St. Charles Trolley Starts July 3

The St. Charles Trolley is resuming their route from July 3 to December 20, 2020! Hop on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for a 35-minute narrated loop of St. Charles, including 11 stops along the way. Trolley rides are offered for free!  

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St. Charles Farmers Market to Open June 6

The St. Charles Farmers Market, hosted in the Foundry Art Centre lot in Frenchtown, is set to open Saturday, June 6! After the opening day, the farmers market will be open every Saturday from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. The market features locally-grown produce, jellies, jams and more! Once open, they ask that all attendees…

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Support Local Businesses

The Greater Saint Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau has helped the community by providing an updated list of local businesses and restaurants that are still open and serving the community. See the list of Local Businesses ›

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COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

As a community, we’re thinking of all of our residents and local businesses during this challenging time. The St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of COVID-19 resources, including business guidance, loans, county updates and more. Access the Resource Here ›

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Frenchtown Great Streets Workshop 3 Results

For the health and safety of the community, the third and final workshop of the Frenchtown Great Streets project was held as an online survey, print and remote Q+A webinar. The materials were available for feedback between April 22 and May 17, 2020. Click here to see the full report of survey results. 

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Frenchtown Great Streets Update

A letter from the Team Project Manager of the Frenchtown Great Streets Project. March 24, 2020 Dear Community Partners and Stakeholders: As many of you know, communities across the country are exercising great caution and practicing social distancing, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in response to the current COVID-19…

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Community Update – COVID-19

The Frenchtown community hopes everyone stays safe and healthy during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you need any assistance with shopping for essential items or would like someone to check in on you daily, the Historic Frenchtown Association is willing to help. Call the Frenchtown Museum at 636-724-2106, leave a message with your name and phone…

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Public Art Company is Giving a Space for Fellow Creatives to Get Inspired

Looking for a creative place to work? Check out Public Art Company. Located at 1100 N. 2nd Street, Public Art Company is a creative agency, screen printing shop, marketplace selling local products and a destination for the community to come work. The front section of the building is open to the public to come work,…

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Sams Carpet Cleaning: Serving the Community for 35 Years

Driving around the St. Louis metropolitan area you will find bright yellow vans that read “Sams” across the side. Inside the vehicles of this Frenchtown, business is trained and dedicated professionals who devote their time to creating clean spaces for the community. Local resident, Jeff Sams, started this business 35 years ago with a cleaning…

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Course Coffee Introduces Coffee Roasting From Around the World to Frenchtown

As you step into Course Coffee, you’re greeted by the smell of freshly roasted coffee, the sound of community chatter and the sight of handpicked vintage furniture and decor. This newly-opened shop is located at 1218 N 2nd street. Course Coffee is run by the owner, Brandon Runk, his wife Sarah Runk and his cousin-in-law…

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Grass Valley Roots Opens New Coffee House in Frenchtown

Frenchtown is now home to a shop where you can grab a hot cup of coffee and a fresh pastry. Grass Valley Roots at 903 N. 2nd Street, has now expanded their vintage finds shop to include this local coffee house. Community Uplifting In May 2018, owner Laura Henry opened the doors to Grass Valley…

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An Inside Look at Roses & Mint’s Newly-Opened Frenchtown Studio

The smell of fresh flowers fills the air as floral artists craft arrangements inside Roses & Mint Florals located at 810 N 2nd Street. The Roses & Mint team, led by owner Kira Mulvany, creates fine, custom floral designs for a variety of events and brides to be. In August 2019, their studio opened in…

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