JUMP, JIVE, SWING and HOWL on FRIDAY, OCT. 30th ROCK to the 80′s MUSIC on SATURDAY, OCT. 31st 2 Casa Loma Ballroom
Posted by Anne McCullough on October 22, 2015 | Leave a Comment
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The City of St. Louis is soliciting comments on its draft 2016 Annual Action Plan, which includes annual priorities for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) programs.
Public Hearing Notice/Public Comment Period
The Community Development Administration (CDA) will conduct a public hearing onOctober 29, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. at 1520 Market - Suite 2000, St. Louis, MO 63103. The purpose of this hearing is to solicit public comments and answer questions pertaining to the draft 2016 Annual Action Plan.
Documents Available for Review
Cherokee Neighborhoods’ Happy Hour
Thursday, October 22
Byrd & Barrel, 3422 Jefferson Ave
If you haven’t checked out Byrd & Barrel yet, here’s your chance. Join us for the last Cherokee Neighborhoods Happy Hour of 2015.
Come out and meet neighbors from Benton Park Neighborhood Association, Benton Park West Neighborhood, Gravois Park, and theMarine Villa Neighborhood of Saint Louis, Missouri. Support a local business at the same time.
If you are a business owner in the CSBA district and would like to participate in the upcoming Cherokee Street Halloween Trick or Treat event but find it financially challenging to provide the necessary candy, NovationChurch.com would like to sponsor a business by providing candy for the business to distribute.
If you or someone you know might be interested, contact me at David@NovationChurch.com
Posted by Anne McCullough on October 14, 2015 | Leave a Comment
Please email anne if you have any changes to or anything you would like to add to the agenda before 1pm, tomorrow October 15th.
Cherokee Street Liaison
Posted by Anne McCullough on October 13, 2015 | Leave a Comment
Throughout October, The Luminary has an active schedule of events, with weekly workshops extending the exhibitions currently on view, a discussion on adjunct arts positions in conjunction with our micro-granting initiative, The Slush Fund, and concerts with Widowspeak and Helado Negro coming up later this week. They also have a number of opportunities available, including one studio opening up for a local artist or curator and volunteer opportunities for fall programs.
Exhibitions + Workshops
Tori Abernathy, Proposal for a Perpetual Parade
Posted by Anne McCullough on October 6, 2015 | Leave a Comment
1.) CID, signature process, property owner list review
2.) Indian Base
3.) Insurance Update
4.) CSBA Bank Account Update
5.) CSBA Elections
Posted by Anne McCullough on October 1, 2015 | Leave a Comment
The Luminary offers a unique and expansive space for your holiday party in the vibrant Cherokee Street neighborhood. Combining historic architecture dating back to the early 1900′s with a newly redesigned contemporary art gallery, the space is ideal for creating a special holiday party of any size for your office, family, or friends.
Event rentals include access to over 5,000 square feet of space, venue quality sound system, chairs, tables, and more. Bar service, reserved parking, and other amenities are also available on request.
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 30, 2015 | Leave a Comment
The Cherokee Station Special Business District Board of Directors is requesting offers from parties interested in purchasing any of the three district-owned vacant lots located at 2836 Cherokee Street, 2647 Cherokee Street and 3415-3417 Iowa. Individuals, not- for-profits and business entities are invited to participate in this initiative to return these lots to private ownership for future development. Please refer to the Request for Offer (RFO) more more information.
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 28, 2015 | Leave a Comment
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October 8, 2015 // Gravois Park
What’s Brewing? Series
Exploring Issues, Opportunities & Connections for St. Louis Area Neighborhoods
Why have some St. Louis communities begun to emerge from decline while others have remained stagnant or continued to decline? What strategies and strengths have made the difference?
Join us for a series of breakfast conversations to explore Emerging Neighborhoods: What Explains Neighborhood Success. Each session will focus on a different emerging neighborhood and include:
Background analysis by Dr. Todd Swanstrom of UMSL
A panel discussion featuring stakeholders who have played a key role in the community’s development
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 21, 2015 | Leave a Comment
Saturday, October 3 * 10am to 6pm * Benton Park (the Park)
CHALK ART FESTIVAL (10am)
Calling all chalk artists! Come decorate the sidewalks of Benton Park! Artist registration is morning of. It is $20 for adults and you receive a new box of quality artist chalk. Spaces are available for children also for $1 and they are provided with chalk pieces! Even if you aren’t artistic, come check out these beautiful creations!
Visit us at the 2nd annual St. Louis Small Press Expo this Saturday!We will be presenting new artist zines by:Lyndon Barrois Jr., Lauren Cardenas, Rex Elliot, Paul Legault & Edo Rosenblith, Philip Mathews & David Johnson, Emmeline Solomon, Sopearb Touch, and Maria Xia alongside our existing archive of zines, poetry broadsides and gondo publication series books.
St. Louis Small Press Expo Kick-Off Party
Friday, September 24, 7-10 PM
beverly (3155 Cherokee Street)
St. Louis Small Press Expo
Saturday, September 25, 11 AM – 5 PM
St. Louis Public Library’s Central Branch
Saturday, November 7th 12pm – 7pm
In its fourth year, the Cherokee Street Jazz Crawl will offer the best of St. Louis’ local jazz and blues in the cool bars, cafes, and shops that make up one of America’s most unique streets. This free, open-to-the-public event is one of the most beloved traditions of the annual Nevermore Jazz Ball & St. Louis Swing Dance Festival. Save the date and stay tuned for band and venue line-up!
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 14, 2015 | Leave a Comment
City of Night St. Louis is a grassroots, multi-disciplinary arts event with themes of art, history, culture and sustainability. It will feature in/outdoor art and installations on display; live performance in the form of sound art, theater, and dance; workshops; vendors;live art; and more.
We are working hard to create an event that is open and welcoming to all. Including, but not limited to: Artists and Vendors (to connect and create crossover/ audience share), and the general public of all ages/ gender/ sexual orientation/ religious affiliation/ race/ families/ youth.
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 14, 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.
Information about the Cherokee Street CID will be provided during this CSBA Meeting.
Free Beer + Civic Engagement + Community
Posted by Anne McCullough on September 10, 2015 | Leave a Comment
Join ALIVE Magazine on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 for Well Crafted, a carefully curated experience for the refined St. Louisan. The event will take place at The Luminary on Cherokee Street as part of St. Louis Design Week. Experience interactive programming throughout the space, opportunities to meet the makers of well-crafted, local goods in person and the premiere of the latest Spotlight Series film! Attendees will enjoy beer sampling and a whiskey flight, with delicious bites from local restaurants.
Entry is free, but guests must RSVP to be guaranteed entry.
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