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.




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

Sep 30
2017 Common Sound Festival – Marquette Park

Oct 6
Oktoberfest and Centennial –Bevo Mill

Oct 7
Concert – Benton Park

Oct 13-14
Soulard Oktoberfest – Soulard Market Park

City of St. Louis Office of Special Events Calendar
To submit to the calendar, click here




Brightside Bulb Sale

Order by

Friday, September 29, 2017

Now is the time to order your Brightside bulbs!  New for this year, a special “Brightside Red” Hybrid Darwin tulip and a vibrant purple and pink Triumph tulip collection.  Don’t forget about the classic Carlton daffodil and Brightside’s exclusive “Midwest Mix” that includes six varieties of hearty daffodils.  These are the perfect way to brighten up any green space. Support Brightside’s cleaning and greening efforts and order today!


NEWS, INFO & BLOGS Worth Reading

ARTICLE: 7 Steps to Launch a Business With No Money or Experience

SURVEY: MoDOT is looking for thoughts about the improvements along Gravois (Route 30 within the City Limits. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey.







Legal Clinic for Entrepreneurs
1520 Market, 3rd floor
Dates vary
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Aspiring entrepreneurs are often confronted with challenges when launching a startup or developing on existing business. Now, they can seek legal assistance and trim their legal costs by coming to SLATE. Experienced business attorneys, provided by Legal Services of Easter Missouri, offer one-on-one 30 minutes’ sessions at no charge. Space is limited – appointments are necessary. To register, call 314-657-3768.


Small Business Administration (SBA)
now offers
locally customized email messages 
for small business owners

To receive more information about official SBA training and events in your area, take a moment to input your zip code at


It’s Time for a Blitz Clean-up!

Now is the time to roll up your sleeves and work with your neighbors to get your neighborhood cleaner and greener! Let Brightside help you do just that through the Blitz Program. Borrow litter grabbers, shovels, brooms, rakes, gloves and recycling carts to get your alleys, streets and vacant lots looking good! Contact Brightside at 314-772-4646,

Complete the online Blitz Project Registration Form and request your flowers today!



Translation Services 

Available from by the International Institute, Language Services Department

Services for translation is available through the International Institute. For more information or for assistance, please contact Andrea Wren at or call 314-773-9090 ext. 153.
See attached documents for some information.


For information about City Government
The City Journal

Published by the Office of the Register of the City of St. Louis, the City Journal is published weekly and is available online. Subscriptions are available for $30 and copies are for sale and distribution at Room 118, City Hall. Information on activities and minutes of meetings of the Board of Alderman, Agendas and meeting minutes of the Board of Adjustment, Public Notices, Agendas for the Board of Adjustment, Request for Qualifications and Proposals for City projects, Public Notice for Conditional Use Hearings. Notices for the Department of Personnel, etc.



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