 1520 Market, Suite 2000
RSVP if you plan to participate at CDA

28 to Life Teen Summit on Cherokee Street

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 13, 2015 | Leave a Comment

28 to Life Teen Summit @ 2720 Cherokee, July 25th from 10am-2pm.  Teens will be concentrating on community engagement and organizing Campaigns.  This open forum will give teens the opportunity to get issues out in the open and  express themselves.  The audience will be Police Department, Community Leaders, Local Politics, Business Owners, Circuit Attorneys Office, Educators , Gov’t Employees/officials, FBI and more.

Break off into small groups, where  teens will work on  campaigns and work on implementing the campaigns throughout the neighborhoods. The catch is officers and other officials in attendance will be a part of the groups as well and they will work under the teens helping them complete there campaigns!!!
The target ages are teens 13-19
Every community is welcome !!!
Feel free to stop through

Cherokee Games is Back!

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 10, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Saturday, July 11 * 10am to 4pm * Cherokee Rec Center, 3200 S. Jefferson Ave, St. Louis, MO 63118

The friendly face-off of neighbors continues as a monthly match up!! So join us one Saturday a month for a FREE, fun-filled day of play at the Cherokee Recreation Center in Benton Park.

“Communities that play together, stay together!”

** Cherokee Games are meant for participants of all ages and athletic ability. There is no fee to register, registration is encouraged at www.CherokeeGames.org but not required. Volunteers needed! **

GAME DAY SCHEDULE:

Uke Go Girl!

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 7, 2015 | Leave a Comment

collage_20150515115131842_20150515115215282Uke Go Girl! is currently accepting applications for the summer 2015 session which will take place at Nebula on Cherokee Street August 3-7 10am-2pm. is a FREE week-long intensive beginner ukulele workshop for girls 10-16 that blends instrumental, vocal, and songwriting education with a focus on empowerment, creative expression and building self-esteem. No musical experience is required. There is no cost for this workshop and ukuleles, cases and supplies are provided for girls in need. SPACES ARE VERY LIMITED APPLY ONLINE NOW @ www.Uke-Go-Girl.com

Events at Curby Church

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 29, 2015 | 1 Comment

Family Movie Night

Friday, July 10th at 7:00 pm, Curby Church, 2621 Utah Street

Curby Church, 2621 Utah Street is hosting its FREE family Movie night,  We are providing free hot dogs, popcorn, snacks, and water….

 

Vacation Bible School

Monday, July 13-Friday, July 17 from 5:00-7:30 pm, Curby Church, 2621 Utah Street

What time is it? It Vacation Bible School time!!  Beginning Monday, July 13th – Friday, July 17th “Gangway to Galilee” will be the theme for Curby Church’s VBS.  A light supper is provided from 5:00-5:30 pm and the learning and fun begins runs 5:30 - 7:30 pm.

 

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EMPOWER LOCAL YOUNG ARTISTS & LEADERS

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 26, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Do you believe in art’s ability to empower kids and build community? Then you should meet the people at Cherokee Street Reach. They’re working on the second annual youth art and leadership camp for ages 7-11, set for August 3-7 at The Luminary. Contact them to get involved and/or visit their GoFundMe to show support. You could also go to the Cherokee Street Reach Art Camp Fundraiser, this Sunday at Blank Space. Because after all, kids are the future.

OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS!

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 25, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Cherokee Street is looking for artists of all mediums to showcase their work inside businesses for Cherokee Nights Art Walk, Thursday, August 13th.

Present your art in one of the many businesses along Cherokee Street for an evening art walk.

Please email an artist statement or bio and an example of your work to cherokeefestivals@gmail.com by July 13th.

July at Foam

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 23, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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The Summer Food Service Program @ Marquette Pool

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 18, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Lewis Reed, Alderwoman Spencer and the St. Louis Dream Center have ensured that hundreds of young people visiting Marquette Pool this summer won’t go hungry! Food insecurity is a major issue in St. Louis, especially when school is out of session. This program starts Monday and then every weekday after from 1:30-2:20 adjacent to Marquette Pool (4025 Minnesota).

More information:

The Summer Food Service Program was created to ensure that children in lower-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacation, when they do not have access to the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs.

CHECK OUT THE 2 BIG SHOWS THIS WEEKEND AT CASA LOMA…

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 17, 2015 | Leave a Comment

 

 

 

Hammonds Books Bi-Annual Book Sale

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 16, 2015 | Leave a Comment

30% off

all books, posters and prints

Sunday, June 21, 2015 from 11 to 4

You can also order online.

See over 60,000 titles
on our website

www.hammondsbooks.net
HAMMONDS BOOKS

1939 Cherokee Street, St. Louis MO 63118

314 323 6389 hammondsbooks@yahoo.com

This Saturday & upcoming at Fort Gondo

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 16, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Quinlan Maggio & Rachael Tellerman

Virgin Pacific, Pt. 2

One-night pop-up exhibitions
curated by Cole Lu

Saturday, June 20, 7-10 PM


Next Saturday at the compound:

Anne McCullough
Hello, Can I Take Your Picture?
June 27 – July 25, 2015
Opening reception Saturday, June 27, 7-10 PM
at fort gondo

A Glimpse Inside the Box
Work from St. Louis University’s
Prison Arts & Education Program

June 27- July 25, 2015
Opening reception Saturday, June 27, 7-10 PM
at beverly

fort gondo compound for the arts 
is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts forum founded in 2002. All events are free and open to the public.

Marquette Park Pool is Reopen!

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 10, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Admission is always FREE

Marquette Park is located at 4025 Minnesota, St. Louis, MO 63118

Hours:
Open Swim on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 12-6pm
Open Swim on Tuesday, Thursday, Satruday at 1-6pm
Learn to Swim on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday at 12-12:45pm

For more information: (314) 353-1250

 

 

The Next Meeting Will Be Held At: The Five Star Senior Center 2832 Arsenal Thursday, June 11th, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

Join us to discuss issues in your neighborhood Invite a neighbor as well Guest Speakers: St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and Lead Homicide Attorney Mary Pat Carl.

Auto Theft Clubs sold prior to the meeting cost $13 ea. License plate protector covers $5 per pair. Car license plate security bolts $3 per pair Captain Mary Warnecke PO Patrick Clancy Commander, District Three Dist.3 Community Outreach 444-2597 444-2564

 

Daniel Stumeier

Rodeo Bridges
Through June 6, 2015
at fort gondoDouble Rainbow: Artwork from Giant Steps of St. Louis
Curated by Edo RosenblitOrganized with VSA Missouri
Through June 6, 2015
at beverly


Upcoming at the compound:Quinlan Maggio & Rachael Tellerman

Virgin Pacific, Pt. 2

One-night pop-up exhibitions

curated by Cole Lu

Saturday, June 20, 7-10 PMAnne McCullough

Hello, Can I Take Your Picture?

June 27 – July 25, 2015

Opening reception Saturday, June 27, 7-10 PM

at fort gondo

Cherokee Games

Posted by Anne McCullough on June 3, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Cherokee Rec Center * 3200 S Jefferson * 10am-4pm * FREE

Sign up today! There is something for everyone!

Play Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Ping Pong, Dodge Ball, Bags/Washers, Kickball, Obstatcle Course, Bingo, Spelling Bee, Talent Show, or Board Games.

Watch Boxing Demonstrations.

Enjoy the Indoor Pool during Open Swim throughout the event.

Volunteer to help set up, referee some of the events and clean up.

Admission is FREE. For more information, to register for events or to sign up to volunteer, please see www.cherokeegames.org.

 


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