GREENTREE FESTIVAL: The 2018 Greentree Festival will take place on September 14, 15, and 16 in Kirkwood Park. The City and the Greentree Planning Committee would like to thank our Sponsors:

2018 Presenting Sponsor:
Kirkwood Electric


SSM Health St. Clare Hospital:  Entertainment Sponsor

Kirkwood Home & Landscape:  Entertainment Sponsor

Thrivent Financial:  Shuttle Sponsor

Kirkwood Water:  Shuttle Sponsor

Allen Brake Realty:  Parade Sponsor

Suntrup Ford:  Parade Sponsor

Vetta Sports:  Kids' Day Sponsor

Commerce Bank:  Arts and Crafts

Aberdeen Heights:  Folklife Sponsor

Fresh Thyme:  Folklife Sponsor

Stream Benefits Group:
Tennis Tournament Sponsor

 Great Southern Bank:
Party in the Park Sponsor

Waterway: Lost Child and
West Info Booth Sponsor

PJ's Tavern:  Parade Sponsor

Kiddie Academy:  Kids' Day Sponsor

Tropical Moose:  Kids' Day Sponsor

Zisser Tire: Teen Area Sponsor

Glendale Chrysler:  Car Show Sponsor

Combs Auto:
Main Info Booth Sponsor

Pet Supplies Plus:  Dog Show Sponsor

Planning Design Studio:  Dog Show Sponsor

Vetta Sports:  Kids' Day Sponsor




Kirkwood Greentree Festival: September 14, 15, and 16, 2018

Please Note: There will be NO Greentree Book Fair this year. Click here for information.

  • Hours:  
    •  Friday, September 14: 5:00 to 10:00 p.m.
    • Saturday, September 15: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, September 16:  10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Location:  Kirkwood Park, GPS Address:  111 S. Geyer Road, 63122. A festival map is under development and will be posted here later. 
  • Greentree Parade: The parade steps off at 10:00 a.m., Saturday morning, September 15.
  • Party in the Park: Learn all about this FREE event that takes place the week before the Festival - on Saturday, September 8, 2018. Family entertainment by the Bubble Bus. Read about it here (PDF)Thank you to our sponsor: Great Southern Bank.
  • Schedule of Events and Entertainment:  The schedule is now available.  Check back periodically as it may be updated. Download it here (click).
  • Folklife Festival Schedule:  The full schedule is not yet ready. Please check back. Thank you to our sponsors:  Aberdeen Heights and Fresh Thyme. 
  • Rotary Ramble:  September 22. Visit their website for details:  Sponsored by Kirkwood Electric and Spire.
  • Vendor Booths: The list of vendors is not yet finalized for 2018. Please check back. 
  • Shuttle:  Learn where to pick it the FREE shuttle and what hours it runs - click hereThank you to our Shuttle Sponsors:  Kirkwood Water and Thrivent Financial.
  • Committee:  Thank you to this year's Greentree Festival Planning Committee! (PDF)
  • Volunteer:  Sign up to Be a Volunteer! Fill out the registration form




Basic Rules for the Festival: The Greentree Festival is a pedestrian festival. We kindly ask that you refrain from using bicycles or roller blades in the park for the safety of all.  We love dogs, but dogs don’t always love crowds or loud noises. Please keep your pets and other festival goers safe by leaving your dogs at home, except for service animals and for those dogs entered in the Friday night Kids' Dog Show and Friskies Canine Frisbee competition. 

ADA Information:  If you need accessible parking, ask the police in the parking lot next to the tennis courts to direct you to the designated area. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you require special accommodations to participate in or attend the Greentree Festival, please call the Kirkwood Community Center at 314-822-5855 at least five business days prior to the festival. Loaner wheelchairs will be available at both Greentree Information Booths, located at the intersection of the main crosswalks, just west of the park concession stand.

Grentree History:  Click here to read about the history of the festival (pdf).

Greentree Mission Statement:  The mission of the Greentree Festival is to provide an annual event for Kirkwood-area residents, to enhance community spirit, and to showcase the volunteer involvement of residents and their nonprofit organizations. The Festival provides entertaining and educational activities that reflect the community's traditional values, that appeal to all ages, and that encourage Kirkwood-area residents to congregate, interact, and celebrate.