Monday, February 4, 2013
Find out where to get your free short stack on Feb. 5!
IHOP is offering customers a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in honor of National Pancake Day this Feb. 5. In return for the free pancakes this year, guests will be asked to consider leaving a donation for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (or other designated charities). Since beginning its National Pancake Day celebration in 2006, IHOP has raised more than $10 million to support charities in the communities in which it operates. Stop by one of these nearby restaurants, or look for a nearby location in the IHOP store locator:
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Don't toss old or broken Christmas lights in the trash! The City of Florissant will add a holiday lights recycling drop-off point at the St. Ferdinand Park recycling center on Dec. 1--and it's open to the general public, including businesses and non-resid
As you’re decorating your home for the holidays this year, the City of Florissant has a message for you: don’t throw those old or broken Christmas lights in the trash. Recycle them instead--for free. In cooperation with Meridian Waste, the city will place a recycling container at the St. Ferdinand Park recycling center specifically for old holiday lights on Dec. 1. The container will remain available through March 1, 2013, the mayor’s office said. Connect with Florissant Patch on Facebook and plug in to your community in real-time! Things to Remember Need more information? Contact the Health Department in St. Ferdinand Park at 314-839-7654 or visit the city’s website.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
A guide to election-themed goods and specials on Nov. 6 (some of them are free!). Looking for a nearby watch party? Patch has those, too.
Are you participating in the democratic process on Tuesday? Don't forget to take a moment and reward yourself for your patriotism. Several St. Louis organizations and businesses--as well as national chains--are offering up presidential food, discounts, or a place for you to watch the results roll in. Are we missing an offer or watch party? Shoot a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get the new information added to this article as soon as possible! (You can also add it to the comments below.) Food and drink fun Other cool stuff Watch parties and related activities RFT’s Gut Check blog has listed a handful of other watch parties in Florissant and St. Louis city.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Florissant’s “Music Under the Stars” summer concert series kicks off on the 4th of July.
This summer, the city of Florissant is bringing back it’s popular “Music Under the Stars” summer concert series. The ten part series kicks off on the 4th of July at Florissant Valley Park then continues weekly at St. Ferdinand Park. Gary Gaydos, Theater Manger for the Florissant Civic Center Theater, said the decade old summer concert series began as two unrelated events. The Florissant Fine Arts Council hosted a series of outdoor summer concerts, while the Florissant Civic Center had a series of indoor concerts. About a decade ago, the two groups decided to pool resources in order to create a single, well organized concert series. One of the earliest grants funding the concerts specified they had to be free. Gaydos said they were very …
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Free concerts, a free Shakespeare play, free music classes and discounted groceries make the Patch list this week.
We're all watching our family budgets these days. Whether shopping with coupons or looking for two-for-one deals, we're taking advantage of all sorts of offers and savings that help us stretch our dollars. This column will be dedicated to giving you great local deals each week that will help your family’s bottom line, and since we do the scouting for you, you can save time as well as money. You are a big part of this column. Let us hear about the deals you've seen. Just add them to our comment box. BSKI Children's Education Center - Kindermusik FREE Visiting Days Deal: Families new to Kindemusik with babies and children through age three may sample music classes filled with percussion instruments, singing, dancing and musical story time at…
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
This week's Frugal Family features a number of free deals.
PACIFIC CAFE Deal: An exclusive deal for Patch readers: Buy one item and receive one item of equal or lesser value for FREE! Just tell them that you saw the deal here on Patch. Good through: This offer ends Sunday, April 17. YMCA's HEALTHY KIDS DAY Deal: A FREE day of fun to motivate parents and kids alike to improve their health. This event at the YMCA in Maryland Heights encourages parents to make time for play for the whole family that involves physical activity. The goal is for kids and parents alike, "to have fun and achieve greater health and well-being for their spirit, mind and body." The YMCA will have special camp activities and will be offering 10 percent off of their camp fee on Healthy Kids Day. Good through: The event …
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
This week's deal include a number of ways to get free stuff.
We're all watching our family budgets these days. Whether shopping with coupons or looking for two-for-one deals, we're taking advantage of all sorts of offers and savings that help us stretch our dollars. This column is dedicated to giving you great local deals each week that will help your family’s bottom line, and since we do the scouting for you, you can save time as well as money. You are a big part of this column. Let us hear about the deals you've seen. Just add them to our comment box. Then come back each week and see what we've uncovered together. Please be sure to check with the merchant to make sure the deal described is still available. SUSHI AI Deal: All you can eat sushi bar for lunch, made fresh, for $12.99 per person. Good …
Monday, March 7, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Tuesday.
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Thursday, November 25, 2010
Six area churches pool their resources to serve Thanksgiving dinner to those in need.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Jeff Brandt
Thursday, November 25, 2010
While families and friends gather around dining room tables Thursday, a group of churches has opened their doors and offered their companionship to people of all backgrounds for a free Thanksgiving dinner. From 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. this Thursday, St. Ferdinand Catholic Church will host the 12thAnnual Ecumenical Thanksgiving Dinner. The event — sponsored by Halls Ferry Christian Church, Lutheran Church of the Good Shephard, St. Sabina Catholic Church, St. Martin De Porres Catholic Church and St. Angela Merici Catholic Church — will be held at St. Ferdinand Catholic Church, 1765 Charbonier Road, who's another participating sponsor . "We have over 100 people already signed up to volunteer," Ecumenical Thanksgiving Dinner Vice President …