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Summer 2015 Picnic Reservations:

Residents of Kirkwood: 1st working day of November. Non-Residents: 1st working day of February.

 

 

 


 

 

The historic Couch-Heinzelmann building on the corner of Argonne and Clay is shown here during its renovation, which was accomplished using tax credits for historic preservation, a process made possible after the downtown Kirkwood business district was selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places.  Original architectural detail was preserved in preparation for the opening of its new retail occupant, Clay and Cotton, in July 2010.

Photo Above: The historic Couch-Heinzelmann building on the corner of Argonne and Clay is shown here during its renovation, which was accomplished using tax credits for historic preservation, a process made possible after the downtown Kirkwood business district was selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. Original architectural detail was preserved in preparation for the opening of its new retail occupant, Clay and Cotton, in July 2010.

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Downtown Special Business District The Downtown Kirkwood Special Business District is home to restaurants, shops, the historic Kirkwood Train Station, and the Farmers’ Market. Need to buy a gift but you’re not sure what to get? How about a Downtown Kirkwood Gift Certificate? Our gift certificates are accepted at most Downtown Kirkwood stores and restaurants and make great gifts for teachers, scout leaders, and coaches. To purchase a gift certificate, call 314-822-0084, or visit our office at 130 E. Jefferson, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Please call first to make sure we have not stepped out.) Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted.  For more information about our gift certificates, our members, or upcoming events, please visit our Website at: www.downtownkirkwood.com.

The Kirkwood Des Peres Chamber of Commerce Why join the Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce?
Because we have a vibrant Chamber membership that enjoys supporting one another and because the top 41% of area businesses are already members! A recent article in the Wall Street Journal said it best: “Joining [your local] Chamber can provide a big boost to business. Chamber membership will help you get involved in the community, network with other business owners, and find customers. The support and contacts you make at Chamber meetings will help to grow your business. Join the Chamber as soon as you open your doors, and get involved. You’ll be glad you did!”  For more information about the Chamber, please visit our Website at:  www.kirkwooddesperes.com.

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