The Sappington-Concord Historical Society will return to St. Lucas United Church of Christ this year to host the biggest, little annual Memorial Day celebration in South County.
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Fenton Garden Club is looking for its 2019 “Garden of the Year.” Gardens should be located in the Fenton area. The award is given during the month of June.
The South County Times is once again sponsoring a “Pets & Their People” photo contest.
With sunshine and warm weather on the horizon, Grant’s Farm is preparing for its 65th opening day on Friday, May 3. This season brings many new animals and experiences to Grant’s Farm and, with new extended hours, will give guests more time to make memories at the farm in 2019.
The 26th annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser hosted by St. Louis Effort for AIDS will take place all day on Thursday, May 2. More than 100 restaurants across St. Louis will participate in the campaign by donating at least 25 percent of their proceeds for the day to help those in the St. Lo…
The 32nd Annual Laumeier Art Fair, a St. Louis Mother’s Day weekend tradition, is right around the corner.
Lindbergh High School band members raised more than $2,200 for childhood cancer research during their annual 36-hour musicthon April 12-13.
Lindbergh High School senior Amela Sijecic was honored with the Princeton University Prize for Race Relations April 5 for her work to make progress toward racial equity in the Lindbergh community. She was presented the award during an all-school assembly.
In the NCAA title game, the University of Virginia defeated Texas Tech 85-77 in overtime Monday night.
The Sunset Hills Historical Society invites the public to a “home stand” series of programming that will feature local authors speaking on legends and lore of the St. Louis Cardinals. Events begin at 7 p.m. at Sunset Hills City Hall, 3939 S. Lindbergh Blvd.