The St. Louis Central Library opened its doors in December 2012 with a brand new addition and a completely renovated interior. If you would like to see the changes, the Library offers tours free of charge on a regular basis. Why not check out this amazing community resource in all of its renovated splendor. Tours are offered on the following schedule:
Mondays and Saturdays: 10am, 11am, Noon and 1pm
Reservations for individuals and small groups (under 8) are not required. Reservations for groups of 8 or more can be made by calling 314-539-0345
It looks now like it will open the end of May.
THE 2012 SEASON
The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association Community Garden was established in late March of 2012. Thanks to Gateway Greening, we began with 11 compost-filled raised beds, a three-bin compost system, 150 feet of hose, a fire hydrant adapter, and a corner flower bed full of perennials. Members of Mount Tabor United Church of Christ donated flowering plants and garden members donated tools. We were off to a great start.
The Wellington Avenue Bridge over River Des Peres will be closed for reconstruction starting Monday, April 30, 2012 at 9:00am.
Welcome to the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood!
Monthly Event - Tweetup!
Tuesday, May 21
Come see one of the fabulous Lindenwood Park restaurants, meet new people, or join old friends.
You do not have to be on Twitter to join. That's just the way we get the word out.
This event is free, but we'd love it if you RSVPed, just so we know how many to expect. RSVP here.
We hope to see you there.
Lindenwood Live - Concerts in Lindenwood Park
- May 26: 6-8pm featuring “Fanfare”
- June 23: 6-8pm featuring “Miss Jubilee”
There's always something happening at the Machacek Library!
Wednesday, May 22, 2012. 1:00-2:00 pm.
Blind Rick and Professor Mitch sing and play a soulful concert of Blues with a taste of Rock n Roll.
Their music CD will be available for purchase for $10.00.
For adults of all ages.
Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association
General Membership Meeting
Monday, June 3 from 7:30 to 9:00 PM
Union United Methodist Church
(corner of Pernod & Watson)
Our last general membership meeting had the following topics:
Hear about this exciting project where YOU get to help make the region better - and spread the word about why St. Louis is a great place to live, work and play.
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Have you met the new head of the police department? Police Chief Sam Dotson will be at the meeting to introduce himself and speak with our residents.
Find out more about the Chief:
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Read his blog:
Chief Dotson's Blog