Friday, October 30, 2009

Calendar of Events

Month of November
Native American Heritage Month
St. Charles Community College celebrates Native American Heritage Month Festivities with concerts, documentary films, panel discussions, and a luncheon event, “The True Story of the First Thanksgiving.
For schedule, go to
Or call 636-922-8544 FREE

Wednesday, November 4
Medicare Update 2010
10-11 a.m.
Progress West HealthCare Center Community Room
CLAIM is a Medicare and insurance counseling program that provides free confidential and unbiased counseling. Learn changes in Medicare for 2010, how to access services, Medicare Part D. To register, call 636-344-2273.

Tuesday, November 10
Back In Time: Explore History
St. Charles :Les Petites Cotes
7 p.m.
Kathryn Linnemann Branch, St. Charles City-County Library Don and Dianna Graveman will discuss and sign their new book. In 1769, French Canadian fur trader Louis Blanchette built a cabin on the Missouri River in what is today St. Charles. He called the settlement Les Petites CĂ´tes, or the little hills. Today St. Charles hosts many annual events to celebrate its history and transport visitors to the past.

Wednesday, November 11
Veterans Day Memorial Service
11:00 AM
At the Veterans' Memorial at Bishops Landing along the riverfront.

Wednesday, November 11
McClay Branch, St. Charles City-County Library
10:00-2:00 p.m. Honor the veterans who have served or are serving in our Armed Forces. Make a thank-you card for a veteran and enjoy coffee and doughnuts. Supported by the Friends of the Library.

November 27-December 26
St. Charles Christmas Traditions
Historic South Main Street
Opening ceremonies at 11 a.m. at the Gazebo at 400 S. Main Street (Kister Park) with Santa’s arrival and hanging of the greens.

Holiday festivities include Santa Parade every Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p.m., carolers, special shop hours, ice skating, fife and drum corps, carriage ride

November 27-December 30
Celebration of Lights
Fort Zumwalt Park, O’Fallon
Hours: Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday 6:30pm-9pm & Friday and Saturday from 6:30pm-10pm
Holiday light display of more than 1 million lights and a 1-mile display of holiday scenes.

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