Student leaders sought in St. Peters

November 30, 2015 by  

Young people who are St. Peters high school juniors and seniors have an opportunity to apply for a Bank of [Read more]

Honeysuckle cleanup slated for St. Peters and other area sites

October 16, 2015 by  

Greenway Network is partnering with Great Rivers Greenway and the St. Louis Audubon Society for what it is calling a [Read more]

St. Peters goes to the dogs

September 25, 2015 by  

The City of St. Peters, in association with the local Rotary Club, is inviting residents of the city and the surrounding area to the “Bark for the Park” Dog Parade & Show. According to an August 21, 2015 news item, this is the third year for the event, which is a fund raiser for the Rotary Club.

Dog lovers who want to participate in the Dog Parade will pay a $20 fee, for which they’ll receive a t-shirt. For those owners who want to register their dogs and receive a bandanna commemorating the day, an additional $5 fee is required. Entrants are encouraged to dress up their dogs in costume.

There are nine categories in the Dog Parade, and a $5 fee is required to enter in each category. The winner of each category will then compete for the prize of Top Dog.

In addition to the parade, vendors will be on site from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, and there will be water available. Those who wish to purchase food and drink can find goodies at the Gator Island Grill.

The event takes place in St. Peters, on September 27, at 370 Lakeside Park, which is at 1000 Lakeside Park Drive, with the fun starting at 1:00 p.m. Proceeds are used by the Rotary Club to maintain the Dog Park, which is the site of the event.

Event organizers could work with a banner printing company to devise a colorful banner to mark the start of the parade route.

St. Peters to be site of new Wal-Mart markets

August 31, 2015 by  

Wal-Mart is coming to town—St. Peters, to be exact.

The world’s largest retailer is planning to open two of its Neighborhood Market stores early in [Read more]

Tryouts scheduled for local baseball starlets

July 17, 2015 by  

Trials have been arranged for youngsters who hope to be part of the Missouri Redhawks Baseball youth baseball effort.

The tryouts will take place in O’Fallon, about [Read more]

Paramedics plan to help seniors beat the heat

June 30, 2015 by  

Hot summers can pose serious threats to seniors, which is why paramedics with the St. Charles County Ambulance District, which includes St. Peters, plan to be proactive this summer, and make sure seniors are safe when [Read more]

Cinderella coming to St. Peters

May 19, 2015 by  

St. Peters residents who have always wanted to meet a princess now have a chance to do so, as Cinderella will be joining those who attend the upcoming Family Night at Great Skate.

Great Skate, as the name implies, is an [Read more]

Art camps coming to St. Peters

April 21, 2015 by  

St. Peters parents who would like to provide their children with a safe, fun experience this summer while they are at work have an option courtesy of St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre

The venue has announced weekly events it [Read more]

Fishing shop springs for Easter activities

March 25, 2015 by  

Locals in and around St. Peters can celebrate Easter with some festive events.

The Bass Pro Shop in St. Charles is [Read more]

St. Peters to keep its cameras off

February 28, 2015 by  

Wrangling over the use of red-light cameras in continuing in St. Peters and other Missouri communities.

It was confirmed this month that [Read more]

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