Month: July 2016

Happy Hour – Tigin Irish Pub

Join us for for July’s happy hour at Tigin Irish Pub, 333 Washington Ave.

Our happy hours are open to all residents and businesses in downtown, and they’re an excellent way to meet your neighbors and build a stronger community.

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Taste of Downtown – Summer Series

This new summer series will highlight the many restaurants in our neighborhood, add vibrancy to our streets, and bring people together to celebrate Downtown St. Louis. There will be small bites available for purchase from local restaurants, local craft beer and other beverages, and live music from Curt Copeland and Friends.

The first event will be held on July 23 from 4-8pm in the pedestrian plaza in the MX District at the north west corner of 6th and Locust St.

Sponsored by:

Participating restaurants:

If you are interested in being a vendor or volunteering during the event, then contact:

Jared Opsal – 314-669-4534 or jared@saintlouisdna.org

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DNA Mobile App

Access information related to street closures, DNA news and events, building contacts, and more with the DNA Mobile App!

More updates coming soon including the ability to make requests for services (street light out, pot hole, etc.) and receive alerts for street closures and other events.

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Town Hall Meeting Agenda

Below is the agenda for our next town hall meeting on Monday, July 11 at 6pm in the Downtown Central Library.

  • Announcements from the Neighborhood
  • Updates from Aldermen
  • Update from Downtown STL, Inc.
  • Update from neighborhood police officers
  • Presentation from St. Louis Strong
  • Presentation from the Downtown YMCA
  • Updates from DNA Committees

The after-meeting rendezvous will be at Lucas Park Grille.

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Ghost Signs

The work of our Arts Committee made the news recently as KMOV covered our interest in the ghost signs scattered throughout our neighborhood.

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Our intention is to canvas the neighborhood and identify as many ghost signs as possible. We will then identify which ones have high artistic merit, are easily visible by pedestrians and motorists, and ones we can receive permission from the building owners to restore.

Email us if you are interested in helping out.