Saturday, May 26, 2012
Several groups are hosting Memorial Day ceremonies during the long weekend.
Monday is Memorial Day and several communities and groups around the county are holding celebrations to honor our nation's military men and women. You might be interested in these other articles:
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Each week, St. Peters Patch features a planner with weekend events in and around St. Charles County.
As we head into the weekend, Patch rounds up a list of events going on in St. Charles County. Fiesta Friday Party Time for Kids ACT II Community Theater Presents: Agatha Christie's 'The Mousetrap' May FAM JAM to Teach Children Responsibility_ O'Fallon Founders' Day _ RSC 5K Fiesta Run/Walk and Fitness Festival Cornbread’s World’s Largest Garage Sale R.U.S.H 5K: A Run Uniting and Strengthening Homes Second Annual Derby Day Soiree_ Afternoon at the Opera Bingo at the Wentzville American Legion Hall
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
St. Charles County's Klondike Park's hiking and biking trail reopens in time for Mountain Biking Festival this weekend.
Hogsback Trail, a favorite of hikers and mountain bikers in St. Charles County’s Klondike Park, has re-opened just in time for the Mountain Bike Festival Saturday and Sunday. Severe storms in April blocked the trail with rocks, fallen trees, debris and erosion. But volunteers—including those from St. Louis Adventure Group and Gateway Off-Road Cyclists—and county parks employees helped clear the trail. The two groups also are hosting the Mountain Biking Festival Saturday and Sunday. Members of the two groups expect the event to attract hundreds of mountain bike enthusiasts. Riders of all experience levels are welcome to join the festival. The event is a non-competitive, outdoor festival intended to allow cyclists to spend some time riding …
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Participants celebrated all things Scottish last weekend on the St. Charles riverfront.
The annual Missouri Tartan Days festival attracted a crowd to St. Charles' Frontier Park last weekend. Many proudly wore clan tartans and enjoyed the chance to immerse themselves in their Scottish heritage. On one side of the sidewalk, the festival featured Highland Games and other living history demonstrations; on the other side, merchants offered food, drink, and Celtic merchandise along with live entertainment.