Webster Groves Community Days

Webster Groves Community Days is an annual event to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. The Citizens’ Committee for Community Days and Webster Groves Lions Club organize all of the activities for the event. The Webster Groves Lions Club holds its annual carnival and barbecue charity fundraiser during the celebration. The majority of activities (aside from the carnival and barbecue) are FREE to the public and funded through donations from businesses, organizations and the citizens of Webster Groves.

The Citizens’ Committee for Community Days is a group of Webster Groves Parks and Recreation staff members, Lions Club members, Masons and volunteers dedicated to creating a fun and exciting Fourth of July event for families and friends. 

The fairgrounds are located on the Eden Seminary grounds, at the corner of East Lockwood and Bompart across from Webster University, in Webster Groves. For parking information, visit the Band Aides page wgcommunitydays.org/parking/. For more information about Community Days or to contribute to fireworks, please visit the city’s website at:

Play, learn, and create on Community School’s 18-acre campus. Camps are available through August 12, and activities include arts, nature, academics, sports, and more!


With sunny weather and beautiful days ahead, many Webster-Kirkwood residents are looking for ways to spend more time outdoors with their canine companions. Two area dog parks may be just what they need to enjoy the dog days of summer.


St. Louis is an amazing location for outdoor adventures. With the Gateway City as your base camp, there’s access to miles upon miles of wilderness featuring trails, rivers, springs, caves, forests, bluffs, waterfalls and more.

After experiencing a sudden loss, Bobbi Baker discovered how hot yoga — which she had started as a physical workout — could help heal a part of herself she didn’t know was broken. From that moment on, she was determined to create a space where students felt welcomed and safe to try yoga in hopes of finding their own growth.

Beth Morris, owner of Paperdolls Boutique, has always had a passion for fashion. Though the last couple of years have been challenging, she and her team have been working nonstop to push through the challenging times, always striving to keep customers coming back for more. They continue to specialize in personalized styling by seasoned stylists and carry one-of-a-kind, on-trend pieces at moderate prices – all with outstanding customer service!

Rachael Cross was always searching for that “go-to” piece of simple, timeless jewelry so she didn’t have to worry about what to wear — one without a high price tag that seamlessly matches every outfit, from work days to date nights. After a long search, she didn’t want to waste any more time — so she created her own.

At Associated Hearing Professionals, the caring and friendly staff prioritize hearing health every day. With the month of May being Better Hearing and Speech Month, the staff is especially eager to share the importance of optimal hearing health. For the month of May, the team at Associated Hearing Professionals would like to share ways everyone can ensure healthy hearing for years to come, as well as raise awareness about hearing and speech problems. 

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