The Creve Coeur Recreation Department is proud to offer its fifth summer of free, family-friendly concerts in Millennium Park, 2 Barnes West Drive. Pack a picnic basket or purchase a snack from a food truck as you enjoy live music under the stars. Bring chairs or blankets for seating. All shows begin at 6:00 p.m., but come early to get a good seat!
Boogie Chyld — June 14
My Friend Mike — July 12
Abbey Road Warriors — August 16
AMERICAN GIRL CAMP
We will explore the vintage time periods of Addy, Rebecca, Samantha, Kit and Molly through plays, cooking, craft projects, games, reading and writing. We will cap the week off with an American Girl Tea Party for you and your doll. Doll is not requited to Enjoy the fun! Don't delay, sign up today! For information on registration please call 314-432-3960.
Ages 8-12, July 9-13, 9:00am-12:00pm
$75/resident, $85/non-resident (registration limited to 24)
Karate is an excellent way to increase fitness levels and learn self-defense. For more information, see www.shurikaratestl.com.
Kids Karate Ages 8-10 (Beginning)
Wednesdays, 6:00-6:50P, June 20-August 8
Saturdays, 9:00-9:50A, June 30-August 18
No class July 4 or July 7
Adult Karate Ages 11+ (Beginning/Intermediate)
Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00P, June 20-August 8
Saturdays, 10:00-11:00A, June 30-August 18
No class July 4 or July 7
$40/session resident; $45/session non-resident
11400 Olde Cabin Road — (314) 432-3960
JUNIOR PGA TOURNAMENTS
Creve Coeur Golf Course will be the host of two Junior PGA events this summer for boys and girls ages 9 to 19. Juniors will compete through nine holes of golf. For more information on the Gateway Section Jr. PGA, visit www.gatewaypga.org/jrgolf or call Nolan at (636) 486-4062.
Monday, June 4, 8:00A
Thursday, July 5, 8:00A
JUNIOR Golf Camps
Campers learn golf fundamentals as well as etiquette and rules of the game. Campers must have their own clubs (iron, wedge and putter). Camp curriculum includes: chipping and putting on day 1, driving and approach on day 2, 3 holes of play with lunch on day 3. Class is taught by veteran camp instructor Eric Saxton. Ages 7-12. For more information or to register, call (314) 432-1806.
Camp 2: June 20-June 22 — 12:30-2:30P
FREE EXHIBIT - TAPPMEYER HOMESTEAD
Add some history to your summer Sundays and cool down after your walk through Millennium Park with a tour of the Tappmeyer Homestead, open noon to 4:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Sundays of June, July and August, and an hour before summer concerts.
On June 10, 14 and 24, a professionally prepared exhibit will be on display. “Mapping Decline,” a collaboration of the Missouri History Museum and the Missouri Humanities Council, traces economic and other factors responsible for the struggles and fragmentation of America’s major cities. The exhibit is also available to groups of six or more by emailing.