September 18, 19 & 20, 2020
- Friday, September 13: 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. (no arts & crafts booths)
- Saturday, September 14: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Sunday, September 15: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Kirkwood Park, 111 S. Geyer Rd. Map It. 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 14. The parade begins at Kirkwood High School, goes east on Essex to Kirkwood Rd., south on Kirkwood Rd. to Argonne, west on Argonne, ending at the Kirkwood Community Center.
Party in the Park: This FREE event takes place the week before the Festival.
Schedule of Events and Entertainment: Schedule of Events, Festival Map, Detailed Festival Map will be available Summer 2020.
Folklife Festival Schedule: Re-enactments, entertainment, and food from another era. Folklife Artisans, Reenactors, Food and Entertainment information will be available Summer 2020.
Rotary Ramble: More information and registration go here.
Tennis Tournament: More information and registration will be available Summer 2020.
Vendor Booths: Arts & Crafts booths and Food/Game/Information Booths fill out the long list of fun activities every year at the Greentree Festival in Kirkwood Park. (No Arts & Crafts booths Friday night.)
Shuttle: Learn where to pick up the free shuttle and what hours it runs.
Committee: Thank you to the 2019 Greentree Festival Planning Committee!
The presenting sponsor for the 2019 Greentree Festival is Kirkwood Electric.
Greentree Entertainment sponsored by SSM Health St. Clare Hospital.
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.
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.
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.